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conservatoire

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noun con·ser·va·toire \kən-ˈsər-və-ˌtwär\

Definition of conservatoire



Origin and Etymology of conservatoire

French, from Italian conservatorio


First Known Use: 1832

Rhymes with conservatoire

binary star, budgerigar, Doppler radar, goût de terroir, Hubli-Dharwar, juniper tar, kala-azar, Kathiawar, Madagascar, multiple star, proseminar, radio car, radio star, Viña del Mar


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