[ bee-skawt-taw; English bih-skot-oh ]
/ biˈskɔt tɔ; English bɪˈskɒt oʊ /
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noun, plural bis·cot·ti [bee-skawt-tee; English bih-skot-ee]. /biˈskɔt ti; English bɪˈskɒt i/. Italian.
a cookie or cracker.
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