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Lampedusa

[ lam-pi-doo-suh, -zuh; Italian lahm-pe-doo-zah ]
/ ˌlæm pɪˈdu sə, -zə; Italian ˌlɑm pɛˈdu zɑ /
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noun
Giu·sep·pe (To·ma·si) di [joo-zep-pe taw-mah-zee-dee], /dʒuˈzɛp pɛ tɔˈmɑ zi di/, 1896–1957, Italian novelist.
an island in the Mediterranean, between Tunisia and Malta: belonging to Italy.
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British Dictionary definitions for Lampedusa (1 of 2)

Lampedusa1
/ (ˌlæmpɪˈdjuːzə) /

noun
an island in the Mediterranean, between Malta and Tunisia. Area: about 21 sq km (8 sq miles)

British Dictionary definitions for Lampedusa (2 of 2)

Lampedusa2
/ (ˌlæmpɪˈdjuːzə) /

noun
Giuseppe Tomasi di. 1896–1957, Italian novelist: author of the historical novel The Leopard (1958)
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