adjective Italian Cookery.
Examples from the Web for cacciatore
He wrote down several others he found on the bill of fare, such as “cacciatore.”
Posting them to YouTube is a new—and unusual—normal, and one that “we may have created ourselves,” Cacciatore says.
“These babies, much loved and wanted, have been historically marginalized,” Cacciatore says.
This is the old Cacciatore seismometer which has been long employed in Italy.The Eruption of Vesuvius in 1872|Luigi Palmieri
About ten o'clock appear Il Cacciatore's two dogs, mother and son.Vagaries|Axel Munthe
British Dictionary definitions for cacciatore
Word Origin for cacciatore
Word Origin and History for cacciatore
by 1973, from Italian, literally "hunter," from past participle of cacciare "to hunt, chase" (see chase (v.)).