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uk   /ɪt.ə.ləʊ-/ /ɪ.tæl.əʊ-/ us   /ɪt̬.ə.loʊ-/ /ɪ.tæl.oʊ-/
of or connected with Italy: an Italo-German production
(Definition of Italo- from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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in Chinese (Simplified) 意大利的…
in Chinese (Traditional) 義大利的…
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