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From Italian cammeo.

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Singular
Cameo

Plural
Cameos

Cameo (plural Cameos)
  1. A piece of jewelry, etc., carved in relief.
  2. A single very brief appearance by a prominent actor or actress (or other notable) in a movie or song.
    Famous comic book writer Stan Lee had a cameo in the Spider-Man movie. He was on screen for perhaps ten seconds, but aficionados distinctly remember him.

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Infinitive
to Cameo

Third person singular
Cameos

Simple past
Cameoed

Past participle
Cameoed

Present participle
Cameoing

to Cameo (third-person singular simple present Cameos, present participle Cameoing, simple past and past participle Cameoed)
  1. To appear in a cameo role.

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cameo m. (plural camei)

  1. cameo (short appearance)

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