San Martín


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San Mar·tín

 (săn mär-tēn′, sän), José de 1778-1850.
Argentine revolutionary leader who played a major part in expelling the Spanish from Chile (1818) and Peru (1821).
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San Martín

(Spanish san marˈtin)
n
(Biography) José de (xoˈse de). 1778–1850, South American patriot, who played an important part in gaining independence for Argentina, Chile, and Peru. He was protector of Peru (1821–22)
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San Mar•tín

(ˌsæn mɑrˈtin)
n.
José de, 1778–1850, South American general and statesman.
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