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Vocabolario e frasi
Per vedere, per vedere se fosse tale davvero, tali le sue fattezze, tale il suo aspetto, che il nipote si fosse potuto accecare per lei fino al punto di non pensar piú di quale amore lei finora lo aveva amato; e che gli altri lo potessero cosí facilmente scusare! No, brutta non era; non mostrava certo ancora gli anni che aveva; ma non era, no, non poteva esser bella per quel ragazzo! Già sotto i capelli biondi sulle tempie, ne aveva tanti appassiti, quasi bianchi.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Oh, bastò la spinterella, lieve lieve, d'una parola: un torrente m'investí d'aneddoti stravaganti, di Carlino bimbo, che stava in via San Pietro e tirava dal balcone frecce di carta sul nicchio del padre beneficiale; di Carlino ragazzo, che faceva la guerra contro i rivali di piazza San Francesco; di Carlino a scuola e di Carlino in vacanza; di Carlino, quando gli tirarono in faccia un torso di cavolo e per miracolo non lo accecarono; di Carlino commediante e marionettista e cavallerizzo e lottatore e avvocato e bersagliere e brigante e cacciatore di serpi e pescatore di ranocchie; e di Carlino, quando cadde da un terrazzo su un pagliajo e sarebbe morto se un enorme aquilone non gli avesse fatto da paracadute, e di Carlino...(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Lume maledetto della ragione! Ragione maledetta, che non sa accecarsi nella fede! Lui Berecche vede, o crede di vedere con questo lume tante cose che gl’impediscono ora di pregare con la sua piccola figliuola Margherita, cieca nella cieca
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accecante participio presente di accecare
= che accieca
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acciecare
= accecare
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orbare
= verbo trans . accecare
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Inglese
Vocabolario e frasi
(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "I am sure," she added, "if it was not for such good friends I do notknow what would become of her, for she is very ill indeed, and suffersa vast deal, though with the greatest patience in the world, which isalways the way with her, for she has, without exception, the sweetesttemper I have ever met with.<>
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She had been watching him thelast hour, she said, as he walked up and down the street, and had Mr.Wickham appeared, Kitty and Lydia would certainly have continued theoccupation, but unluckily no one passed windows now except a few of theofficers, who, in comparison with the stranger, were become "stupid,disagreeable fellows.<>
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She rated his abilities much higher than any of the others; there wasa solidity in his reflections which often struck her, and though by nomeans so clever as herself, she thought that if encouraged to readand improve himself by such an example as hers, he might become a veryagreeable companion.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "Good Heaven! what is to become of us? What are we to do?" would theyoften exclaim in the bitterness of woe.<>
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My youngest of all is lately married,and my eldest is somewhere about the grounds, walking with a young manwho, I believe, will soon become a part of the family.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "What could become of Mr. Bingley and Jane!" was a wonder whichintroduced the discussion of their affairs.<>
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A house in town! Every thingthat is charming! Three daughters married! Ten thousand a year! Oh,Lord! What will become of me.<>
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He bore with philosophy the conviction thatElizabeth must now become acquainted with whatever of his ingratitudeand falsehood had before been unknown to her; and in spite of everything, was not wholly without hope that Darcy might yet be prevailed onto make his fortune.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) Time and feeding had expanded that once romantic form; the black silkwaistcoat had become more and more developed; inch by inch had the goldwatch-chain beneath it disappeared from within the range of Tupman'svision; and gradually had the capacious chin encroached upon theborders of the white cravat: but the soul of Tupman had known nochange--admiration of the fair sex was still its ruling passion.<>
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In his better days, beforehe had become enfeebled by dissipation and emaciated by disease, he hadbeen in the receipt of a good salary, which, if he had been careful andprudent, he might have continued to receive for some years--not many;because these men either die early, or by unnaturally taxing theirbodily energies, lose, prematurely, those physical powers on which alonethey can depend for subsistence.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Five or six years passed away; the boy had become a robust andwell-grown youth.<>
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I hasten from the sight ofthat world, which has become odious to me.<>
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How Iused to hug myself with delight, when I thought of the fine trick I wasplaying them after their old pointing and leering, when I was not mad,but only dreading that I might one day become so! And how I used tolaugh for joy, when I was alone, and thought how well I kept my secret,and how quickly my kind friends would have fallen from me, if they hadknown the truth.<>
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"'"And what's become of the others, Sir?" asked Tom Smart--'The old gentleman applied his elbow to his eye as he replied,"Gone, Tom, gone.<>
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There were a great manyyoung ladies in a great many houses, the greater part whereof wereshrewdly suspected by the male and female domestics to be deeplyattached to somebody, or perfectly ready to become so, if opportunityafforded.<>
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" "And wot 'ud become o' me if you WOS struck withapoplexy?" said the turnkey.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'In one instant, after the clock struck two, the whole of this desertedand quiet spot had become a scene of most extraordinary life andanimation.<>
