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Col•os•se•um



Pronunciation: (kol"u-sē'um), [key]
n.
1. an ancient amphitheater in Rome, begun a.d. c70 by Vespasian, having the form of an oval 617 by 512 ft. (188 by 156 m).
2. (l.c.) coliseum.

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