Fledermaus



[German dee fley-duh r-mous; English dee fley-der-mous] /German di ˈfleɪ dərˌmaʊs; English di ˈfleɪ dərˌmaʊs/

noun
1.
an opera (1874) by Johann Strauss, Jr.

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