Definitions for virtuvərˈtu, ˈvɜr tu

This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word virtu

Princeton's WordNet

  1. virtu, vertu, connoisseurship(noun)

    love of or taste for fine objects of art

  2. virtu, vertu(noun)

    artistic quality

  3. virtu(noun)

    objet d'art collectively (especially fine antiques)

Wiktionary

  1. virtu(Noun)

    Knowledge of the fine arts

  2. virtu(Noun)

    objets d'art collectively

Webster Dictionary

  1. Virtu(noun)

    a love of the fine arts; a taste for curiosities

  2. Origin: [It. virt virtue, excellence, from L. virtus. See Virtue.]

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. Doug Cifu:

    What we have at Virtu is a technology plant that is multi-asset class, multi-currency and very low latency and very efficient and very scaled, to the extent we can use that asset and leverage that asset into what I will call related and ancillary businesses ... I'm very open to it.


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