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# 149236 Italian glosses :: 189179 English translations
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-a {suffix} :: Used, with a stem, to form the third-person singular present tense of -are verbs
-a {suffix} :: Used, with a stem, to form the second-person singular imperative of -are verbs
-a {suffix} :: Used, with a stem, to form the first-person singular, second-person singular and third-person singular present subjunctive of -ere verbs, and of those -ire verbs that do not insert "isc"
-a {suffix} :: Used, with a stem, to form the third-person singular imperative of -ere verbs, and of those -ire verbs that do not insert "isc"
a- {prefix} :: ad- [indicating direction]
a- {prefix} :: a- [indicating lack or loss]
a {f} /a/ :: letter: a; a
a {prep} :: in
a {prep} :: at
a {prep} :: to
a {prep} :: Indicates the direct object, mainly to avoid confusion when it, the subject, or both are displaced, or for emphasis
A {letter} /a/ :: letter: a
a2 {adj} [music] :: abbreviation of a due
aa {f} [volcanology] /ˈa.a/ :: aa (type of lava flow)
aaleniano {m} [geology, paleontology] /a.leˈnja.no/ :: Aalenian (subdivision of the Jurassic epoch)
aaleniano {adj} [geology, paleontology] :: Aalenian (of or pertaining to the Aalenian epoch)
ab- {prefix} :: ab- (away from; outside of)
abaca {m} /ˈa.ba.ka/ :: alternative form of abacà
abacà {m} /a.baˈka/ :: Manila hemp
abachista {mf} /a.baˈkis.ta/ :: abacist; an expert at calculation
abaco {m} /ˈa.ba.ko/ :: abacus (calculating frame)
abaco {m} :: multiplication table
abaco {m} :: The art of counting
abaco {m} [historical, Ancient Rome] :: A board used to expose pottery during banquets
abaco {m} [furniture] :: abacus (church furniture)
abaco {m} [architecture] :: abacus (uppermost portion of the capital of a column)
Abaco {prop} :: given name
Abacuc {prop} :: Habakkuk
Abacucco {prop} :: alternative form of Abacuc
abada {mf} /aˈba.da/ :: alternative form of bada
abadita {mf} /a.baˈdi.ta/ :: alternative form of ibadita
abalienante {v} :: present participle of abalienare
abalienare {vt} /a.ba.ljeˈna.re/ :: to abalienate
abalienazione {f} /a.ba.lje.nat͡sjo.ne/ :: abalienation
abalietà {f} [philosophy] /a.ba.ljeˈta/ :: dependence of one's existence upon that of another
abandonare {v} /a.ban.doˈna.re/ :: obsolete form of abbandonare
abandono {m} /a.banˈdo.no/ :: obsolete form of abbandono
Abano Terme {prop} /ˈa.ba.no ˈtɛr.me/ :: A town in the province of Padova in the Veneto
ab antico {adv} :: formerly
abantico {adv} /a.banˈti.ko/ :: alternative spelling of ab antico
abantico {adv} :: formerly
abapicale {adj} [anatomy] /a.ba.piˈka.le/ :: abapical
abaptista {m} [medicine, surgery] /a.bapˈtis.ta/ :: abaptiston
abarbicato {adj} :: alternative form of abbarbicato
a bardosso {adv} :: bareback
abarico {adj} /aˈba.ri.ko/ :: weightless
abarico {adj} :: Describing the L1 Lagrange point between the Earth and the Moon at which their gravities cancel out
abarognosia {f} [medicine, neurology] /a.ba.roɲ.ɲoˈzi.a/ :: abarognosis
abarticolare {adj} [medicine] /a.bar.ti.koˈla.re/ :: abarticular
abasia {f} [medicine] /a.baˈzia̯/ :: abasia
abasica {f} :: feminine noun of abasico
abasico {adj} [medicine] /aˈba.zi.ko/ :: abasic
abasico {m} :: One who is affected by abasia
abassiale {adj} [zoology, botany] /a.basˈsja.le/ :: abaxial
Abatantuono {prop} :: surname
Abatantuono {prop} :: Diego Abatantuono, Italian actor
abate {m} /aˈba.te/ :: abbot
Abate {prop} :: surname
abâte {m} :: abbot
abate del popolo {m} :: abbot of the people
abatemarchese {adj} /a.ba.te.marˈke.ze/ :: Of or pertaining to Abatemarco
abatemarchese {mf} :: An inhabitant of Abatemarco
abatese {adj} /a.baˈte.ze/ :: Of or pertaining to Sant'Antonio Abate
abatese {mf} :: An inhabitant of Sant'Antonio Abate
abatino {m} /a.baˈti.no/ :: diminutive of abate
abatino {m} :: A young abbot, particularly one that is elegant and gallant
abatino {m} [ecclesiastical, rare] :: altar boy
abatino {m} [sports slang, rare] :: An athlete possessing technique but lacking physical strength
abato {m} /ˈa.ba.to/ :: alternative form of abaton
abaton {m} /ˈa.ba.ton/ :: abaton
abatonzolo {m} /a.baˈton.t͡so.lo/ :: pejorative of abate: (inept or insignificant) abbot
abatterico {adj} /a.batˈtɛ.ri.ko/ :: abacterial
abavo {m} /ˈa.ba.vo/ :: great-great-grandfather
abazia {f} /a.batˈt͡si.a/ :: alternative form of abbazia
abaziale {adj} /a.batˈt͡sja.le/ :: alternative form of abbaziale
abba {m} [Christianity, Judaism] /ˈab.ba/ :: abba
Abba {prop} :: surname
Abba {prop} :: Giuseppe Cesare Abba, Italian writer and patriot
Abba {prop} :: Marta Abba, Italian actress
abbacante {v} :: present participle of abbacare
abbacare {vi} [obsolete] /ab.baˈka.re/ :: to calculate
abbacare {v} :: to daydream
abbacare {v} :: to rack one's brain or puzzle
abbacchiamento {m} [rare] /ab.bakˈkja.re/ :: The harvesting of fruits or nuts by beating a tree with a stick
abbacchiamento {m} :: disheartenment, depression
abbacchiante {v} :: present participle of abbacchiare
abbacchiantesi {v} :: present participle of abbacchiarsi
abbacchiare {vt} /ab.bakˈkja.re/ :: to beat down with a pole fruit from a tree
abbacchiare {vt} :: to dishearten or depress
abbacchiare {vt} [figuratively, Tuscany] :: to buy something cheaply
abbacchiaro {m} [dialectal, chiefly Central Italy] /ab.bakˈkja.ro/ :: butcher (especially one who sells young lamb)
abbacchiarsi {v} :: reflexive of abbacchiare
abbacchiarsi {vr} :: to dishearten or depress oneself; to become depressed
abbacchiato {adj} /ab.bakˈkja.to/ :: downhearted
abbacchiatore {m} /ab.bak.kjaˈto.re/ :: synonym of bacchiatore
abbacchiatosi {v} :: past participle of abbacchiarsi
abbacchiatura {f} /ab.bak.kjaˈtu.ra/ :: The harvesting of fruits or nuts by beating a tree with a stick
abbacchio {m} [Central Italy, Rome] /abˈbak.kjo/ :: lamb (meat, especially from a very young animal)
abbachista {mf} /ab.baˈkis.ta/ :: alternative form of abachista
abbacinamento {m} [historical] /ab.ba.t͡ʃi.naˈmen.to/ :: abacination
abbacinamento {m} [figurative] :: blindness
abbacinante {v} /ab.ba.t͡ʃiˈnan.te/ :: present participle of abbacinare
abbacinante {adj} :: dazzling, blinding
abbacinantesi {v} :: present participle of abbacinarsi
abbacinare {vt} [archaic] /ab.ba.t͡ʃiˈna.re/ :: To abacinate
abbacinare {vt} [by extension] :: to dazzle
abbacinare {vt} [figurative] :: to deceive; to deceptively attract
abbacinare {vt} [figurative] :: to stun
abbacinarsi {v} /ab.ba.t͡ʃiˈnar.si/ :: reflexive of abbacinare
abbacinarsi {vi} :: To be dazzled
abbacinarsi {vi} [figurative, rare] :: To deceive or delude oneself
abbacinato {adj} /ab.ba.t͡ʃiˈna.to/ :: dazzled
abbacinato {adj} [figurative] :: confused, dazed
abbacinato {adj} [figurative] :: deceived
abbacinatore {adj} [literary] /ab.ba.t͡ʃi.naˈto.re/ :: that abacinates
abbacinatore {adj} [literary, figurative] :: stunning, dazing
abbacinatore {m} [literary, historical] :: One that abacinates
abbaco {m} /ˈab.ba.ko/ :: uncommon form of abaco
abbacone {m} /ab.baˈko.ne/ :: dreamer, fantasist
abbadante {v} :: present participle of abbadare
abbadare {v} [it, archaic, literary, a] /ab.baˈda.re/ :: alternative form of badare
abbadatore {m} /ab.ba.daˈto.re/ :: A worker involved in the extraction and processing of sulphur
abbadengo {adj} /ab.baˈden.ɡo/ :: Of or from Abbadia San Salvatore
abbadengo {m} :: An inhabitant of Abbadia San Salvatore
Abbadia {prop} :: Any of several places founded by or near an abbey
abbadiense {adj} /ab.ba.diˈɛn.se/ :: Of or pertaining to any of several places whose names contain the toponym Abbadia
abbadiense {mf} :: An inhabitant of one of these places
abbadinga {f} :: feminine noun of abbadingo
abbadingo {adj} /ab.baˈdin.ɡo/ :: alternative form of abbadengo
abbadingo {m} :: alternative form of abbadengo
abbadino {m} /ab.baˈdi.no/ :: roofing slate
abbagliaggine {f} /ab.baʎˈʎad.d͡ʒi.ne/ :: synonym of abbagliamento
abbagliamento {m} /ab.baʎ.ʎaˈmen.to/ :: The act of dazzling
abbagliamento {m} :: The condition of being dazzled: dazzlement
abbagliamento {m} [figurative, rare] :: mental confusion, dazzlement
abbagliante {v} /ab.baʎˈʎan.te/ :: present participle of abbagliare
abbagliante {adj} :: dazzling
abbagliante {m} [usually in the plural] :: high-beam
abbaglianti {m} [usually in plural, automotive] :: high-beam
abbaglianza {f} :: glare
abbagliare {vt} /ab.baʎˈʎa.re/ :: to dazzle
abbagliare {vt} [figurative] :: to dazzle; to impress; to fascinate
abbagliare {vi} :: to be dazzled
abbagliarsi {v} /ab.baʎˈʎar.si/ :: reflexive of abbagliare: to dazzle oneself
abbagliarsi {vi} :: to be dazzled; to be blinded
abbagliarsi {v} [archaic, figurative] :: to be mistaken, to be wrong
abbagliatamente {adv} :: dazzlingly
abbagliato {adj} :: dazzling
abbagliatore {adj} /ab.baʎ.ʎaˈto.re/ :: dazzling, blinding
abbagliatore {m} :: dazzler, blinder
abbaglio {m} [literary] /abˈbaʎ.ʎo/ :: dazzlement
abbaglio {m} [figurative] :: mistake, error, blunder
Abbagnale {prop} :: surname
Abbagnale {prop} :: Giuseppe Abbagnale, Italian rower
abbaiamento {m} /ab.ba.jaˈmen.to/ :: (prolonged) barking
abbaiante {v} /ab.baˈjan.te/ :: present participle of abbaiare
abbaiante {adj} [of dogs and foxes] :: that barks, barking
abbaiante {adj} [by extension, figurative, of people] :: yelling, shouting
abbaiare {v} [of dogs and foxes] /ab.baˈja.re/ :: to bark
abbaiare {v} [by extension, figurative, of people] :: to yell, shout
abbaiare {m} :: barking
abbaiata {f} /ab.baˈja.ta/ :: barking, baying
abbaiata {f} [figurative, rare] :: A yell aimed at ridiculing or reproaching someone
abbaiato {v} :: past participle of abbaiare
abbaiatore {adj} /ab.ba.jaˈto.re/ :: barking, baying
abbaiatore {adj} [figurative] :: slanderous
abbaiatore {m} :: barking or baying animal
abbaiatore {m} [figurative] :: slanderer
abbaiatura {f} /ab.ba.jaˈtu.ra/ :: barking
abbaino {m} /ab.baˈi.no/ :: dormer (room)
abbaino {m} :: dormer window
abbaio {m} :: A single instance of barking
abbaio {m} :: barking (of dogs)
abbaione {m} [familiar] /ab.baˈjo.ne/ :: One who barks often
abbaione {m} [familiar] :: scorn, jeering
abbalconato {adj} /ab.bal.koˈna.to/ :: That overlooks a balcony; that overlooks (in a manner similar to that of a balcony)
abballante {v} :: present participle of abballare
abballare {v} /ab.balˈla.re/ :: To wrap into a bundle(s)
abballinante {v} :: present participle of abballinare
abballinare {vt} [Tuscany] /ab.bal.liˈna.re/ :: To wrap, roll (up)
abballinato {adj} :: rolled up
abballinato {adj} :: wrapped up
abballottamento {m} /ab.bal.lot.taˈmen.to/ :: tossing, jolting, bobbing (about or around)
abballottante {v} :: present participle of abballottare
abballottantesi {v} :: present participle of abballottarsi
abballottare {vt} [rare] /ab.bal.lotˈta.re/ :: to toss, jolt, bob
abballottare {vt} :: To handle without care
abballottarsi {v} :: to roll up into a ball
abballottarsi {v} :: to curdle, clot
abballottato {adj} :: tossed or thrown about
abballottio {m} /ab.bal.lotˈti.o/ :: tossing, jolting, bobbing (about or around)
abbaluginare {vi} /ab.ba.lu.d͡ʒiˈna.re/ :: To be in the first stage of sleep, when various shapes and colors can be seen
abbaluginarsi {vi} /ab.ba.lu.d͡ʒiˈnar.si/ :: To be in the first stage of sleep, when various shapes and colors can be seen
abbaluginato {adj} /ab.ba.lu.d͡ʒiˈna.to/ :: That is in the first stage of sleep, when various shapes and colors can be seen
abbambinante {v} :: present participle of abbambinare
abbambinare {v} /ab.bam.biˈna.re/ :: To transport paving slabs or similar heavy items by supporting them upright and moving them from one edge to another
abbambolato {adj} :: dazed
abbambolato {adj} :: enchanted
abbancante {v} :: present participle of abbancare
abbancare {vt} /ab.banˈka.re/ :: To lay out on a counter or table
abbancare {vt} [nautical] :: To provide with seats for rowers
abbandonamento {m} /ab.ban.do.naˈmen.to/ :: abandonment
abbandonante {v} :: present participle of abbandonare
abbandonantesi {v} :: present participle of abbandonarsi
abbandonar {v} :: apocopic form of abbandonare
abbandonare {vt} :: to abandon, walk out on, maroon, give away, give up
abbandonarsi {vr} :: to indulge
abbandonata {adj} :: deserted
abbandonata {adj} :: disused
abbandonata {adj} :: neglected
abbandonata {adj} :: abandoned
abbandonatamente {adv} :: abandonedly
abbandonato {adj} :: deserted
abbandonato {adj} :: disused
abbandonato {adj} :: neglected
abbandonato {adj} :: abandoned
abbandonato {m} :: foundling or orphan
abbandonatosi {v} :: past participle of abbandonarsi
abbandonico {adj} :: passive-defeatist
abbandonismo {m} :: passive defeatism
abbandono {m} /abbanˈdono/ :: desertion, abandonment
abbandono {m} [sports] :: withdrawal
abbano {m} :: An ivory cane once used in the coronation of Italian kings
abbarbagliamento {m} /ab.bar.ba.ʎaˈmen.to/ :: dazzlement (condition of being dazzled)
abbarbagliamento {m} [figurative] :: mistake, error
abbarbagliante {v} :: present participle of abbarbagliare
abbarbagliare {vt} /ab.bar.baʎˈʎa.re/ :: to dazzle
abbarbagliare {vt} [figurative] :: to astonish
abbarbaglio {m} /ab.barˈba.ʎo/ :: dazzlement
abbarbaglio {m} :: mistake, error
abbarbante {v} :: present participle of abbarbare
abbarbare {v} :: alternative form of abbarbicare
abbarbicamento {m} :: taking root (all senses)
abbarbicante {v} :: present participle of abbarbicare
abbarbicantesi {v} :: present participle of abbarbicarsi
abbarbicare {vi} /ab.bar.biˈka.re/ :: to put forth roots
abbarbicare {vi} :: to take root [all senses]
abbarbicare {vi} :: To creep
abbarbicarsi {v} :: reflexive of abbarbicare
abbarbicarsi {vr} :: to root (to)
abbarbicarsi {vr} :: to cling (to)
abbarbicato {adj} :: rooted, taken root
abbarbicatosi {v} :: past participle of abbarbicarsi
abbarbiccato {adj} :: alternative form of abbarbicato
abbarcante {v} :: present participle of abbarcare
abbarcare {vt} :: To bend sheets and planks of wood (using steam) in order to construct the hull of a ship
abbarcare {vt} :: To amass
abbarcatore {m} :: A person who bends sheets and planks of wood (using steam) in order to construct the hull of a ship
abbarrante {v} :: present participle of abbarrare
abbarrare {v} :: To barricade
abbarrare {v} :: To block up
abbarrato {adj} :: barred
abbarrato {adj} :: blocked
abbaruffamento {m} :: disorder, disarray
abbaruffamento {m} :: fight, brawl
abbaruffante {v} :: present participle of abbaruffare
abbaruffantesi {v} :: present participle of abbaruffarsi
abbaruffare {vt} :: To disorder or disarray
abbaruffarsi {vr} :: To fight, brawl or scuffle
abbaruffatosi {v} :: past participle of abbaruffarsi
abbaruffio {m} :: disorder, disarray
abbaruffio {m} :: fight, brawl
abbaside {adj} :: Abbasid (attributive)
Abbasidi {prop} :: Abbasid
abbassabile {adj} :: That can be lowered; lowerable
abbassalingua {m} :: tongue depressor
abbassamento {m} :: lowering
abbassamento {m} :: reduction
abbassamento {m} :: fall
abbassante {v} :: present participle of abbassare
abbassantesi {v} :: present participle of abbassarsi
abbassare {vt} :: to lower
abbassare {vt} :: to press down [on a pedal]
abbassare {vt} :: to pull down
abbassare {vt} :: to dim [light]
abbassarsi {v} :: reflexive of abbassare
abbassarsi {v} :: to stoop
abbassarsi {v} :: to go down
abbassarsi {v} :: to demean oneself
abbassarsi {v} :: to pull down
abbassatore {adj} :: lowering, dropping, decreasing
abbassatosi {v} :: past participle of abbassarsi
abbasso {adv} :: down
abbasso {adv} :: down with (as an exclamation)
abbastante {v} :: present participle of abbastare
abbastanza {adv} :: quite, fairly
abbastanza {adj} :: enough
abbastanza {interj} :: enough!
abbastare {vi} :: alternative form of bastare
abbatacchiante {v} :: present participle of abbatacchiare
abbatacchiare {v} :: To beat with the clapper or a bell, or with a door knocker
abbate {m} /abˈba.te/ :: alternative form of abate
abbatessa {f} :: abbess
abbattaggio {m} :: The side of a tunnel that is being excavated
abbattente {v} :: present participle of abbattere
abbattentesi {v} :: present participle of abbattersi
abbattere {v} :: to pull down
abbattere {v} :: to knock down
abbattere {v} :: to fell
abbattere {v} :: to bring down
abbattere {v} :: to slaughter
abbattere {v} :: to destroy, to put down
abbattere {v} :: to shoot down
abbattere {v} :: to lay low
abbattere {v} :: to level
abbattere {v} :: to raze
abbattere {v} :: to dismay
abbattere {v} :: to topple
abbattersi {v} :: to fall, to hit, to befall, to break over
abbattersi {v} :: to lose heart, to get discouraged, to get depressed
abbattibile {adj} :: Capable of being pulled down or shot down
abbattifieno {m} :: A trapdoor in the loft of a barn, used for throwing down hay
abbattimento {m} :: demolition
abbattitore {m} :: lumberjack
abbattitore {m} :: slaughterer
abbattitore {m} :: blast chiller
abbattitore {m} :: blast, destroyer
abbattitrice {f} :: lumberjack (female)
abbattitrice {f} :: slaughterer (female)
abbattitrice {f} :: feller (forestry machine)
abbattuto {adj} :: despondent, depressed, toppled
abbattutosi {v} :: past participle of abbattersi
abbatuffolante {v} :: present participle of abbatuffolare
abbatuffolare {v} :: To tangle into a ball
abbazia {f} /ab.batˈt͡si.a/ :: abbey
Abbazia {prop} :: Opatija (city of Croatia)
abbaziale {adj} :: abbey (attributive); abbatial
abbecedario {m} /ab.be.t͡ʃeˈda.rjo/ :: primer
abbellante {v} :: present participle of abbellare
abbellare {vt} :: Variant of abbellire
abbellare {vi} :: To like or prefer
abbellente {v} :: present participle of abbellire
abbellentesi {v} :: present participle of abbellirsi
abbellimento {m} :: embellishment, ornament
abbellimento {m} [music] :: grace note, ornamentation
abbellire {vt} :: to make something (more) attractive; to prettify something
abbellire {vt} :: to embellish a story
abbellire {vt} :: to spiff up
abbellirsi {vr} :: To prettify oneself, to make more attractive oneself
abbellirsi {vr} :: To become more attractive
abbellitosi {v} :: past participle of abbellirsi
abbellitura {f} :: embellishment
abbenché {conj} :: alternative form of benché
abbendante {v} :: present participle of abbendare
abbendare {v} :: to bandage
abbendare {v} :: to gather (form a crowd)
abbeveraggio {m} :: watering (providing water for animals)
abbeverante {v} :: present participle of abbeverare
abbeverantesi {v} :: present participle of abbeverarsi
abbeverare {vt} :: to water (to provide (animals) with water)
abbeverarsi {v} :: reflexive of abbeverare
abbeverarsi {vr} :: to drink [especially of animals]
abbeverarsi {vr} :: to quench one's thirst
abbeverata {f} :: watering place (by a well)
abbeveratoio {m} :: drinking trough (for animals)
abbeveratosi {v} :: past participle of abbeverarsi
abbevilliano {adj} :: Abbevillian
abbiadante {v} :: present participle of abbiadare
abbiadare {v} :: To feed animals with fodder
abbiatico {m} :: alternative form of abiatico
abbicante {v} :: present participle of abbicare
abbicare {v} :: to collect in heaps
abbicatura {f} :: The gathering of grain into sheaves
abbiccì {m} /ab.bitˈtʃi/ :: alphabet
abbiccì {m} :: abc
abbiente {adj} :: well-to-do, prosperous, wealthy
abbiente {mf} [chiefly in the plural] :: Wealthy person
abbiettezza {f} :: baseness, vileness
abbietto {adj} :: alternative form of abietto
abbiezione {f} :: Variant of abiezione
abbigliamento {m} :: clothes, clothing, attire
abbigliante {v} :: present participle of abbigliare
abbigliantesi {v} :: present participle of abbigliarsi
abbigliare {vt} :: To dress
abbigliarsi {vr} :: To dress up, to dress
abbigliatoio {m} :: dressing room, changing room
abbigliatosi {v} :: past participle of abbigliarsi
abbigliatura {f} :: clothes, clothing
abbinabile {adj} :: combinable
abbinabile {adj} :: matching
abbinabilità {f} :: compatibility
abbinamento {m} :: matching, pairing, match
abbinante {v} :: present participle of abbinare
abbinantesi {v} :: present participle of abbinarsi
abbinare {vt} :: To match, to couple, to pair
abbinare {vt} :: to lace
abbinarsi {v} :: reflexive of abbinare
abbinarsi {vr} :: to match, go together, go well
abbinato {adj} :: matching, paired off, twinned
abbinatosi {v} :: past participle of abbinarsi
abbinatrice {f} :: alternative form of binatrice
abbinatura {f} :: alternative form of binatura
abbindolamento {m} :: deceit, deception, fraud
abbindolante {v} :: present participle of abbindolare
abbindolare {vt} :: To trick or take in
abbindolatore {m} :: trickster
abbindolatura {f} :: deceit, deception, fraud
abbioccante {v} :: present participle of abbioccare
abbioccantesi {v} :: present participle of abbioccarsi
abbioccare {vt} [rare] :: To exhaust or tire out
abbioccarsi {vr} :: To fall asleep or doze off
abbioccatosi {v} :: past participle of abbioccarsi
abbiocco {m} :: fit of drowsiness
abbiosciamento {m} :: dejection
abbiosciamento {m} :: wilting of a plant caused by damage to the stem
abbiosciante {v} :: present participle of abbiosciare
abbiosciare {v} :: To slump
abbiosciare {v} :: To wither (of plants)
abbisciante {v} :: present participle of abbisciare
abbisciare {v} [nautical] :: To coil a rope, chain or cable neatly
abbisognante {v} :: present participle of abbisognare
abbisognare {vi} /ab.bi.zoˈɲa.re/ :: to need
abbisognare {vi} [literary] :: to be necessary
abbittante {v} :: present participle of abbittare
abbittare {v} [nautical] :: To wrap a rope around a bollard
abbittatura {f} [nautical] :: The winding of a cord around a cleat
abboccamento {m} :: connection (of tubing etc)
abboccamento {m} :: meeting, interview
abboccante {v} :: present participle of abboccare
abboccare {vi} :: To bite; to take the bait (of fish, and figuratively)
abboccare {vt} :: To join or connect (pieces of tubing)
abboccare {vt} :: To pour in up to the top of a vessel
abboccare {vt} :: To fill in
abboccare {vr} :: To meet someone privately
abboccato {adj} :: sweetish (of wine, especially Orvieto)
abboccatoio {m} :: The mouth of a furnace
abboccatura {f} :: The mouth of a container (from which it is drunk)
abboccatura {f} :: The meeting-point of the two leaves of a double door
abboccatura {f} :: A part of a loaf that remains partially uncooked because it was in contact with another
abbocchevole {adj} [nautical] :: That can easily take the bait
abboffante {v} :: present participle of abboffarsi
abboffantesi {v} :: present participle of abboffarsi
abboffarsi {vr} :: Variant of abbuffarsi
abboffata {f} :: gorging (eating like a pig)
abboffata {f} :: blowout (feast)
abboffatosi {v} :: past participle of abboffarsi
abbominabile {adj} :: Variant of abominabile
abbominante {v} :: present participle of abbominare
abbominare {v} :: Variant of abominare
abbominazione {f} :: rare form of abominazione
abbominevole {adj} /ab.bo.miˈne.vo.le/ :: alternative form of abominevole
abbominevolmente {adv} :: alternative form of abominevolmente
abbominio {m} :: alternative form of abominio
abbonacciamento {m} :: calming (return to a calm state)
abbonacciamento {m} [nautical] :: becalming
abbonacciante {v} :: present participle of abbonacciare
abbonacciantesi {v} :: present participle of abbonacciarsi
abbonacciare {v} /ab.bo.natˈt͡ʃa.re/ :: Transitive meanings:
abbonacciare {vt} :: to calm down (the sea)
abbonacciare {vt} [figuratively] :: to soothe
abbonacciare {v} :: Intransitive meanings:
abbonacciare {vi} [of the sea] :: to become dead calm
abbonacciare {vi} [figuratively] :: to calm down
abbonacciarsi {v} :: reflexive of abbonacciare
abbonacciarsi {vr} :: to calm (down)
abbonacciarsi {vr} :: to drop [of the wind]
abbonacciatosi {v} :: past participle of abbonacciarsi
abbonamento {m} :: subscription
abbonamento {m} :: season ticket
abbonamento {m} :: rental, licence
abbonante {v} :: present participle of abbonare
abbonantesi {v} :: present participle of abbonarsi
abbonare {vt} /ab.boˈna.re/ :: to deduct
abbonarsi {v} /ab.boˈnar.si/ :: reflexive of abbonare
abbonarsi {vr} :: to subscribe [to a magazine, etc.]
