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Dictionary Italian English: of course

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SYNO   course | naturally | of course
naturalmente {adv}of course
Partial Matches
corso {m}course
piatto {m} fortemain course
piatto {m} principalemain course
di {prep} [possesso]of
a causa di qc. {prep}because of sth.
a dispetto di qc./qn. {prep}despite of sth.
privo di qc. {adj} [senza]devoid of sth.
dimentico {adj}forgetful (of)
ignaro di {adj}ignorant of
anziché {conj} [invece di]instead of
invece di {prep}instead of
invece di qn./qc. {prep}instead of sb./sth.
maggiore {adj}most of
dimentico {adj}oblivious (of)
Unverified degliof the
Unverified cui {pron}of which
indipendentemente (da) {adv.}regardless (of)
peculiare (di) {adj}typical (of)
ignaro di {adj}unaware of
inaudito {adj}unheard of
dimentico {adj}unmindful (of)
tacciare qn. di qc.to accuse sb. of sth.
assicurare qn. di qc.to assure sb. of sth.
millantareto boast of
consistere (in)to consist (of)
constare dito consist of
aspettare di qn.to expect of sb.
ricordare qc. a qn.to remind sb. of sth.
puzzare (di qc.)to smell (of sth.)
puzzare (di qc.)to stink (of sth.)
Unverified la concessione {f} dell'autorizzazione (a)empowerment (of)
innanzitutto {adv}first of all
davanti a {prep}in front of
nonostante {prep}in spite of
a dispetto di qn./qc. {prep}in spite of sb./sth.
vietato {adj}out of bounds [pred.]
vecchio {adj}out-of-date
tabaccoso {adj}smelling of tobacco
Unverified stanco di viveretired of living
fare parte di qc.to be part of sth.
sbarazzarsi di qn./qc.to get rid of sb./sth.
valersi (di) qc.to make use (of) sth.
trarre vantaggio da qn./qc.to take advantage of sb./sth.
Unverified badare ato take care of
prendersi cura di qn./qc.to take care of sb./sth.
maggiore età {f}age of consent
mil. battesimo {m} del fuocobaptism of fire
gastr. tavoletta {f} di cioccolatabar of chocolate
stor. battaglia {f} di IssoBattle of Issus [also at]
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