Entry from British & World English dictionary
noun (plural principi /ˈprɪntʃɪpi/)
(In Italy) a prince: [as title]: the Principe di Savognia
More example sentences
- Despite his maverick streak, Vialli was something of a principe di calcio, a prince of football.
Italian, from Latin princeps, princip- 'first, chief' (see prince).
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