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volte

 (vōlt, vôlt)
n. Sports
Variant of volt2.
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volte

(vɒlt)
n
1. (Horse Training, Riding & Manège) a variant spelling of volt2
2. (Fencing) a variant spelling of volt2
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volte

[ˈvɒltɪ] n (Horse-riding) → volta
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