battuto

[ buh-too-toh ]
/ bəˈtu toʊ /

noun, plural bat·tu·tos.Italian Cooking.

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Origin of battuto

<Italian; masculine of battuta
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British Dictionary definitions for battuto

battuto
/ (bəˈtuːtəʊ ) /

noun

a selection of chopped herbs, used in Italian cookery

Word Origin for battuto

Italian, past participle of battere to beat
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