abbonarsi {vr} :: to buy a season ticket
abbonato {m} :: subscriber
abbonato {m} :: season ticket holder
abbonatosi {v} :: past participle of abbonarsi
abbondante {adj} :: abundant
abbondante {adj} :: generous
abbondante {adj} :: heavy (snow)
abbondante {adj} :: loose-fitting (clothes)
abbondante {v} :: present participle of abbondare
abbondantemente {adv} :: profusely, copiously, abundantly
abbondantissimo {adj} :: superlative of abbondante
abbondanza {f} :: abundance
abbondanza {f} :: richness
abbondanza {f} :: wealth
abbondanza {f} :: affluence
abbondanza {f} [historical] :: The foodstuffs and other materials needed by a city; the warehouse where it was stored
abbondanziere {m} [historical] :: The official in charge of the abbondanza of a city
Abbondanzio {prop} :: given name, from Latin Abundius
abbondare {vi} :: to abound, to be plentiful
Abbondazio {prop} :: given name from Latin Abundius
abbondevole {adj} [it, literary] /ab.bonˈde.vo.le/ :: plentiful, abundant, abounding
abbondevolmente {adv} :: abundantly
Abbondio {prop} :: given name. The Italian equivalent of Abundius
abbonente {v} :: present participle of abbonire
abbonentesi {v} :: present participle of abbonirsi
abbonimento {m} :: improvement (especially of land)
abbonire {vt} :: to calm down, appease
abbonire {vt} :: to reclaim, improve (land)
abbonirsi {vr} :: to calm down
abbonitosi {v} :: past participle of abbonirsi
abbono {m} :: Variant of abbuono
abbordabile {adj} :: approachable, accessible
abbordabile {adj} :: (of a price) reasonable, affordable
abbordabilità {f} :: accessibleness
abbordabilità {f} :: affordability, reasonableness
abbordabilmente {adv} :: approachably, accessibly
abbordabilmente {adv} :: (regarding a price) reasonably, affordably
abbordaggio {m} [nautical] /abborˈdaddʒo/ :: boarding
abbordaggio {m} :: approach
abbordante {v} :: present participle of abbordare
abbordare {vt} :: to go alongside or collide with a ship
abbordare {vt} :: to accost someone, to approach, to pick up
abbordare {vtt} [nautical] :: To capture an enemy ship by going alongside and grappling her, then invading her with a boarding party
abbordare {vt} :: to board
abbordatore {adj} [nautical] :: boarding (attributive)
abbordo {m} [nautical] :: boarding, collision
abbordo {m} :: approach
abborracciamento {m} :: a botched job
abborracciante {v} :: present participle of abborracciare
abborracciare {vt} :: To bungle or botch (do something badly and quickly)
abborracciatamente {adv} :: In a bungled or botched manner
abborracciato {adj} :: bungled, botched
abborracciatore {m} :: botcher
abborracciatrice {f} :: botcher (female)
abborracciatura {f} :: botch
abborracciona {f} :: botcher (female)
abborraccione {m} :: botcher
abborrante {v} :: present participle of abborrare
abborrare {v} :: To stuff
abborrare {v} :: To quilt
abborrente {v} :: present participle of abborrire
abborrire {v} :: alternative spelling of aborrire
abbottinante {v} :: present participle of abbottinare
abbottinare {v} :: To plunder, pillage
abbottonante {v} :: present participle of abbottonare
abbottonantesi {v} :: present participle of abbottonarsi
abbottonare {vt} :: to button (do up the buttons on a coat, etc.)
abbottonarsi {v} :: reflexive of abbottonare
abbottonarsi {vr} :: to button, button up
abbottonatamente {adv} :: cautiously, prudently
abbottonato {adj} :: buttoned, buttoned up
abbottonato {adj} [figurative, of a person] :: reserved
abbottonatosi {v} :: past participle of abbottonarsi
abbottonatura {f} :: buttons [as a class]
abbozzacchiante {v} :: present participle of abbozzacchiare
abbozzacchiare {v} :: To sketch or outline incompletely
abbozzamento {m} :: sketching; sketch
abbozzante {v} :: present participle of abbozzare
abbozzare {vt} :: to sketch
abbozzare {vt} :: to outline
abbozzatamente {adv} :: sketchily
abbozzaticcio {adj} :: sketchy
abbozzato {adj} :: sketchy
abbozzatore {m} [art] :: sketcher (sketch artist)
abbozzatura {f} :: sketch
abbozzo {m} :: sketch, outline, draft
abbozzo {m} [wiki] :: stub
abbozzolante {v} :: present participle of abbozzolarsi
abbozzolantesi {v} :: present participle of abbozzolarsi
abbozzolarsi {vr} :: to spin a cocoon
abbozzolarsi {vr} :: to become lumpy
abbozzolatosi {v} :: past participle of abbozzolarsi
abbracciabile {adj} :: embraceable
abbracciabosco {m} :: honeysuckle
abbracciafusto {adj} [botany, of a leaf] :: clasping or decurrent (whose lower part surrounds the stem)
abbracciamento {m} :: An extended hug or embrace
abbracciamento {m} [botany] :: clinging
abbracciamento {m} :: choice of a profession
abbracciante {v} :: present participle of abbracciare
abbracciantesi {v} :: present participle of abbracciarsi
abbracciar {v} :: apocopic form of abbracciare
abbracciare {vt} /abːraˈtːʃaːre/ :: to embrace someone or something
abbracciare {vt} :: to hug
abbracciarsi {v} :: reflexive of abbracciare
abbracciarsi {v} :: to embrace each other, hug one another
abbracciatosi {v} :: past participle of abbracciarsi
abbraccio {m} :: embrace, hug
abbraccio {m} :: brace (that which holds tightly)
abbraccione {m} :: busybody
abbraciante {v} :: present participle of abbraciare
abbraciare {v} :: To reduce to embers
abbraciare {v} :: To kindle or inflame
abbrancante {v} :: present participle of abbrancare
abbrancantesi {v} :: present participle of abbrancarsi
abbrancare {vt} :: To grasp or seize
abbrancarsi {vt} :: To grab hold (of)
abbrancatosi {v} :: past participle of abbrancarsi
abbreviabile {adj} :: shortenable
abbreviamento {m} :: shortening
abbreviante {v} :: present participle of abbreviare
abbreviare {vt} :: To abbreviate or shorten
abbreviatamente {adv} :: abbreviatedly
abbreviativo {adj} :: abbreviating, shortening
abbreviato {adj} :: abbreviated
abbreviato {adj} :: shortened
abbreviatore {m} :: abbreviator
abbreviatura {f} :: initialism
abbreviazione {f} :: abbreviation, initialism, acronym, short (for)
abbriccante {v} :: present participle of abbriccare
abbriccare {v} :: To deal (someone) a series of blows or beatings
abbrigliante {v} :: present participle of abbrigliare
abbrigliare {v} :: To harness or bridle (a horse etc)
abbrivante {v} :: present participle of abbrivare
abbrivare {v} [of a boat or aircraft] :: To get underway and pick up speed
abbriviante {v} :: present participle of abbriviare
abbriviare {vt} [nautical] :: to get underway, or to pick up speed
abbrividente {v} :: present participle of abbrividire
abbrividire {v} :: alternative form of rabbrividire
abbrivio {m} :: Variant of abbrivo
abbrivo {m} :: headway
abbronzamento {m} :: tanning
abbronzante {v} :: present participle of abbronzare
abbronzante {adj} :: suntan (attributive)
abbronzante {m} :: suntan cream
abbronzante {m} :: suntan oil
abbronzantesi {v} :: present participle of abbronzarsi
abbronzare {v} /ab.bronˈd͡za.re/ :: to tan
abbronzarsi {vr} /ab.bronˈd͡zar.si/ :: to tan (oneself)
abbronzatosi {v} :: past participle of abbronzarsi
abbronzatura {f} :: tanning
abbronzatura {f} :: sunbathing
abbronzatura {f} :: tan, suntan
abbrostolante {v} :: present participle of abbrostolare
abbrostolare {v} :: alternative form of abbrustolare
abbrostolente {v} :: present participle of abbrostolire
abbrostolire {v} :: alternative form of abbrustolire
abbruciacchiamento {m} :: singeing, scorching
abbruciacchiamento {m} :: withering
abbruciacchiante {v} :: present participle of abbruciacchiare
abbruciacchiare {vt} :: To singe, to scorch
abbruciacchiare {vt} :: To wither
abbruciamento {m} [rare] :: alternative form of bruciamento
abbruciamento {m} :: stubble burning
abbruciante {v} :: present participle of abbruciare
abbruciare {vt} :: To burn (variant of bruciare)
abbruciaticcio {adj} :: slightly burnt
abbrumante {v} :: present participle of abbrumare
abbrumare {vi} :: To corrode (especially the hull of a ship)
abbrunamento {m} :: blackout (deliberate)
abbrunamento {m} :: darkening
abbrunante {v} :: present participle of abbrunare
abbrunantesi {v} :: present participle of abbrunarsi
abbrunare {vt} :: To drape with black
abbrunare {v} [impersonal] :: To get dark
abbrunarsi {vr} :: To wear mourning
abbrunarsi {v} [impersonal] :: To get dark
abbrunatosi {v} :: past participle of abbrunarsi
abbrunente {v} :: present participle of abbrunire
abbrunimento {m} :: tanning
abbrunimento {m} :: burnishing
abbrunire {vt} :: to tan
abbrunire {vt} :: to burnish
abbruscante {v} :: present participle of abbruscare
abbruscare {v} :: To toast (burn)
abbrusciante {v} :: present participle of abbrusciare
abbrusciare {v} :: to toast
abbrustiante {v} :: present participle of abbrustiare
abbrustiare {v} :: To toast (burn)
abbrustiatura {f} :: napping (of cloth)
abbrustolante {v} :: present participle of abbrustolare
abbrustolare {v} :: rare form of abbrustolire
abbrustolente {v} :: present participle of abbrustolire
abbrustolentesi {v} :: present participle of abbrustolirsi
abbrustolimento {m} :: toasting
abbrustolimento {m} :: roasting
abbrustolire {vt} :: to roast, to toast
abbrustolirsi {vr} :: To roast (in the sun)
abbrustolitosi {v} :: past participle of abbrustolirsi
abbrutente {v} :: present participle of abbrutire
abbrutente {adj} :: brutalising
abbrutentesi {v} :: present participle of abbrutirsi
abbrutimento {m} :: exhaustion
abbrutimento {m} :: degradation
abbrutire {v} :: to exhaust; to degrade; to stultify
abbrutire {v} :: to brutalize
abbrutirsi {vr} :: To become brutalized
abbrutitosi {v} :: past participle of abbrutirsi
abbruttente {v} :: present participle of abbruttire
abbruttentesi {v} :: present participle of abbruttirsi
abbruttimento {m} :: alternative form of imbruttimento
abbruttire {vt} :: to brutalize
abbruttirsi {vr} :: To become brutalized
abbruttitosi {v} :: past participle of abbruttirsi
abbuffante {v} :: present participle of abbuffarsi
abbuffantesi {v} :: present participle of abbuffarsi
abbuffarsi {vr} :: to stuff oneself (eat too much)
abbuffarsi {vr} :: to binge (rapidly and excessively consume food)
abbuffata {f} :: binge (rapid and excessive consumption of food), binge eating
abbuffatosi {v} :: past participle of abbuffarsi
abbuiamento {m} :: darkening
abbuiante {v} :: present participle of abbuiare
abbuiantesi {v} :: present participle of abbuiarsi
abbuiare {v} :: to darken
abbuiarsi {vr} :: To grow dark; to darken
abbuiatosi {v} :: past participle of abbuiarsi
abbuonante {v} :: present participle of abbuonare
abbuonare {vt} :: Variant of abbonare
abbuono {m} :: discount
abbuono {m} [horse racing] :: handicap
abbuono {m} [cicle racing] :: time bonus
abburattamento {m} :: sifting, sieving
abburattante {v} :: present participle of abburattare
abburattare {vt} :: To sift or sieve
abburattatore {m} :: siever, sifter (person)
abburattatura {f} :: sieving, sifting (action, and result)
abburattatura {f} :: bran (produced by sifting)
abbuzzente {v} :: present participle of abbuzzire
abbuzzire {v} [rare] :: synonym of rimpinzare
abc {m} :: abc, alphabet
abcaso {adj} :: Abkhaz, Abkhazian
abciximab {m} :: abciximab
Abdenago {prop} :: given name
Abdera {n} /ˈab.de.ra/ :: Abdera (ancient city in Thracia)
abderita {adj} /ab.deˈri.ta/ :: Of or pertaining to Abdera
abderita {mf} :: Abderite (inhabitant or native of Abdera)
abderitismo {m} [philosophy] :: abderitism
Abdia {prop} [Biblical character] :: Obadiah
Abdia {prop} :: given name
abdicante {v} :: present participle of abdicare
abdicare {vi} :: to abdicate
abdicare {vi} :: to renounce
abdicatario {adj} :: abdicated
abdicatore {m} :: abdicator
abdicatrice {f} :: abdicator (female)
abdicazione {f} :: abdication
Abdieso {prop} :: given name
Abdone {prop} :: given name
abduano {adj} :: Relating to the river Adda
abducente {v} :: present participle of abdurre
abdurre {vt} [anatomy] :: To abduct
abduttivo {adj} [logic] :: abductive
abduttore {adj} [anatomy] :: abductive
abduzione {f} [anatomy] :: abduction (physiology: movement separating limb from axis)
abduzione {f} [logic] :: syllogism
Abèl {prop} :: Abel (medieval spelling of Abele)
abelaggio {m} [historical] :: The right of a feudal lord to the beehives found in the woods of his vassals
Abelardo {prop} :: Abelard
Abele {prop} :: given name
abeliano {adj} :: Abelian
abelisauride {m} :: abelisaurid
a bella posta {adv} :: on purpose, intentionally, deliberately
abelmosco {m} /a.belˈmɔs.ko/ :: musk mallow (Malva moschata)
abelmosco {m} :: abelmosk (Abelmoschus moschatus)
abento {m} [obsolete] :: peace, repose, tranquillity
abenula {f} [anatomy] :: habenula
Abenzio {prop} :: given name
Abercio {prop} :: given name
aberlusconiano {m} [politics] :: An opponent of the policies of Silvio Berlusconi
aberlusconismo {m} [politics] :: A movement that opposes the policies of Silvio Berlusconi
aberrante {adj} :: aberrant
aberrante {v} :: present participle of it
aberranza {f} :: aberrance
aberrare {vi} :: To stray, to deviate
aberrazionale {adj} :: aberrational
aberrazione {m} :: aberration
aberrazione astronomica {f} :: alternative form of aberrazione della luce
aberrazione della luce {f} [astronomy] :: aberration of light
aberrazione stellare {f} :: alternative form of aberrazione della luce
aberrometria {f} :: aberrometry
abetaia {f} :: fir wood (forest)
abete {m} [plant] /aˈbe.te/ :: fir, fir tree, particularly the silver fir (Abies alba)
abete {m} :: deal (fir wood)
abetella {f} :: A pole of fir or larch, used in carpentry and construction
abetina {f} :: fir wood (forest)
abetino {adj} :: fir wood (attributive)
abeto {m} :: alternative form of abete
Abetone {prop} :: A small town in the Pistoia province of Tuscany
abetonese {adj} :: Of or from Abetone
abeyas {m} :: abaya
Abia {prop} :: given name
Abia {prop} :: given name
abiatica {f} :: granddaughter
abiatico {m} :: grandchild
abiatico {m} [by extension] :: ancestor
Abibo {prop} :: given name
Abibone {prop} :: given name
abicì {m} :: alternative form of abbiccì
abietico {adj} :: abietic
abietinico {adj} :: abietinic
abiettamente {adv} :: abjectly, despicably
abiettante {v} :: present participle of abiettare
abiettare {v} :: synonym of spregiare
abiettezza {f} :: meanness, vileness, abjectness
abiettitudine {f} :: meanness, vileness, abjectness
abietto {adj} :: abject, despicable
abiezione {f} /a.bjetˈt͡sjo.ne/ :: abjection (low or downcast condition)
Abigaille {prop} [rare] :: given name, a variant of Abigail
abigeatario {m} /a.bi.d͡ʒe.aˈta.rjo/ :: cattle thief, rustler
abigeato {m} [chiefly historical] /a.bi.d͡ʒeˈa.to/ :: abigeat, cattle-theft, rustling
-abile {suffix} :: -able, -ible
abile {adj} :: skilful
abile {adj} :: clever
abile {adj} :: able, fit
Abilio {prop} :: given name
abilissimo {adj} :: superlative of abile
abilissimo {adj} :: very skilful
abilissimo {adj} :: very clever
abilità {f} :: ability, skill
abilità {f} :: cleverness
abilitante {v} :: present participle of abilitare
abilitante {adj} :: qualifying
abilitare {vt} :: To qualify someone for something, or to do something
abilitare {vt} :: To enable (to activate a function of an electronic or mechanical device)
abilitativo {adj} :: qualifying
abilitato {adj} :: qualified
abilitazione {f} :: qualification
abilitazione {f} :: license
abilitazione {f} :: activation
abilmente {adv} :: cleverly, skilfully, deftly, smartly
Abimelech {prop} [Biblical character] :: Abimelech
abiogenesi {f} [biology] :: abiogenesis
abiogeneticamente {adv} :: abiogenetically
abiogenetico {adj} :: abiogenetic
abiogenetista {f} :: abiogenist
abiogenista {mf} :: abiogenist
abiologicamente {adv} :: abiologically
abiologico {adj} :: abiological
abiosfera {f} :: abiosphere
abiosi {f} :: abiosis
abioticamente {adv} :: abiotically
abiotico {adj} :: abiotic
a bisdosso {adv} :: bareback (without a saddle)
abissale {adj} :: abyssal
abissale {adj} :: bottomless, unfathomable
abissante {v} :: present participle of abissare
abissare {v} :: To plunge or to sink into the abyss
Abissinia {prop} :: Abyssinia
abissino {adj} :: Abyssinian
abissino {m} :: Abyssinian (Native of Abyssinia and the domestic cat)
abisso {m} /aˈbis.so/ :: abyss, gulf
abitabile {adj} :: habitable, inhabitable, livable
abitabilità {f} :: habitability
abitacolo {m} :: cabin (part of car used by driver and passengers; part of aircraft used by pilot)
abitagione {f} :: alternative form of abitazione
abitante {v} /a.biˈtan.te/ :: present participle of it: inhabiting
abitante {mf} :: inhabitant
abitante {mf} :: denizen
abitante {mf} :: occupant
abitare {vi} :: to reside
abitare {vt} :: to live in, or inhabit a place
abitativo {adj} :: housing
abitativo {adj} :: living
abitato {adj} :: occupied (house etc)
abitato {m} :: built-up area
abitato {m} :: town, village
abitator {m} /a.bi.taˈtor/ :: apocopic form of abitatore: inhabitant, dweller
abitatore {m} [literary] /a.bi.taˈto.re/ :: inhabitant, dweller
abitatrice {f} :: (female) inhabitant, dweller
abitazione {f} :: habitation
abitazione {f} :: residence, house
abitazione isolata {f} :: alternative form of casa isolata
abitino {m} :: dress
abitino {m} :: scapular
abito {m} /ˈa.bi.to/ :: garment
abito {m} :: dress (of a woman)
abito {m} :: suit (of a man)
abito {m} :: habit (of a monk or nun)
abito {m} [zoology] :: coat (of an animal), especially a bird's plumage
abito {m} [Christianity] :: scapular
abito {m} :: aptitude, bent
abito {m} [literary] :: habit (action done on a regular basis)
abito {m} [literary] :: bearing, appearance
abito {m} [Aristotelic philosophy] :: Disposition to be or act in a certain way
abito {m} [medicine] :: The characteristics of the body's shape
abito {m} [zoology] :: habitus
abito {m} [crystallography] :: The predominant simple shape in a crystal
abito camicia {m} :: coatdress
abito da sposa {m} :: wedding dress
abito monacale {n} :: frock
abito monacale {n} :: monk's habit
abito monacale {n} :: nun's habit
abito talare {n} :: cassock, frock
abito talare {n} :: priest's habit
abito talare {n} :: An item of clerical clothing: a long, sheath-like, close-fitting, ankle-length robe worn by clergy members of some Christian denominations
abituale {adj} :: habitual, usual, regular
abitualità {f} :: habitualness
abitualmente {adv} :: usually, habitually
abituante {v} :: present participle of abituare
abituantesi {v} :: present participle of abituarsi
abituare {vt} :: to accustom
abituarsi {vr} :: To get used or to get accustomed (to something)
abituato {adj} /a.bi.tuˈ.a.to/ :: used (to)
abituato {adj} [archaic] :: habitual, usual
abituato {adj} [rare] :: habited, dressed
abituatosi {v} :: past participle of abituarsi
abituazione {f} :: habituation
abitudinale {adj} :: usual, regular
abitudinariamente {adv} :: habitually
abitudinario {adj} :: habitual
abitudinario {m} :: creature of habit
abitudine {f} :: habit, practice (customary behaviour)
abitudine {f} :: custom
abitudine {f} :: routine
abituro {m} [literary] :: hovel
abituro {m} [literary] :: abode, dwelling
abiura {f} :: abjuration
abiurante {v} :: present participle of abiurare
abiurare {vt} :: To abjure
abiuratore {m} :: abjurer
abiuratrice {f} :: abjurer (female)
a bizzeffe {adv} /a‿b.bidˈdzɛf.fe/ :: in abundance, galore
a bizzeffe {adv} [by extension] :: two a penny, dime a dozen
abkhaza {f} :: Abkhazian (female)
Abkhazia {prop} :: Abkhazia
abkhazo {adj} :: Abkhazian
abkhazo {m} :: Abkhazian
abkhazo {prop} :: The Abkhazian language
ablaqueazione {f} [agriculture] :: The act or process of laying bare the roots of trees; ablaqueation
ablativamente {adv} [grammar] :: ablatively
ablativo {adj} [grammar] :: ablative
ablativo {m} [grammar] :: ablative
ablazione {f} [biology, geology, physics] :: ablation
ablefaria {f} [pathology] :: ablepharia, ablepharon
ablegazione {f} :: ablegation
abluzione {f} :: ablution
abnegatore {m} [rare] :: abnegator
abnegatrice {f} [rare] :: abnegator (female)
abnegazione {f} :: abnegation, self-sacrifice
abnorme {adj} /abˈnɔr.me/ :: abnormal
abnorme {adj} :: extraordinary
abnormemente {adv} :: abnormally
abnormità {f} :: a monster in the form of a human abnormality
abolente {v} :: present participle of abolire
abolibile {adj} :: abolishable, annullable
abolire {vt} :: to abolish
abolire {vt} :: to abrogate
abolire {vt} :: to annul
abolitivo {adj} :: abolishing
abolitore {m} [rare] :: abolisher
abolitrice {f} [rare] :: abolisher (female)
abolizione {f} :: abolition
abolizione {f} :: abrogation
abolizionismo {m} :: abolitionism
abolizionista {adj} :: abolitionist
abolizionista {mf} :: abolitionist
abolizionistico {adj} :: abolitionist
abomasale {adj} [zoology] :: abomasal
abomaso {m} [zoology] :: abomasum
abominabile {adj} /a.bo.miˈna.bi.le/ :: abominable
abominante {v} :: present participle of abominare
abominare {vt} [literary] :: To abhor, to detest, to loathe
abominatore {m} :: abhorrer, detester, loather
abominazione {f} :: abomination
abominevole {adj} /a.bo.miˈne.vo.le/ :: abominable
abominevole uomo delle nevi {m} :: abominable snowman
abominevolmente {adv} :: abominably
abominio {m} :: abomination
abondante {v} :: present participle of abondare
abondare {v} :: alternative form of abbondare
abondevole {adj} /a.bonˈde.vo.le/ :: obsolete form of abbondevole
aborale {adj} [anatomy, zoology] :: aboral
aboralmente {adv} [anatomy, zoology] :: aborally
a bordo {adv} :: aboard, on board
aborigena {f} :: feminine noun of aborigeno
aborigeno {adj} :: aboriginal
aborigeno {m} :: aborigine, aboriginal
aborrente {v} :: present participle of aborrire
aborrevole {adj} :: detestable, repugnant (worthy of abhorrence)
aborrimento {m} :: abhorrence, loathing
aborrire {vt} /a.borˈri.re/ :: to abhor, to detest, to loathe
aborrire {v} [da] :: To be averse (to)
aborritore {m} :: abhorrer
abortente {v} :: present participle of abortire
abortire {vi} :: to abort or have a miscarriage
abortire {vi} :: (but takes avere) to fail; not to develop
abortista {mf} :: abortionist
abortivo {adj} :: abortive
abortivo {m} :: abortifacient
aborto {m} :: abortion, miscarriage
Abraàm {prop} /ab.ra.ˈam/ :: medieval spelling of Abramo
a braccetto {adv} :: arm in arm
a braccia conserte {adv} :: with arms folded
abradente {v} :: present participle of abradere
abradere {vt} :: to rasp, abrade
abramide {m} [zoology, ichthyology] :: bream (of genus Abramis)
abramide comune {m} [zoology, ichthyology] :: bream (of genus Abramis)
Abramio {prop} :: given name
abramita {m} :: Abrahamite
abramitico {adj} :: Abrahamic
Abramo {prop} [Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Baha'i] /aˈbra.mo/ :: Abraham
Abramo {prop} :: given name
abrasione {f} :: abrasion, chafe
abrasività {f} :: abrasiveness, abrasivity
abrasivo {adj} :: abrasive
abreazione {f} [psychoanalysis] :: abreaction
abregé {m} :: reduction, summary, extract (of a text)
a breve {adv} :: soon, shortly
a breve {adv} :: short-term
a breve termine {adv} :: short-term
a breve termine {adv} :: stopgap
a briglia sciolta {adv} :: free rein
a briglia sciolta {adv} :: at full speed
abrogabile {adj} :: repealable
abrogante {v} :: present participle of abrogare
abrogare {v} :: To abrogate
abrogativo {adj} :: abrogative
abrogato {adj} :: abrogated
abrogatorio {adj} :: rescinding
abrogazione {f} :: abrogation, repeal
abrogazionista {mf} :: A person who supports the repeal of a law; abolitionist
abronema {f} :: habronema (stomach parasite of genus Habronema)
abronemiasi {f} :: habronemiasis (infestation by Habronema parasites)
abrostine {m} :: fox grape (Vitis labrusca)
abrostine {m} :: wild vine
abrotanino {adj} /a.bro.taˈni.no/ :: only used in senecione abrotanino
abrotano {m} :: southernwood (Artemisia abrotanum)
a bruciapelo {adv} :: point-blank
a brutto muso {adv} :: determinately, brutally
abruzzese {adj} :: of, from, or relating to Abruzzo or the Abruzzi
abruzzese {mf} :: Native or inhabitant of Abruzzo or the Abruzzi
abruzzese {m} [singular only] :: The dialect of this region
Abruzzo {prop} :: Abruzzo [region]
Absalone {prop} :: alternative form of Assalonne
absburgico {adj} :: Variant of asburgico
Absburgo {prop} :: Hapsburg / Habsburg
absidale {adj} :: apsidal
abside {m} [architecture] :: apse
absidiola {f} :: apsidole
Abudemio {prop} :: given name
abugida {m} :: abugida
abulia {f} [medicine] /a.buˈli.a/ :: abulia
abulia {f} :: apathy, idleness
abulicamente {adv} :: apathetically
abulicità {f} :: aboulia, apathy, idleness
abulico {adj} :: aboulic
abulico {adj} :: apathetic
a buon fine {adv} :: successful, efficacious, effective, fruitful, rewarding, accomplished, profitable
a buon intenditor poche parole {proverb} :: word to the wise, a nod is as good as a wink
a buon mercato {adj} :: cheap
a buon rendere {phrase} :: thank you very much; I owe you one
abusante {v} :: present participle of abusare
abusare {vi} /abuˈzare/ :: to abuse or take advantage of something / someone
abusivamente {adv} :: illegally, without authorization, without permission
abusivismo {m} :: unauthorized activity (illegal street-trading etc)
abusivista {mf} :: An illegal or unauthorized person (in any of several contexts)
abusività {f} :: illegality
abusivo {adj} :: illegal, unauthorized, unlicensed
abuso {m} /aˈbuzo/ :: overuse
abuso {m} :: abuse, misuse
a.C. {abbr} :: abbreviation of avanti Cristo BC
AC {n} :: anno Christi
AC {n} :: associazione calcio (football club)
AC {adj} :: avanti Cristo
AC45 {n} [sports] :: AC45 (America's Cup class)
AC72 {n} [sports] :: AC72 (America's Cup class developed for the 2013 America's Cup)
AC90 {n} :: AC90
acacia {f} :: acacia (tree)
Acacio {prop} :: given name
acadico {adj} :: Acadian
acagiù {m} /a.kaˈd͡ʒu/ :: mahogany (tree, wood)
acagiù {m} :: cashew (tree, wood)
Acaia {prop} :: Achaea
acaico {adj} :: Relating to Acaia
acaico {adj} :: Relating to the Achei
acalasia {f} [medicine] :: achalasia
acantite {f} [mineralogy] :: acanthite
acanto {m} [plant, architecture] :: acanthus (Acanthus mollis)
acantodo {m} [zoology, ichthyology] :: acanthodian extinct fish (Acanthodii)
acantofide {m} :: common death adder (Acanthophis antarcticus)
acantolisi {f} [pathology] :: acantholysis
acanzio {m} [plant] /aˈkan.t͡sjo/ :: cotton thistle (Onopordum acanthium)
acapnia {f} [medicine] :: acapnia
a capo {m} :: new paragraph; new line
a capofitto {adv} :: headlong, headfirst
a capofitto {adv} :: head over heels
a capofitto {adv} :: full speed ahead
a cappella {adv} [music] :: a cappella
acarbosio {m} :: acarbose
acariasi {f} [medicine] :: acariasis
acaricida {adj} :: acaricidal
acaricida {m} :: acaricide
acaride {m} :: acarid
Acario {prop} :: given name
acariosi {f} [medicine] :: acariasis
acaro {m} /ˈakaro/ :: mite
acaro {m} :: (plural, zoology) order of mites
acarofobia {f} :: acarophobia
acaroide {f} :: acaroid resin
a casaccio {adv} :: at random
a casaccio {adv} :: anyhow
a casaccio {adv} :: every which way
a casa del diavolo {adv} [idiomatic] :: all the way to Egery and back
a casa del diavolo {adv} :: The long way; a roundabout route; a long distance to travel
a caso {adv} :: at random, randomly, haphazardly
a catafascio {adv} :: random, upside down
a catafascio {adv} :: every which way
acatalessia {f} :: acatalepsy
acatalettico {adj} :: acataleptic
acataletto {adj} :: acatalectic
acatartofobia {f} :: A fear of dirt or of uncleaned surfaces
acatisia {f} [medicine] :: akathisia
acato {m} /ˈa.ka.to/ :: alternative form of acazio
acattolico {adj} :: non-Catholic
acattolico {m} :: non-Catholic person
acaule {adj} [botany] :: acaulous
a causa di {prep} :: because of, due to, on account of
acausalità {f} :: acausality
a cavalcioni {adv} :: astride
a caval donato non si guarda in bocca {proverb} :: you don't look a gift horse in the mouth
a cavallo {prep} :: on horseback of; (to ride) a horse
a cavallo {prep} [idiomatic] :: around (a time period or a place), at the turn of (a time period or a place)
acazio {m} [nautical] /aˈkat.t͡sjo/ :: acatus
Acazio {prop} :: given name
acca {f} /ˈak.ka/ :: letter: h; aitch
accada {f} :: Akkadian (female)
accademia {f} :: academy
accademia delle scienze {f} :: Academy of Sciences
accademia militare {f} :: military academy
accademia militare {f} :: army academy
accademia navale {f} :: naval academy
accademia nazionale {f} :: national academy
accademicamente {adv} :: academically
accademicamente {adv} :: theoretically
accademicismo {m} :: academicism
accademico {m} :: academician
accademico {adj} :: academic
accademico {adj} :: pedantic
accademismo {m} [arts] :: academicism
accademista {m} :: cadet (military)
accadere {v} [impersonal] :: to happen
accadico {adj} :: Akkadian
accadico {prop} :: Akkadian (language)
accadimento {m} :: event
accado {adj} :: Akkadian
accado {m} :: Akkadian
accaduto {m} :: event, happening
accaffante {v} :: present participle of accaffare
accaffare {v} /ak.kafˈfa.re/ :: to seize, to pilfer
accagionante {v} :: present participle of accagionare
accagionare {v} :: To blame, accuse
accagionare {v} :: To impute
accagliamento {m} :: curdling (of milk)
accagliamento {m} :: coagulation
accagliamento {m} :: condensation, densification
accagliante {v} :: present participle of accagliare
accagliare {vt} :: To curdle (milk)
accagliatura {f} :: curdling
accagliatura {f} :: coagulation
accalappiacani {m} :: dogcatcher
accalappiamento {m} :: catching, snaring
accalappiamento {m} :: trickery, deception, deceit
accalappiante {v} :: present participle of accalappiare
accalappiare {vt} :: To catch (a person or animal)
accalappiatore {m} :: trickster, deceiver
accalappiatura {f} :: catching, snaring
accalappiatura {f} :: trickery, deception, deceit
accalcante {v} :: present participle of accalcare
accalcantesi {v} :: present participle of accalcarsi
accalcare {vt} :: To cram or pack
accalcarsi {vr} :: To crowd or throng
accalcatosi {v} :: past participle of accalcarsi
accaldantesi {v} :: present participle of accaldarsi
accaldarsi {vr} :: to get hot
accaldarsi {vr} :: to get heated or excited
accaldatosi {v} :: past participle of accaldarsi
accallante {v} :: present participle of accallare
accallare {v} :: synonym of socchiudere
accaloramento {m} :: excitation
accalorante {v} :: present participle of accalorare
accalorantesi {v} :: present participle of accalorarsi
accalorare {vt} :: To stir up or excite
accalorarsi {vr} :: To get excited or worked up
accaloratamente {adv} :: excitedly
accalorato {adj} :: excited
accaloratosi {v} :: past participle of accalorarsi
accalorente {v} :: present participle of accalorire
accalorire {v} [rare] :: alternative form of accalorare
accambiante {v} :: present participle of accambiare
accambiare {v} :: To barter, exchange
accampamento {m} :: camp, encampment (military)
accampamento {m} :: campsite
accampanante {v} :: present participle of accampanare
accampanare {v} :: To arrange the branches of a vine into the shape of a bell
accampanato {adj} [heraldry] :: belled
accampante {v} :: present participle of accampare
accampantesi {v} :: present participle of accamparsi
accampare {vt} /ak.kamˈpa.re/ :: to encamp
accampare {vt} [figurative] :: to assert, advance, put forward [a proposition, etc.]
