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libretto

[ li-bret-oh ]
/ lɪˈbrɛt oʊ /
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noun, plural li·bret·tos, li·bret·ti [li-bret-ee]. /lɪˈbrɛt i/.
the text or words of an opera or similar extended musical composition.
a book or booklet containing such a text.
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Origin of libretto

1735–45; <Italian, diminutive of libro book <Latin liber;see -et
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British Dictionary definitions for libretto

libretto
/ (lɪˈbrɛtəʊ) /

noun plural -tos or -ti (-tiː)
a text written for and set to music in an opera, etc

Word Origin for libretto

C18: from Italian, diminutive of libro book
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