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EtymologyEdit

A borrowing from Italian.

NounEdit

gelati ‎(usually uncountable, plural gelati)

  1. (Australia, countable, uncountable) Italian-style ice-cream; a serving of gelati, often in a cone.
    • 1988, Frank Moorhouse (editor), Fictions 88, ABC Enterprises for the Australian Broadcast Corp., page 64,
      Out in Fitzroy Street, the Saturday afternoon crowds strolled the wide footpaths, licking gelati.
    • 1993, University of Western Australia, Westerly, Volumes 38-39, page 37,
      Gelati. Gelati. Limone, Strawberry, Chocolaty! shouts the Gelati man from the south of his face.
    • 2008, Catherine McKinnon, The Nearly Happy Family, unnumbered page,
      ‘Would you kids like some gelati?’ Lucia asked. [] At home we usually had Peter′s Rainbow, but we′d had gelati heaps of times at Flash, the gelati shop in Hindley Street.

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gelati m

  1. plural of gelato

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gelati m

  1. plural of gelato

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