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Mastroianni

[ mahs-troi-ah-nee, -traw-yah-nee ]
/ ˌmɑs trɔɪˈɑ ni, -trɔˈyɑ ni /
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noun
Marcello, 1924–96, Italian actor.
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British Dictionary definitions for Mastroianni

Mastroianni
/ (ˈmæstrɔɪˈjɑːnɪ) /

noun
Marcello (mɑːˈtʃɛləʊ). 1924–96, Italian film actor; his films include Le notti bianche (1957), La dolce vita (1960), Ginger and Fred (1985), and Prêt à Porter (1995)
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