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E·co

 (ĕ′kō), Umberto 1932-2016.
Italian writer best known for his novels, including The Name of the Rose (1980). He also wrote extensively on semiotics and British and American popular culture.
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eco

(ˈiːkəʊ)
n
a. short for ecology
b. (as modifier): an eco group.

Eco

(ˈɛkəʊ)
n
(Biography) Umberto. born 1932, Italian semiologist and writer. His novels include The Name of the Rose (1981) and Foucault's Pendulum (1988)
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Translations

eco

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ecosphere
nÖkosphäre f
ecosystem
nÖkosystem nt
ecotourism
nÖkotourismus m
eco-warrior
n (inf)Ökokämpfer(in) m(f)
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References in periodicals archive ?
ECO, Umberto (1975): Apocalipticos e integrados ante la cultura de masas.
Eco, Umberto. "The Author and his Interpreters," The Modern World (1996), http://www.themodernword.com/eco/eco_author.html (Accessed February 23, 2010).
(2.) Eco, Umberto (1993), "On Semiotics and Pragmatism," interview by Chong-Min Hong, David Lurie and Jiro Tanaka, The Harvard Review of Philosophy Spring: 14-17.