epoch

epoca

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embody

incarnare

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represent

/ˌreprɪˈzent/

/ˌriːprɪˈzent/

rappresentare

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incarnate

incarnare

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mankind

/mænˈkaɪnd/

umanità

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humanity

umanità

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delude

/dɪˈluːd/

/dɪˈljuːd/

illudere

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monotony

monotonia

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photography

/fəˈtɒɡrəfɪ/

fotografia

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canary   (Pl: canaries)

/kəˈneərɪ/

canarino

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partisan

/ˈpɑːtɪˌzæn/

partigiano

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medieval

/ˌmedɪˈiːv(ə)l/

medievale

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foodie

buongustaio

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cigarette paper

cartina

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proper

/ˈprɒpə/

corretto

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except

/ɪkˈsept/

eccetto, tranne

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economy

/ɪˈkɒnəmɪ/

economia

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identical

/aɪˈdentɪk(ə)l/

uguale, identico

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equal

/ˈiːkwəl/

pari, uguale

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pistol

pistola

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gun

/ɡʌn/

fucile, pistola

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period

/ˈpɪərɪəd/

periodo, ciclo, epoca

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sense

/sens/

senso

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military   (Pl: militaries)

/ˈmɪlɪˌt(ə)rɪ/

1. esercito 2. militare

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family name

/ˈfæməlɪ ˈneɪm/

cognome

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surname

/ˈsɜːˌneɪm/

cognome

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oneself

/wʌnˈself/

si, se stesso

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knife

/naɪf/

coltello

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joke

/dʒəʊk/

1. scherzare 2. scherzo, battuta, burla

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particle

particella

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manly

maschile, virile

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virile

maschile, virile

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masculine

maschile

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male

/meɪl/

maschio, maschile

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chef

/ʃef/

cuoco

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substantive

/ˈsʌbstəntɪv/

sostantivo

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noun

/naʊn/

sostantivo

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take a photograph

scattare

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rivalry

concorrenza

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syndrome   (Pl: syndromes)

/ˈsɪnˌdrəʊm/

sindrome

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