noun, plural pa·pa·raz·zi [pah-puh-raht-see; Italian pah-pah-raht-tsee] /ˌpɑ pəˈrɑt si; Italian ˌpɑ pɑˈrɑt tsi/.
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Paparazzo was, in fact, the name of a photographer in his film.Exposed: Paparazzi vs. the Stars Over the Past 50 Years|Sarah Moroz|February 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
When the paparazzo pestered him again, asking, “So he could do without the Grammys?”Justin Bieber Freaks Out Over Grammys, Feuds With the Black Keys|Marlow Stern|February 13, 2013|DAILY BEAST
“We called him BK Boy and he gets upset,” says a New York City paparazzo who frequently stalks the couple.Anne Hathaway's New Fiancé, Adam Shulman, a Mystery Man|Diane Herbst|December 6, 2011|DAILY BEAST
The paparazzo ruffled and out a functioning camera, then threatened Madoff Mack with a lawsuit.
Shockingly the film also contains a paparazzo picture of Diana dying.Princess Diana’s 50th Birthday: The ‘Unanswered Questions’|Martyn Gregory|July 1, 2011|DAILY BEAST
British Dictionary definitions for paparazzo
noun plural -razzi (-ˈrætsiː)
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