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grot·to

 (grŏt′ō)
n. pl. grot·toes or grot·tos
1. A small cave or cavern.
2. An artificial structure or excavation made to resemble a cave or cavern.

[Alteration of Italian grotta, from Vulgar Latin *grupta, from Latin crypta, vault; see crypt.]
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grotto

(ˈɡrɒtəʊ)
n, pl -toes or -tos
1. (Physical Geography) a small cave, esp one with attractive features
2. (Architecture) a construction in the form of a cave, esp as in landscaped gardens during the 18th century
[C17: from Old Italian grotta, from Late Latin crypta vault; see crypt]
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grot•to

(ˈgrɒt oʊ)

n., pl. -toes, -tos.
1. a cave or cavern.
2. an artificial cavernlike recess or structure.
[1610–20; < Italian grotta « Latin crypta subterranean passage, chamber. See crypt]
grot′toed, adj.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.grotto - a small cave (usually with attractive features)grotto - a small cave (usually with attractive features)
cave - a geological formation consisting of an underground enclosure with access from the surface of the ground or from the sea
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grotto

noun cave, tunnel, hollow, cavern, underground chamber Water trickles through an underground grotto.
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grotto

noun
A hollow beneath the earth's surface:
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Translations
grottajeskyňka
grotte
luola
caverna

grotto

[ˈgrɒtəʊ] N (grottos or grottoes (pl)) → gruta f
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grotto

[ˈgrɒtəʊ] ngrotte f
Santa's grotto → grotte du père Noël
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grotto

n pl <-(e)s> → Grotte f, → Höhle f; fairy grottoMärchenhöhle f; Santa’s grotto Raum, in dem der Weihnachtsmann in Kaufhäusern etc auftritt
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grotto

[ˈgrɒtəʊ] ngrotta
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When examining job advertisements in relation to the Standards for Proficiencies for Instruction Librarians and Coordinators by the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL), Gold and Grotti (2013) found that job descriptions advertised were not always reflective of the standards and were not isolated to school libraries.
Ademas, una forma de <<creatividad>> (Brightman, Fausto y Grotti, 2016: 11)--aqui, exaltada en la particular arquitectura de este templo--aparece como intrinsecamente ligada a la constitucion de un lugar (Incahuasi) y a la apropiacion de sus tierras.
(22) Marc Brightman, Vanessa Elisa Grotti and Olga Ulturgasheva, Animism in rainforest and tundra: Personhood, animals, plants and things in contemporary Amazonia and Siberia (New York: Berghahn, 2014); Graham Harvey, Animism: Respecting the living world (New York: Columbia University Press, 2006).
EU BORDER CARE is the acronym for a 5-year research project funded by an ERC Starting Grant (2015-2020) (Grotti, 2017).
In the light of this discussion, which addresses Marc Brightman, Carlos Fausto and Vanessa Grotti's recent anthology on Amerindian forms of ownership, Pedro de Niemeyer Cesarino's study among the Marubo, and Eduardo Viveiros de Castro's observations about poeisis (production) and praxis (action) in Indigenous Amazonia, my goal is to facilitate and refine the conversation between literary theory and Amerindian poetics.
(77) Leone Grotti, "'Presto arriveremo a Roma.' Tutte le volte che l'Isis ha minacciato l'Italia," Tempi, June 30, 2016; Adam Taylor, "The Islamic State threatens to come to Rome; Italians respond with travel advice," Washington Post, February 20, 2015.
De acordo com Dinora Grotti, tais alteracoes resultaram sobretudo da "atuacao firme dos sindicatos e associacoes de taxistas", mas nao afastam debates sobre a constitucionalidade dos novos dispositivos, cujas redacoes incluem normas que ja haviam sido propostas no passado (por exemplo, em relacao a sucessao das outorgas), mas que foram vetadas pela Presidencia com base na alegacao de violacao da autonomia municipal.
Dinora Adelaide Musetti Grotti, por exemplo, defendendo uma posicao bastante difundida, afirma que "e a exigencia de remuneracao individualizada pela prestacao de determinado servico publico que vai determinar a incidencia de protecao juridica regulada e estabelecida pelo CDC".