[pav-uh-rot-ee; Italian pah-vah-rawt-tee] /ˌpæv əˈrɒt i; Italian ˌpɑ vɑˈrɔt ti/
[loo-chee-ah-noh;; Italian loo-chah-naw] /ˌlu tʃiˈɑ noʊ;; Italian luˈtʃɑ nɔ/ (Show IPA), 1935–2007, Italian operatic tenor.
Luciano 1935–2007, Italian operatic tenor, specializing in works by Verdi and Puccini
[peyv] /peɪv/ verb (used with object), paved, paving. 1. to cover or lay (a road, walk, etc.) with concrete, stones, bricks, tiles, wood, or the like, so as to make a firm, level surface. noun 2. Southern Louisiana. a paved road. Idioms 3. pave the way to / for, to prepare for and facilitate the […]
[puh-vey, pav-ey; French pa-vey] /pəˈveɪ, ˈpæv eɪ; French paˈveɪ/ noun, plural pavés [puh-veyz, pav-eyz; French pa-vey] /pəˈveɪz, ˈpæv eɪz; French paˈveɪ/ (Show IPA) 1. a pavement. 2. Jewelry. a setting of stones placed close together so as to show no metal between them. adverb 3. Jewelry. in the manner of a pavé; as a pavé: […]
- Pavel Petrovich
[Russian pah-vyil pyi-traw-vyich] /Russian ˈpɑ vyɪl pyɪˈtrɔ vyɪtʃ/ noun 1. (def 2).
[peyv-muh nt] /ˈpeɪv mənt/ noun 1. a road, highway, etc. 2. a surface, ground covering, or floor. 3. a material used for . 4. Atlantic States and British. . Idioms 5. pound the pavement, Informal. to walk the streets in order to accomplish something: If you’re going to find work you’d better start pounding the […]