Definition of Macaulay, Thomas Babington in English:

Macaulay, Thomas Babington

proper noun

  • 1st Baron (1800–59), English historian, essayist, and philanthropist. He was a civil servant in India, where he established a system of education and a new criminal code, before returning to Britain and devoting himself to literature and politics. Notable works: The Lays of Ancient Rome (1842) and History of England (1849–61).

Pronunciation

Macaulay, Thomas Babington

/məˈkɔːli/