regatta

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From Italian (Venetian dialect) regatta (contention for mastery), from regattare (compete, haggle, sell at retail), possibly from recatare

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regatta (plural regattas or regatte)

  1. A series of boat races, although sometimes used for a single race.
  2. A striped cotton fabric.

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regatta

  1. regatta (boat race)

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