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duello

Line breaks: du¦ello
Pronunciation: /djuːˈɛləʊ/

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Definition of duello in English:

noun

(plural duellos) historical (the duello)
1The custom of duelling or the established code governing duellists: the laws of the duello as laid down in every civilized country
1.1A duel: none shall fight duellos here

Origin

late 16th century: Italian, 'duel'.

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