impresario [im-pruh-sahr-ee-oh, -sair-]
noun, plural im·pre·sa·ri·os.
1. a person who organizes or manages public entertainments, especially operas, ballets, or concerts.
2. any manager, director, or the like.
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Origin: 1740–50; < Italian, equivalent to impres(a ) impresa + -ario -ary
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