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Tru·deau

 (tro͞o-dō′, tro͞o′dō′), Justin Pierre James Born 1971.
Canadian politician who assumed the office of prime minister in 2015.

Tru·deau

 (tro͞o-dō′, tro͞o′dō′), Pierre Elliott 1919-2000.
Canadian prime minister (1968-1979 and 1980-1984) whose administration was marked by efforts to contain the French separatist movement in Quebec and by the Canada Act of 1982, which granted Canada full independence from the United Kingdom.
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Trudeau

(truːˈdəʊ)
n
(Biography) Pierre Elliott. 1919–2000, Canadian statesman; Liberal prime minister (1968–79; 1980–84)
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Tru•deau

(truˈdoʊ)
n.
Pierre Elliott, 1919–2000, Canadian political leader: prime minister 1968–79 and 1980–84.
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