Mona Lisa

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Mona Lisa

(ˈməʊnə ˈliːzə)
n
(Art Terms) a portrait of a young woman painted by Leonardo da Vinci, admired for her enigmatic smile. Also called: La Gioconda
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Mona Lisa

[ˈməʊnəˈliːzə] N the Mona Lisala Gioconda, la Mona Lisa
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