paparazzi

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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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Passing through Los Angeles airport at the weekend, the couple say a papparazzo tried to er, snatch an upskirt shot of the singer - that's Katy not Russell.
The scooter-hopping papparazzo, who snapped hundreds in embarrassing situations and inspired the film La Dolce Vita, was so humiliated, he begged fellow snappers not to use the shot.
Astack of hardback books bearing the image of the assassinated Robert F Kennedy are planted on a table, a casual reminder that the 78-year-old man clearing the last of the eggs off his plate and recalling his most recent job (shooting Brad Pitt at home) is no dollara-day celebrity papparazzo.