Gelato

Gelato (dʒeˈlaːto; plural: gelati) is the Italian word for ice cream, derived from the Latin word `gelātus` (meaning frozen). In American English this word commonly refers to varieties of ice cream made in a traditional Italian style. Gelato is made with milk, cream, various sugars, and flavoring such as fresh fruit and nut purees. It is gen.....
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gelato

(jau-LAH-toe) - An Italian word meaning "frozen" and is the same as ice cream in the U.S. It is usually made of whole milk and eggs. This gives it richness without flavors becoming masked by the fat from cream.
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Gelato

[software] Gelato (from Italian language: `Frozen`, or `Icecream`) is a hardware-accelerated, offline renderer created by graphics card manufacturer Nvidia. It was originally intended for use with its Quadro FX GPU, although a Quadro class GPU is no longer a requirement, as it now also supports GeForce cards. Designed to produce film-qualit...
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Gelato

An Italian frozen dessert, whose popularity has overwhelmed the US, is made of whole milk and eggs. This gives it richness without flavors becoming masked by the fat from cream. The flavors are very intense and the texture is soft and silky.
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gelato

gelato (s), gelati (pl) 1. An Italian ice cream made from milk, gelatin, sugar, and fruit. 2. A rich ice cream, made with eggs and usually containing a relatively low percentage of butterfat.
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