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florentine

Pronunciation: /ˈflɑːrəntiːn/, /ˈflɒrəntiːn/

noun

  • (galleta de frutos secos cubierta de chocolate)
    Example sentences
    • While Lippi was completing the Strozzi commission, Florentines were listening to Savonarola inveighing against the deceitful seductions of modern painters.
    • She also had a square of home-baked Florentine.
    • I decided to do more of a florentine cookie, but stick with the cream.

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Florentine
American English: /ˈflɔrəntin/
British English: /ˈflɒr(ə)ntʌɪn/

adjective

  • Example sentences
    • Not only do the voices in the journal bear no mark of an illiterate 16 th-century shepherd or 15 th-century Florentine teenager; they do not even sound like the voice of an early 20 th-century art historian.
    • It was a gift in 1716 from the Prussian royal house to Russia, where it was later enhanced by four priceless Florentine mosaics - and it aroused the greed of the Wehrmacht during the Second World War.
    • Dan Hill was intrigued by a sentence in Hammersley's Florentine adventures: ‘There are eight storey apartment blocks built in 1250!’

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