accampare {vi} [literary] :: to stand out
accamparsi {vr} :: To camp out (especially to travel with a tent)
accampatosi {v} :: past participle of accamparsi
accampionamento {m} :: land registration
accampionante {v} :: present participle of accampionare
accampionare {v} :: To register land
accanalante {v} :: present participle of accanalare
accanalare {v} :: To channel, slot, groove
accanante {v} :: present participle of accanare
accanare {v} :: to stalk with dogs
accanare {v} :: to harass
accanare {v} :: to persecute
accaneggiante {v} :: present participle of accaneggiare
accaneggiare {v} :: To stalk with dogs
accaneggiare {v} :: To harass
accaneggiare {v} :: To persecute
accanente {v} :: present participle of accanirsi
accanentesi {v} :: present participle of accanirsi
accanimento {m} :: fury
accanimento {m} :: tenacity, perseverance
accanire {v} :: alternative form of accanare
accanirsi {vr} :: to rage (against)
accanirsi {vr} :: to persist (in)
accanitamente {adv} :: fiercely
accanitamente {adv} :: assiduously, doggedly
accanito {adj} :: fierce
accanito {adj} :: assiduous, dogged
accanito {adj} :: inveterate
accanito {adj} :: keen, cutthroat
accanitosi {v} :: past participle of accanirsi
accanto {adv} :: nearby
accanto {adv} :: next door
accanto {prep} :: beside
accanto {prep} :: next to
accantonamento {m} :: Something (especially an amount of money) put to one side
accantonamento {m} :: The shelving of a plan; the leaving aside of an argument
accantonante {v} :: present participle of accantonare
accantonare {vt} :: to set aside, to put aside, to shelve
accaparramento {m} :: hoarding
accaparramento {m} :: buying up, cornering
accaparrante {v} :: present participle of accaparrare
accaparrantesi {v} :: present participle of accaparrarsi
accaparrare {vt} :: to hoard
accaparrare {vt} :: to secure [e.g. an acquisition, a seat]
accaparrare {vt} :: to gain [something]
accaparrare {vt} :: to buy up, corner the market
accaparrarsi {vr} :: To procure for oneself; to snap up
accaparratore {m} :: hoarder
accaparratore {m} :: forestaller, profiteer
accaparratosi {v} :: past participle of accaparrarsi
accaparratrice {f} :: hoarder (female)
accaparratrice {f} :: (female) forestaller, profiteer
accapezzante {v} :: present participle of accapezzare
accapezzare {v} :: To round off stones so that they fit together (for road building etc)
accapigliamento {m} :: scuffle, brawl
accapigliante {v} :: present participle of accapigliarsi
accapigliantesi {v} :: present participle of accapigliarsi
accapigliare {v} :: To squabble, brawl
accapigliare {v} :: To litigate
accapigliarsi {vr} :: to squabble, scuffle or come to blows
accapigliarsi {vr} :: to quarrel or wrangle
accapigliatosi {v} :: past participle of accapigliarsi
accapigliatura {f} :: squabble
accapigliatura {f} :: brawl
accapo {m} :: alternative spelling of a capo
accapottante {v} :: present participle of accapottare
accapottare {vt} :: To overturn
accappatoio {m} /ak.kap.paˈto.jo/ :: bathrobe, dressing gown, cover-up
accappiante {v} :: present participle of accappiare
accappiare {v} :: To make a slip knot or noose; to tighten such a knot
accappiare {v} :: To deceive or draw into a trap
accappiatura {f} :: The tightening of a noose
accappiatura {f} :: noose, slip knot
accappiatura {f} :: trap
accappiettante {v} :: present participle of accappiettare
accappiettare {v} :: To tie / close with a slip knot
accapponante {v} :: present participle of accapponare
accapponare {vt} :: to caponize (castrate a cockerel)
accapponare {vt} [nautical] :: to cat (hoist an anchor onto the cathead)
accapponare {vi} :: to have / give goosebumps / goosepimples
accapponatura {f} :: caponizing
accappucciante {v} :: present participle of accappucciare
accappucciare {v} :: synonym of incappucciare
accaprettante {v} :: present participle of accaprettare
accaprettare {v} :: To hobble a horse or similar animal by tying its legs together
accapricciante {v} :: present participle of accapricciare
accapricciare {v} /ak.ka.pritˈt͡ʃa.re/ :: alternative form of raccapricciare: to shudder
Accardo {prop} :: surname of Norman French origin, equivalent to the English Ackert or German Eckert
accareggiante {v} :: present participle of accareggiare
accareggiare {v} :: alternative form of accarezzare
accarezzamento {m} :: caressing, fondling
accarezzante {v} :: present participle of accarezzare
accarezzantesi {v} :: present participle of accarezzarsi
accarezzare {vt} :: to caress, fondle
accarezzare {vt} :: to stroke
accarezzare {vt} :: to toy with
accarezzarsi {v} :: reflexive of accarezzare
accarezzarsi {vr} :: to caress [one another, or one's hair, etc.]
accarezzatore {m} :: caresser, fondler
accarezzatosi {v} :: past participle of accarezzarsi
accarezzevole {adj} :: sweet, endearing
accarezzevole {adj} :: affectionate, amorous
accarnante {v} :: present participle of accarnare
accarnare {vt} [it, archaic] /ak.karˈna.re/ :: To stab or pierce
accarnare {vi} [it, archaic] :: To penetrate the flesh
accarnare {vt} [it, archaic, figurative] :: To understand deeply
accarpionante {v} :: present participle of accarpionare
accarpionare {v} :: alternative form of carpionare
accartocciamento {m} :: leaf roll
accartocciamento {m} :: curl
accartocciante {v} :: present participle of accartocciare
accartocciantesi {v} :: present participle of accartocciarsi
accartocciare {vt} :: to roll up, screw up or scrunch (paper)
accartocciarsi {vr} :: To curl up (paper)
accartocciatore {adj} :: That rolls up (leaves, paper etc)
accartocciatosi {v} :: past participle of accartocciarsi
accartocciatura {f} :: synonym of accartocciamento
accasamento {m} :: marriage, matrimony
accasante {v} :: present participle of accasare
accasantesi {v} :: present participle of accasarsi
accasare {vt} :: To marry
accasarsi {v} :: reflexive of accasare
accasarsi {vr} :: to marry
accasarsi {vr} :: to set up home
accasarsi {v} :: to settle down
accasato {adj} :: married
accasatosi {v} :: past participle of accasarsi
accasciamento {m} :: collapse
accasciamento {m} :: dejection, despondency
accasciante {v} :: present participle of accasciare
accasciantesi {v} :: present participle of accasciarsi
accasciare {vt} /ak.kaʃˈʃa.re/ :: To weaken
accasciarsi {v} /ak.kaʃˈʃar.si/ :: reflexive of accasciare
accasciarsi {vr} :: to collapse
accasciarsi {vr} [figurative] :: to lose heart
accasciatosi {v} :: past participle of accasciarsi
accasellante {v} :: present participle of accasellare
accasellare {v} :: alternative form of incasellare
accasermamento {m} :: barracking; quartering or lodging in barracks
accasermante {v} :: present participle of accasermare
accasermare {vt} :: To barrack; to quarter or lodge in barracks
accasermato {adj} :: quartered or lodged in barracks
accastellamento {m} :: heaping up
accastellamento {m} :: castellation (fortification as a castle)
accastellante {v} :: present participle of accastellare
accastellare {v} :: To castellate (fortify as a castle)
accastellare {v} :: To heap or pile (up); to stack
accastellinante {v} :: present participle of accastellinare
accastellinare {v} :: alternative form of accastellare
accatarramento {m} :: A chesty cold
accatarrante {v} :: present participle of accatarrare
accatarrare {v} :: To be stuffed up (with catarrh)
accatarratura {f} :: A chesty cold
accatastabile {adj} :: stackable
accatastabile {adj} :: That can registered (in the cadastre)
accatastabilità {f} :: stackability
accatastabilità {f} :: eligibility for registration (in the cadastre)
accatastamento {m} :: piling, stacking; pile, stack
accatastamento {m} :: registration
accatastante {v} :: present participle of accatastare
accatastare {vt} :: to stack, pile
accatastare {vt} :: to register (in the cadastre)
accatastatore {m} :: stacker
accattabrighe {mf} :: Variant of attaccabrighe
accattafieno {m} :: haystack, hayrick
accattamento {m} :: begging, scrounging
accattamori {mf} :: flirt, philanderer
accattante {v} :: present participle of accattare
accattapane {mf} :: synonym of accattone
accattare {vi} :: To beg
accattare {vt} :: To beg for
accattare {vt} :: To scrounge or cadge
accattare {vt} [regional] :: To buy
accattare {vt} [regional] :: To find
accattatore {m} :: beggar
accattatozi {n} :: synonym of accattone
accattivante {v} :: present participle of accattivare
accattivante {adj} :: captivating, engaging
accattivante {adj} :: catchy
accattivare {vt} :: To captivate, to win; alternative spelling of cattivare
accattivarsi {vr} :: To win, gain or earn or steal
accatto {m} :: begging
accatto {m} :: alms
accattolico {adj} :: unbelieving
accattolico {adj} :: Protestant
accattolico {m} :: unbeliever
accattolico {m} :: Protestant
accattona {f} :: beggar (female)
accattonaggio {m} :: begging
accattone {m} :: beggar
accattoneria {f} :: begging
accavalcante {v} :: present participle of accavalcare
accavalcare {v} :: To place one thing over another
accavalcare {v} :: To step over
accavalcare {v} :: To overcome
accavalcatura {f} :: The placing of one thing over another
accavalcatura {f} :: The loss of alignment of rows of movable typesetting
accavalciante {v} :: present participle of accavalciare
accavalciare {vt} :: to straddle
accavalciare {vt} :: to cross the legs
accavalcione {adv} :: alternative form of a cavalcioni
accavalcioni {adv} :: alternative form of a cavalcioni
accavallamento {m} :: overlap, overlapping
accavallamento {m} :: accumulation, piling up
accavallante {v} :: present participle of accavallare
accavallantesi {v} :: present participle of accavallarsi
accavallare {vt} :: to cross [the legs]
accavallare {vt} :: to overlap
accavallarsi {v} :: reflexive of accavallare
accavallarsi {v} :: to come out of place, disjointed
accavallarsi {v} :: to overlap
accavallatosi {v} :: past participle of accavallarsi
accavallatrice {f} [bookbinding] :: A machine that automatically sequences pages according to the book's segnatura
accavallatura {f} :: alternative form of accavalcatura
accavezzante {v} :: present participle of accavezzare
accavezzare {v} :: To tether
accecamento {m} :: blinding
accecante {v} :: present participle of accecare
accecante {adj} :: blinding, dazzling
accecare {vt} /a.t͡ʃːeˈka.re/ :: to blind
accecare {vt} :: to darken, to obscure
accecare {vt} :: to block, to wall up
accecare {vt} :: to countersink
accecatoio {m} :: countersink
accecatoio {m} :: counterbore
accecatore {adj} :: blinding
accecatore {m} :: blinder (person who blinds)
accecatore {m} :: A row of lights, placed at the edge of a stage, which, when lit, hides the players from the audience
accecatura {f} :: blinding
accecatura {f} :: countersinking
accecatura {f} :: countersink, counterbore
accedente {v} :: present participle of accedere
accedere {vi} :: To enter, access; to log in (to)
accedere {vi} :: To be admitted (to)
accedere {vi} :: To gain access (to)
accedere {vi} :: To accede (to)
accedibile {adj} :: accessible
acceffante {v} :: present participle of acceffare
acceffare {v} :: to bite
acceggia {f} :: woodcock
acceleramento {m} :: acceleration, speeding up
accelerando {adv} :: accelerating
accelerante {v} :: present participle of accelerare
accelerante {adj} :: accelerant (attributive)
accelerante {m} [chemistry] :: accelerant, accelerator
accelerare {vi} :: to accelerate, go faster, speed up
accelerare {vt} :: to accelerate, speed something up
acceleratamente {adv} :: quickly, rapidly
accelerativo {adj} :: accelerative
accelerato {adj} :: quick, rapid
accelerato {m} :: train that stops at every local station
acceleratore {m} :: accelerator
acceleratore {adj} :: accelerating
acceleratorio {adj} :: accelerating
accelerazione {f} :: acceleration
accelerazione angolare {f} [mathematics, physics] :: angular acceleration
accelerografo {m} :: accelerograph
accelerometro {m} :: accelerometer
accellana {f} :: A mixture of woollen fibres, or a fabric made from such a mixture
accendentesi {v} :: present participle of accendersi
accendere {vt} /atˈt͡ʃɛn.de.re/ :: to light, set alight, ignite, kindle
accendere {vt} :: to turn on [a device]
accendere {vt} [figuratively] :: to fire up
accendersi {v} :: reflexive of accendere
accendersi {v} :: to start [of a fire, etc.]
accendersi {v} :: to light up
accendersi {v} :: to break out [of a conflict]
accendibile {adj} :: ignitable
accendigas {m} :: gas-lighter
accendimento {m} :: ignition
accendimento {m} :: turning on
accendimento {m} :: excitement
accendimento {m} :: incitement
accendino {m} :: lighter (for cigarettes or cigars)
accendisigaro {m} /atˌt͡ʃɛn.diˈsi.ɡa.ro/ :: cigar lighter (in a car)
accendisigaro {m} :: lighter (for cigarettes or cigars)
accenditoio {m} :: lighting-stick
accenditore {m} :: lighter
accendutosi {v} :: past participle of accendersi
accennante {v} :: present participle of accennare
accennare {vt} :: to do something slightly
accennare {vt} :: to point to
accennare {vi} :: to hint, to mention, to touch upon
accennare {vi} :: to beckon, to motion, to nod
accennare {vi} :: to make as if, to look as if
accennato {adj} :: mentioned
accennato {adj} :: hinted (at)
accennato {adj} :: touched (on)
accennato {adj} :: sketchy
accenno {m} :: sign, warning
accensante {v} :: present participle of accensare
accensare {v} :: To tax by means of a poll tax
accensibile {adj} :: ignitable (Variant of: accendibile)
accensione {f} :: lighting, switching on
accensione {f} :: ignition
accenso {adj} /atˈt͡ʃɛn.so/ :: synonym of acceso
accenso {m} :: A citizen belonging to the fifth-class census
accentante {v} :: present participle of accentare
accentare {vt} :: to accent
accentare {vt} :: to stress
accentativo {adj} :: Variant of accentuativo
accentatura {f} :: accentuation
accentazione {f} :: accentuation
accentazione {f} :: stressing
accento {m} /atˈtʃɛn.to/ :: stress (in the pronunciation of a syllable, and the mark above a letter)
accento {m} :: accent (way of speaking)
accento {m} :: tone (of voice)
accento acuto {m} [orthography] :: acute accent (´)
accento circonflesso {m} [orthography] :: circumflex (ˆ); circumflex accent
accento grave {m} [orthography] :: grave accent (`)
accentramento {m} :: centralization
accentramento {m} :: concentration, gathering
accentrante {v} :: present participle of accentrare
accentrantesi {v} :: present participle of accentrarsi
accentrare {vt} :: To centralize
accentrare {vt} :: To concentrate, to gather
accentrarsi {vr} :: To center, to centre
accentrarsi {vr} :: To concentrate
accentratore {adj} [of a policy] :: centralizing
accentratore {adj} [of a person] :: Unwilling to delegate
accentratosi {v} :: past participle of accentrarsi
accentuale {adj} :: accentual
accentuante {v} :: present participle of accentuare
accentuare {v} :: to accentuate, emphasize
accentuare {v} :: to stress (in phonetics)
accentuarsi {vr} :: To worsen
accentuarsi {vr} :: To grow
accentuarsi {vr} :: To become more marked
accentuatamente {adv} :: strongly, markedly
accentuativo {adj} :: accentual
accentuato {adj} :: strong
accentuato {adj} :: marked
accentuazione {f} :: accentuation
accentuazione {f} :: stress, stress mark
acceppante {v} :: present participle of acceppare
acceppare {v} [nautical] :: To raise an anchor and secure it to the cathead
accerchiamento {m} :: encirclement
accerchiante {v} :: present participle of accerchiare
accerchiare {vt} :: to encircle, to surround
accerchiare {vt} :: to bracket
accerchiatore {adj} :: encircling, surrounding
accerchiatura {f} :: synonym of cipollatura
accerchiellante {v} :: present participle of accerchiellare
accerchiellare {v} :: To wrap with circles (of material)
accerchiellare {v} :: To form into circles
accerchiellato {adj} [heraldry] :: recercelée
accercinante {v} :: present participle of accercinare
accercinare {v} :: To twist tightly
accerito {adj} :: red in the face (because of anger, heat or fever)
accertabile {adj} :: verifiable, ascertainable
accertabile {adj} :: assessable
accertabilità {f} :: verifiability
accertamento {m} :: check, verification
accertamento {m} :: assessment (financial)
accertamento {m} :: investigation (legal)
accertante {v} :: present participle of accertare
accertantesi {v} :: present participle of accertarsi
accertare {vt} :: to verify, check
accertare {vt} :: to assess
accertarsi {v} :: reflexive of accertare
accertarsi {v} :: to make sure, ascertain that
accertativo {adj} :: ascertainment (attributive), assessment (attributive), verification (attributive), investigation (attributive)
accertatosi {v} :: past participle of accertarsi
accesamente {adv} :: ardently
accesissimo {adj} :: superlative of acceso
acceso {adj} [of a light] :: lit, on
acceso {adj} [of colour etc] :: bright
acceso {adj} :: enthusiastic, passionate, ardent
accessibile {adj} :: accessible, reachable, approachable
accessibile {adj} :: accessible, comprehensible
accessibile {adj} :: affordable, accessible
accessibilità {f} :: accessibility
accessione {f} :: accession (all senses)
accesso {m} :: access, admittance, approach
accesso {m} :: login
accesso {m} :: a fit, an attack of some disease
accessoriabile {adj} :: That can be accessorized; accessorizable
accessoriamente {adv} :: accessorily
accessoriante {v} :: present participle of accessoriare
accessoriare {vt} :: To accessorize
accessoriato {adj} :: accessorized
accessorietà {f} :: accessoriness
accessorio {adj} :: accessory, accessorial, additional, incidental
accessorio {m} :: accessory, fitting, attachment
accessorista {mf} :: auto-accessory manufacturer, dealer or shop
accessoristica {f} :: accessories (especially for motor cars)
accestente {v} :: present participle of accestire
accestimento {v} [botany] :: bunching in plants
accestire {vi} [botany] :: to tiller
accetta {f} /atˈt͡ʃet.ta/ :: hatchet
accettabile {adj} :: acceptable
accettabilità {f} :: acceptability
accettabilmente {adv} :: acceptably
accettante {v} :: present participle of accettare
accettantesi {v} :: present participle of accettarsi
accettare {v} :: to accept, to admit
accettare {v} :: to go along with
accettare {v} :: to cut with a hatchet, to hatchet
accettare la sfida {v} :: to take up the gauntlet
accettarsi {vr} :: To accept oneself
accettatore {m} :: acceptor (one who accepts)
accettatore {m} [chemistry, physics] :: acceptor
accettatosi {v} :: past participle of accettarsi
accettatrice {f} :: acceptor (a woman who accepts)
accettazione {f} :: acceptance
accettazione {f} :: reception (hotel, hospital etc)
accettevole {adj} :: acceptable
accettevole {adj} :: likeable
accettevolmente {adv} :: acceptably
accettilazione {f} :: acceptilation
accetto {adj} :: welcome
accettore {m} [chemistry] :: acceptor
accettore {adj} [chemistry] :: acceptor (attributive)
accezione {f} :: meaning, sense
accezione {f} :: significance
acché {conj} :: alternative form of affinché
acchetamento {m} :: quietening, calming
acchetante {v} :: present participle of acchetare
acchetare {v} :: To quieten; to calm
acchiappacani {m} :: alternative form of accalappiacani
acchiappadenti {m} :: tooth fairy
acchiappafarfalle {m} :: butterfly net
acchiappamosche {m} :: flypaper
acchiappamosche {m} :: flyswatter
acchiappamosche {m} :: flytrap (device or plant)
acchiappamosche {m} :: flycatcher (bird)
acchiappante {v} :: present participle of acchiappare
acchiappantesi {v} :: present participle of acchiapparsi
acchiappanuvoli {mf} :: wastrel
acchiappare {vt} :: to catch or seize
acchiapparello {m} :: alternative form of acchiapperello
acchiapparsi {vr} :: To catch each other, to grab each other
acchiappasogni {m} /akˌkjap.paˈsoɲ.ɲi/ :: dreamcatcher, dream catcher (ritual object)
acchiappatoio {m} :: trap
acchiappatoio {m} :: deceit, deception
acchiappatosi {v} :: past participle of acchiapparsi
acchiappatutto {adj} :: all-conquering
acchiappavoti {m} :: The leader in an election
acchiappavoti {m} :: vote-winner
acchiapperello {m} :: artifice, deception
-acchiare {suffix} /akˈkja.re/ :: Used with verbs to derive verbs with attenuative, diminutive, frequentative and pejorative connotation
-acchio {suffix} /ˈak.kjo/ :: Used to derive nouns with an instrumental connotation
-acchio {suffix} :: Used to derive nouns with a diminutive connotation
-acchio {suffix} :: Used to derive nouns with an attenuative connotation
acchiocciolamento {m} :: rolling up into a spiral
acchiocciolante {v} :: present participle of acchiocciolare
acchiocciolare {v} :: to roll up into a spiral
acchiocciolatura {f} :: spiral winding
-acchiotto {suffix} /akˈkjɔt.to/ :: Used to derive diminutive nouns, usually with a connotation of endearment
acchitante {v} :: present participle of acchitare
acchitare {v} [billiards, snooker] :: To break-off in such a way as to leave the opponent at a disadvantage
acchito {m} /akˈki.to/ :: spot (on a billiard/snooker table)
acchiudente {v} :: present participle of acchiudere
acchiudere {v} :: To enclose
acchiudere {v} :: To tighten
-accia {suffix} :: Pejorative suffix used to form adjectives and nouns
accia {f} :: A fabric made from a quarter wool and three-quarters cotton, hemp or flax
accia {f} :: synonym of azza
acciabattamento {m} :: shuffling
acciabattamento {m} :: bungling
acciabattante {v} :: present participle of acciabattare
acciabattare {v} :: To shuffle
acciabattare {v} :: To bungle
acciabattatore {m} :: bungler
acciabattatura {f} :: shuffling
acciabattatura {f} :: bungling
acciabattio {m} :: A continuous shuffling sound
acciabattone {m} :: shuffler (person who shuffles while walking)
acciabattone {m} :: bodger
acciabattone {m} :: a scruffy person
acciaccamento {m} :: crushing
acciaccamento {m} :: weakening
acciaccante {v} :: present participle of acciaccare
acciaccare {v} :: to crush
acciaccare {v} :: to weaken
acciaccato {adj} :: aching (person)
acciaccato {adj} :: crushed or crumpled (clothing)
acciacco {m} :: ache, infirmity
acciacco {m} :: ailment
acciaccoso {adj} :: infirm
acciaccoso {adj} :: Having multiple ailments
acciaiante {v} :: present participle of acciaiare
acciaiare {vt} /at.t͡ʃaˈja.re/ :: to steel (plate with steel)
acciaiare {vt} :: to convert iron to steel
acciaiatura {f} /at.t͡ʃa.jaˈtu.ra/ :: steeling (plating with steel)
acciaieria {f} :: steelworks, steel mill
acciaio {m} /atˈt͡ʃa.jo/ :: steel
acciaio dolce {m} :: mild steel
acciaio inossidabile {m} :: stainless steel
acciaio inox {m} :: stainless steel
acciaiolo {m} [archaic] /at.t͡ʃaˈjɔ.lo/ :: flint
acciaiolo {m} :: steel (for sharpening)
acciaiuolo {m} [literary] /at.t͡ʃaˈjwɔ.lo/ :: alternative form of acciaiolo
acciale {m} [obsolete] :: steel
acciambellante {v} :: present participle of acciambellare
acciambellantesi {v} :: present participle of acciambellarsi
acciambellare {vt} :: To coil
acciambellarsi {vr} :: To curl up
acciambellato {adj} :: coiled
acciambellato {adj} :: curled up
acciambellatosi {v} :: past participle of acciambellarsi
acciarino {m} /at.t͡ʃaˈri.no/ :: flint (device for making a spark)
acciarino {m} :: gunlock
acciarito {adj} :: steely
acciaro {m} :: steel (Variant of: acciaio)
acciarpamento {m} :: bungling
acciarpante {v} :: present participle of acciarpare
acciarpare {v} :: To bungle, cobble
acciarpatore {m} :: bungler
acciarpatura {f} :: bungling
acciarpio {m} :: Continuous bungling
acciarpone {m} :: bungler
accidempoli {interj} /at.t͡ʃiˈdɛm.po.li/ :: an expression of astonishment
accidempoli {interj} :: an expression of anger
accidentale {adj} :: accidental, fortuitous, casual
accidentalità {f} :: accidentality
accidentalmente {adv} :: accidentally, casually, by chance, unintentionally, by the way
accidentario {adj} :: alternative form of accidentale
accidentato {adj} :: uneven, rough (ground)
accidentato {adj} :: bumpy, uneven (road)
accidente {m} :: accident, mishap
accidente {m} [music] :: an accidental
accidenti {interj} /at.t͡ʃiˈdɛn.ti/ :: Expression of anger; damn it!
