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paparazzi

noun [plural] uk   /ˌpæp.ərˈæt.si/ us    /ˌpɑː.pɑːˈrɑːt.si/
the photographers who follow famous people everywhere they go in order to take photographs of them for newspapers and magazines
Translations of “paparazzi”
in Chinese (Traditional) 追蹤名流的攝影記者,狗仔隊…
in Russian папарацци…
in Turkish paparazzi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 追踪名流的摄影记者,狗仔队…
in Polish paparazzi…
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