Definition of Reynolds, Albert in English:

Reynolds, Albert

proper noun

  • (1933–2014), Irish Fianna Fáil statesman, Taoiseach (prime minister) 1992–4. He was involved with John Major in drafting the ‘Downing Street Declaration’ (1993), intended as the basis of a peace initiative in Northern Ireland.

Pronunciation:

Reynolds, Albert

/ˈrɛn(ə)ldz/