erboso   (Pl: erbosi, Fem: erbosa, Pl Fem: erbose)

grassy

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nostalgico   (Pl: nostalgici, Fem: nostalgica, Pl Fem: nostalgiche)

homesick, nostalgic

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altalena f.   (Pl: altalene)

swing (suspended seat)

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desertico   (Pl: desertici, Fem: desertica, Pl Fem: desertiche)

desert (adj)

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cupola f.   (Pl: cupole)

dome, vault

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islamico   (Pl: islamici, Fem: islamica, Pl Fem: islamiche)

Islamic

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betoniera f.   (Pl: betoniere)

cement mixer, concrete mixer

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cantiere m.   (Pl: cantieri)

building site

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idilliaco   (Pl: idilliaci, Fem: idilliaca, Pl Fem: idilliache)

idyllic

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staccionata f.   (Pl: staccionate)

fence

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alpaca m.   (Pl: -)

alpaca

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montagne russe

roller coaster

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corona f.   (Pl: corone)

crown

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aiuola f.   (Pl: aiuole)

flowerbed, bed

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muschio m.   (Pl: muschi)

1. musk (perfume) 2. moss

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pensionato m.   (Pl: pensionati)

pensioner

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timo m.   (Pl: timi)

thyme

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mucchio m.   (Pl: mucchi)

heap, pile

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ammucchiare

to heap, to pile up

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scena f.   (Pl: scene)

1. scene (all senses) 2. stage (of a theatre)

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grappolo m.   (Pl: grappoli)

bunch, cluster (e.g. of grapes)

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macchinetta f.   (Pl: macchinette)

small machine, device

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utilizzato   (Pl: utilizzati, Fem: utilizzata, Pl Fem: utilizzate)

used, utilised

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seppia f.   (Pl: seppie)

cuttlefish

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predominante   (Pl: predominanti)

predominant

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pescheria f.   (Pl: pescherie)

fishmonger, fish shop

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ambo

1. both, either 2. deuce, double (games)

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Adesso basta!

Enough already!, Stop now!, That's enough!

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curcuma f.   (Pl: curcume)

turmeric

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accettabile   (Pl: accettabili)

acceptable

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Ispanico

Hispanic

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universale   (Pl: universali)

universal

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epoca f.   (Pl: epoche)

epoch, era, period

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incarnare

1. to incarnate 2. to represent, to embody

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umanità f.   (Pl: -)

humanity, mankind

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Rinascimento m.

Renaissance

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ingegno m.   (Pl: ingegni)

ingenuity, talent

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illudere

to deceive, to delude, to fool

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affollare

to pack, to cram, to crowd

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monotonia f.   (Pl: monotonie)

monotony

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