Translation of cicerone in Spanish:


cicerone, n.

Pronunciation /ˌtʃɪtʃəˈrəʊni//ˌsɪsəˈroʊni//ˌsɪsəˈrəʊni/

nounPlural ciceroni


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    cicerone feminine
    • He mixed in antiquarian circles, copied Antique frescoes, and painted a celebrated portrait of the Scottish cicerone James Byres and his family.
    • An intelligent Jew was our cicerone and read us some Hebrew out of the precious old book of the Law.
    • Van der Meulen will be our cicerone as we tour the Rondeau, starting with Buyster's statues.
    • It has long been an uphill struggle for new art in Italy, the country Marinetti bitterly castigated in 1909 as a gangrenous land of ‘professors, archeologists, ciceroni and antiquarians.’