[sahr-toh; Italian sahr-taw]
An·dre·a del [ahn-drey-uh del; Italian ahn-dre-ah del] /ɑnˈdreɪ ə dɛl; Italian ɑnˈdrɛ ɑ dɛl/. Andrea del Sarto.
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Historical Examples of sarto
It was almost as bad as one of your football tussles, Sarto laughed.
I should like to have Sarto and Maffio, if you can spare them; as to the other three I leave it to you entirely.
Sarto asked, in some surprise at the tone in which Frank spoke.
But you dont think, you cant think, Percival—— Sarto said, in a tone of horror.
Frank was silent, and Sarto added, Do you not think so, Percival?
British Dictionary definitions for sarto
Andrea del (anˈdrɛːa del). 1486–1531, Florentine painter. His works include The Nativity of the Virgin (1514) in the church of Sant' Annunziata, Florence
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