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basso-relievo

[ bas-oh-ri-lee-voh ]
/ ˈbæs oʊ rɪˈli voʊ /
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noun, plural bas·so-re·lie·vos.
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Origin of basso-relievo

First recorded in 1660–70, basso-relievo is from Italian basso rilievo “low relief”
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