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Die·trich

 (dē′trĭk, -trĭKH), Marlene 1901-1992.
German-born American actress and singer whose first internationally famous role was the sultry-voiced cabaret performer in The Blue Angel (1930).

Dietrich

(German ˈdiːtrɪç)
n
(Biography) Marlene (marˈleːnə), real name Maria Magdalene von Losch. 1901–92, US film actress and cabaret singer, born in Germany

Die•trich

(ˈdi trɪk, -trɪx)

n.
Marlene, 1904–92, U.S. actress and singer, born in Germany.
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Noun1.Dietrich - United States film actress (born in Germany) who made many films with Josef von Sternberg and later was a successful cabaret star (1901-1992)Dietrich - United States film actress (born in Germany) who made many films with Josef von Sternberg and later was a successful cabaret star (1901-1992)
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