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Gor·ba·chev(gôr′bə-chôf′, -chŏf′, gər-bə-chôf′), Mikhail Sergeyevich Born 1931.
Soviet politician who was general secretary of the Communist party from 1985 to 1991 and president of the USSR from 1989 to 1991, ushering in an era of unprecedented glasnost and perestroika. He won the 1990 Nobel Peace Prize.
(Biography) Mikhail Sergeevich (mixaˈil sirˈɡjejivitʃ). born 1931, Soviet statesman; general secretary of the Soviet Communist Party (1985–91): president (1988–91). Nobel peace prize 1990. His reforms ended the Communist monopoly of power and led to the break-up of the Soviet Union
Gor•ba•chev(ˈgɔr bəˌtʃɔf, -ˌtʃɒf, ˌgɔr bəˈtʃɔf, -ˈtʃɒf)
Mikhail S(ergeyevich), born 1931, president of the Soviet Union 1988–91: Nobel peace prize 1990.