[ prah-taw ]
/ ˈprɑ tɔ /
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a city in central Italy, near Florence.
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Also called Pra·to in To·sca·na [prah-taw een taw-skah-nah]. /ˈprɑ tɔ in tɔˈskɑ nɑ/.
Words nearby Prato
prate, pratfall, pratincole, pratincolous, pratique, Prato, Pratt, prattle, Prattville, pratyahara, Pratyeka
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How to use Prato in a sentence
But in truth Prato is the child of Florence, a rosy child among the flowers—in the country, too, as children should be.
He spent some months in Prato with his friend Fra Diamante, who had been his companion in novitiate.
In 1312 he commenced the rebuilding of the cathedral at Prato.A History of Art for Beginners and Students|Clara Erskine Clement
Prato, a near neighbour of Pistoja on the road to Florence, is also a fine relic of an old walled Tuscan town.Italian Highways and Byways from a Motor Car|Francis Miltoun
The year following, the people of Prato, in the Diocese of Pistoia, arose in arms against the tyrannical bishop.The War Upon Religion|Rev. Francis A. Cunningham
British Dictionary definitions for Prato
/ (Italian ˈpraːto) /
a walled city in central Italy, in Tuscany: woollen industry. Pop: 172 499 (2001)Official name: Prato in Toscana (in tosˈkaːna)
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