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rebato

Line breaks: re¦bato
Pronunciation: /rəˈbɑːtəʊ/

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(also rabato)

Definition of rebato in English:

noun (plural rebatos)

historical
A large, stiff collar, fashionable from the late 16th to the mid 17th centuries, typically trimmed with lace.

Origin

late 16th century: from French rabat 'collar' + the Italian suffix -ato.

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