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Uomo brutto is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "ugly man." The masculine noun and adjective also translates as "homely man" in English. The pronunciation will be "WO-mo BROOT-to" in Italian.

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brutto (male) - brutta (female) - brutti (male plural) - brutte (female plural)

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