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brindare a qn./qc.to drink to sb./sth.
fatturare qc. a qn.to invoice sth. to sb.
imparare qc. a memoriato learn sth. by heart
primeggiare qn. a qc.to lead sb. to sth.
grazie a qn./qc. {prep}owing to sb./sth.
fare male a qn./qc.to hurt sb./sth.
riferito a qn./qc.referred to sb./sth.
fare attenzione a qc.to mind sth. [be careful]
simile a qn/qc {conj.}similar to sth./sb.
paragonare a qn./qc.to compare to sb./sth.
tendere a qc./qn.to tend to sth./sb.
venire a sapere qc.to come to know sth.
riferirsi a qc./qn.to relate to sth./sb.
essere abituato a qc.to be used to sth.
acconsentire a qc.to agree to sth. [consent to sth.]
mettere a repentaglio qn./qc.to jeopardize sb./sth.
ascoltare a qn./qc.to listen to sb./sth.
essere soggetto a qc.to be subject to sth.
appartenere a qn./qc.to belong to sb./sth.
rispondere a qn./qc.to reply to sb./sth.
prestare attenzione a qc.to mind sth. [be careful]
collegare a qn./qc.to relate to sb./sth. [fig.]
a causa di qc./qn. {prep}due to sth./sb.
loc. tenere a freno qn./qc.to rein in sb./sth.
disaffezionarsi a qn./qc.to go off sb./sth. [Br.] [coll.]
stare attento a qn./qc.to pay attention to sb./sth.
aiutare qn. a fare qc.to aid sb. to do sth.
rispetto a qn./qc. {prep}compared to sb./sth.
aderire a qn./qc. [stare attaccato]to stick to sb./sth.
participare a qc. [raro o arc.]to take part in sth.
aderire a qn./qc. [stare attaccato]to adhere to sb./sth. [to stick to]
collegare a qn./qc.to connect to sb./sth. [link to sb./sth.]
dare la colpa a qn. per qc.to blame sb. for sth.
strappare via qc. a morsito bite sth. off [sever by biting]
estraneo a qn./qc. {adj} [che non ha relazione]extraneous to sb./sth.
bisbigliare qc. nell'orecchio a qn.to whisper sth. into sb.'s ear
possedereto have got
pranzareto have lunch
avereto have got
dovereto have to
hoI have
cenareto have dinner
Ha ... ?Do you have ... ?
epoca {f}time
tempo {m}time
volta {f}time
scartare intorno sth.to swerve around sth.
Unverified essait
lo {pron}it
puntualmente {adv}on time
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