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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpaparazzipap‧a‧raz‧zi /ˌpæpəˈrætsi $ ˌpɑːpəˈrɑː/ noun [plural]  TCNphotographers who follow famous people in order to take photographs they can sell to newspapers
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paparazziConvicted murderers, especially brutal and disgusting ones, were followed around by as many paparazzi as the royal family.Ferguson is besieged in a hotel room by salivating paparazzi.Probably most annoying was the opportunity grabbed by many celebrities to lash out at the tabloids and the paparazzi.Had the paparazzi been around in the early days of his marriage it's doubtful Philip would have escaped criticism.But it was more than just the paparazzi versus the Penns.Given popular perceptions of the paparazzi, Young is surprisingly clean-living: a non-drinking, non-smoking, fitness fanatic.But when the paparazzi responded by taking pictures of Buckingham Palace-based Mr Arbiter, he angrily demanded their names.
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