Entry from British & World English dictionary
noun (plural scudetti /skuːˈdɛti/)
- He left behind the violet shirt of Fiorentina for the challenge of winning the scudetto.
- There are all the necessary elements here for us not to fail in pursuit of the scudetto.
- They had a president who was willing to spend billions of lire on winning the scudetto.
Italian, 'badge, little shield', from the shield-shaped emblem worn on the shirts of the winning team.
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