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pa·pa·raz·zo

 (pä′pə-rät′sō)
n. pl. pa·pa·raz·zi (-sē)
A freelance photographer who doggedly pursues celebrities to take candid pictures for sale to magazines and newspapers.

[From Paparazzo, the surname of a character typifying such a photographer in the film La Dolce Vita (1960) by Federico Fellini.]
Translations
paparazzi
パパラッチ

paparazzi

[ˌpæpəˈrætsiː] N (paparazzi (pl)) → paparazzi mpl

paparazzi

[ˌpæpəˈrætsi] nplpaparazzi mpl

paparazzi

[ˌpæpəˈrætsiː] nplpaparazzi mpl
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