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cassapanca

[ kas-uh-pang-kuh ]
/ ˌkæs əˈpæŋ kə /
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noun
a carved bench of the Italian Renaissance, the seat of which is used as a chest.
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Origin of cassapanca

<Italian, equivalent to cassa box, chest (see case2) + panca, variant of banca bench; see bank2
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