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EtymologyEdit

From Italian confetti, plural of confetto (confection), reinterpreted as a singular (compare espagueti).

NounEdit

confeti m (plural confetis)

  1. confetti
    • 2012 January 1, “Unha tonelada de confeti en Times Square”, in CRTVG[1]:

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EtymologyEdit

From Italian confetti, plural of confetto (confection), reinterpreted as a singular (compare espagueti).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /konˈfeti/, [kõɱˈfet̪i]

NounEdit

confeti m (plural confetis)

  1. confetti
    • 2015 July 27, Joan Faus, “México gana la Copa Oro superando con contundencia a Jamaica”, in El País[2]:
      A los pocos segundos, al levantar Guardado el trofeo, se desató una lluvia de confeti amarillo y fuegos artificiales.
      A few seconds later, as Guardado lifted the trophy, a shower of yellow confetti and fireworks was let loose.

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