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When a porter had put his luggage in the coach, and received hisfare, he turned round and was gone; and before my uncle had well begunto wonder what had become of him, half a dozen fresh ones started up,and staggered along under the weight of parcels, which seemed big enoughto crush them.<>
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Wot 'ud become of the undertakers vithout it, Sammy?'Lost in the immense field of conjecture opened by this reflection, theelder Mr. Weller laid his pipe on the table, and stirred the fire with ameditative visage.<>
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And wot's to become o' the bis'ness?' inquired Sam.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'But, dear Mr. Pickwick, what is to become of Nathaniel if his fatherwithdraws his assistance?' urged Arabella.<>
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Mr. Jingle smiled at this sally, but looked rather foolishnotwithstanding; so Mr. Pickwick changed the subject by saying--'You don't happen to know, do you, what has become of another friend ofyours--a more humble one, whom I saw at Rochester?Dismal Jemmy?' inquired Jingle.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'I hope they may become so,' replied Mr. Pickwick.<>
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You think so now! S'poseyou wos to change your mind, vich is not unlikely, for you've the spirito' five-and-twenty in you still, what 'ud become on you vithout me? Itcan't be done, Sir, it can't be done.<>
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He was muchtroubled at first, by the numerous applications made to him by Mr.Snodgrass, Mr. Winkle, and Mr. Trundle, to act as godfather to theiroffspring; but he has become used to it now, and officiates as a matterof course.<>
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Itseemed extraordinary that when he had become a sort of saint he shouldgo out of his way to commit the sin he had despised when he was asinner.<>
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And what has become of him?"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) He paused a moment, and then went on in a more matter-of-fact tone;"When you come to think of it, it's a very good plan for a murder, andmeets the permanent problem of the disposal of the body.<>
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"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "Oh, I've no patience with such nonsense," spluttered the sceptic, whoseround face had become rather a red face with the heat of his contemptand incredulity.<>
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They become criminals out of sheer conventionality.<>
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applied to become a member of
= chiesto di diventare membro di ,
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applies to become a member of
= chiede di diventare membro di ,
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apply to become a member of
= chiedere di diventare membro di ,
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applying to become a member of
= chiedendo di diventare membro di ,
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his bad manners have become a byword
= la sua maleducazione è diventata proverbiale,
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Coniugazione:1 - accecare
Ausiliare:essere transitivo
INDICATIVO - attivo
Presente
io mi acceco
tu ti accechi
egli si acceca
noi ci accechiamo
voi vi accecate
essi si accecano
Imperfetto
io mi accecavo
tu ti accecavi
egli si accecava
noi ci accecavamo
voi vi accecavate
essi si accecavano
Passato remoto
io mi accecai
tu ti accecasti
egli si accecò
noi ci accecammo
voi vi accecaste
essi si accecarono
Passato prossimo
io mi sono accecato
tu ti sei accecato
egli si é accecato
noi ci siamo accecati
voi vi siete accecati
essi si sono accecati
Trapassato prossimo
io mi ero accecato
tu ti eri accecato
egli era accecato
noi ci eravamo accecati
voi vi eravate accecati
essi si erano accecati
Trapassato remoto
io mi fui accecato
tu ti fosti accecato
egli si fu accecato
noi ci fummo accecati
voi vi foste accecati
essi si furono accecati
Futuro semplice
io mi accecherò
tu ti accecherai
egli si accecherà
noi ci accecheremo
voi vi accecherete
essi si accecheranno
Futuro anteriore
io mi sarò accecato
tu ti sarai accecato
egli si sarà accecato
noi ci saremo accecati
voi vi sarete accecati
essi si saranno accecati
CONGIUNTIVO - attivo
Presente
che io mi accechi
che tu ti accechi
che egli si accechi
che noi ci accechiamo
che voi vi accechiate
che essi si accechino
Passato
che io mi sia accecato
che tu ti sia accecato
che egli si sia accecato
che noi ci siamo accecati
che voi vi siate accecati
che essi si siano accecati
Imperfetto
che io mi accecassi
che tu ti accecassi
che egli si accecasse
che noi ci accecassimo
che voi vi accecaste
che essi si accecassero
Trapassato
che io mi fossi accecato
che tu ti fossi accecato
che egli si fosse accecato
che noi ci fossimo accecati
che voi vi foste accecati
che essi si fossero accecati
CONDIZIONALE - attivo
Presente
io mi accecherei
tu ti accecheresti
egli si accecherebbe
noi ci accecheremmo
voi vi accechereste
essi si accecherebbero
Passato
io mi sarei accecato
tu ti saresti accecato
egli si sarebbe accecato
noi ci saremmo accecati
voi vi sareste accecati
essi si sarebbero accecati
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
IMPERATIVO - attivo
Presente
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accecati
si accechi
accechiamoci
accecatevi
si accechino
Futuro
-
ti accecherai
si accecherà
ci accecheremo
vi accecherete
si accecheranno
INFINITO - attivo
Presente
accecar
Passato
essersi accecato
PARTICIPIO - attivo
Presente
accecante
Passato
accecatosi
 
 
GERUNDIO - attivo
Presente
accecando
Passato
essendo accecato
accecarsi: ERRORE 404 - verbo non trovato.
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          I - Il vocabolo non e' stato ancora inserito nell'archivio.

          II - Non e' stato digitato correttamente:
                    Ricorda: Per i verbi devi cercare l'INFINITO PRESENTE o la
                    PRIMA PERSONA dell'INDICATIVO PRESENTE ( es. amare, amo.).

          III - Per un errore di programmazione.
              In tal caso ci scusiamo e ti preghiamo di comunicarcelo.