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diluire thin sth. [with a solvent]
scartare unwrap sth. [e.g. a sweet]
percepire receive sth. [e.g. a sum of money]
approccio {m}approach
Unverified atteggiamento {m}approach [attitude]
stor. Unverified marchese {m}marquis [(in some European countries) a nobleman ranking above a count and below a duke]
Unverified ricambiare qc. [auguri, cortesia, favore]to reciprocate sth. [sb.'s feelings, a favour, etc.]
tradire qn./qc. [a.e. amico, segreto]to betray sb./sth. [f.i. friend, secret]
scartare intorno swerve around sth.
gareggiare con qn./qc. in rival sb./sth. in sth.
rivaleggiare con qn./qc. in rival sb./sth. in sth.
soluzione {f}answer [to a problem]
obliterareto clip [a ticket]
obliterareto stamp [a ticket]
conto {m}account [of a bank]
accogliente {adj} {pres-p}friendly [of a person]
accogliente {adj} {pres-p}pleasant [of a place]
accogliente {adj} {pres-p}welcoming [of a person]
cliente {m}regular [of a bar]
cliente {m}guest [of a hotel]
lanciato {adj}speeding [of a vehicle]
obliterazione {f}clipping [of a ticket]
obliterazione {f}punching [of a ticket]
emicranico {adj}splitting [of a headache]
guizzareto flicker [of a flame]
obliterazione {f}cancelling [of a ticket]
vest. manopola {f} [guanto a manopola]mitten
impraticabile {adj}unplayable [of a sport]
praticabile {adj}passable [of a road]
accompagnatorio {adj}covering [of a letter]
forastico {adj}unsociable [of a person]
forastico {adj}timid [of a person]
acciaccato {adj}aching [of a person]
volante {adj}loose [of a page]
percorribile {adj}passable [of a road]
soluzione {f}solution [answer to a problem]
soluzione {f}settlement [answer to a problem]
percorribile {adj}drivable [of a road]
soluzione {f}agreement [answer to a problem]
sottile {adj}slender [of a person]
vest. suola {f}sole [of a shoe]
raggio {m}spoke [of a wheel]
rendimento {m}performance [of a car]
rendimento {m}yield [of a crop]
affilato {adj} [a.e. coltello]sharp
pigolareto cheep [of a bird]
scrivere [a macchina, computer]to type
disattivato {adj} {past-p}disarmed [of a bomb, etc.]
guizzareto dart [of a fish etc.]
congiunzione {f}junction [of a railroad etc.]
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