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palazzo

[ puh-laht-soh; Italian pah-laht-tsaw ]
/ pəˈlɑt soʊ; Italian pɑˈlɑt tsɔ /
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noun, plural pa·laz·zi [puh-laht-see; Italian pah-laht-tsee]. /pəˈlɑt si; Italian pɑˈlɑt tsi/.
an impressive public building or private residence; palace.
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Origin of palazzo

<Italian: literally, palace
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