accidenti {interj} :: Expression of amazement; good heavens!
accidenti {interj} :: wow
acciderba {interj} /at.t͡ʃiˈdɛr.ba/ :: an expression of astonishment
acciderba {interj} :: an expression of anger
accidere {vt} [obsolete] :: Variant of uccidere
accidia {f} :: sloth, acedia
accidiosaggine {f} :: sloth
accidiosamente {adv} :: slothfully
accidioso {adj} :: slothful
accidioso {m} :: slothful person
accidïoso {adj} :: medieval spelling of accidioso
acciecante {v} :: present participle of acciecare
acciecare {v} :: alternative form of accecare
accigliamento {n} :: frown
accigliamento {n} :: A facial expression in which the eyebrows are brought together, and the forehead is wrinkled, usually indicating displeasure, sadness or worry, or less often confusion or concentration
accigliante {v} :: present participle of accigliarsi
accigliantesi {v} :: present participle of accigliarsi
accigliare {v} :: To sew up the eyelids of falcons in order to tame them
accigliarsi {vr} :: To frown
accigliatamente {adv} :: frowningly
accigliato {adj} :: frowning
accigliatosi {v} :: past participle of accigliarsi
accigliatura {f} :: frown
accigliatura {f} :: the space between the eyebrows
acciglionante {v} :: present participle of acciglionare
acciglionare {v} :: To fortify with embankments
accignente {v} :: present participle of accignere
accignere {v} :: alternative form of accingere
accincignante {v} :: present participle of accincignare
accincignare {v} :: To wrinkle
accincignare {v} :: To crease
accinese {m} :: Acehnese (language)
accingente {v} :: present participle of accingere
accingentesi {v} :: present participle of accingersi
accingere {vt} :: to surround or encircle (literary use)
accingersi {vr} :: To prepare or get ready (for something)
accintosi {v} :: past participle of accingersi
-accio {suffix} :: Alterative suffix used to form pejoratives
acciò {conj} [obsolete, literary] /aˈt͡ːʃɔ/ :: [followed by che + subjunctive] in order that, so that
acciocché {conj} [obsolete, literary, with subjunctive verb] /at.t͡ʃokˈke/ :: so that, in order that
acciocché {conj} [obsolete, literary, with indicative verb] :: since, because
acciocchente {v} :: present participle of acciocchire
acciocchire {vt} :: To daze, numb
acciocchire {vi} :: To doze, become numb
acciottolante {v} :: present participle of acciottolare
acciottolare {vt} :: to cobble (pave with cobbles)
acciottolare {vt} :: to clatter
acciottolato {m} :: cobble (road stone)
acciottolato {m} :: stepping stone
acciottolato {adj} :: cobbled (paved with cobbles)
acciottolatore {m} :: cobbler (person who lays cobbles)
acciottolio {m} :: clatter
accipicchia {interj} :: euphemistic form of accidenti; darn!
accipicchia {interj} :: wow
accipigliante {v} :: present participle of accipigliarsi
accipigliarsi {v} :: To frown
accisa {f} :: excise tax
accisa {f} :: customs
accismante {v} :: present participle of accismare
accismare {v} [obsolete] :: To style or adorn
accismare {v} [obsolete] :: to cut or divide
acciucchente {v} :: present participle of acciucchire
acciucchire {v} :: To stupefy
acciuffante {v} :: present participle of acciuffare
acciuffare {vt} :: To catch or seize
acciuga {f} /atˈt͡ʃu.ɡa/ :: anchovy (any of the fish in the family Engraulidae family), particularly the European anchovy (Engraulis encrasicolus)
acciuga {f} [figuratively] :: a slim or thin person
acciuga {f} :: only used in erba acciuga
acciugaio {m} :: A street-seller of anchovies
acciugaio {m} :: A book that is good enough only to wrap anchovies
acciugata {f} :: anchovy sauce
acciughero {m} [it, regional, Tuscany] /atˈt͡ʃu.ɡe.ro/ :: synonym of origano
acciughero {m} [it, regional, Tuscany, plant] :: prickly lettuce (Lactuca serriola)
acciughetta {f} /at.t͡ʃuˈɡet.ta/ :: diminutive of acciuga
acciughina {f} /at.t͡ʃuˈɡi.na/ :: silverfish (Lepisma saccharina)
acciughina {f} :: diminutive of acciuga
accivettante {v} :: present participle of accivettare
accivettare {vt} :: to hunt birds by using a decoy [supposedly an owl]
accivettare {vt} :: to lure
acclamante {v} :: present participle of acclamare
acclamare {vit} :: To applaud, cheer, acclaim or shout out
acclamatore {m} :: applauder
acclamazione {f} :: acclamation, cheering, shout-out
acclarante {v} :: present participle of acclarare
acclarare {vt} :: To make clear, clarify or prove
acclarato {adj} :: proven, demonstrated, clear
acclimamento {m} :: synonym of acclimatazione
acclimante {v} :: present participle of acclimare
acclimare {vt} :: Variant of acclimatare
acclimatamento {m} :: acclimatization
acclimatante {v} :: present participle of acclimatare
acclimatantesi {v} :: present participle of acclimatarsi
acclimatare {vt} :: To acclimatize
acclimatarsi {vr} :: To become acclimatized
acclimatatosi {v} :: past participle of acclimatarsi
acclimatazione {f} :: acclimatization
acclimatore {m} :: acclimatizer
acclimazione {f} :: Variant of acclimatazione
acclive {adj} :: steep
acclività {f} :: steepness, acclivity
accludente {v} :: present participle of accludere
accludere {vt} :: to enclose (with)
accoccante {v} :: present participle of accoccare
accoccare {v} [obsolete, archery] :: To nock
accoccolante {v} :: present participle of accoccolarsi
accoccolantesi {v} :: present participle of accoccolarsi
accoccolarsi {vr} :: To crouch (down)
accoccolato {adj} :: crouched (down)
accoccolatosi {v} :: past participle of accoccolarsi
accoccovante {v} :: present participle of accoccovarsi
accoccovarsi {v} :: To curl up
accodamento {m} :: appending
accodamento {m} :: queueing
accodante {v} :: present participle of accodare
accodantesi {v} :: present participle of accodarsi
accodare {vt} :: To follow, or tag onto the person (or animal) in front; to append; to queue
accodarsi {vr} :: To follow, or tag on (behind someone)
accodatosi {v} :: past participle of accodarsi
accoglibile {adj} :: admissable
accogliente {adj} :: welcoming, friendly (person)
accogliente {adj} :: pleasant, cosy (place)
accoglientesi {v} :: present participle of accogliersi
accoglientissimo {adj} :: Very welcoming, friendly (person)
accoglientissimo {adj} :: Very pleasant, cosy (place)
accoglientiste {mf} :: A friendly, welcoming person
accoglienza {f} :: welcome, welcoming
accoglienza {f} :: reception
accogliere {vt} /akˈkɔʎ.ʎe.re/ :: to welcome, receive
accogliere {vt} :: to accommodate
accoglimento {m} :: acceptance, admission, granting
accoglimento {m} :: welcome, welcoming
accogliticcio {adj} :: synonym of raccogliticcio
accoglitor {m} :: apocopic form of accoglitore
accoglitore {adj} :: collecting, receiving
accoglitore {m} :: compiler (person who compiles); summarizer
accogliutosi {v} :: past participle of accogliersi
accolita {f} :: synonym of accolta
accolitato {m} :: acolyteship
accolito {m} [ecclesiastical] :: acolyte
accollacciato {adj} :: synonym of accollato
accollamento {m} :: shouldering (of a task)
accollante {v} :: present participle of accollare
accollantesi {v} :: present participle of accollarsi
accollare {vt} :: To force (on)
accollarsi {v} :: reflexive of accollare
accollarsi {v} :: to bear, shoulder (take on a task)
accollatario {m} :: contractor
accollatico {m} [historical] :: A tax, in the 1600s and 1700s, on the use of yoked oxen
accollato {adj} :: high-necked
accollatosi {v} :: past participle of accollarsi
accollatura {f} :: collar
accollo {m} :: Part of the load of a two-wheeled cart placed forward of the wheels and supported by the animal pulling it
accollo {m} :: synonym of incarico
accollo {m} [architecture] :: A projection supported by brackets
accollo {m} [nautical] :: The downwind side of a sail
accolta {f} :: gathering
accolta {f} :: band, gang (of people)
accoltellamento {m} :: knifing, stabbing
accoltellante {v} :: present participle of accoltellare
accoltellare {vt} :: to knife or stab
accoltellatore {m} :: stabber
accomandante {v} :: present participle of accomandare
accomandante {mf} [legal] :: limited partner
accomandare {v} :: To commit (give into custody)
accomandare {v} :: To recommend
accomandare {v} :: To secure
accomandatario {m} [legal] :: general / unlimited partner
accomandigia {f} :: deposit
accomandigia {f} :: loan
accomandita {f} :: A form of limited commercial partnership
accomiatante {v} :: present participle of accomiatare
accomiatantesi {v} :: present participle of accomiatarsi
accomiatare {vt} :: To dismiss (order to leave one's presence)
accomiatarsi {v} :: reflexive of accomiatare
accomiatarsi {vr} :: to take one's leave (of)
accomiatarsi {vr} :: to say goodbye (to)
accomiatatosi {v} :: past participle of accomiatarsi
accommiatante {v} :: present participle of accommiatare
accommiatantesi {v} :: present participle of accommiatarsi
accommiatare {vt} :: To dismiss (send away)
accommiatarsi {vr} :: To take one's leave (go away)
accommiatatosi {v} :: past participle of accommiatarsi
accomodabile {adj} :: repairable, mendable, fixable
accomodabilmente {adv} :: In a mendable or fixable manner
accomodamento {m} :: arrangement, agreement
accomodamento {m} [legal] :: out-of-court settlement
accomodante {v} :: present participle of accomodare
accomodante {adj} :: accommodating
accomodantesi {v} :: present participle of accomodarsi
accomodantismo {m} :: The tendency to always be accommodating, especially for the sake of a quiet life
accomodare {vt} :: to repair, fix
accomodare {vt} :: to arrange, settle; to accommodate
accomodare {vt} :: to suit
accomodarsi {v} :: reflexive of accomodare
accomodarsi {vr} :: to settle down, sit down, take a seat, set a spell
accomodarsi {vr} :: to come in, go in, enter
accomodarsi {vr} :: to come to an agreement, agree
accomodaticcio {adj} :: arranged for the best
accomodativo {adj} :: accommodative
accomodativo {adj} :: adaptable
accomodato {adj} :: arranged, accommodated
accomodatore {m} :: mender
accomodatore {m} :: repairman
accomodatosi {v} :: past participle of accomodarsi
accomodatura {f} :: mend, repair
accomodazione {f} :: accommodation (all senses)
accomodevole {adj} :: accommodative, conciliatory, submissive
accompagnabile {adj} :: matchable
accompagnabile {adj} :: That can be accompanied
accompagnamento {m} :: accompaniment (all senses), escort
accompagnamento {m} :: supporting fire (military)
accompagnante {v} :: present participle of accompagnare
accompagnantesi {v} :: present participle of accompagnarsi
accompagnare {vt} :: to go with, come with, accompany, escort
accompagnare {vt} :: to take, see, walk, drive, lead
accompagnare {vt} :: to see off or see out
accompagnare {vt} [figuratively] :: to accompany, add, match
accompagnarsi {v} :: reflexive of accompagnare
accompagnarsi {vr} :: to go well with, match
accompagnarsi {vr} :: to keep company with, associate with, join up with, go with
accompagnarsi {vr} :: to be matched, go well together
accompagnatore {m} :: companion, escort, chaperone
accompagnatore {m} [music] :: accompanist
accompagnatore {m} :: manager [of a sports team]
accompagnatorio {adj} :: accompanying
accompagnatorio {adj} :: covering (letter)
accompagnatosi {v} :: past participle of accompagnarsi
accompagnatrice {f} :: companion, escort, chaperone
accompagnatrice {f} [music] :: accompanist
accompagnatrice {f} :: manager [of a sports team]
accompagnatura {f} :: synonym of accompagnamento
accompagnatura {f} :: symmetry, correspondence (between two things)
accomunabile {adj} :: common (that may be shared)
accomunagione {f} :: pooling, sharing
accomunagione {f} :: reunification
accomunamento {m} :: joining
accomunamento {m} :: sharing (in common)
accomunante {v} :: present participle of accomunare
accomunare {vt} :: to pool, share
accomunare {vt} :: to reunite
acconciabile {adj} :: adjustable
acconciamento {m} :: styling, setting (of hair)
acconciamento {m} :: dressing up
acconciante {v} :: present participle of acconciare
acconciantesi {v} :: present participle of acconciarsi
acconciare {vt} :: To style, to set (hair)
acconciare {vt} :: To dress up
acconciarsi {vr} :: To do one's hair
acconciarsi {vr} :: To dress up
acconciatore {m} :: hairdresser, hair stylist
acconciatosi {v} :: past participle of acconciarsi
acconciatrice {m} :: (female) hairdresser, hair stylist
acconciatura {f} :: hairstyle, hairdo, coiffure
acconciatura rasta {f} :: dreadlocks
acconcime {m} :: restoration, repair (of a building)
acconcime {m} :: clothing
acconcio {adj} :: suitable, fit
accondiscendente {v} :: present participle of accondiscendere
accondiscendenza {f} :: An obliging or accommodating manner
accondiscendere {vi} :: to agree, consent (to)
accondiscendere {v} :: to condescend
accone {m} [nautical] :: A type of barge used by mussel fishermen
acconigliante {v} :: present participle of acconigliare
acconigliare {v} [rowing] :: To feather (the blade of an oar)
acconsentente {v} :: present participle of acconsentire
acconsentimento {m} :: consent
acconsentimento {m} :: approval
acconsentire {vi} :: to agree
acconsentire {vi} :: to consent
acconsentito {adj} :: agreed
acconsenziente {adj} :: consenting, willing
acconsenziente {adj} :: approving
accontamento {m} :: meeting
accontamento {m} :: interview
accontante {v} :: present participle of accontare
accontare {v} :: alternative form of raccontare
accontentabile {adj} :: satisfiable
accontentamento {m} :: synonym of contentamento
accontentamento {m} :: fulfilment, satisfaction, gratification
accontentante {v} :: present participle of accontentare
accontentantesi {v} :: present participle of accontentarsi
accontentare {vt} /ak.kon.tenˈta.re/ :: To satisfy
accontentarsi {vr} :: To be content or satisfied (with)
accontentarsi {vr} :: To settle for
accontentatosi {v} :: past participle of accontentarsi
accontevole {adj} :: affable
acconto {m} :: advance (of pay)
acconto {m} :: deposit (of cash)
accoppante {v} :: present participle of accoppare
accoppare {vt} :: To bump off, to do in, to kill
accoppiabile {adj} :: matchable, connectable
accoppiabile {adj} [zoology] :: That will mate
accoppiabilità {f} :: matchability
accoppiamento {m} :: mating
accoppiamento {m} :: coupling, connecting
accoppiante {v} :: present participle of accoppiare
accoppiantesi {v} :: present participle of accoppiarsi
accoppiare {vt} :: to couple, connect (up)
accoppiare {vt} :: to mate [of animals]
accoppiarsi {vr} :: To mate (of animals)
accoppiatoio {m} :: A leash that keeps a pair of hunting dogs together
accoppiatoio {m} :: (mechanical) coupling
accoppiatore {m} :: coupler (device)
accoppiatosi {v} :: past participle of accoppiarsi
accoppiatura {f} :: lamination
accoramento {m} :: sorrow, grief
accorante {v} :: present participle of accorare
accorantesi {v} :: present participle of accorarsi
accorare {vt} :: To slaughter a pig by piercing its heart
accorare {vt} :: To break someone's heart
accorarsi {vr} :: To break one's heart
accorataggine {f} :: unhappiness, sadness
accoratamente {adv} :: heartbrokenly
accoratezza {f} :: synonym of accoramento
accorato {adj} :: heartbroken, desperate, distraught
accorato {adj} :: concerned
accoratoio {m} :: A sharp needle used to slaughter pigs
accoratosi {v} :: past participle of accorarsi
accorazione {f} :: sorrow, grief
accorcente {v} :: present participle of accorcire
accorciabile {adj} :: shortenable
accorciabilità {f} :: Property of being shortenable
accorciamento {m} :: shortening
accorciamento {m} [grammar] :: contraction
accorciante {v} :: present participle of accorciare
accorciantesi {v} :: present participle of accorciarsi
accorciare {vt} :: to shorten; to abridge; to abbreviate
accorciarsi {vr} :: To shorten, to get or become shorter
accorciativo {m} :: abbreviation (or similar shortened form of a word)
accorciatoia {f} :: synonym of scorciatoia
accorciatore {m} :: shortener
accorciatosi {v} :: past participle of accorciarsi
accorciatura {f} :: shortening, abridgement
accorcire {vt} :: To shorten (variant of accorciare)
accorcito {adj} :: shortened
accordabile {adj} :: allowable
accordabile {adj} :: matchable
accordabile {adj} [music] :: tunable
accordabilità {f} :: tunability, accordability
accordabilmente {adv} :: compatibly
accordamento {m} :: agreement
accordamento {m} :: conciliation
accordamento {m} :: concordance
accordamento {m} [music] :: tuning
accordante {v} :: present participle of accordare
accordante {adj} [music] :: tuning (attributive)
accordantesi {v} :: present participle of accordarsi
accordanza {f} :: agreement
accordare {vt} :: to grant something to someone
accordare {vt} [music] :: to tune an instrument
accordare {vt} [grammar] :: to make a verb or adjective to agree with something
accordarsi {v} :: reflexive of accordare
accordarsi {v} :: to agree with someone
accordarsi {v} :: to come to an agreement
accordarsi {v} :: to covenant
accordatamente {adv} :: synonym of concordemente
accordato {adj} :: granted
accordato {adj} :: tuned
accordatore {m} [music] :: tuner (person)
accordatosi {v} :: past participle of accordarsi
accordatura {f} [music] :: tuning (of instruments (the process and the system))
accordellante {v} :: present participle of accordellare
accordellare {v} :: To wrap with fine cord
accordevole {adj} :: suitable
accordevole {adj} :: conciliatory
accordicchio {m} :: An opaque or ambiguous compromise agreement
accordio {m} :: agreement
accordio {m} [musical instruments] :: accordion, concertina
accordissimo {m} :: Only used in the term d'accordissimo
accordo {m} /akˈkɔr.do/ :: accord, agreement, bond
accordo {m} :: arrangement
accordo {m} [music] :: chord
accordo prematrimoniale {m} :: prenuptial agreement, prenup
accordo solenne {m} :: covenant
accorgentesi {v} :: present participle of accorgersi
accorgersi {vr} /akˈkɔrdʒersi/ :: to notice
accorgersi {vr} :: to realize
accorgimento {m} :: trick, device
accorgimento {m} :: shrewdness
accorpamento {m} :: The incorporation of several entities into one in order to improve efficiency
accorpante {v} :: present participle of accorpare
accorpare {v} :: to incorporate several entities into a single one in order to improve efficiency
accorrente {v} :: present participle of accorrere
accorrere {vi} :: to rush (up to)
accorrere {vi} :: to hurry (to)
accorruomo {interj} /ak.korˈrwɔ.mo/ :: help!
Accorso {prop} :: given name
accortamente {adv} :: wisely, sensibly
accortamente {adv} :: shrewdly, cunningly
accortezza {f} :: wisdom, wariness, uptake
accortissimo {adj} :: superlative of accorto
accortissimo {adj} :: very shrewd or wise
accortissimo {adj} :: very cautious
accorto {adj} :: very shrewd, very alert
accorto {adj} :: wary
accortosi {v} :: past participle of accorgersi
accosciante {v} :: present participle of accosciarsi
accosciantesi {v} :: present participle of accosciarsi
accosciarsi {vr} :: To squat (down)
accosciata {f} :: squat (exercise)
accosciatosi {v} :: past participle of accosciarsi
accostabile {adj} :: accessible
accostabile {adj} :: approachable (person)
accostamento {m} :: matching
accostamento {m} :: approaching
accostante {v} :: present participle of accostare
accostantesi {v} :: present participle of accostarsi
accostare {v} :: to approach
accostare {v} :: to match
accostarsi {v} :: reflexive of accostare
accostarsi {v} :: to approach
accostarsi {v} :: to go or come nearer; to near
accostarsi {v} :: to come alongside [of a ship]
accostarsi {v} :: to turn to [one's religion]
accostarsi {v} :: to come to agree with
accostarsi {v} :: to resemble
accostatosi {v} :: past participle of accostarsi
accostatura {f} :: approaching
accostatura {f} :: fitting, joining
accostatura {f} :: joint, junction
accostevole {adj} :: approachable, accessible
accostevole {adj} :: affable
accosto {adj} :: near
accosto {adv} :: near
accosto {m} [nautical] :: berthing, anchoring
accostumabile {adj} :: accustomable
accostumante {v} :: present participle of accostumare
accostumantesi {v} :: present participle of accostumarsi
accostumanza {f} [obsolete] :: costume, dress
accostumare {vt} :: To accustom
accostumarsi {vt} :: To become accustomed (to)
accostumato {adj} :: accustomed, used to
accostumatosi {v} :: past participle of accostumarsi
accotonante {v} :: present participle of accotonare
accotonare {vt} :: to tease [fabric]
accotonare {vt} :: to backcomb [the hair]
accotonato {adj} :: teased (fabric)
accotonato {adj} :: backcombed (hair)
accotonatore {m} :: teaser (of fabric)
accotonatore {m} :: backcomber (of hair)
accotonatura {f} :: teasing [fabric]
accotonatura {f} [hair] :: backcombing
accottimante {v} :: present participle of accottimare
accottimare {v} :: To employ or to work on a piecework basis
account {m} [computing] :: account
accovacciante {v} :: present participle of accovacciarsi
accovacciantesi {v} :: present participle of accovacciarsi
accovacciarsi {vr} :: to crouch down
accovacciatosi {v} :: past participle of accovacciarsi
accovante {v} :: present participle of accovarsi
accovarsi {vr} :: alternative form of accovacciarsi
accovonante {v} :: present participle of accovonare
accovonare {v} :: to sheaf / sheave (crops)
accovonatore {m} :: Person who binds sheaves of corn
accovonatore {m} :: binder (agricultural machine)
accozzabile {adj} :: That can be jumbled
accozzaglia {f} :: A strange assortment
accozzaglia {f} :: A jumble, hotchpotch, hodgepodge
accozzame {m} :: synonym of accozzaglia
accozzamento {m} :: jumble, muddle
accozzamento {m} :: medley
accozzante {v} :: present participle of accozzare
accozzantesi {v} :: present participle of accozzarsi
accozzare {vt} :: to jumble (up), pile (up)
accozzarsi {v} :: reflexive of accozzare
accozzarsi {v} :: to gather or crowd together
accozzatore {m} :: A person who gets things muddled or jumbled
accozzatosi {v} :: past participle of accozzarsi
accozzo {m} :: crowd, rabble
accozzo {m} :: medley
accreditabile {adj} :: creditable
accreditabile {adj} :: trustworthy, reliable
accreditabilità {f} :: creditableness
accreditabilità {f} :: reliability
accreditamento {m} :: accreditation
accreditante {v} :: present participle of accreditare
accreditantesi {v} :: present participle of accreditarsi
accreditare {v} :: to confirm
accreditare {v} :: to substantiate
accreditare {v} :: to credit
accreditare {v} :: to accredit
accreditarsi {v} :: reflexive of accreditare
accreditarsi {v} :: to gain ground, be accepted
accreditatario {m} :: creditee
accreditatosi {v} :: past participle of accreditarsi
accrescente {v} :: present participle of it
accrescentesi {v} :: present participle of accrescersi
accrescere {vit} :: to increase
accrescersi {vr} :: To grow or increase
accrescibile {adj} :: increasable
accrescimento {m} :: increase, growth
accrescitivo {adj} [grammar] :: augmentative
accrescitivo {m} [grammar] :: augmentative
accrescitore {adj} :: increasing
accrescitore {adj} :: enhancing
accresciutosi {v} :: past participle of accrescersi
accrespante {v} :: present participle of accrespare
accrespare {v} :: synonym of increspare
accrespatura {f} :: synonym of increspatura
accrezionato {adj} :: accreted
accrezione {f} :: accretion
accrocco {m} :: botch job, bodge job, bodge
accrocco {m} :: mass, heap, mixture
accubito {m} :: synonym of triclinio
accucciante {v} :: present participle of accucciarsi
accucciantesi {v} :: present participle of accucciarsi
accucciarsi {vr} :: to lie down [especially of a dog]
accucciarsi {vr} :: to crouch
accucciatosi {v} :: past participle of accucciarsi
accucciolante {v} :: present participle of accucciolarsi
accucciolarsi {v} :: synonym of accucciarsi
accudente {v} :: present participle of accudire
accudimento {m} :: care
accudimento {m} :: nursing
accudire {vi} :: to attend to, to heed
accudire {vt} :: to look after
acculante {v} :: present participle of acculare
acculare {v} :: To walk an animal backwards (especially when hitching an animal to a cart, etc.)
