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cominciare a fare qc.to commence doing sth.
gareggiare con qn./qc. in qc.to rival sb./sth. in sth.
rivaleggiare con qn./qc. in qc.to rival sb./sth. in sth.
in mezzo a qc. {adv}in the middle of sth.
ricadere in qc. {noun} [fig.]to fall back in sth. [relapse]
coinvolgere qn. in qc.to involve sb. in sth.
in cambio di qn./qc. {prep}in exchange for sb./sth.
affogare in qc.to drown in sth.
gioia {f}delight
partecipare a qc.to participate in sth.
Unverified lasciare qc. (in eredità)to bequeath sth.
Unverified riscaldare in anticipo qc.to preheat sth.
Unverified immergersi in [fig.]to delve into sth.
prendere in prestito qc.to borrow sth.
esultare per qc.to exult at / in sth.
compilare qc.to fill in sth. [complete sth.]
andare in cerca di qc.to quest for sth.
privo di qc. {adj} [senza]lacking in sth. [postpos.]
essere bravo in qc.to be good at sth.
loc. tenere a freno qn./qc.to rein in sb./sth.
interessarsi di qn./qc.to be interested in sb./sth.
participare a qc. [raro o arc.]to take part in sth.
a dispetto di qn./qc. {prep}in spite of sb./sth.
Come sta?How's he doing?
Come sta?How are you doing?
rispetto a qn./qc. {prep} [loc. pres.]in comparison with sb./sth.
essere in grado di fare qc.to be able to do sth.
scartare intorno sth.to swerve around sth.
Come si dice in tedesco?How do you say in German?
Come si dice in inglese?How do you say in English?
aero. naut. turismo fare scalo a / into stop over in
portare in / nel grembo un bambinoto carry a child (in one's womb)
in ogni caso {adv}in any case
in nessun modo {adv}in no way
in nessun caso {adv}in no case
in questo modo {adv}in this way
sfociare in [fig.]to result in
chim. indio {m} <In>indium <In>
in contraddizione {adv}in contradiction
erasth. was
Unverified corrodereto fret sth.
Unverified invocareto invoke sth.
divinare qc.to divine sth.
presumere qc.to presume sth.
cominciare qc.to commence sth.
interporre qc.to interpose sth.
ammorbidire qc.to soften sth.
addolcire qc.to sweeten sth.
versare qc.to spill sth.
vietare qc.to forbid sth.
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