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Date: 1600-1700
Language: Italian
Origin: Latin gustus 'taste, liking', from gustare; GUSTATORY

gusto

noun
     
gus‧to [uncountable]

with gusto

if you do something with gusto, you do it with a lot of eagerness and energy:
They sang hymns with great gusto.

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