acculturamento {m} :: acculturation
acculturante {v} :: present participle of acculturare
acculturantesi {v} :: present participle of acculturarsi
acculturare {vt} :: To acculturate
acculturarsi {vr} :: To acculturate
acculturatosi {v} :: past participle of acculturarsi
acculturazione {f} :: integration (social)
accumulabile {adj} :: cumulative, accumulative
accumulabilità {f} :: accumulativeness
accumulamento {m} :: accumulation
accumulante {v} :: present participle of accumulare
accumulantesi {v} :: present participle of accumularsi
accumulare {vt} :: To accumulate
accumulare {vt} :: To store
accumularsi {v} :: reflexive of accumulare
accumularsi {vr} :: to accumulate
accumularsi {vr} :: to accrue
accumulato {adj} :: accumulated
accumulatore {m} :: accumulator (all senses)
accumulatosi {v} :: past participle of accumularsi
accumulazione {f} :: accumulation
accumunante {v} :: present participle of accumunare
accumunare {vt} :: to share [in common]
accumunare {vt} :: to join, unite
accumunare {vt} :: to associate
accuratamente {adv} :: accurately, carefully
accuratezza {f} :: accuracy
accuratezza {f} :: care
accuratissimo {adj} :: superlative of accurato
accurato {adj} :: accurate, careful
Accursio {prop} :: given name
accusa {f} :: accusation
accusabile {adj} :: indictable, chargeable, accusable
accusabilità {f} :: Liability to indictment or charge
accusante {v} :: present participle of accusare
accusantesi {v} :: present participle of accusarsi
accusare {vt} :: to accuse, to reproach, to impeach
accusarsi {vr} :: To accuse or blame oneself or each other
accusata {f} :: feminine noun of accusato
accusativo {m} [grammar] :: accusative
accusato {adj} :: accused
accusato {m} :: accused person, accused
accusatore {m} :: accuser
accusatorio {adj} :: accusatorial, accusatory
accusatosi {v} :: past participle of accusarsi
accusatrice {f} :: accuser (female)
accusazione {f} :: accusation
ace {m} [cooking] /ˈat.ʃe/ :: a flavour of fruit juice, mainly formed by orange, carrot and lemon juice
-acea {suffix} :: -aceous e.g. erbacea, herbaceous
acefalia {f} [pathology] :: acephalia, acephalism
acefalo {adj} :: acephalous, headless
acellulare {adj} [biology] :: acellular
acemeti {m} :: Acoemetae
acenaftalene {f} [organic compound] :: acenaphthylene
acenaftene {m} [organic compound] :: acenaphthene
acenaftilene {m} [organic compound] :: acenaphthylene
acentrico {adj} :: acentric
acentrico {adj} :: acentromeric
-aceo {suffix} :: -aceous e.g. erbaceo, herbaceous
Acepsima {prop} :: given name
aceraia {f} :: wood of maple-trees
acerbamente {adv} :: prematurely, unseasonably
acerbamente {adv} :: pertinaciously
acerbetto {adj} :: tartish, sourish
acerbetto {adj} :: coy, shy
acerbezza {f} :: acerbity, sourness
acerbezza {f} :: roughness, harshness
Acerbi {prop} :: surname
Acerbi {prop} :: Giuseppe Acerbi, Italian naturalist and explorer
acerbissimo {adj} :: superlative of acerbo
acerbissimo {adj} :: very acerbic, very sour, very bitter, very harsh
acerbissimo {adj} :: very hard, very severe
acerbità {f} :: acerbity
acerbità {f} :: harshness, bitterness, sharpness
acerbità {f} :: unripeness
acerbità {f} :: immaturity
acerbo {adj} /aˈt͡ʃɛr.bo/ :: unripe, premature
acerbo {adj} :: acerbic, sour, bitter, harsh, crude
acerbo {adj} :: hard, severe
acereta {f} :: (Variant of: acereto) maple wood (forest)
acereto {m} :: maple wood (forest)
acerina {f} [zoology, ichthyology] :: ruffe
acero {m} /ˈatʃero/ :: maple (tree) (Acer)
acero {m} :: maple wood
acero americano {m} :: box elder, boxelder maple, Manitoba maple (tree, Acer negundo)
acero bianco {m} :: box elder, boxelder maple, Manitoba maple (tree, Acer negundo)
acero campestre {m} :: A field maple (tree, Acer campestre)
acero da zucchero {m} :: sugar maple (tree, Acer saccharum)
acero di monte {m} :: sycamore maple, sycamore (tree, Acer pseudoplatanus)
acero giapponese {m} :: Japanese maple (tree, Acer palmatum)
acero montano {m} :: sycamore maple, sycamore (tree, Acer pseudoplatanus)
acero nero {m} :: black maple (tree, Acer nigrum)
acero platanoide {m} :: Norway maple (tree, Acer platanoides)
acero riccio {m} :: Norway maple (tree, Acer platanoides)
acero rosso {m} :: red maple (tree, Acer rubrum)
acero saccarino {m} :: silver maple (tree, Acer saccharinum)
acerra {f} :: acerra (all senses)
Acerra {prop} :: a town in the province of Naples in Campania in Italy
acerrimamente {adv} :: bitterly, sourly
acerrimo {adj} /aˈtʃɛrrimo/ :: superlative of acre
acerrimo {adj} :: very sour
acerrimo {adj} :: bitter [enemy]
acescente {adj} :: acescent
acescenza {f} :: acescence
acese {adj} :: Of or pertaining to Acireale
acetabolo {m} [Roman Antiquities] :: acetabulum
acetabolo {m} [skeleton, zoology] :: acetabulum
acetaio {m} :: vinegar maker or seller
acetaldeide {f} [organic compound] :: acetaldehyde
acetale {adj} [organic chemistry] :: acetal
acetalico {adj} [organic chemistry] :: acetal (attributive); acetalic
acetalizzazione {f} [organic chemistry] :: acetalization
acetammide {f} [organic compound] :: acetamide
acetato {m} [organic chemistry] :: acetate
acetato di magnesio {n} :: magnesium acetate
acetato di potassio {m} [inorganic compound] :: potassium acetate
acetato di sodio {m} :: sodium acetate
Acete {prop} :: Acoetes
acetente {v} :: present participle of acetire
acetico {adj} /aˈtʃɛtiko/ :: acetic
acetificante {v} :: present participle of acetificare
acetificare {vt} :: to acetify
acetificatore {m} :: acetifier
acetificazione {f} :: acetification
acetificio {m} :: vinegar manufacturer; vinegar producer; vinegar factory
acetilante {v} :: present participle of acetilare
acetilare {vt} :: To acetylate
acetilazione {f} [organic chemistry] :: acetylation
acetilcellulosa {f} [organic compound] :: cellulose acetate, acetyl cellulose
acetilcloruro {m} [organic compound] :: acetyl chloride
acetilcolina {f} [neurotransmitter] :: acetylcholine
acetilcolinesterasi {f} [enzyme] :: acetylcholinesterase
acetilderivato {m} [chemistry] :: acetylated derivative
acetile {m} [organic chemistry] :: acetyl
acetilene {m} :: acetylene
acetilenico {adj} :: acetylenic
acetilgalattosamina {f} [organic compound] :: acetylgalactosamine
acetilglucosammina {f} [organic compound] :: acetylglucosamine
acetilico {adj} [organic chemistry] :: acetylic
acetilneuraminico {adj} :: acetylneuraminic
acetilsalicilico {adj} [organic chemistry] :: acetylsalicylic
acetilspermidina {f} [biochemistry] :: acetylspermidine
acetilspermina {f} [biochemistry] :: acetylspermine
acetiluro {m} [organic compound] :: acetylide
acetimetria {f} :: acetimetry
acetimetrico {adj} :: acetimetric
acetino {m} :: A form of garnet having a light red colour
acetire {v} :: To become sour (like vinegar)
aceto {m} /aˈt͡ʃeto/ :: vinegar
acetoarsenito {m} [inorganic chemistry] :: acetoarsenite
aceto balsamico {m} :: balsamic vinegar
acetobatterio {m} :: acetobacter
aceto bianco {m} :: white vinegar
aceto di malto {m} :: malt vinegar
aceto di riso {m} :: rice vinegar
aceto di vino {m} :: wine vinegar
acetofenone {m} [organic compound] :: acetophenone
acetometrico {adj} :: acetometric, acetimetric
acetometro {m} :: acetometer
acetone {m} [organic compound] /at͡ʃeˈtone/ :: acetone
acetonemia {f} [pathology] :: acetonemia, ketosis
acetonitrile {n} [organic compound] :: acetonitrile
acetonuria {f} [pathology] :: acetonuria
acetosa {f} :: sorrel (Rumex acetosella)
acetosella {f} :: wood sorrel (Oxalis acetosella)
acetosità {f} :: sourness, acidity
acetoso {adj} /atʃeˈtoso/ :: vinegary
acetossibenzoico {adj} [organic chemistry] :: acetylbenzoic, acetylsalicylic
acetume {m} :: A vinegary taste
achenio {m} [botany] :: achene
acheo {adj} :: Achaean
acheo {m} :: Achaean
Achernar {prop} :: Achernar, the brightest star in the constellation of Eridanus
Acheronte {m} :: The hereafter
Acheronte {m} :: Acheron (Hell)
Acheronte {m} [Greek mythology] :: Acheron (the river of the Underworld)
acheronteo {adj} [literary] /a.ke.ronˈtɛ.o/ :: Acheron [attributive]
acheronteo {adj} [literary, by extension] :: infernal
acherontico {adj} :: synonym of acheronteo
acherontico {adj} :: funereal
acheropita {f} :: acheiropoieton
acheuleano {adj} :: Acheulean
acheuleano {m} :: Acheulean
Achia {prop} [Biblical character] :: Ahijah
a chiare lettere {adv} :: Variant of senza peli sulla lingua
a chiare note {adv} :: plainly
achilia {f} [pathology] :: achylia
Achilla {prop} :: given name
achille {n} :: The paradox of Achilles and the Tortoise
achille {n} [by extension] :: Any strong argument that refutes a hypothesis
Achille {prop} [Greek mythology] :: Achilles
Achille {prop} :: given name of Ancient Greek origin
achillea {f} :: Any of several plants of the genus Achillea
achilleo {adj} :: Achilles (attributive)
achirale {adj} [chemistry] :: achiral
achiro {adj} :: acheirous
achiropita {f} :: alternative form of acheropita
achiropoieta {f} :: alternative form of acheropita
Achitofel {prop} :: Ahitophel
Achitofèl {prop} :: medieval spelling of Achitofel
achiurgia {f} :: surgery (as a science)
achivo {adj} [poetic] :: Variant of acheo
A.C.I. {prop} :: initialism of Automobile Club d'Italia
aciclico {adj} [chemistry] :: acyclic
acicolare {adj} [botany] :: synonym of aghiforme
acidamente {adv} :: acidly, sourly
acidante {v} :: present participle of acidare
acidare {vt} :: To etch with acid
acidaro {m} :: The conical headgear typical of the Venetian doges
acidatura {f} :: etching (with acid)
acidezza {f} :: acidity, sourness
acidico {adj} :: acidic
acidificante {v} :: present participle of acidificare
acidificante {adj} :: acidifying
acidificare {vt} :: to acidify
acidificato {adj} :: acidified
acidificazione {f} :: acidification
acidimetria {f} [chemistry] :: acidimetry
acidimetro {m} [chemistry] :: acidimeter
aciditá {f} :: rare form of acidità
acidità {f} [chemistry] :: acidity
acidità {f} :: heartburn
acido {adj} /ˈaː.tʃi.d̪o/ :: acid
acido {m} [chemistry] :: acid
acido {m} [slang] :: LSD
acido acetico {m} [organic chemistry] :: acetic acid
acido acetilsalicilico {m} [organic chemistry, pharmaceutical drug] :: acetylsalicylic acid
acido acrilico {m} [organic compound] :: acrylic acid
acido adipico {m} [organic chemistry] :: adipic acid
acido alginico {m} [organic compound] :: alginic acid
acido arachico {m} [fatty acid] :: arachidic acid
acido arachidico {m} [fatty acid] :: arachidic acid
acido ascorbico {m} [organic compound] :: ascorbic acid
acido aspartico {m} [amino acid] :: aspartic acid
acido barbiturico {m} [organic compound] :: barbituric acid
acido benzensolfonico {m} [organic compound] :: benzenesulfonic acid
acido benzoico {m} [organic compound] :: benzoic acid
acido biliare {m} [biochemistry] :: bile acid
acido borico {m} [chemistry] :: boric acid
acido bromico {m} [inorganic compound] :: bromic acid
acido bromidrico {m} [inorganic compound] :: hydrobromic acid
acido butanoico {m} [organic compound] :: butanoic acid
acido butirrico {m} [fatty acid] :: butyric acid
acido caprico {m} [fatty acid] :: capric acid
acido caprilico {m} [fatty acid] :: caprylic acid
acido caprinico {m} [organic compound] :: capric acid
acido caproico {m} [fatty acid] :: caproic acid
acido carbolico {m} [organic compound] :: carbolic acid
acido carbonico {m} :: carbonic acid
acido carbossilico {m} [organic chemistry] :: carboxylic acid
acido cerotico {m} [fatty acid] :: cerotic acid
acido cianidrico {m} [inorganic compound] :: hydrocyanic acid
acido citrico {m} [organic compound] :: citric acid
acido clorico {m} [inorganic compound] :: chloric acid
acido cloridrico {m} [inorganic compound] :: hydrochloric acid
acido cloroso {m} [inorganic compound] :: chlorous acid
acido coniugato {m} [chemistry] :: conjugate acid
acido crenico {m} [organic compound] :: crenic acid
acido crotonico {m} [organic compound] :: crotonic acid
acido decanoico {m} [organic compound] :: decanoic acid
acido deossiribonucleico {m} [biochemistry, genetics] :: deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA)
acido desossiribonucleico {m} [biochemistry, genetics] :: deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA)
acido domoico {m} [organic compound] :: domoic acid
acido eicosapentaenoico {m} [organic compound] :: eicosapentaenoic acid
acidofilia {f} :: acidophilia
acidofilo {adj} :: acidophilic
acidofilo {m} [biology] :: acidophile, acidophilus
acido fluoridrico {m} [chemistry] :: hydrofluoric acid
acido folico {m} [vitamin, organic compound] :: folic acid
acido formico {m} [organic compound] :: formic acid
acido fosfonico {m} [inorganic compound] :: phosphonic acid
acido fosforico {m} [inorganic compound] :: phosphoric acid
acido fosforoso {m} [inorganic compound] :: phosphorous acid
acido ftalico {m} [organic compound] :: phthalic acid
acido fulminico {m} [chemistry] :: fulminic acid
acido fumarico {m} [organic compound] :: fumaric acid
acido galatturonico {m} [organic compound] :: galacturonic acid
acido gallico {m} [organic compound] :: gallic acid
acido glicolico {m} [organic compound] :: glycolic acid
acido gluconico {m} [organic compound] :: gluconic acid
acido glucuronico {m} [organic compound] :: glucuronic acid
acido glutammico {m} [amino acid] :: glutamic acid
acido glutarico {m} [organic compound] :: glutaric acid
acido grasso {m} [organic compound] :: fatty acid
acido ialuronico {m} [organic compound] :: hyaluronic acid
acido idrocinnamico {m} [organic compound] :: hydrocinnamic acid
acido iodico {m} [inorganic compound] :: iodic acid
acido iodidrico {m} [inorganic compound] :: hydroiodic acid
acido ipobromoso {m} [inorganic compound] :: hypobromous acid
acido ipocloroso {m} [inorganic compound] :: hypochlorous acid
acido ipofluoroso {m} [inorganic compound] :: hypofluorous acid
acido ipofosforoso {m} [inorganic compound] :: hypophosphorous acid
acido iponitroso {m} [inorganic compound] :: hyponitrous acid
acido ippurico {m} [organic compound] :: hippuric acid
acido jasmonico {m} [organic compound] :: jasmonic acid
acido kainico {m} [organic compound] :: kainic acid
acido lattico {m} :: lactic acid
acido laurico {m} [organic compound] :: lauric acid
acido linoleico {m} [organic compound] :: linoleic acid
acido linolenico {m} [fatty acid] :: linolenic acid
acido lipoico {m} [organic compound] :: lipoic acid
acido lisergico {m} :: lysergic acid
acido lisergico {m} :: acid (LSD)
acidolisi {f} [organic chemistry] :: acidolysis
acido maleico {m} [organic compound] :: maleic acid
acido malico {m} [organic compound] :: malic acid
acido malonico {m} [organic compound] :: malonic acid
acido mandelico {m} [organic compound] :: mandelic acid
acido metafosforico {m} [inorganic compound] :: metaphosphoric acid
acido mevalonico {m} [organic compound] :: mevalonic acid
acido miristico {m} [fatty acid] :: myristic acid
acido molibdico {n} [inorganic compound] :: molybdic acid
acido mucico {n} [organic compound] :: mucic acid
acido muriatico {m} [inorganic compound] :: muriatic acid
acido naftalico {m} [organic compound] :: naphthalic acid
acido naftenico {m} [organic compound] :: naphthenic acid
acido nitrico {m} [inorganic compound] :: nitric acid
acido nitroso {m} [chemistry] :: nitrous acid
acido nucleico {m} [genetics] :: nucleic acid
acido oleico {m} [fatty acid] :: oleic acid
acido orotico {m} [chemistry] :: orotic acid
acido ossalico {m} [organic compound] :: oxalic acid
acido palmitico {m} [fatty acid] :: palmitic acid
acido palmitoleico {m} [fatty acid] :: palmitoleic acid
acido pantotenico {m} [organic compound] :: pantothenic acid
acido parabanico {m} [chemistry] :: parabanic acid
acido pentanoico {m} [organic compound] :: pentanoic acid
acido peracetico {m} [organic compound] :: peracetic acid
acido perbromico {m} [inorganic compound] :: perbromic acid
acido perclorico {m} [inorganic compound] :: perchloric acid
acido periodico {m} [inorganic compound] :: periodic acid
acido picrico {m} [organic compound] :: picric acid
acido pirofosforico {m} [inorganic compound] :: pyrophosphoric acid
acido pirogallico {m} [organic compound] :: pyrogallic acid
acido pirosolforico {m} [inorganic compound] :: pyrosulfuric acid
acido piruvico {m} [organic compound] :: pyruvic acid
acido poliamminopolicarbossilico {m} [organic compound] :: polyaminopolycarboxylic acid
acido poligalatturonico {m} [carbohydrate] :: polygalacturonic acid
acido prussico {m} [inorganic compound] :: prussic acid
acido racemico {m} [organic compound] :: racemic acid
acido ribonucleico {m} [genetics] :: ribonucleic acid
acido ricinoleico {m} [fatty acid] :: ricinoleic acid
acido salicilico {m} [organic compound] :: salicylic acid
acido selenico {m} [inorganic compound] :: selenic acid
acidosi {f} :: acidosis
acido sialico {m} [organic compound] :: sialic acid
acido silicico {m} [chemistry] :: silicic acid
acido solfanilico {m} [organic compound] :: sulfanilic acid
acido solfidrico {m} [chemistry] :: hydrosulfuric acid; hydrogen sulfide
acido solfonico {m} [organic compound] :: sulfonic acid
acido solforico {m} [inorganic chemistry] :: sulfuric acid
acido solforoso {m} [inorganic compound] :: sulfurous acid
acido sorbico {m} [organic compound] :: sorbic acid
acido stannico {m} [inorganic compound] :: stannic acid
acido stearico {m} [fatty acid] :: stearic acid
acido succinico {m} [organic compound] :: succinic acid
acido tannico {m} [organic compound] :: tannic acid
acido tartarico {m} [organic compound] :: tartaric acid
acido tereftalico {m} [organic compound] :: terephthalic acid
acido tiosolforico {m} [inorganic compound] :: thiosulfuric acid
acido tricloroacetico {m} [organic compound] :: trichloroacetic acid
acido urico {m} :: uric acid
acido valerico {m} [organic compound] :: valeric acid
acido xantico {m} [organic compound] :: xanthic acid
acidulante {v} :: present participle of acidulare
acidulare {vt} :: to acidulate
acidulato {adj} :: acidulated
acidulazione {f} :: acidulation
acidulo {adj} :: acidulous, sourish
acidume {m} :: sour taste
acidume {m} :: acid substance
aciduria {f} [medicine] :: aciduria
acifillo {adj} [botany] :: Having needle-shaped leaves
acilato {adj} [organic chemistry] :: acylated
acilcarnitina {f} [biochemistry] :: acylcarnitine
acile {m} [organic chemistry] :: acyl
Acilia {prop} :: A small town between Rome and Ostia
acilico {adj} [organic chemistry] :: acyl (attributive)
Acilio {prop} :: given name
Acillino {prop} :: given name
aciltransferasi {f} [enzyme] :: acyltransferase
Acindino {prop} :: given name
acinesia {f} [medicine] :: akinesia
acinetico {adj} :: akinetic
aciniforme {adj} :: aciniform
acino {m} :: a berry
acino {m} :: a grain (of rice etc)
acino d'uva {m} :: a grape
acinoso {adj} :: acinous
acioli {f} :: Acholi (language)
Acireale {prop} :: A town in the province of Catania, Sicily
acirologia {f} [grammar] :: acyrology
Aciscolo {prop} :: given name
aclamidato {adj} [botany] :: achlamydeous
aclamide {adj} :: synonym of aclamidato
aclassismo {m} :: classlessness
aclassista {adj} :: classless
aclassistico {adj} :: classlessness (attributive)
acline {adj} :: aclinic
aclista {mf} :: A member of Associazioni Cristiane dei Lavoratori Italiani
acloridria {f} [medicine] :: achlorhydria
acluofobia {f} :: achluophobia (fear of the dark)
acme {f} :: acme
acmonital {m} :: A form of steel used in Italy during the autarchy and the Second World War to make coins
acne {f} [disease] :: acne
acneico {adj} [pathology] :: acne [attributive]
acolito {m} :: alternative form of accolito
acondroplasia {f} [teratology] :: achondroplasia
aconfessionale {adj} :: nondenominational
aconfessionalità {f} :: nondenominationalism
aconflittuale {adj} :: nonconflicting, nonconflictual
aconitina {f} [organic compound] :: aconitine
aconito {m} :: aconite (plant and herbal preparation), monkshood
a conti fatti {adv} :: all things considered, on balance
acontista {m} :: archer (soldier armed with darts or arrows)
acoria {f} :: acoria
acoro {m} :: sweet flag
acotiledone {f} :: acotyledon
acotiledone {adj} :: acotyledonous
acqua {f} /ˈak.kwa/ :: water
acqua {f} [rowing] :: lane
Acqua {prop} [astrology] :: The astrological element Water that comprises the three water signs (Cancro, Scorpione and Pesci)
acqua-acqua {adj} [military] :: ship-to-ship, surface-to-surface
acqua alta {f} [usually, uncountable] /ˈak.kwa ˈal.ta/ :: acqua alta (regular flooding in Venice)
acqua-aria {adj} [military] :: surface-to-air, ship-to-air
acqua benedetta {f} :: synonym of acqua santa
acquaccia {f} :: bad water
acquaccia {f} :: downpour
acquacedrata {f} :: citron-water
Acquacheta {prop} :: A river that flows through Tuscany and Emilia-Romagna
acquaciclo {m} :: pedal boat
acquacoltore {m} :: aquaculturist
acquacoltura {f} :: aquaculture
acqua corrente {f} :: running water
acquacotta {f} :: A Tuscan vegetable soup
acquacultura {f} :: alternative form of acquacoltura
acquadella {f} :: smelt (especially Atherina boyeri)
acqua del rubinetto {f} :: tap water
acquadernante {v} :: present participle of acquadernare
acquadernare {v} :: To bind pages to form a quaderno
acqua di Colonia {f} :: cologne, eau de Cologne
acqua di invaso {n} :: backwater (water held back by a dam or obstruction)
acqua di mare {f} :: seawater
acqua di rose {f} :: rose water
acqua di rubinetto {f} :: tap water
acqua di scolo {f} :: waste water, sewage, black water
acqua distillata {f} :: distilled water
acqua dolce {f} :: fresh water, freshwater
acqua e sapone {adj} :: (literally: water and soap; usually of a woman) girl next door; with no makeup; fresh and natural; simple; natural
acquaforestazione {f} :: A form of agroforestry that combines agriculture, forestry and fishing
acquaforte {f} :: etching
acquafortista {mf} :: etcher
acqua fresca {f} :: fresh water
acqua in bocca {interj} :: An injunction to keep a secret; mum's the word;under one's hat
acquaio {m} :: A kitchen sink, a sink
acquaio {adj} [used in certain expressions] :: that which carries water or rain
acquaiolo {adj} /ak.kwaˈjɔ.lo/ :: water (attributive), aquatic
acquaiolo {m} :: water vendor
acquaiuolo {adj} /ak.kwaˈjwɔ.lo/ :: alternative spelling of acquaiolo
acquajolo {m} :: alternative spelling of acquaiolo
acquajuolo {m} :: obsolete spelling of acquaiuolo
acquamanile {m} :: ewer
acquamarina {adj} [color] :: aquamarine
acquamarina {f} [gems] :: aquamarine
acquamarina {m} [colors] :: aquamarine
acquametria {f} [chemistry] :: aquametrics
acquametrico {adj} :: aquametric
acqua minerale {f} :: mineral water
acqua morta {f} :: synonym of acqua stagnante
acquananfa {f} :: orange blossom water
acqua naturale {f} :: natural water, but especially still, bottled mineral water
acquanauta {f} :: aquanaut
acqua nera {f} :: liquid sewage
acquaneve {m} :: sleet (mixture of rain and snow)
acquante {v} :: present participle of acquare
acqua oligominerale {f} :: oligomineral water
acqua ossigenata {f} [inorganic compound] :: hydrogen peroxide
acquapark {m} :: Water-based theme park
acquapendente {v} :: present participle of acquapendere
acquapendente {f} :: drainage basin (sloping land each side of a watershed)
acqua pesante {f} :: heavy water (deuterium oxide)
acqua piovana {f} :: rainwater
acquaplanista {mf} :: aquaplanist
acquaplano {m} :: aquaplane
acquaporina {f} [protein] :: aquaporin
acqua potabile {f} :: drinking water
acqua ragia {f} :: alternative form of acquaragia
acquaragia {f} :: turpentine
acquare {vt} [obsolete] /akˈkwa.re/ :: to water, irrigate
acquare {vt} [obsolete] :: to water (animals)
acquare {vi} [obsolete] :: to stock up on water
acquareccia {f} :: alternative form of acquereccia
acqua regia {f} :: aqua regia
acquarellante {v} :: present participle of acquarellare
acquarellare {vt} :: alternative form of acquerellare
acquarellista {mf} :: watercolourist
acquarello {m} :: alternative form of acquerello
acquariano {m} :: Aquarian
acquario {m} :: aquarium
Acquario {prop} :: Aquarius
acquariofilia {f} :: The breeding of fish in a domestic aquarium
acquariofilo {m} :: aquarist
acquariologia {f} :: aquariology
Acquarossa {prop} :: The administrative capital of Ticino in Switzerland
acquartieramento {m} [military] :: quartering
acquartierante {v} :: present participle of acquartierare
acquartierare {vt} :: To quarter (troops)
acqua salata {f} :: salt water, seawater
acqua santa {f} :: holy water
acquasanta {f} :: alternative spelling of acqua santa
Acquasanta Terme {prop} :: A small town in the province of Ascoli Piceno in the Marche
acquasantiera {f} :: stoup (receptacle for holy water)
acquascivolo {m} :: water slide
acquascooter {m} [vehicle, nautical] /ak.kwaˈsku.ter/ :: jet ski, sea scooter, water scooter
acqua stagnante {f} :: stagnant water (water that does not flow)
acquastrino {adj} :: waterlogged
acquata {f} :: shower (precipitation), downpour, cloudburst
acquatella {f} :: silverside (fish of the genus Atherina)
acqua termale {f} :: thermal water (from a thermal spring)
acqua-terra {adj} [military] :: surface-to-surface, ship-to-shore
acquaterra {adj} :: ship-to-ground (missile)
acquaticcio {m} :: heavily watered-down wine
acquaticità {f} :: aquatic readiness
acquaticità {f} :: (by extension) baby swimming
acquatico {adj} :: aquatic, water
acquatile {adj} :: watery
acquatile {adj} :: aquatic
acquatina {m} :: heavily watered-down wine
acquatinta {f} :: aquatint
acquato {m} :: heavily watered-down wine
acqua tonica {f} :: soda water
acqua tonica {f} :: tonic water
acquattamento {m} :: flattening of crops by the weather
acquattamento {m} :: crouching down
acquattante {v} :: present participle of acquattare
acquattantesi {v} :: present participle of acquattarsi
acquattare {vt} :: To bend or flatten crops (of the wind or rain)
acquattarsi {vr} :: To crouch down or huddle (from the elements etc)
acquattarsi {vr} :: to lurk
acquattatosi {v} :: past participle of acquattarsi
acquavita {f} :: alternative form of acquavite
acquavitaio {m} :: brandy seller
acquavite {f} :: brandy (or similar)
acqua viva {f} :: living water (water from a perennial spring)
acquazzone {m} /ak.kwatˈt͡so.ne/ :: shower (precipitation), downpour, cloudburst, rainstorm
acque costiere {f} :: coastal waters, territorial waters
acquedottistico {adj} :: aqueduct (attributive)
acquedotto {m} :: aqueduct
acquemoto {m} :: waterquake
acque nere {fp} :: black water, sewage, wastewater
acqueo {adj} /ˈak.kwe.o/ :: water (attributive), watery
acque oceaniche {f} :: oceanic waters; high seas
acquereccia {f} :: An ornamental water jug
acquerella {f} :: drizzle (light rain)
acquerellante {v} :: present participle of acquerellare
