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book

noun
 
/bʊk/
A1 a written text that can be published in printed or electronic form
libro
I’ve just read a really good book. Open your books at page 154.
A1 a set of pages fastened together in a cover
libro, quaderno
an address book
(Definition of book noun from the Cambridge English-Italian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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