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vecchio {adj}out-of-date
vietato {adj}out of bounds [pred.]
ripescare qc.to fish out sth.
Non se ne parla!Out of the question!
rivoltare qc.to turn sth. inside out
compilare qc.to fill out sth. [complete sth.]
consumare qc.to wear out sth. [consume sth.]
spiegare qc.to lay out sth. [unfold sth.]
spiegare qc.to open out sth. [unfold sth.]
togliere qc.to take out sth. [remove sth.]
cavare qn./qc.to take out sb./sth. [extract sb./sth.]
ripescare qc. [fig.]to dig out sth. [fig.]
puzzare (di qc.)to smell (of sth.)
puzzare (di qc.)to stink (of sth.)
privo di qc. {adj} [senza]devoid of sth.
valersi (di) qc.to make use (of) sth.
a causa di qc. {prep}because of sth.
invece di qn./qc. {prep}instead of sb./sth.
assicurare qn. di qc.to assure sb. of sth.
ricordare qc. a qn.to remind sb. of sth.
tacciare qn. di qc.to accuse sb. of sth.
a dispetto di qc./qn. {prep}despite of sth.
fare parte di qc.to be part of sth.
sostenere qc.to carry the weight of sth. [support sth.]
sbarazzarsi di qn./qc.to get rid of sb./sth.
valorizzare qc. [mettere in risalto]to make the most of sth.
a dispetto di qn./qc. {prep}in spite of sb./sth.
Unverified prendersi cura di qn./qc.to take care of sb./sth.
trarre vantaggio da qn./qc.to take advantage of sb./sth.
valorizzare qc. [far aumentare di valore]to enhance the value of sth.
valorizzare qc. [far aumentare di valore]to increase the value of sth.
in mezzo a qc. {adv}in the middle of sth.
scartare intorno sth.to swerve around sth.
fuori {adv}out
Attenzione!Look out!
Attenzione!Watch out!
emettereto give out
stendereto spread (out)
stendereto stretch (out)
uscireto come out
uscireto go out
esausto {adj} {past-p}worn out [exhausted]
consumareto wear out [consume]
impostare [progettare]to plan out
primeggiareto stand out [excel]
reggere [durare]to hold out
scoppiareto break out [fig.]
spegnersito go out [light, fire]
telecom. squillare [telefono]to ring (out)
gareggiare con qn./qc. in qc.to rival sb./sth. in sth.
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