acquerellare {vt} :: To paint in watercolour
acquerellista {f} :: watercolourist, watercolorist
acquerello {m} [painting] :: watercolor, watercolour
acquerugiola {f} :: drizzle (light rain)
acquetante {v} :: present participle of acquetare
acquetare {vt} :: alternative spelling of acquietare
acque territoriali {f} :: territorial waters
acquetta {f} :: drizzle (light rain)
acquicella {f} :: light drizzle
acquicolo {adj} :: aquatic, water (attributive)
acquicoltore {m} :: alternative spelling of acquacoltore
acquicoltura {f} :: alternative spelling of acquacoltura
acquido {adj} :: synonym of acquoso
acquidoccio {m} [obsolete] :: aqueduct
acquidoccio {m} :: pit that collects rainwater from fields
acquidoso {adj} :: synonym of acquoso
acquidotto {m} :: obsolete form of acquedotto
acquidrino {m} :: alternative form of acquitrino
acquiescente {adj} /ak.kwjeʃˈʃɛn.te/ :: acquiescent
acquiescentemente {adv} /ak.kwjeʃ.ʃen.teˈmen.te/ :: acquiescently
acquiescenza {f} /ak.kwjeʃˈʃɛn.t͡sa/ :: acquiescence
acquiescere {v} /ak.kwiˈɛʃ.ʃe.re/ :: to resign oneself
acquietabile {adj} :: appeasable
acquietamento {m} :: appeasement
acquietante {v} :: present participle of acquietare
acquietantesi {v} :: present participle of acquietarsi
acquietare {vt} /ak.kwjeˈta.re/ :: to calm
acquietare {vt} :: to quieten
acquietare {vt} :: to appease
acquietarsi {v} /ak.kwjeˈtar.si/ :: reflexive of acquietare
acquietarsi {v} :: to calm down
acquietatosi {v} :: past participle of acquietarsi
acquifero {adj} :: aquiferous
acquirente {mf} :: buyer, purchaser
acquisente {v} :: present participle of acquisire
acquisibile {adj} :: obtainable, acquirable
acquisire {vt} :: to acquire
acquisire {vt} :: to gain
acquisitivo {adj} :: prescription, usucaption
acquisitizio {adj} :: acquisitive (acquired from others)
acquisito {adj} :: acquired
acquisitore {m} :: acquirer
acquisitore {m} :: buyer, purchaser
acquisizione {f} :: acquisition
acquistabile {adj} :: That can be bought, that can be purchased, purchasable
acquistante {v} :: present participle of acquistare
acquistare {vt} :: to buy or purchase
acquistare {vt} :: to acquire
acquistare {vt} :: to gain
acquistare {vi} :: to improve
acquisto {m} :: purchase, acquisition
acquitrino {m} :: marsh, swamp, bog, bayou
acquitrinoso {adj} :: marshy, swampy, boggy
acquolina {f} :: The secretion of saliva in anticipation of food
acquosità {f} :: wateriness
acquoso {adj} :: watery
acrale {adj} [anatomy] :: acral
acre {adj} :: sharp, sour
acre {adj} :: harsh
acredine {f} :: acrimony
acredine {f} :: sharpness (of a smell, taste etc)
acremente {adv} :: acridly
Acri {prop} :: A town in the province of Cosenza in Calabria
Acri {prop} :: Acre, a city of Israel
acribia {f} :: scrupulousness, rigorous accuracy
acridina {f} [organic compound] :: acridine
acrigno {adj} :: synonym of asprigno
acrilammide {f} [organic compound] :: acrylamide
acrilato {m} [organic compound] :: acrylate
acrile {m} [organic chemistry] :: acryl
acrilico {adj} :: acrylic
acrilonitrile {m} [organic compound] :: acrylonitrile
acrilonitrilico {adj} [organic chemistry] :: acrylonitrilic
acrimonia {f} :: acrimony, animosity
acrimoniosamente {adv} :: acrimoniously
acrimonioso {adj} :: acrimonious, bitter, sharp, rancorous
acrisia {f} :: acriticality
acrisia {f} [pathology] :: The presence of symptoms that make diagnosis difficult
Acrisio {prop} :: given name
acritano {adj} :: Acre (attributive)
acriticamente {adv} :: uncritically, acritically
acriticità {f} :: Condition of being uncritical; dogmatism
acritico {adj} :: uncritical, dogmatic, acritical
acro- {prefix} :: tip
acro- {prefix} :: extremity
acro- {prefix} :: peak
acro {m} :: acre (unit of measure)
acroamatico {adj} :: acroamatic
acrobata {mf} :: acrobat
acrobaticamente {adv} :: acrobatically
acrobatico {adj} :: acrobatic
acrobatico {adj} :: aerobatic
acrobazia {f} :: acrobatics (especially in plural)
acrocefalia {f} :: acrocephaly
acrocefalo {adj} :: acrocephalic
acrocentrico {adj} [genetics] :: acrocentric
acrocianosi {f} [medicine] :: acrocyanosis
acrocoro {m} :: highlands
acrofobia {f} :: acrophobia
acrofonia {f} :: acrophony
acroleina {f} [organic compound] :: acrolein
acrolito {m} :: acrolith
acromasia {f} :: achromasia
acromatico {adj} :: achromatic (all senses)
acromatismo {m} :: achromatism
acromatizzante {v} :: present participle of acromatizzare
acromatizzare {vt} :: To achromatize (remove chromatic aberration)
acromatopsia {f} [medicine] :: achromatopsia
acromegalia {f} [medicine] :: acromegaly
acromia {f} :: achromia (lack of pigmentation)
acromico {adj} :: achromic
acromicria {f} [pathology] :: acromicria; acromicric dysplasia
acromio {m} [anatomy] :: acromial spur
acromo {adj} :: achromic (lacking colour)
acromocentrico {adj} [genetics] :: telocentric
acromodermia {f} [medicine] :: achromoderma, amelanosis
acronimo {m} :: An acronym
acronimo {m} :: initialism
acronimologo {m} :: acronymist
acroparestesia {f} [pathology] :: acroparaesthesia
acropoli {f} :: acropolis (elevated part of a city in ancient Greece)
Acropoli {prop} :: Acropolis
acrostico {m} :: An acrostic or word game
acrostolio {m} [nautical] :: figurehead (at the prow of a ship)
acroteriale {adj} :: acroterial
acroterio {m} :: acroterion
acrotonico {adj} [linguistics] :: Describing a word that has the stress on the first or last syllable
actea {f} :: baneberry (of genus Actaea)
actina {f} [protein] :: actin
actinico {adj} :: actinic (all senses)
actinina {f} [protein] :: actinin
actinolite {f} [mineral] :: actinolite
actinomicete {m} :: actinomycete
actinomicosi {f} :: actinomycosis
actinomiosina {f} [protein] :: actinomyosin
actinomorfo {adj} [botany] :: actinomorphic, actinomorphous
actinorriza {f} [botany] :: actinorhiza
Actv {initialism} [Venice] :: Azienda Consorzio Trasporti Veneziano - the Venice public transport authority
acucettore {f} [physiology] :: acceptor (cluster of skin cells)
acuente {v} :: present participle of acuire
acuentesi {v} :: present participle of acuirsi
acufene {m} [medicine] :: tinnitus
acuire {vt} :: To sharpen or whet
acuirsi {vr} :: To sharpen; to worsen
acuità {f} :: acuity, sharpness
acuità {f} :: acuteness, astuteness
acuitosi {v} :: past participle of acuirsi
acuizione {f} :: sharpening
acuizione {f} :: acuity
aculeato {adj} :: aculeate
aculeo {m} [zoology] :: spine
aculeo {m} [zoology] :: stinger
aculeo {m} [botany] :: aculeus, prickle
acume {m} :: acumen, acuteness, sharpness
acuminato {adj} :: sharp
acuminato {adj} :: pointed
acusma {f} :: acousma
acustica {f} :: acoustics
acusticamente {adv} :: acoustically
acustico {adj} :: acoustic, sound [attributive]
acustico {adj} :: auditory, sound [attributive], sonic, aural
acusticofobia {f} :: acousticophobia
acustoelasticità {f} :: acoustoelasticity
acustoelastico {adj} :: acoustoelastic
acustoelettricità {f} :: acoustoelectricity
acustoelettrico {adj} [physics] :: acoustoelectric
acustoelettronica {f} :: acoustoelectronics
acustoelettronico {adj} :: acoustoelectronic
acutamente {adv} :: acutely
acutangolo {adj} :: acute-angled
acutezza {f} :: acuteness
acutezza {f} :: sharpness
acutezza visiva {f} [anatomy, optics] :: visual acuity, vision
acutissimo {adj} :: superlative of acuto
acutissimo {adj} :: very high (sound)
acutissimo {adj} :: very sharp
acutissimo {adj} :: very intense, very acute (pain)
acutizzante {v} :: present participle of acutizzare
acutizzantesi {v} :: present participle of acutizzarsi
acutizzare {vt} :: to intensify
acutizzare {vt} :: to sharpen
acutizzarsi {vr} :: To worsen
acutizzatosi {v} :: past participle of acutizzarsi
acutizzazione {f} :: worsening, intensification (becoming more acute)
acuto {adj} :: acute
acuto {adj} :: sharp
acuto {adj} [music] :: high-pitched, high, shrill [voice, etc.]
acuto {m} [music, in absolute, un acuto] :: high note, top note
acuzie {f} :: acuteness, intensity, sharpness
Acuzio {prop} :: given name
ad {prep} :: to, at, in [used before a vowel for euphony instead of a]
AD {mf} :: initialism of amministratore delegato
ad acqua {adj} :: water-powered
adacquamento {m} :: watering
adacquante {v} :: present participle of adacquare
adacquare {vt} [obsolete] /a.dakˈkwa.re/ :: to water
adacquare {vt} :: To water, irrigate
adacquare {vt} [rare] :: to water down, dilute
adacquatore {m} :: irrigation canal
adacquatrice {f} :: A small irrigation ditch
adacquatura {f} :: irrigation, watering
adagetto {m} /a.daˈdʒet.to/ :: diminutive of adagio
adagetto {m} [music] :: A tempo or movement that is slightly faster than an adagio; an adagietto
adagiamento {m} :: laying down
adagiante {v} :: present participle of adagiare
adagiantesi {v} :: present participle of adagiarsi
adagiare {vt} :: To lay down carefully
adagiarsi {v} :: reflexive of adagiare
adagiarsi {vr} :: to lie down
adagiarsi {vr} :: to make oneself comfortable
adagiarsi sugli allori {v} [idiomatic] :: to rest on one's laurels
adagiatosi {v} :: past participle of adagiarsi
adagietto {m} :: obsolete form of adagetto
adagio {adv} :: slowly
adagio {m} [music] :: adagio
adagio {m} :: proverb, adage or saying
adagissimo {adv} :: superlative of adagio
Adalardo {prop} :: given name
Adalberto {prop} /a.dalˈbɛr.to/ :: given name, older form of Alberto
Adalciso {prop} :: given name
Adalfredo {prop} :: given name
Adalgisio {prop} :: given name
Adalgiso {prop} :: given name
Adalindo {prop} :: given name
Adalio {prop} :: given name
Adaloaldo {prop} :: given name
Adalrico {prop} :: given name
Adam {m} [colloquial] :: ecstasy (drug)
adamantino {adj} :: adamantine
adamita {m} :: adamite
adamitico {adj} :: Used chiefly in the phrase in costume adamitico and synonyms (such as in tenuta adamitica, in veste adamitica, in abiti adamitici, etc)
adamitico {adj} :: Adam (attributive)
Adamo {prop} :: Adam [biblical character]
Adamo {prop} :: given name
adangme {f} :: Adangme (language)
ad armacollo {adv} :: slung across the shoulders
adassiale {adj} [botany] :: adaxial
adattabile {adj} :: adaptable
adattabile {adj} :: convertible
adattabile {adj} :: pliable
adattabilità {f} :: adaptability, adaptiveness
adattamento {m} :: adaptation (all senses)
adattamento {m} :: conversion
adattante {v} :: present participle of adattare
adattantesi {v} :: present participle of adattarsi
adattare {vt} :: to adapt
adattare {vt} :: to convert
adattarsi {v} :: reflexive of adattare
adattarsi {v} :: to adapt
adattarsi {v} :: to make the best of
adattativo {adj} :: adaptive
adattato {adj} :: adapted
adattatore {m} :: adapter, converter
adattatore {adj} :: adaptor (attributive)
adattatore USB {m} [computing] :: USB adapter
adattatosi {v} :: past participle of adattarsi
adattevole {adj} :: synonym of adattabile
adattilia {f} :: adactyly
adattino {adj} [biochemistry] :: Relating to, or composed of adaptin
adattissimo {adj} :: superlative of adatto
adattivo {adj} :: adaptive
adatto {adj} :: suitable or adapted for
Adaulfo {prop} :: given name
ad avancarica {adj} :: muzzle-loading
Adda {prop} :: A tributary of the river Po in northern Italy
Addai {prop} :: given name
addarsi {vr} :: To notice, realize
addarsi {vr} :: To dedicate oneself
Addaura {prop} :: A small town in the province of Palermo, Sicily
addax {m} :: addax
addaziante {v} :: present participle of addaziare
addaziare {v} :: To subject to duty or a tribute
addebbiante {v} :: present participle of addebbiare
addebbiare {v} :: To fertilize soil by burning stubble etc
addebitabile {adj} :: chargeable
addebitabilità {f} :: chargeability
addebitamento {m} :: debit
addebitamento {m} :: debiting
addebitante {v} :: present participle of addebitare
addebitare {vt} :: to debit, charge
addebitare {vt} :: to charge, blame
addebito {m} :: debit, charge
addebito {m} :: charge, allegation, imputation, accusation
addecimamento {m} :: tithing
addecimante {v} :: present participle of addecimare
addecimare {vt} :: to tithe
addecimatore {m} :: tither (A person who pays tithes)
addecimazione {f} :: tithing
addendo {m} :: addend
addensamento {m} :: thickening
addensamento {m} :: gathering
addensante {v} :: present participle of addensare
addensante {m} :: thickener
addensante {adj} :: thickening
addensantesi {v} :: present participle of addensarsi
addensare {vt} :: To thicken
addensarsi {vr} :: To thicken (become dense)
addensato {adj} :: thick
addensatore {m} :: thickener
addensatosi {v} :: past participle of addensarsi
addentante {v} :: present participle of addentare
addentare {vt} :: to bite (into)
addentatura {f} :: bite (cavity due to material removed by biting)
addentatura {f} :: slot, groove (in woodwork)
addentellante {v} :: present participle of addentellare
addentellare {vt} :: To tooth
addentellato {adj} :: toothed
addento {adv} :: inside, internally
addento {adv} :: deeply
addentrante {v} :: present participle of addentrare
addentrantesi {v} :: present participle of addentrarsi
addentrare {vt} :: To penetrate
addentrarsi {v} :: reflexive of addentrare
addentrarsi {vr} :: to penetrate
addentrarsi {vr} :: to go (deeply) (into)
addentratosi {v} :: past participle of addentrarsi
addestrabile {adj} :: trainable
addestrabilità {f} :: trainability
addestramento {m} :: training
addestrante {v} :: present participle of addestrare
addestrantesi {v} :: present participle of addestrarsi
addestrare {vt} :: to train someone or animal for something
addestrarsi {vr} :: To train (oneself)
addestratissimo {adj} :: superlative of addestrato
addestrativo {adj} :: training (attributive)
addestrato {adj} :: trained (for a task)
addestratore {m} :: trainer (of animals)
addestratosi {v} :: past participle of addestrarsi
addestratrice {f} :: female trainer (of animals)
addetta stampa {f} :: a press agent
addetta tuttofare {f} :: handywoman
addetta tuttofare {f} :: girl Friday
addetta tuttofare {f} :: right-hand woman
addetto {adj} :: assigned (to)
addetto {adj} :: intended (for)
addetto {m} :: a specified type of worker, cameraman
addetto {m} [embassy] :: attaché
addetto alla schiumatura {m} :: skimmer
addetto diplomatico {m} :: attaché (diplomatic officer)
addetto stampa {m} :: A press agent
addetto tuttofare {m} :: synonym of assistente tuttofare
addetto tuttofare {m} :: synonym of uomo tuttofare
addì {adv} :: (followed by a specific date) on the
addiacciante {v} :: present participle of addiacciare
addiacciare {v} :: To put animals into a pen or fold (for the night)
addiaccio {m} /adˈdjat.t͡ʃo/ :: pen, run or fold (for animals at night)
addiaccio {m} :: bivouac
addicente {v} :: present participle of addire
addietro {adv} :: before
addietro {adv} :: ago
addiettivo {m} /ad.djetˈti.vo/ :: obsolete form of aggettivo
addimandante {v} :: present participle of addimandare
addimandare {v} :: To ask (for), request
addimandare {v} :: To call, name
addimesticante {v} :: present participle of addimesticare
addimesticare {v} :: alternative form of addomesticare
addimorante {v} :: present participle of addimorare
addimorare {v} :: alternative form of dimorare
addimorare {v} :: To loiter, linger
addimostrante {v} :: present participle of addimostrare
addimostrare {v} :: alternative form of dimostrare
addio {interj} /adˈdi.o/ :: goodbye, farewell
addio {m} :: goodbye, farewell
addio al celibato {m} :: bachelor party, stag night
addio al nubilato {m} :: hen party, bachelorette party, hen night
addipanante {v} :: present participle of addipanare
addipanare {v} :: alternative form of dipanare
addire {vt} :: to dedicate
addirittura {adv} /addiritˈtura/ :: even
addirittura {adv} :: directly
addirittura {adv} :: absolutely
addirizzamento {m} :: straightening
addirizzamento {m} :: correcting, correction
addirizzamento {m} :: addressing
addirizzante {v} :: present participle of addirizzare
addirizzare {v} :: To straighten
addirizzare {v} :: To correct
addirizzare {v} :: To address
addirsi {v} [impersonal] /ad̪.ˈd̪ir.si/ :: To suit, or be suitable (for)
addisoniano {adj} :: Addison (attributive)
additante {v} :: present participle of additare
additare {v} :: to point out (especially with the finger)
additivamente {adv} :: additively; as an additive
additivante {v} :: present participle of additivare
additivare {vt} :: To add one or more additives to something
additivazione {f} :: The act of adding additives to something
additività {f} :: additivity
additivo {m} :: an additive
additivo {adj} [mathematics] :: additive
additivo alimentare {m} :: food additive
addiveniente {v} :: present participle of addivenire
addivenire {vi} :: to arrive
addivenire {vi} :: to happen
addizionabile {adj} :: Able, or permitted to be added
addizionale {adj} :: additional
addizionale {f} :: surtax
addizionalmente {adv} :: additionally
addizionante {v} :: present participle of addizionare
addizionare {vt} :: To add or add up
addizionatore {m} :: adding machine
addizionatrice {f} :: adding machine
addizione {f} :: addition
Addo {prop} :: given name
addobbamento {m} :: decorating; decoration
addobbamento {m} :: adorning; adornment
addobbante {v} :: present participle of addobbare
addobbare {vt} :: to decorate
addobbare {vt} :: to dress up [in fancy costume]
addobbatore {m} :: decorator
addobbo {m} :: decoration
addocilente {v} :: present participle of addocilire
addocilire {v} :: To tame (make docile)
addocilire {v} :: To soften (clothes etc)
addogante {v} :: present participle of addogare
addogare {v} :: To divide into strips (like a stave)
addogato {adj} [heraldry] :: paly
addogliante {v} :: present participle of addogliare
addogliare {v} [literary, poetic] /ad.doʎˈʎa.re/ :: to grieve
addolcante {v} :: present participle of addolcare
addolcare {v} :: To sweeten
addolcare {v} :: To soften
addolcente {v} :: present participle of addolcire
addolcentesi {v} :: present participle of addolcirsi
addolciante {v} :: present participle of addolciare
addolciare {v} [obsolete] :: To soften or mitigate
addolcimento {m} :: sweetening
addolcire {vt} :: to sweeten
addolcire {vt} :: to soften, soothe
addolcirsi {v} :: reflexive of addolcire
addolcirsi {v} :: to soften, mellow
addolcitivo {adj} :: sweetening
addolcitivo {adj} :: softening, soothing
addolcitivo {m} :: sedative
addolcitore {m} :: water softener
addolcitosi {v} :: past participle of addolcirsi
addolorante {v} :: present participle of addolorare
addolorantesi {v} :: present participle of addolorarsi
addolorare {vt} :: to grieve
addolorarsi {vr} :: To grieve (over)
Addolorata {prop} [Christianity] :: Our Lady of Sorrows
Addolorata {prop} :: given name, cognate to Dolores
addolorato {adj} :: distressed, upset
addolorato {adj} :: grieving
Addolorato {prop} :: given name
addoloratosi {v} :: past participle of addolorarsi
addomandante {v} :: present participle of addomandare
addomandare {v} :: alternative form of addimandare
addome {m} [anatomy, zoology] :: abdomen
addomesticabile {adj} :: tameable
addomesticabilità {f} :: Property of being tameable or domesticable
addomesticamento {m} :: domestication
addomesticante {v} :: present participle of addomesticare
addomesticantesi {v} :: present participle of addomesticarsi
addomesticare {vt} :: To tame, to domesticate
addomesticarsi {vr} :: To become tame, domesticated
addomesticato {adj} :: tame, domesticated
addomesticatore {m} :: tamer (of animals)
addomesticatosi {v} :: past participle of addomesticarsi
addomesticatura {f} :: synonym of addomesticamento
addomesticazione {f} :: domestication, taming
addomestichevole {adj} :: synonym of addomesticabile
addomestichevolezza {f} :: domesticability, tamability
addominale {adj} [anatomy] :: abdominal
addominale {m} [anatomy, usually plural] :: abdominal, abdominal muscle
addominale {m} [usually plural] :: sit-up
addominali a tartaruga {n} :: six pack (abdominal muscles)
addominalmente {adv} :: abdominally
addomine {m} :: Variant of addome
addominoplastica {f} [surgery] :: abdominoplasty
addoppiamento {m} :: synonym of raddoppiamento
addoppiante {v} :: present participle of addoppiare
addoppiare {vt} :: To double (Variant of: raddoppiare)
addoppiatura {m} :: synonym of addoppiamento
addormentabile {adj} :: That can be put to sleep
addormentamento {m} :: sleepiness
addormentamento {m} :: numbness
addormentante {v} :: present participle of addormentare
addormentantesi {v} :: present participle of addormentarsi
addormentare {vt} :: to send to sleep
addormentarsi {v} :: reflexive of addormentare
addormentarsi {vr} :: to go to sleep [person or limb]; to fall asleep, nod off
addormentarsi {vr} :: to grow numb
addormentativo {adj} :: soporific
addormentato {adj} :: sleeping, sleepy
addormentato {adj} :: stupid, dopey
addormentatore {adj} :: soporific
addormentatosi {v} :: past participle of addormentarsi
addossabile {adj} :: That can be leaned (against)
addossabile {adj} :: due, attributable
addossamento {m} :: buttressing
addossante {v} :: present participle of addossare
addossantesi {v} :: present participle of addossarsi
addossare {vt} :: to lean something against something else
addossare {v} :: to lay, saddle, entrust, charge, burden, shoulder, take, put down to, chalk up to
addossarsi {v} :: reflexive of addossare
addossarsi {v} :: to lean against something
addossatosi {v} :: past participle of addossarsi
addossatura {f} :: synonym of addossamento
addosso {adv} :: on (one's person)
addosso {prep} :: [followed by a] on, next to
addotto {adj} :: adducted
addotto {adj} :: enclosed, annexed
addottoramento {m} :: The conferring of a degree
addottorante {v} :: present participle of addottorare
addottorantesi {v} :: present participle of addottorarsi
addottorare {vt} :: to confer a degree (on)
addottorarsi {vr} :: To graduate
addottosi {v} :: past participle of addursi
addottrinabile {adj} :: That can be indoctrinated
addottrinamento {m} :: indoctrination
addottrinante {v} :: present participle of addottrinare
addottrinantesi {v} :: present participle of addottrinarsi
addottrinare {vt} :: To indoctrinate
addottrinarsi {vr} :: To learn
addottrinatore {m} :: indoctrinator
addottrinatosi {v} :: past participle of addottrinarsi
addottrinatura {f} :: indoctrination
addottrinatura {f} :: doctrine
addottrinatura {f} :: education
addrento {adv} :: alternative form of addento
addrizzante {v} :: present participle of addrizzare
addrizzare {v} :: alternative form of addirizzare
adduante {v} :: present participle of adduare
adduare {v} [obsolete] /ad.duˈa.re/ :: To couple, pair up
adduarsi {vr} [it, obsolete] /ad.duˈar.si/ :: To double oneself; to make a couple, to be joined
adducente {v} :: present participle of addurre
adducentesi {v} :: present participle of addursi
adducibile {adj} :: adducible
addugliante {v} :: present participle of addugliare
addugliare {v} [nautical] :: To coil (a rope etc)
addurre {vt} :: To produce (an example etc)
addurre {vt} :: To advance or put forward (an argument)
addursi {vr} [obsolete] :: to move oneself; to go
adduttivo {adj} :: advancing
adduttivo {adj} :: adducting
addutto {adj} :: alternative form of addotto
adduttore {adj} :: adductive
adduttore {m} :: rheophore
adduzione {f} :: adduction
-ade {suffix} :: -ad [in the names of units]
Ade {prop} /ˈa.de/ :: Hades (deity)
Ade {prop} :: Hades (underworld)
Adeano {prop} [geology] /a.deˈa.no/ :: Hadean (the geologic eon)
ad eccezione di {prep} :: With the exception of; except, but
adectico {adj} :: adecticous
adefago {m} :: adephagan
adeguabile {adj} :: adaptable, adjustable
adeguamento {m} :: adjustment
adeguamento {m} :: adaptation
adeguamento {m} :: onboarding
adeguante {v} :: present participle of adeguare
adeguantesi {v} :: present participle of adeguarsi
adeguare {vt} :: to adjust (to)
adeguare {vt} :: to bring into line (with)
adeguarsi {v} :: reflexive of adeguare
adeguarsi {v} :: to adapt (to)
adeguatamente {adv} :: adequately
adeguatamente {adv} :: suitably
adeguatezza {f} :: adequacy
adeguato {adj} :: fit, suitable, appropriate, proportionate
adeguato {adj} :: fair, just
adeguato {adj} :: sufficient, due
adeguatosi {v} :: past participle of adeguarsi
adeguazione {f} :: adjustment
adeguazione {f} :: adaptation
adeguazione {f} :: adequation
Adelaido {prop} :: given name
Adelardo {prop} :: given name
Adelasio {prop} :: given name
Adelberto {prop} :: given name
Adelchi {prop} :: given name
Adele {prop} /aˈdɛ.le/ :: given name
Adelfa {prop} :: given name
adelfia {f} :: adelphia (plant of the genus Adelphia)
adelfico {adj} :: adelphic
adelfo {adj} [botany] :: adelphous
Adelfo {prop} :: given name
Adelindo {prop} :: given name
Adelino {prop} :: given name
Adelio {prop} :: given name
Adelisio {prop} :: given name
Adeliso {prop} :: given name
Adelmiro {prop} :: given name
Adelmo {prop} :: given name
Adelo {prop} :: given name
adelomorfo {adj} [biology] :: adelomorphous
Ademaro {prop} :: given name
adempibile {adj} :: accomplishable
adempiente {v} :: present participle of adempiere
adempiente {adj} :: complying (with)
adempiente {adj} :: defaulting
adempiere {v} :: to carry out, accomplish, implement or fulfil
adempiere {v} :: to keep, maintain or honour
adempiere {v} :: to comply with
adempimento {m} :: fulfilment
adempimento {m} :: carrying out
adempire {v} :: alternative form of adempiere
adempito {adj} :: accomplished, implemented
ademprivio {m} :: A right to gather wood, glean and/or graze animals
aden- {prefix} [before vowels] :: alternative form of adeno-
adenia {f} :: adenoiditis
adenilato {m} [organic chemistry] :: adenylate
adenilciclasi {f} [enzyme] :: adenylate cyclase, adenylyl cyclase
adenilico {adj} :: adenylic
adenina {f} [organic compound] /a.deˈni.na/ :: adenine
adenite {f} [diseases] :: adenitis (gland inflammation)
adeno- {prefix} :: adeno- (relating to glands)
adenocarcinoma {m} [oncology] :: adenocarcinoma
adenocorticotropo {adj} [anatomy] :: adenocorticotropic
adenoide {adj} :: adenoid (attributive), adenoidal
adenoide {f} [chiefly in the plural] :: adenoids
adenoidectomia {f} [surgery] :: adenoidectomy
adenoideo {adj} :: adenoidal
adenoidismo {m} :: adenoidism
adenoipofisi {f} [anatomy] :: adenohypophysis (anterior pituitary gland)
adenologia {f} [pathology] :: adenology
adenoma {m} [pathology] :: adenoma
adenomatoso {adj} [pathology] :: adenomatous
adenomatoso {adj} [pathology] :: adenomatoid
adenomegalia {f} [pathology] :: adenomegaly
adenopatia {f} [pathology] :: adenopathy
adenosin {f} :: apocopic form of adenosina
adenosina {f} [biochemistry] /a.de.noˈsi.na/ :: adenosine
adenosina monofosfato {f} :: alternative form of adenosinmonofosfato
adenosinatrifosfato {m} [organic chemistry] :: adenosine triphosphate
adenosindifosfato {m} [organic chemistry] /adenozindifosˈfato/ :: adenosine diphosphate
