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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishPoloniusPo‧lo‧ni‧us /pəˈləʊniəs/  an old man who is the father of ophelia and Laertes in the play Hamlet by William shakespeare. Hamlet accidentally kills Polonius when Polonius is hiding behind the ‘arras’ (=a sort of thick curtain).
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