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Caruso

[ kuh-roo-soh; Italian kah-roo-zaw ]
/ kəˈru soʊ; Italian kɑˈru zɔ /
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noun
En·ri·co [en-ree-koh; Italian en-ree-kaw], /ɛnˈri koʊ; Italian ɛnˈri kɔ/, 1873–1921, Italian operatic tenor.
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Caruso
/ (Italian kaˈruːso) /

noun
Enrico (enˈriːko). 1873–1921, an outstanding Italian operatic tenor; one of the first to make gramophone records
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