improvisatore

noun
im·​pro·​vi·​sa·​to·​re | \ (ˌ)im-ˌprä-və-zə-ˈtȯr-ē How to pronounce improvisatore (audio) , ˌim-prə-ˌvē-zə-\
plural improvisatori\ (ˌ)im-​ˌprä-​və-​zə-​ˈtȯr-​ē How to pronounce improvisatori (audio) , ˌim-​prə-​ˌvē-​zə-​ \ or improvisatores

Definition of improvisatore

: one that improvises something (such as verse) usually extemporaneously

First Known Use of improvisatore

1765, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for improvisatore

Italian improvvisatore, from improvvisare

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