a small child or baby.
an image of the infant Jesus.
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How to use bambino in a sentence
Boston was on the cusp, finally, of winning its first World Series since 1918, forever shedding the Curse of the bambino.'I Think He Stands Alone.' Remembering a Perfect Vin Scully Call | Sean Gregory | August 3, 2022 | Time
And besides, this bambino never had any clothes, and so far as I know never wanted any.Fifty Contemporary One-Act Plays | Various
The Sacred bambino is not your serving Cavalier, that you should wish to cover him with silk and velvet.Fifty Contemporary One-Act Plays | Various
In the streets and in the shops hundreds of children gaze longingly and lovingly at the bebe or bambino in Italian.Ways of War and Peace | Delia Austrian
She goes down on her knees and holds the baby up, and tells me it ain't for her sake she's asking this—it's for the bambino.The Escape of Mr. Trimm | Irvin S. Cobb
Consequently his lordship remained at Calais in the charge of his faithful valet, bambino.Jack Harkaway in New York | Bracebridge Hemyng
British Dictionary definitions for bambino
informal a young child, esp an Italian one
a representation of the infant Jesus
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