Definition of bottega in English:

bottega

noun

  • An artist's workshop or studio, especially in Italy during the Renaissance.

Origin

Early 19th century; earliest use found in Charlotte Bury (1775–1861), novelist and diarist. From Italian bottega from classical Latin apothēca, with elision of the initial vowel.

Pronunciation

bottega

/bəˈteɪɡə//bəˈtiːɡə/