Busto Arsizio

[ boo-stoh ahr-seet-see-oh; Italian boo-staw ahr-see-tsyaw ]
/ ˈbu stoʊ ɑrˈsit si oʊ; Italian ˈbu stɔ ɑrˈsi tsyɔ /
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a city in Lombardy, N Italy.
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How to use Busto Arsizio in a sentence

  • Alone in our room at night, we make lint and bandages which Father Busto also takes secretly, as if they were stolen goods.

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  • Carolus hoc busto Burgundæ gloria gentis, Conditur, Europæ qui fuit ante timor.

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  • I remembered Father Mateo del Busto, and with some others went to help him.

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  • La prima inclin su hermoso busto inerte sobre el pecho del primo.

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