adenosinfosfato {m} [organic chemistry] /a.de.no.zin.fosˈfa.to/ :: adenosine phosphate
adenosinmonofosfato {m} [organic chemistry] /adenozinmonofosˈfato/ :: adenosine monophosphate
adenosintrifosfatasi {f} [organic chemistry] /a.de.no.sin.tri.fos.faˈta.si/ :: adenosinetriphosphatase
adenosintrifosfato {m} [organic chemistry] /a.de.no.zin.tri.fosˈfa.to/ :: adenosine triphosphate
adenoso {adj} :: glandular
adenotomia {f} [surgery] :: adenotomy
adente {v} :: present participle of adire
Adeodato {prop} :: given name
adepta {f} :: feminine noun of adepto
adepto {m} :: follower, initiate
adequante {v} :: present participle of adequare
adequare {v} :: alternative form of adeguare
adequazione {f} :: rare form of adeguazione
aderente {v} :: present participle of aderire
aderente {adj} :: tight, close-fitting, snug
aderente {adj} :: adhesive
aderente {mf} :: adherent, follower, supporter
aderentemente {adv} :: tightly, snuggly
aderentemente {adv} :: adhesively
aderenza {f} :: adhesion
aderenza {f} :: grip (of car tyres on the road)
aderenza {f} :: connection, contact (especially in plural)
adergere {v} /aˈdɛr.d͡ʒe.re/ :: To raise
aderimento {m} :: adhesion
aderire {vi} :: to adhere, stick (to)
aderire {vi} :: to grip [the road]
aderire {vi} :: to join [a movement, a party]
aderire {vi} :: to support [an idea]
aderire {vi} :: to agree to [a request]
Aderito {prop} :: given name
aderizzante {v} :: present participle of aderizzare
aderizzare {vt} :: To make a textured pattern on a surface in order to improve grip with another
aderizzatrice {f} :: A machine that produces the tread on tyres and similar products
aderizzazione {f} :: A textured pattern on a surface created in order to improve grip with another; especially the tread pattern on a tyre / tire
adermina {f} [organic compound] :: synonym of piridossina (Vitamin B6)
adescabile {adj} :: Able to be enticed, lured or seduced
adescamento {m} :: enticement, soliciting, luring
adescamento {m} :: priming (of a pump)
adescante {v} :: present participle of adescare
adescare {vt} :: to lure, entice, hook
adescare {vt} :: to prime [a pump]
adescare {vt} :: to strike [an electric arc]
adescato {adj} :: enticed
adescato {adj} :: lured
adescatore {m} :: enticer, allurer
ad esempio {adv} :: for example, for instance
adesina {f} [biochemistry] :: adhesin
adesione {f} :: adhesion
adesione {f} :: agreement, acceptance
adesione {f} :: support
adesività {f} :: adhesiveness
adesivo {adj} :: adhesive
adesivo {m} :: adhesive
adeso {adj} [botany, chemistry] :: attached, adherent
adespoto {m} :: masterless, ownerless (lacking a master or owner)
adespoto {m} :: anonymous (lacking a named author)
adesso {adv} /aˈdɛs.so/ :: now
a detta di {prep} :: according to
Adhara {prop} :: Adhara, the second brightest star in the constellation of Canis Major
adhocrazia {f} :: adhocracy
ad honorem {adj} :: honorary
adiabaticità {f} [physics] :: adiabaticity
adiabatico {adj} [physics] :: adiabatic
adiacente {adj} :: adjacent, adjoining
adiacenza {f} :: adjacency
adiacenza {f} [in the plural] :: surroundings, vicinity
adiaforia {f} [philosophy] :: adiaphorism
adiaforistico {adj} [philosophy] :: adiaphoristic
adiatermano {adj} [physics] :: adiathermic
adibente {v} :: present participle of adibire
adibibile {adj} :: usable
adibire {vt} :: To use something as something else; to adapt
adibizione {m} :: use, utilization
adibizione {m} :: assignment
adibizione {m} :: destination
Adice {prop} :: medieval spelling of Adige
-adico {suffix} :: -adic
adiettivo {m} /a.djetˈti.vo/ :: obsolete form of aggettivo
a differenza di {prep} :: unlike
Adige {prop} /ˈa.di.dʒe/ :: Adige (river)
Adilio {prop} :: given name
adimensionale {adj} :: adimensional, dimensionless
adinamia {f} [pathology] :: adynamia
adinato {m} :: adynaton
ad incasso {adj} :: built-in (appliance, piece of furniture, etc)
ad incastro {adj} [carpentry] :: tongue and groove
Adino {prop} :: given name
Adinolfi {prop} /a.diˈnol.fi/ :: surname
Adinolfo {prop} /a.diˈnol.fo/ :: given name, alternative form of Adolfo
a Dio piacendo {phrase} :: synonym of se Dio vuole
adipe {m} :: fat (body fat), adipose
adipico {adj} :: adipic
adipo- {prefix} [anatomy, medicine] :: adipo-
adipoblasto {m} :: synonym of lipoblasto
adipocita {m} :: Variant of adipocito
adipocito {m} [biology] :: adipocyte
adiponectina {f} [biochemistry] :: adiponectin
adiposità {f} /a.di.po.zi.ˈta/ :: adiposity, fat
adiposo {adj} :: adipose, fatty
adiramento {m} :: anger
adirante {v} :: present participle of adirarsi
adirantesi {v} :: present participle of adirarsi
adirare {vt} :: To anger
adirarsi {vr} :: To get angry, or be peeved (with someone)
adiratamente {adv} :: angrily
adirato {adj} :: angry, peeved
adiratosi {v} :: past participle of adirarsi
adire {vt} [legal] :: to start or institute legal proceedings
a dirotto {adv} :: copiously, abundantly
a dirotto {adv} :: heavily, hard
a dir poco {adv} :: to say the least
a dismisura {adv} :: excessively
adito {m} /ˈa.di.to/ :: entrance
adito {m} :: approach
adito {m} :: adit
Adiuto {prop} :: given name
adiutore {m} :: helper
adiuvante {v} :: present participle of adiuvare
adiuvante {adj} :: helping
adiuvante {adj} :: adjuvant (attributive)
adiuvare {vt} [obsolete] :: To help
adizione {f} [legal] :: acceptance (of an inheritance)
adizzante {v} :: present participle of adizzare
adizzare {v} :: to incite
Admeto {prop} :: given name
Admiralissimo {n} :: Admiral of the Fleet
ADN {m} [biochemistry, genetics] :: initialism of acido desossiribonucleico; DNA
Ado {prop} :: given name
adocchiamento {m} :: sight, sighting
adocchiante {v} :: present participle of adocchiare
adocchiare {vt} :: to catch sight of
adocchiare {vt} :: to have one's eye on
adocchiare {vt} :: to eye
ad occhi chiusi {adv} :: with one's eyes closed, with one hand tied behind one's back
ad oggi {adv} :: to date, as yet, thus far
ad oggi {adv} :: nowadays
adogmatico {adj} [Freemasonry] :: adogmatic
ad ogni buon conto {adv} :: regardless, no matter what
ad ogni costo {adv} :: at all costs
ad ogni modo {adv} :: anyway, in any case, either way
adolescente {adj} /a.do.leʃˈʃɛn.te/ :: adolescent
adolescente {mf} :: adolescent, teenager
adolescenza {f} :: adolescence, teens
adolescenziale {adj} :: adolescent, teen (attributive), teenager (attributive)
Adolfo {prop} /aˈdɔl.fo/ :: given name
ad oltranza {adv} :: to the end; to the bitter end
ad oltranza {adv} :: to the death
ad oltranza {adv} :: with a vengeance
adombrabile {adj} :: touchy
adombramento {m} :: umbrage, resentment
adombramento {m} [arts] :: shading
adombramento {m} :: hint, allusion
adombramento {m} :: skittishness (of a horse)
adombramento {m} :: adumbration
adombrante {v} :: present participle of adombrare
adombrantesi {v} :: present participle of adombrarsi
adombrare {vt} :: To veil or conceal
adombrarsi {v} :: reflexive of adombrare
adombrarsi {vr} :: to shy [of a horse]
adombrarsi {vr} :: to be offended
adombratosi {v} :: past participle of adombrarsi
adonante {v} :: present participle of adonare
adonare {v} [obsolete] :: To subdue
adone {m} :: Adonis (handsome youth)
Adone {prop} [Greek mythology] :: Adonis
Adone {prop} :: given name
adonestante {v} :: present participle of adonestare
adonestare {v} :: To give a false impression of honesty
adonio {adj} :: Adonic
adonio {m} :: Adonic
adontamento {m} /a.don.taˈmen.to/ :: insult, offence
adontante {v} :: present participle of adontare
adontantesi {v} :: present participle of adontarsi
adontare {v} /a.donˈta.re/ :: To insult or offend
adontarsi {v} /a.donˈtar.si/ :: To take offence or feel insulted
adontatosi {v} :: past participle of adontarsi
adontoso {adj} :: shameful
adontoso {adj} :: insulting
adoperabile {adj} :: useable
ad opera di {prep} :: by means of; through the action of; due to; of
adoperante {v} :: present participle of adoperare
adoperantesi {v} :: present participle of adoperarsi
adoperare {vt} :: to use
adoperarsi {v} :: reflexive of adoperare
adoperarsi {vr} :: to make every effort (to do something)
adoperarsi {vr} :: to do one's best
adoperatosi {v} :: past participle of adoperarsi
a dopo {interj} :: see you later!
adoprabile {adj} :: useable (Variant of adoperabile)
adoprante {v} :: present participle of adoprare
adoprantesi {v} :: present participle of adoprarsi
adoprare {v} :: alternative form of adoperare
adoprarsi {v} :: reflexive of adoprare
adoprarsi {v} :: to strive, endeavour (do one's best)
adopratosi {v} :: past participle of adoprarsi
adorabile {adj} :: adorable, sweet, lovely
adorabilità {f} :: adorableness, lovableness
adorabilmente {adv} :: adorably
adorale {adj} :: adoral
adorante {v} :: present participle of adorare
adorante {adj} :: praying
adorante {adj} :: adoring
adorantesi {v} :: present participle of adorarsi
adorare {vt} :: (same as English) To love with one's entire heart and soul; regard with deep respect and affection
adorare {vt} :: (same as English) To adore or worship
adorarsi {vr} :: To love each other
Adorato {prop} :: given name
adoratore {m} :: worshipper
adoratosi {v} :: past participle of adorarsi
adoratrice {f} :: worshipper (female)
adorazione {f} :: adoration, worship
adorcismo {m} :: adorcism
adornabile {adj} :: That can be adorned
adornamento {m} :: ornament
adornante {v} :: present participle of adornare
adornantesi {v} :: present participle of adornarsi
adornare {vt} [+ di or + con] :: to adorn (with)
adornarsi {vr} :: To adorn oneself (with)
adornato {adj} :: adorned
adornatore {adj} :: adorning
adornatosi {v} :: past participle of adornarsi
adornezza {f} :: loveliness, beauty
adorno {adj} :: adorned (with)
Adorno {prop} :: given name
adottabile {adj} :: adoptable
adottabilità {f} :: adoptability
adottamento {m} :: synonym of adozione
adottando {adj} :: Who is to be adopted
adottante {v} :: present participle of adottare
adottante {adj} :: adopting
adottare {v} :: to adopt
adottare {v} :: to choose or select
adottato {adj} :: adopted
adottato {adj} :: chosen, selected
adottatore {m} :: adopter
adottazione {f} :: adoption
adottazione {f} :: selection
adottivo {adj} :: adopted
adottivo {adj} :: adoptive
adottivo {adj} :: foster
adozionale {adj} :: adoption (attributive)
adozione {f} :: adoption
adozione {f} :: selection
adozionismo {m} :: adoptionism
adragante {adj} :: tragacanth (attributive)
Adrano {prop} :: a town in the province of Catania in Sicily in Italy
Adrasto {prop} [Greek mythology] :: Adrastus
Adrasto {prop} :: given name
adrenale {adj} [anatomy] :: adrenal
adrenalectomia {f} [surgery] :: adrenalectomy
adrenalina {f} :: adrenaline, epinephrine
adrenalinico {adj} :: jacked up, hepped up (excited because of the effects of drugs)
adrenarca {m} :: adrenarche
adrenergico {adj} :: adrenergic
adreno- {prefix} :: adreno- (relating to the adrenal gland)
adrenocorticotropo {adj} :: adrenocorticotropic
adrenogenitale {adj} :: adrenogenital
adrenoleucodistrofia {f} [medicine] :: adrenoleukodystrophy
adrenomedullare {adj} [anatomy] :: adrenomedullary
adrenomieloneuropatia {f} [pathology] :: adrenomyeloneuropathy
adrenosterone {m} [hormone] :: adrenosterone
adressario {m} :: list of addresses
adressario {m} :: mailing list
Adria {prop} :: a town in the province of Rovigo in Veneto in Italy
adriaco {adj} :: alternative form of Adriatico
Adriana {prop} :: given name
Adriano {prop} :: given name
Adriano {prop} :: Hadrian [the emperor]
adriatico {adj} :: Adriatic
Adriatico {prop} :: The Adriatic sea
adriese {adj} :: Of, or from, Adria
adriese {m} :: A native or inhabitant of Adria
Adrio {prop} :: given name
a dritta e a manca {adv} :: everywhere, all over the place
a dritta e a manca {adv} :: all over hell's half acre
adroma {m} :: synonym of xilema
adrone {m} [physics] :: hadron
adronico {adj} [physics] :: hadronic
adronizzazione {f} [physics] :: hadronization
adrosauro {m} [dinosaur] :: hadrosaur
adroterapia {f} [medicine] :: hadrontherapy
adsorbente {v} :: present participle of adsorbire
adsorbente {adj} :: adsorbent
adsorbimento {m} :: adsorption
adsorbire {vt} :: To adsorb
adsorbito {adj} :: adsorbed
adstrato {m} [linguistics] :: adstratum
Adua {prop} /ˈad.wa/ :: Adwa / Adowa
Adua {prop} :: given name
adualismo {m} :: adualism
a due {adj} [music] :: "for two", indicating both musicians or sections play together
aduggiamento {m} [ecology] :: The ecology of forests in which the biomass is subjected to continual shade
aduggiante {v} :: present participle of aduggiare
aduggiare {vt} :: To overshadow
adugnante {v} :: present participle of adugnare
adugnare {v} :: alternative form of adunghiare
Adula {prop} :: The Swiss mountain Rheinwaldhorn
adulabile {adj} :: Easily flattered
adulante {v} :: present participle of adulare
adulantesi {v} :: present participle of adularsi
adulare {vt} :: to flatter, to adulate, to soft-soap
adularia {f} [mineralogy] :: adularia
adularsi {v} :: reflexive of adulare
adularsi {vr} :: to congratulate oneself
adularsi {vr} :: to be pleased with oneself
adulatore {m} :: flatterer, adulator
adulatore {m} :: hireling
adulatoriamente {adv} :: flatteringly
adulatorio {adj} :: flattering
adulatosi {v} :: past participle of adularsi
adulatrice {f} :: (female) flatterer, adulator
adulazione {f} :: adulation, flattery
adulta {f} :: feminine noun of adulto
adultera {f} :: adulteress
adulterabile {adj} :: Liable to be adulterated
adulteramento {m} :: synonym of adulterazione
adulterante {v} :: present participle of adulterare
adulterare {vt} :: To adulterate
adulterare {v} [winemaking] :: to gallize
adulteratore {m} :: adulterator
adulterazione {f} :: adulteration
adulterazione {f} :: contamination
adulterino {adj} :: adulterine
adulterino {adj} :: adulterous
adulterio {m} :: adultery
adultero {adj} :: adulterous
adultero {m} :: adulterer
adultizzazione {f} :: adultization
adulto {adj} :: adult, grown-up
adulto {m} :: adult
adunabile {adj} :: collectable
adunamento {m} :: assembling, assembly
adunamento {m} :: gathering
adunamento {m} :: mustering
adunante {v} :: present participle of adunare
adunanza {f} :: meeting, assembly, muster
adunare {vt} :: to assemble or gather
adunare {vt} :: to muster
adunarsi {v} :: To assemble (gather together as a group)
adunata {f} :: muster
adunatore {adj} :: assembling, gathering
adunatore {adj} :: mustering
adunazione {f} :: assembly
adunche {adv} /aˈdun.ke/ :: obsolete form of dunque
adunche {conj} :: obsolete form of dunque
adunco {adj} :: hooked
adunghiante {v} :: present participle of adunghiare
adunghiare {vt} :: to claw
adunghiare {vt} :: to clutch
ad uno ad uno {adv} :: one at a time; one by one
adunque {conj} [literary] :: alternative form of dunque
ad un tratto {adv} :: Variant of tutto d'un tratto
adusante {v} :: present participle of adusare
adusare {v} :: to accustom or to habituate
adusare {v} :: to be accustomed to; to be wont to
adustezza {f} :: dryness, aridity
adustezza {f} :: wizenedness
adusto {adj} [of land] /a.ˈdus.to/ :: scorched; parched
adusto {adj} :: wizened (lean and wrinkled by age or illness)
a eccezione di {prep} :: alternative form of ad eccezione di
aede {prop} :: Aedes (genus within the family Culicidae – a genus of mosquito)
aedo {m} :: bard, poet
aennino {m} :: A member of supporter of the Alleanza Nazionale
aequare {v} :: obsolete form of equare
aeraggio {m} :: synonym of aerazione
aerante {v} :: present participle of aerare
aerare {v} :: to air, expose to the open air, ventilate
aeratore {m} :: ventilator
aeratore {m} :: aerator
aeratore {m} :: snorkel
aerautodromo {m} :: A racetrack that incorporates an airstrip
aerazione {f} :: ventilation
aerazione {f} :: aeration
aere {m} [poetic] /ˈa.e.re/ :: air
aere {mf} [archaic] :: appearance, aspect
aere {mf} [archaic] :: nature, disposition
aereante {v} :: present participle of aereare
aereare {vt} :: To air, to expose to the open air, to ventilate
aereazione {f} :: Variant of areazione
aeremoto {m} :: blast (of air)
aereo {adj} /a.ˈɛ.re.o/ :: aerial
aereo {m} :: aeroplane [British], airplane [US]
aereonavale {adj} :: air-sea (attributive)
aereoplano {m} :: Variant of aeroplano
aericolo {adj} :: synonym of aerofito
aerifero {adj} :: aeriferous
aeriforme {adj} :: aeriform, airlike, gaseous
aero- {prefix} :: aero-
aeroacrofobia {f} :: aeroacrophobia
aeroambulanza {f} :: air ambulance
aerobica {f} :: aerobics
aerobicamente {adv} :: aerobically
aerobico {adj} :: aerobic [all senses]
aerobio {adj} :: aerobic
aerobio {m} [biology] :: aerobe
aerobiologia {f} [biology] :: aerobiology
aerobiosi {f} :: aerobiosis
aerobox {m} :: aeroboxing
aerobrigata {f} :: air brigade (troops of various types, deployed by air)
aerobus {m} :: airbus
aerocartografia {f} :: aerial cartography
aerocentro {m} :: air centre (gathering place for aircraft people and materials)
aerocinematografia {f} :: aerial cinematography (film about, or shot from, aircraft)
aerocinesi {f} :: aerokinesis
aerocisterna {f} :: air tanker
aeroclub {m} :: flying club
aerocooperazione {f} [military] :: cooperation of the air force with other branches of the military (especially in the fields of observation and remote sensing)
aerodina {f} :: aerodyne
aerodinamica {f} :: aerodynamics
aerodinamicamente {adv} :: aerodynamically
aerodinamicità {f} :: aerodynamics
aerodinamico {adj} :: aerodynamic
aerodisperso {adj} :: dispersed in the air (as fine particles)
aerodromo {m} :: aerodrome, airport
aeroelasticità {f} [physics] :: aeroelasticity
aeroelastico {adj} :: aeroelastic
aeroelettronica {f} :: avionics
aeroembolismo {m} :: aeroembolism, air embolism
aerofagia {f} [pathology] :: aerophagy
aerofaro {m} :: aerobeacon (flashing light to show the position of an airfield)
aerofilatelia {f} :: aerophilately
aerofisica {f} :: atmospheric physics
aerofisica {f} :: aerophysics
aerofito {adj} [botany] :: aerophytic, epiphytic
aerofobia {f} :: aerophobia
aerofonista {mf} :: aerophonist
aerofono {m} [music] :: aerophone
aeroforo {m} :: respirator
aerofotografia {f} :: aerial photography
aerofotografico {adj} :: aerial photography (attributive)
aerofotogramma {f} :: One of a series of aerial photographs
aerofotogrammetria {f} :: aerial photogrammetry
aerofotogrammetrico {adj} :: Relating to aerial photogrammetry
aerofreno {m} :: airbrake (on an aircraft)
aerogeneratore {m} :: wind turbine (generally, any device that converts wind energy into electricity)
aerogetto {m} :: jet aircraft
aerogiro {m} :: rotorcraft
aerografia {f} :: aerography
aerografia {f} :: airbrushing
aerografista {mf} :: aerographist
aerografista {mf} :: airbrusher
aerografo {m} :: aerograph
aerografo {m} :: airbrush
aerogramma {f} :: aerogram
aeroilluminante {adj} :: relating to ventilation and illumination
aerolinea {f} :: airline, air carrier
aerolite {m} [astronomy, mineralogy] /a.eˈrɔ.li.te/ :: aerolite
aerolitico {adj} :: aerolitic
aerolito {m} /a.eˈrɔ.li.to/ :: alternative form of aerolite
aerologia {f} :: aerology
aerologico {adj} :: aerological
aerologista {mf} :: aerologist
aerologo {m} :: aerologist
aeromante {mf} :: aeromancer
aeromanzia {f} :: aeromancy
aeromarittimo {adj} :: air-sea (attributive)
aeromeccanica {f} [physics] :: aeromechanics
aeromele {m} :: synonym of manna (sugary sap)
aerometria {f} :: aerometry
aerometro {m} :: aerometer
aeromobile {m} :: aircraft
aeromodellismo {m} :: aeromodelling
aeromodellista {mf} :: aeromodeller
aeromodellistica {f} :: aeromodelling
aeromodellistico {adj} :: aeromodelling (attributive)
aeromodello {m} :: model aircraft
aeromoto {m} :: airblast (explosive rush of air)
aeromotore {m} :: (wind) turbine (any motor that gets its energy from the movement of air)
aeronausifobia {f} :: aeronausiphobia
aeronauta {m} :: aeronaut, airman, pilot
aeronautica {f} :: aeronautics
aeronautica militare {f} :: alternative form of forza aerea
aeronautico {adj} :: aeronautical
aeronavale {adj} :: aeronaval
aeronave {f} :: dirigible
aeronavigazione {f} :: air navigation
aeronomia {f} :: aeronomy
aeropenna {f} :: airbrush
aeroplanino {m} :: A small aeroplane, a small plane
aeroplanino {m} :: A toy aeroplane, a toy plane
aeroplanino di carta {m} :: A paper aeroplane, paper airplane or paper plane
aeroplano {m} :: aeroplane, airplane
aeroplano di carta {m} :: A paper aeroplane, paper airplane or paper plane
aeroponica {f} :: aeroponics
aeroponico {adj} :: aeroponic
aeroporto {m} :: airport, airfield
aeroportuale {adj} :: airport (attributive)
aeroportuale {mf} :: airport worker
aeroposta {f} :: airmail
aeropostale {adj} :: airmail (attributive)
aerorazzo {m} :: rocket plane, rocket aircraft
aeroreattore {m} :: jet (aircraft)
aerorifornimento {m} :: aerial resupply
aerorifornimento {m} :: aerial refuelling
aerorimessa {f} :: hangar
aerorimorchiatore {m} :: towing aircraft (for a glider, or advertisements)
aerorimorchio {m} :: towing aircraft (especially for a glider)
aerosbarco {m} :: parachuting of troops
aeroscalo {m} :: airstrip
aeroscivolante {m} :: hovercraft
aeroscopio {m} :: aeroscope
aeroservizio {m} :: public air transport
aerosfera {f} :: atmosphere
aerosilurante {m} :: An aircraft armed with torpedos
aerosilurare {vt} :: To torpedo
aerosiluro {m} :: torpedo launched from an aircraft
aeroso {adj} :: airy
aeroso {adj} :: breezy
aerosoccorso {m} :: help or rescue by aircraft (especially by helicopter)
aerosol {m} :: aerosol (all senses)
aerosolterapia {f} [medicine] :: therapy by means of an aerosol
aerosostentazione {f} :: aerodynamic lift
aerospaziale {adj} :: aerospace (attributive)
aerospazio {m} :: aerospace
aerosporologico {adj} :: aerosporological
aerostatica {f} :: aerostatics
aerostatico {adj} :: aerostatic
aerostato {m} :: aerostat
aerostazione {f} :: air terminal
aerostiere {m} [obsolete] :: pilot of an aerostat
aerotassi {f} [biology] :: aerotaxis
aerotassì {m} :: air taxi
aerotaxi {m} :: air taxi
aerotecnica {f} :: aeronautics (aero-technology)
aerotecnico {adj} :: aerotechnical
aerotecnico {m} :: aerotechnical engineer
aeroterapia {f} [medicine] :: air therapy (especially for pulmonary problems)
aerotermico {adj} :: aerothermal
aerotermo {m} :: fan heater
aerotermochimica {f} [chemistry] :: aerothermochemistry
aeroterrestre {adj} :: air and ground (attributive, used especially of troops)
aerotrainante {v} :: present participle of aerotrainare
aerotrainare {vt} :: To tow one or more aircraft (through the air)
aerotraino {m} :: towing of aircraft
aerotrasportante {v} :: present participle of aerotrasportare
aerotrasportare {vt} :: To transport something by air (used especially of the military)
aerotrasportato {adj} :: transported by air
aerotrasporto {m} :: air transport
aerotreno {m} :: train supported on a cushion of air
aerotropismo {m} [biology] :: aerotropism
aeroturbina {f} :: air turbine
aeroturismo {m} :: air tourism (especially by use of light aircraft)
aerovia {f} :: air corridor
aerovia {f} [medicine] :: airway
afa {f} /ˈa.fa/ :: sultriness, sultry weather, muggy weather
afaca {f} :: yellow pea, yellow vetch (Lathyrus aphaca)
afachia {f} [pathology] /a.faˈki.a/ :: aphakia
afagia {f} [medicine] :: aphagia
afanite {f} [mineral] :: aphanite
afanitico {adj} [geology] :: aphanitic
afar {m} :: Afar (language)
afascista {adj} :: synonym of antifascista
afasia {f} [pathology] :: aphasia
afasico {adj} [pathology] :: aphasic
afasico {m} [pathology] :: aphasic person
a fatica {adv} :: With difficulty
a fatica {adv} :: hardly
afebbrile {adj} :: afebrile
afefobia {f} :: haphephobia
afelico {adj} :: aphelian
afelio {m} :: aphelion
aferesi {f} [medicine, linguistics] :: apheresis
aferetico {adj} :: aphaeretic
affabile {adj} :: affable
affabilità {f} :: affability
affabilmente {adv} :: affably
affabulante {v} :: present participle of affabulare
affabulare {v} :: To represent something as a fairy tale
affabulare {v} :: To narrate
affabulatore {m} :: jester
affabulatorio {adj} :: narrative; storytelling (attributive)
affabulatrice {f} :: jester (female)
affabulazione {f} :: plot, storyline
affaccendamento {m} :: bustle
affaccendante {v} :: present participle of affaccendarsi
affaccendantesi {v} :: present participle of affaccendarsi
affaccendare {vt} :: To occupy, to keep someone busy, to be engaged in a task
affaccendarsi {v} :: reflexive of affaccendare
affaccendarsi {vr} :: to be busy [doing something], busy oneself
affaccendato {adj} :: busy
affaccendatosi {v} :: past participle of affaccendarsi
affacchinante {v} :: present participle of affacchinare
affacchinare {v} :: To work hard
affacciante {v} :: present participle of affacciare
affacciante {adj} :: showing
affacciante {adj} :: advancing
affacciantesi {v} :: present participle of affacciarsi
affacciare {vt} :: to show
affacciare {vt} :: to advance, venture, raise
affacciarsi {v} :: reflexive of affacciare
affacciarsi {v} :: to overlook, give onto
affacciarsi {v} :: to appear, show oneself, go to
affacciatosi {v} :: past participle of affacciarsi
affacendato {adj} :: busy
affagottante {v} :: present participle of affagottare
affagottare {v} :: To wrap up in a bundle
affaire {m} :: Political controversy
affaldante {v} :: present participle of affaldare
affaldare {v} :: To fold into layers
affamante {v} :: present participle of affamare
affamare {vt} :: To starve
affamato {adj} :: starving
affamato {adj} :: hungry
affamatore {adj} :: starving (inducing starvation)
affamigliante {v} :: present participle of affamigliare
affamigliare {v} :: synonym of accomunare
affannamento {m} :: breathlessness
affannamento {m} :: trouble, worry
affannante {v} :: present participle of affannare
affannantesi {v} :: present participle of affannarsi
affannare {vt} :: to leave someone breathless
affannare {vt} :: to trouble, worry
affannarsi {v} :: reflexive of affannare
affannarsi {v} :: to worry or get worked up (about)
affannatamente {adv} :: breathlessly
affannato {adj} :: breathless
affannatosi {v} :: past participle of affannarsi
affannevole {adj} :: worrisome
affanno {m} :: breathlessness
affanno {m} :: worry, trouble, anxiety
affannone {m} :: worrier (worrisome person)
affannosamente {adv} :: with difficulty [of breathing]
affannosamente {adv} :: anxiously
affannosità {f} :: breathlessness
affannosità {f} :: trouble, worry
affannoso {adj} :: laboured (breathing)
affannoso {adj} :: anxious
affaraccio {m} :: An unpleasant or problematic situation
affardellamento {m} :: bundling
affardellamento {m} :: packing (process)
affardellante {v} :: present participle of affardellare
affardellare {vt} :: to bundle (together)
affardellare {vt} :: to pack [a kitbag, etc.]
