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divertimento

noun di·ver·ti·men·to \di-ˌvər-tə-ˈmen-(ˌ)tō, -ˌver-\
plural di·ver·ti·men·ti\-ˈmen-(ˌ)tē\ or di·ver·ti·mentos

Definition of DIVERTIMENTO

1
:  an instrumental chamber work in several movements usually light in character

Origin of DIVERTIMENTO

Italian, literally, diversion, from divertire to divert, amuse, from Latin divertere
First Known Use: 1823

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