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Noun maginot has 1 sense
  1. Maginot, Andre Maginot - French politician who proposed the Maginot Line (1877-1932)
    --1 is a kind of politician, politico, pol, political leader

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Term: Maginot

Part of Speech: Noun

Sense 1: (popular) Referring to the Maginot Line, a series of fortifications built by France in the 1930s as a defense against potential German aggression. Sample Sentence: The Maginot Line, although an impressive feat of engineering, ultimately proved ineffective against the German blitzkrieg during World War II. Related Products: - Maginot Line Books - World War II History

Part of Speech: Adjective

Sense 1: (popular) Describing something that resembles the defensive strategy employed by the Maginot Line - a strong but easily bypassed defense. Sample Sentence: The company's maginot approach to cybersecurity left them vulnerable to new and sophisticated attacks. Sense 2: (local) Pertaining to the commune of Maginot in the Hautes-Pyrénées department, France. Sample Sentence: The Maginot market is known for its locally grown fruits and vegetables. Related Products: - French Travel Guide

Part of Speech: Verb

Sense 1: (popular) The act of relying excessively on a single defensive measure without considering alternative strategies. Sample Sentence: It is crucial not to maginot our security measures by solely relying on firewalls, as hackers are constantly finding new vulnerabilities. Related Products: - Cybersecurity Books
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