Definition of Macdonald, Sir John Alexander in English:

Macdonald, Sir John Alexander

proper noun

  • (1815–91), Canadian Liberal-Conservative statesman, born in Scotland; prime minister 1867–73 and 1878–91. He played a leading role in the confederation of the Canadian provinces and was appointed the first prime minister of the Dominion of Canada.

Pronunciation:

Macdonald, Sir John Alexander

/məkˈdänəld/