conoscenti

[ koh-nuh-shen-tee, kon-uh-; Italian kaw-naw-shen-tee ]
/ ˌkoʊ nəˈʃɛn ti, ˌkɒn ə-; Italian ˌkɔ nɔˈʃɛn ti /

plural noun, singular co·no·scen·te [koh-nuh-shen-tee; Italian kaw-naw-shen-te]. /ˌkoʊ nəˈʃɛn ti; Italian ˌkɔ nɔˈʃɛn tɛ/.

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Origin of conoscenti

First recorded in 1760–70
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British Dictionary definitions for conoscenti

conoscenti
/ (ˌkɒnəʊˈʃɛntɪ) /

pl n singular -te (-tiː)

a variant spelling of cognoscenti
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