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Unverified vivere con qualcunoto live with somebody
abitare ato live in
Abito a...I live in ...
Unverified vivere il 'qui ed ora'to live in the here and now
incorrere into meet with
rispetto a qn./qc. {prep} [loc. pres.]in comparison with sb./sth.
vicino {adv}close
otturareto close (up)
attento {adj}close [careful]
aderente {adj} {pres-p}close-fitting
vivereto live
chiudere qc.to close sth.
Unverified recinto {m} [per animali]close
accanto a {prep}close to
Unverified Evviva ...!Long live ...!
tizzone {m} [di carbone]live coal
posto {m} per vivereplace to live
vivere da soloto live alone [about a male]
vivere da solato live alone [about a female]
con {prep}with
Unverified tecowith you
impunemente {adv}with impunity
infarinareto cover with flour
circondarsito surround oneself (with)
appassionatamente {adv}with passion [passionately]
accontentarsi (di)to be satisfied (with)
accontentarsi (di)to be pleased (with)
ad oltranza {adv}with a vengence
bot. pampinoso {adj}covered with vine leaves
gonfiare con qc.to swell with sth.
schierarsi con qn.to side with sb.
occuparsi di qc.to deal with sth.
simpatizzare con qn.to sympathize with sb.
flirtare con qn.to flirt with sb.
amoreggiare con qn.to flirt with sb.
collegare con qn.to associate with sb. [fig.]
tagliare con le forbicito cut with the scissors
loc. avere qc.sul gropponeto be burdened with sth.
tirare un sospiro di sollievoto sigh with relief
convergere (con qn./qc.)to converge (with sb./sth.)
separarsi da qn.to split up with sb. [coll.]
sopportare [fig. per: tollerare]to put up with [to tolerate]
paragonare con qc./qn.to compare with sth./sb.
fare la civetta con qc.to flirt with sb.
corrispondere a qn./qc.to correspond with sb./sth.
prov. L'appetito viene mangiando.Appetite comes with eating.
Unverified fare il pieno di benzinato fill up with petrol
gomitata {f} [colpo con il gomito]shove with the elbow
collegare con qn./qc.to link up with sb./sth.
chim. tec. Unverified zincare qc. [ricoprire di zinco]to coat sth. with zinc
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