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panchetto

[ pan-chet-oh; Italian pahn-ket-taw ]
/ pænˈtʃɛt oʊ; Italian pɑnˈkɛt tɔ /
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noun, plural pan·chet·tos, Italian pan·chet·ti [pahn-ket-tee]. /pɑnˈkɛt ti/. Italian Furniture.
a Renaissance chair having three splayed legs and a shaped back joined into a solid wooden seat.
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Origin of panchetto

<Italian: stool
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