Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A Portuguese money of account, in which large sums are calculated, equal to 1,000,000 reis, or $1,080.

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  • n. 1 conto equals 1,000 escudos in Portugal

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The Japanese word "conto" comes from the French "conte" and is used to describe a comedy skit or routine.

    Japan Zone - Entertainment News from Japan

  • Il primo lavoro televisivo stato XL ed io ho girato 6 "films" ... significa che non ho tenuto in conto le raccomandazioni e gli obblighi dei dirigenti TV che decantavano il modo di girare per la TV.

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  • SKIN (Pele) é um "projecto artístico mortal" criado pela escritora Shelley Jackson, onde 2,095 pessoas tatuarão cada uma uma palavra de um conto com 2,095 palavras, conto este de nome Skin, todos terão que tatuar a palavra num fonte de texto específica.

    SKIN

  • Gabri requested il conto, which gave them at least fifteen minutes before the check was on the table.

    Georgia’s Kitchen

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  • After paying the conto, we walked to the south end of town and found there the church of Santa Maria del Tiglio, which dated back to the twelfth century and was made of dark gray stone.

    The Italian Summer

  • Great view, also, which must have been included in the tab, because, at the end of the meal, I was presented with a folded conto on which had been written a sum that translated, at that summers exchange rate, to a round of golf at the most expensive daily-fee course in New England.

    The Italian Summer

  • The efficient waiters, the good beer, the beautiful young woman in a milkmaid outfit at the hotel deskeven a 48-euro $68 conto and the freshening rain couldnt dull the shine of that simple lunch.

    The Italian Summer

  • In a few minutes the young owner came out and saw that they had absconded with his bottle and without paying the conto.

    The Italian Summer

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