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English definition of “rosette”

rosette

noun [C] uk   /rəʊˈzet/ us    /roʊ-/
a flower-shaped decorative object cut into wood or stone, or one made of ribbon (= narrow cloth strips) worn as a sign that you support a particular team or political party or that you have won a race, etc.: The winning horse had a rosette fastened to its bridle.
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