affare {m} :: affair, matter
affare {m} :: deal, bargain
affare {m} :: thing
affare {m} :: (plural) business
affare fatto {interj} :: agreed!; it's a deal!; sure!; OK!
affario {m} :: a confused bustle
affarismo {m} :: speculation, commercialism, profiteering
affarista {mf} :: A shrewd businessman
affarista {mf} :: profiteer
affaristico {adj} :: businesslike
affaristico {adj} :: profiteering
affarone {m} :: An advantageous business matter
affarone {m} :: steal
affarsi {vr} :: To suit; to agree with
affaruccio {m} :: bargain (good deal)
affascinabile {adj} :: fascinated (or rather, that can be fascinated or attracted)
affascinamento {m} :: fascination
affascinante {v} :: present participle of affascinare
affascinante {adj} :: fascinating, charming, appealing
affascinare {vt} :: To charm, to fascinate, to enchant
affascinatore {m} :: enchanter
affascinatrice {f} :: enchantress
affascinazione {f} :: fascination
affastellamento {m} :: bundling
affastellante {v} :: present participle of affastellare
affastellare {vt} :: To bundle (tie up in bundles)
affastellare {vt} :: To strap
affastellato {adj} :: bundled (together)
affastellato {adj} :: crowded
affastellato {adj} :: fasciculate
affastellatore {adj} :: bundling
affastellio {m} :: prolonged, regular bundling
affaticabilità {f} :: tiredness, fatigue
affaticamento {m} :: tiredness, fatigue
affaticante {v} :: present participle of affaticare
affaticantesi {v} :: present participle of affaticarsi
affaticare {vt} :: to tire
affaticarsi {vr} :: To tire; to become tired
affaticato {adj} :: tired
affaticato {adj} :: stuffed
affaticatosi {v} :: past participle of affaticarsi
affatto {adv} :: completely
affattucchiante {v} :: present participle of affattucchiare
affattucchiare {v} :: To bewitch, enchant
affatturamento {m} :: adulteration
affatturante {v} :: present participle of affatturare
affatturare {vt} :: to bewitch (cast a spell on)
affatturare {vt} :: to adulterate
affatturatore {adj} :: bewitching
affatturatore {adj} :: adulterating
affatturatore {m} :: adulterator
affatturazione {f} :: spell
affazzonare {v} :: alternative form of raffazzonare
affé {interj} :: forsooth!, in truth!
afferente {v} :: present participle of afferire
afferente {adj} :: afferent
afferente {adj} :: concerning
afferenza {f} :: concern
afferenza {f} [chiefly in the plural] :: afferent nerve impulses
afferibile {adj} :: with reference to
afferire {vi} :: To concern
affermabile {adj} :: affirmable
affermante {v} :: present participle of affermare
affermantesi {v} :: present participle of affermarsi
affermare {vt} :: to declare, to affirm, to state, to claim, to assert
affermarsi {v} :: reflexive of affermare
affermarsi {vr} :: to establish oneself, catch on, make a name for oneself
affermarsi {vr} :: to win
affermarsi {vr} :: to assert oneself
affermativamente {adv} :: affirmatively; in the affirmative
affermativo {adj} :: affirmative
affermatore {adj} :: declaring, affirming, claiming, asserting
affermatosi {v} :: past participle of affermarsi
affermazione {f} /af.fer.matˈt͡sjo.ne/ :: statement, assertion, claim, affirmation
affermazione {f} [by extension] :: success, achievement, performance
afferrabile {adj} :: comprehensible
afferrabile {adj} :: catchable
afferrabilità {f} :: comprehensibility
afferrabilità {f} :: Property of being catchable
afferrante {v} :: present participle of afferrare
afferrantesi {v} :: present participle of afferrarsi
afferrare {v} :: to grab, to catch
afferrare {v} :: to grasp, grip, snatch
afferrarsi {vr} :: To grasp (at)
afferratosi {v} :: past participle of afferrarsi
affettabile {adj} :: sliceable
affettamento {m} :: slicing
affettamento {m} :: knifing
affettamento {m} :: affectation
affettante {v} :: present participle of affettare
affettare {vt} :: to slice (bread, meat, etc.)
affettare {vt} :: to knife (injure with a knife)
affettare {vt} :: to affect (an English accent etc.)
affettatamente {adv} :: affectedly
affettato {adj} :: sliced (bread)
affettato {adj} :: affected, stilted (simulated in order to impress)
affettato {m} :: sliced meat such as salami
affettato {m} :: deli meats
affettato {m} :: cold cuts
affettatore {adj} :: slicing
affettatrice {f} :: meat slicer
affettatura {f} :: synonym of affettamento
affettaverdure {m} :: vegetable slicer
affettazione {f} :: affectation
affettivamente {adv} :: affectively
affettività {f} :: affectivity
affettivo {adj} :: affective
affettivo {adj} :: emotional
affetto {m} :: affection
affetto {m} :: The object of one's affection
affetto {adj} :: affected
affettuosamente {adv} :: affectionately
affettuosissimo {adj} :: superlative of affettuoso
affettuosissimo {adj} :: very affectionate, very tender
affettuosissimo {adj} :: kindest, warmest (regards, greetings)
affettuosità {f} :: affection
affettuosità {f} :: demonstration of affection
affettuoso {adj} :: affectionate, fond, loving
affettüoso {adj} :: medieval spelling of affettuoso
affettuto {adj} :: affected
affezion {f} :: apocopic form of affezione
affezionabile {adj} :: That easily becomes affectionate
affezionabilità {f} :: Tendency to become affectionate easily
affezionante {v} :: present participle of affezionare
affezionantesi {v} :: present participle of affezionarsi
affezionare {vt} :: To give affection to someone or something
affezionarsi {v} :: reflexive of affezionare
affezionarsi {vr} :: to grow fond of someone or something
affezionatamente {adv} :: affectionately
affezionatissimo {adj} :: superlative of affezionato
affezionato {adj} :: fond of (someone or something)
affezionato {adj} :: attached to (someone or something)
affezionato {adj} :: affectionate
affezionato {adj} :: regular (customer etc)
affezionatosi {v} :: past participle of affezionarsi
affezione {f} :: affection, sentiment
affezione {f} :: ailment
affiancabile {adj} :: nestable
affiancamento {m} :: flanking
affiancamento {m} :: supporting
affiancante {v} :: present participle of affiancare
affiancantesi {v} :: present participle of affiancarsi
affiancare {vt} :: to place side by side, put beside
affiancare {vt} :: to assign, partner, put together with, join, combine, collaborate
affiancarsi {v} :: reflexive of affiancare
affiancarsi {vr} :: to come abreast, draw up alongside, come up beside, flank
affiancarsi {vr} :: to join, collaborate
affiancatosi {v} :: past participle of affiancarsi
affiatamento {m} :: understanding
affiatante {v} :: present participle of affiatare
affiatantesi {v} :: present participle of affiatarsi
affiatare {vt} :: to create accord or harmony within a group of people
affiatarsi {v} :: reflexive of affiatare
affiatarsi {vr} :: to get to know one another
affiatarsi {vr} :: to get on well together
affiatatissimo {adj} :: superlative of affiatato
affiatato {adj} :: tight, close, that work well together
affiatatosi {v} :: past participle of affiatarsi
affibbiante {v} :: present participle of affibbiare
affibbiare {v} :: to buckle (fasten with a buckle)
affibbiare {v} [idiomatic] :: To pin something on someone
affibbiare {v} [idiomatic] :: To saddle someone with something
affibbiatoio {m} :: A type of buckle equipped with a flat plate, especially one used to keep a book closed
affibbiatura {f} :: buckle, clasp
affida {f} [historical] /afˈfi.da/ :: A tax on grazing land in the Papal States
affida {f} [historical] :: A document certifying the payment of the above tax
affidabile {adj} /af.fiˈda.bi.le/ :: reliable, trustworthy, dependable
affidabilità {f} /af.fi.da.bi.liˈta/ :: reliability, dependability, trustworthiness
affidabilmente {adv} :: reliably, dependably
affidamento {m} /af.fi.daˈmen.to/ :: trust, confidence
affidamento {m} :: assurance
affidamento {m} :: custody (legal, of a child)
affidante {v} :: present participle of affidare
affidantesi {v} :: present participle of affidarsi
affidare {vt} /af.fiˈda.re/ :: to entrust, commit, give, leave
affidarsi {v} /af.fiˈdar.si/ :: reflexive of affidare
affidarsi {vr} :: to rely on, count on, trust, place one's trust
affidataria {f} :: foster mother
affidatario {adj} /af.fi.daˈta.rjo/ :: foster [attributive]
affidatario {m} :: foster father, foster parent
affidatario {m} :: trustee
affidatosi {v} :: past participle of affidarsi
affido {m} [law] /afˈfi.do/ :: synonym of affidamento
affienante {v} :: present participle of affienare
affienantesi {v} :: present participle of affienarsi
affienare {vt} :: to leave fallow
affienare {vt} :: to feed hay to an animal
affienarsi {v} :: reflexive of affienare
affienarsi {v} :: to lie fallow
affienatosi {v} :: past participle of affienarsi
affievolente {v} :: present participle of affievolire
affievolentesi {v} :: present participle of affievolirsi
affievolimento {m} :: weakening
affievolimento {m} :: fading (of a radio signal)
affievolire {vt} :: to weaken
affievolire {vt} :: to make faint; to deaden, blunt
affievolirsi {v} :: reflexive of affievolire
affievolirsi {vr} :: to grow faint or weak
affievolirsi {vr} :: to fade
affievolitosi {v} :: past participle of affievolirsi
affiggente {v} :: present participle of affiggere
affiggere {vt} :: To stick up; to affix
affigliante {v} :: present participle of affigliare
affigliare {v} :: alternative form of affiliare
affigliazione {f} :: rare form of affiliazione
affiguramento {m} :: representation (as an image)
affiguramento {m} :: perception, recognition
affigurante {v} :: present participle of affigurare
affigurare {v} :: to represent (as an image)
affigurare {v} :: to perceive or recognize
affigurazione {f} :: representation (as an image)
affigurazione {f} :: perception, recognition
affilacoltelli {m} :: steel (for sharpening edged tools)
affilacoltelli {m} :: knife sharpener
affilalame {m} :: A machine for sharpening safety razor blades
affilamento {m} :: sharpening
affilante {v} :: present participle of affilare
affilarasoio {m} :: razor strop, razor strap, strop
affilare {vt} :: to sharpen
affilare {vt} :: to make thinner
affilare {vt} :: to strap, strop (sharpen by rubbing on a strap, or strop)
affilatissimo {adj} :: superlative of affilato
affilato {adj} /affiˈlato/ :: sharp, keen, razor, razor-sharp
affilatoio {m} :: sharpener
affilatoio {m} :: steel (for sharpening edged tools)
affilatoio {m} :: strop
affilatoio {m} :: hone
affilatrice {f} :: grinding machine
affilatura {f} :: sharpening or grinding (of an tool or weapon)
affilatura {f} :: edge (of a razor)
affilettante {v} :: present participle of affilettare
affilettare {v} :: To point masonry, especially as a decorative effect
affiliante {v} :: present participle of affiliare
affiliantesi {v} :: present participle of affiliarsi
affiliare {vt} :: to foster (children)
affiliare {vt} :: to affiliate
affiliarsi {v} :: reflexive of affiliare
affiliarsi {v} :: to join, become a member of
affiliato {m} :: Fostered child
affiliato {m} :: Affiliated member
affiliatosi {v} :: past participle of affiliarsi
affiliazione {f} :: fostering
affiliazione {f} :: affiliation
affinaggio {m} :: refining (of metals)
affinamento {m} :: refinement
affinamento {m} :: All the physical and chemical changes that affect the quality of a wine during storage; ageing
affinante {v} :: present participle of affinare
affinare {vt} :: to refine
affinare {vt} :: to sharpen
affinatore {m} :: refiner (for metals); puddler
affinatura {f} :: refinement
affinatura {f} :: refining (of petroleum etc)
affinazione {f} :: refining
affinché {conj} :: [followed by the subjunctive] so that, in order that
affine {adj} :: similar
affine {adj} :: cognate
affine {adj} :: related, akin
affine {adj} [mathematics] :: affine
affine {mf} :: in-law
affine {mf} :: similar product
affinemente {adv} :: affinely
affinità {f} :: affinity
affiochente {v} :: present participle of affiochire
affiochentesi {v} :: present participle of affiochirsi
affiochimento {m} :: dimming
affiochire {vt} :: To dim (a light)
affiochirsi {vr} :: To dim
affiochito {adj} :: dim, weak, faint
affiochitosi {v} :: past participle of affiochirsi
affioramento {m} :: surfacing
affioramento {m} [geology] :: outcrop
affiorante {v} :: present participle of affiorare
affiorante {adj} :: emerging, surfacing
affiorare {vit} :: To emerge, to surface
affisante {v} :: present participle of affisare
affisare {v} :: alternative form of affissare
affissamento {m} :: stare (intent look)
affissante {v} :: present participle of affissare
affissare {v} :: To stare (at)
affissare {v} :: To concentrate (fix the mind) (on)
affissione {f} :: billposting
affissivo {adj} [linguistics] :: affixive
affisso {m} :: notice
affisso {m} :: poster, bill
affisso {m} :: fixture
affisso {m} :: affix (if a word)
affittabile {adj} :: rentable
affittacamere {mf} :: landlord, landlady (person who rent rooms etc)
affittamento {m} :: lease
affittansi {m} :: A sign who adverstises more than one good for rent
affittante {v} :: present participle of affittare
affittanza {f} :: renting, hiring
affittanza {f} :: rent
affittare {vt} :: to rent out, to let, to hire out something
affittasi {m} :: for rent (sign or announcement)
affittente {v} :: present participle of affittire
affittire {v} :: synonym of infittire
affitto {m} :: renting, hiring
affitto {m} :: rent
affittuario {m} :: householder
affittuario {m} :: lessee, tenant
afflato {m} :: breath
afflato {m} :: puff
afflato {m} :: inspiration
affliggente {v} :: present participle of affliggere
affliggentesi {v} :: present participle of affliggersi
affliggere {vt} :: to trouble
affliggere {vt} :: to grieve
affliggere {vt} :: to pang
affliggersi {v} :: reflexive of affliggere
affliggersi {vr} :: to grieve (over)
affliggersi {vr} :: to worry (over)
affliggimento {m} :: synonym of afflizione
afflittivo {adj} :: afflictive
afflittosi {v} :: past participle of affliggersi
afflizione {f} :: affliction, grief, sorrow
afflizione {f} :: suffering, tribulation, plaguing
afflosciamento {m} :: wilt
afflosciamento {m} :: floppiness
afflosciante {v} :: present participle of afflosciare
afflosciantesi {v} :: present participle of afflosciarsi
afflosciare {vt} :: to soften
afflosciare {vt} :: to make something flabby or limp
afflosciarsi {v} :: reflexive of afflosciare
afflosciarsi {vr} :: to shrivel or wilt
afflosciarsi {vr} :: to become limp
afflosciarsi {vr} :: to become flabby; to sag
afflosciarsi {vr} :: to collapse
afflosciatosi {v} :: past participle of afflosciarsi
affluente {m} :: tributary
affluente {v} :: present participle of affluire
affluenza {f} :: attendance, turnout
affluire {vi} :: to flow
affluire {vi} :: to pour in or into
afflusso {m} :: influx
afflusso {m} :: flow
affocante {v} :: present participle of affocare
affocare {vt} [it, literary] /af.foˈka.re/ :: to burn
affocare {vt} [it, literary] :: to make red hot
affocare {vt} [it, literary, figurative] :: to enflame, to excite
affogamento {m} :: drowning
affogante {v} :: present participle of affogare
affogare {v} /af.foˈɡa.re/ :: to drown (to kill by suffocating in a liquid)
affogare {v} [literary] :: to extinguish, to put out
affogare {v} [literary, figurative] :: to oppress, to overbear, to overwhelm
affogare {v} [cooking] :: to smother
affogare {v} :: to drown (to die by suffocating in a liquid)
affogare {v} [figurative] :: to be oppressed or overwhelmed
affogare in un bicchier d'acqua {v} [idiom] :: To lose heart when encountering the smallest difficulty
affogato {adj} :: drowned
affogato {adj} :: poached [cooking], or otherwise cooked in a sauce
affogato {adj} [chess] :: checkmated, in a corner of the board, by a knight
affogato {m} :: ice-cream served with a syrup or sauce
affogliamento {m} :: renewal of the sheet of coupons on securities
affogliante {v} :: present participle of affogliare
affogliare {v} :: To feed leaves as fodder
affollamento {m} :: crowding
affollamento {m} :: crowd
affollante {v} :: present participle of affollare
affollantesi {v} :: present participle of affollarsi
affollare {vt} :: to crowd, pack, throng
affollarsi {v} :: reflexive of affollare
affollarsi {vr} :: to crowd, flock
affollarsi {vr} :: to fill, fill up, be crowded
affollatamente {adv} :: crowdedly
affollatissimo {adj} :: superlative of affollato
affollato {adj} :: crowded, packed
affollatosi {v} :: past participle of affollarsi
affoltante {v} :: present participle of affoltare
affoltare {v} :: To amass
affondabile {adj} :: sinkable
affondamento {m} :: sinking (of a ship)
affondamento {m} :: dropping (of an anchor)
affondamine {m} [nautical] :: minelayer
affondante {v} :: present participle of affondare
affondare {v} :: to sink something
affondare {v} :: to drop something to the bottom of the sea
affondare {v} :: to dig or plunge (the teeth or a spade into something)
affondare {v} :: to sink or founder
affondata {f} :: An aerobatic maneuver in which the aircraft descends vertically
affondatoio {m} [nautical] :: A device that allows an anchor to be lowered very quickly
affondatore {adj} :: sinking
affondatore {adj} :: dropping
affondatura {f} :: sinking, dropping
affondatura {f} :: digging, excavation
affondo {adv} :: deeply
affondo {m} :: lunge
afforcante {v} :: present participle of afforcare
afforcare {v} [nautical] :: To anchor using two anchors at an angle to hold a vessel still
afforco {m} [nautical] :: The mooring of a ship using two anchors
afforestamento {m} :: forestation, reforestation
afforestante {v} :: present participle of afforestare
afforestare {vt} :: To reforest
afforzamento {m} :: fortification, strengthening
afforzante {v} :: present participle of afforzare
afforzare {v} :: To fortify, strengthen
affossamento {m} :: hollow (shallow valley)
affossamento {m} :: ditch
affossante {v} :: present participle of affossare
affossare {vt} :: To shelve or put aside
affossatore {m} :: gravedigger
affossatore {m} :: digger, ditcher (machine or person)
affossatura {f} :: ditch (or system of ditches)
affossatura {f} :: ditching
affralente {v} :: present participle of affralire
affralire {v} :: To weaken
affrancabile {adj} :: That can be enfranchised
affrancabile {adj} :: That can be stamped; stampable (of postal mail)
affrancamento {m} :: freeing, liberation
affrancante {v} :: present participle of affrancare
affrancantesi {v} :: present participle of affrancarsi
affrancare {vt} :: to stamp (put stamps on an envelope, etc.)
affrancare {vt} :: to frank, postmark
affrancare {vt} :: to liberate, free
affrancare {vt} :: to enfranchise
affrancare {vt} :: to redeem
affrancarsi {v} :: reflexive of affrancare
affrancarsi {v} :: to free, liberate oneself
affrancato {adj} :: free
affrancato {adj} :: emancipated
affrancatore {adj} :: liberating
affrancatore {m} :: liberator
affrancatosi {v} :: past participle of affrancarsi
affrancatrice {f} :: franking machine
affrancatrice {f} :: stamping machine
affrancatrice {f} :: postage meter machine
affrancatura {f} :: postage
affrancatura {f} :: franking, stamping
affrancazione {f} :: enfranchisement
affrangente {v} :: present participle of affrangere
affrangere {vt} :: To exhaust
affranto {adj} :: overcome (with)
affratellamento {m} :: fraternization
affratellamento {m} :: fellowship, camaraderie
affratellante {v} :: present participle of affratellare
affratellantesi {v} :: present participle of affratellarsi
affratellare {vt} :: To unite in comradeship
affratellarsi {vr} :: To fraternize
affratellato {adj} :: united (people)
affratellatosi {v} :: past participle of affratellarsi
affreddamento {m} :: cooling (alternative form of raffreddamento)
affreddare {v} [it, archaic or regional] /af.fredˈda.re/ :: synonym of raffreddare
affrenante {v} :: present participle of affrenare
affrenare {vt} :: To restrain or hold back
affrenellante {v} :: present participle of affrenellare
affrenellare {v} [nautical] :: To secure a halyard etc to a rowlock or the tiller
affrescante {v} :: present participle of affrescare
affrescare {vt} :: to fresco
affrescare {vt} :: to refresh
affrescato {adj} :: frescoed
affreschista {mf} [arts] :: fresco painter
affresco {m} :: fresco
affrettando {m} [music] :: affrettando
affrettante {v} :: present participle of affrettare
affrettantesi {v} :: present participle of affrettarsi
affrettare {vt} :: to hasten, hurry up, speed up, quicken, rush
affrettarsi {v} :: reflexive of affrettare
affrettarsi {v} :: to hurry, hurry up, rush, hasten, race, make haste
affrettatamente {adv} :: hastily, hurriedly
affrettato {adj} :: rush, hurried, hasty
affrettatosi {v} :: past participle of affrettarsi
affricano {adj} :: alternative form of africano
affricano {m} :: alternative form of africano
affricata {f} :: affricative
affricato {adj} :: affricative
affricazione {f} [linguistics] :: affrication
affrittellante {v} :: present participle of affrittellare
affrittellare {v} :: To cook (something) in the form of a frittella
affrontabile {adj} :: confrontable
affrontamento {m} :: confrontation
affrontamento {m} :: affront
affrontante {v} :: present participle of affrontare
affrontantesi {v} :: present participle of affrontarsi
affrontar {v} :: apocopic form of affrontare
affrontare {v} :: to face or confront something
affrontare {v} :: to cope with something
affrontare {v} :: to deal with or handle something
affrontare {v} :: to brave or tackle something
affrontare {v} :: to encounter someone or something
affrontare {v} :: to take on
affrontarsi {vr} :: To clash, to meet, to conflict
affrontato {adj} :: facing each other
affrontatore {m} :: confronter
affrontatosi {v} :: past participle of affrontarsi
affrontatura {f} :: flush joint
affronto {m} :: affront, insult, snub
affumante {v} :: present participle of affumare
affumare {v} :: To smoke (food)
affumare {v} :: To darken
affumicamento {m} :: blackening
affumicamento {m} :: smoking (of food)
affumicamento {m} :: curing (with smoke)
affumicante {v} :: present participle of affumicare
affumicare {vt} :: to smoke (fish, meat, etc.)
affumicatoio {m} :: smokehouse
affumicatura {f} :: smoking (process, of food)
affumigante {v} :: present participle of affumigare
affumigare {v} :: alternative form of affumicare
affuocante {v} :: present participle of affuocare
affuocare {v} :: rare form of affocare
affusione {f} :: affusion
affusolante {v} :: present participle of affusolare
affusolare {vt} :: To taper
affusolato {adj} :: tapering
affusolato {adj} :: willowy
affusto {m} [military] :: gun carriage
afgana {f} :: feminine noun of afgano
Afganistan {prop} :: alternative spelling of Afghanistan
afgano {adj} :: alternative spelling of afghano
afgano {m} :: alternative spelling of afghano
afghana {f} :: Afghan (female)
Afghanistan {prop} :: Afghanistan
afghano {adj} :: Afghan
afghano {m} :: Afghan, Afghani
AFI {prop} :: IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet)
afide {m} :: aphid
afillo {adj} [botany] :: aphyllous
afinalistico {adj} [pathology, of a voluntary movement] :: performed without a precise goal
a fior d'acqua {adv} :: on the water's surface
a fior di pelle {adv} :: on the upper layer of the skin
a fiori {adj} :: flowery, flowered, floral
AFIS {prop} :: initialism of Amministrazione Fiduciaria Italiana della Somalia (Italian Administration of Somalia), a United Nations trust territory
aflatossina {f} :: aflatoxin
afnio {n} [chemistry] :: hafnium
afocale {adj} :: afocal
a fondo {adv} :: thoroughly, narrowly
a fondo {adv} :: plunge
afonia {f} :: aphonia
afonico {adj} :: aphonic
afonico {adj} :: hoarse
afono {adj} :: hoarse
afono {adj} :: aphonic
aforisma {m} :: aphorism
aforista {m} :: aphorist (male or of unspecified sex)
aforista {f} :: aphorist (female)
aforisticamente {adv} :: aphoristically
aforistico {adj} :: aphoristic
aformale {adj} [legal] :: Not associated with a formal law
afosità {f} /a.fo.ziˈta/ :: sultriness
afoso {adj} /aˈfo.zo/ :: sultry, muggy
afotico {adj} :: aphotic
Afragola {prop} :: a town in the province of Naples in Campania in Italy
afragolese {adj} :: Of, or from, Afragola
afragolese {m} :: A native or inhabitant of Afragola
afrezza {f} :: sourness, harshness (taste)
Africa {prop} /ˈafrika/ :: Africa (continent)
africana {f} :: feminine noun of africano
africander {mf} :: alternative spelling of afrikander
africaneria {f} :: African craft goods (especially when sold in Europe)
africanismo {m} :: Africanism
africanista {mf} :: Africanist
africanistica {f} :: African studies
africanizzante {v} :: present participle of africanizzare
africanizzare {vt} :: to Africanize
africanizzazione {f} :: Africanization
africano {adj} :: African
africano {m} :: African
africo {adj} :: African
africo {m} :: Hot, dry wind from the southwest
afrihili {f} :: Afrihili
afrikaans {m} :: Afrikaans (language)
afrikander {mf} /a.friˈkan.der/ :: Boer
afrikaner {mf} /a.friˈka.ner/ :: alternative form of afrikander
afro- {prefix} :: Afro-
afro {adj} :: sharp, tart, sour, acerbic, bitter (Variant of: aspro)
afro {adj} :: African
afro-americano {adj} :: alternative spelling of afroamericano
afro-americano {m} :: alternative spelling of afroamericano
afroamericano {adj} ::