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improvisatore

noun im·pro·vi·sa·to·re \(ˌ)im-ˌprä-və-zə-ˈtr-ē, ˌim-prə-ˌvē-zə-\
plural im·pro·vi·sa·to·ri\-ˈtr-ē\ or im·pro·vi·sa·tores

Definition of IMPROVISATORE

:  one that improvises (as verse) usually extemporaneously

Origin of IMPROVISATORE

Italian improvvisatore, from improvvisare
First Known Use: 1765

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