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Translation of "art" - English-Italian dictionary

art

noun   /ɑːt/
A2 [no plural] the making of things such as paintings or drawings, or the things that are made arte modern art an art gallery
the arts [plural]
activities such as painting, music, movies, dance, and writing le materie artistiche/letterarie
arts [plural]
subjects of study that are not sciences, for example history and languages materie umanistiche an arts degree
a skill arte the art of conversation
(Definition of art from the Cambridge English-Italian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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