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arbiter elegantiae

[ ahr-bi-ter -ey-le-gahn-tee-ahy; English ahr-bi-ter -el-uh-gan-shee-ee ]
/ ˈɑr bɪˌtɛr ˌeɪ lɛˈgɑn tiˌaɪ; English ˈɑr bɪ tər ˌɛl əˈgæn ʃiˌi /
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noun Latin.
a judge of elegance or matters of taste.
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Also ar·bi·ter e·le·gan·ti·a·rum [ahr-bi-ter -ey-le-gahn-tee-ah-room; English ahr-bi-ter -el-uh-gan-shee-air-uhm]. /ˈɑr bɪˌtɛr ˌeɪ lɛˌgɑn tiˈɑ rʊm; English ˈɑr bɪ tər ˌɛl əˌgæn ʃiˈɛər əm/.

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