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Italiano
Vocabolario e frasi
allumare
= verbo trans. conciare le pelli con l'allume - verbo trans. guardare con interesse , adocchiare - verbo trans. illuminare , rischiarare , accendere allumarsi
= verbo rifl. illuminarsi , accendersi .
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occhiare
= verbo trans . adocchiare .
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Inglese
Vocabolario e frasi
Though he haddetected with a critical eye more than one failure of perfect symmetryin her form, he was forced to acknowledge her figure to be light andpleasing; and in spite of his asserting that her manners were not thoseof the fashionable world, he was caught by their easy playfulness.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) Mr. Wickham was the happy man towards whom almost every female eye wasturned, and Elizabeth was the happy woman by whom he finally seatedhimself; and the agreeable manner in which he immediately fell intoconversation, though it was only on its being a wet night, made her feelthat the commonest, dullest, most threadbare topic might be renderedinteresting by the skill of the speaker.<>
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She could not help frequentlyglancing her eye at Mr. Darcy, though every glance convinced her of whatshe dreaded; for though he was not always looking at her mother, she wasconvinced that his attention was invariably fixed by her.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) When they left the high road for the lane to Hunsford, every eye was insearch of the Parsonage, and every turning expected to bring it in view.<>
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They gradually ascended forhalf-a-mile, and then found themselves at the top of a considerableeminence, where the wood ceased, and the eye was instantly caught byPemberley House, situated on the opposite side of a valley, into whichthe road with some abruptness wound.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) They entered the woods, and bidding adieu to the river for a while,ascended some of the higher grounds; when, in spots where the opening ofthe trees gave the eye power to wander, were many charming views of thevalley, the opposite hills, with the long range of woods overspreadingmany, and occasionally part of the stream.<>
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But he is a liberalmaster, I suppose, and that in the eye of a servant comprehends everyvirtue.<>
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No sooner did he appear than Elizabeth wiselyresolved to be perfectly easy and unembarrassed; a resolution the morenecessary to be made, but perhaps not the more easily kept, because shesaw that the suspicions of the whole party were awakened against them,and that there was scarcely an eye which did not watch his behaviourwhen he first came into the room.<>
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Her brother, whose eye she feared to meet, scarcelyrecollected her interest in the affair, and the very circumstance whichhad been designed to turn his thoughts from Elizabeth seemed to havefixed them on her more and more cheerfully.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) Goswell Street was at his feet, GoswellStreet was on his right hand--as far as the eye could reach, GoswellStreet extended on his left; and the opposite side of Goswell Streetwas over the way.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Here, waiter!' shouted the stranger, ringing the bell with tremendousviolence, 'glasses round--brandy-and-water, hot and strong, andsweet, and plenty,--eye damaged, Sir? Waiter! raw beef-steak for thegentleman's eye--nothing like raw beef-steak for a bruise, sir; coldlamp-post very good, but lamp-post inconvenient--damned odd standingin the open street half an hour, with your eye against alamp-post--eh,--very good--ha! ha!' And the stranger, without stoppingto take breath, swallowed at a draught full half a pint of the reekingbrandy-and-water, and flung himself into a chair with as much ease as ifnothing uncommon had occurred.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Dead, sir--dead,' said the stranger, applying to his right eye thebrief remnant of a very old cambric handkerchief.<>
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Mr. Tupman again expressed an earnest wish to be present at thefestivity; but meeting with no response in the darkened eye of Mr.Snodgrass, or the abstracted gaze of Mr. Pickwick, he applied himselfwith great interest to the port wine and dessert, which had just beenplaced on the table.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) It was on this uncouth-looking person that Mr. Winkle's eye rested, andit was towards him that Mr. Pickwick extended his hand when he said, 'Afriend of our friend's here.<>
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Certainly,' said Mr. Snodgrass: for the sunken eye of the dismal manrested on him, and he felt it necessary to say something.<>
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The manoeuvres of half a dozen regiments were to be inspected bythe eagle eye of the commander-in-chief; temporary fortifications hadbeen erected, the citadel was to be attacked and taken, and a mine wasto be sprung.<>
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The military bands struck upaltogether; the horses stood upon two legs each, cantered backwards, andwhisked their tails about in all directions; the dogs barked, the mobscreamed, the troops recovered, and nothing was to be seen on eitherside, as far as the eye could reach, but a long perspective of red coatsand white trousers, fixed and motionless.<>
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On either side, the banks of the Medway,covered with cornfields and pastures, with here and there a windmill, ora distant church, stretched away as far as the eye could see, presentinga rich and varied landscape, rendered more beautiful by the changingshadows which passed swiftly across it as the thin and half-formedclouds skimmed away in the light of the morning sun.<>
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The sunken eye of the dismal man flashedbrightly as he spoke, but the momentary excitement quickly subsided; andhe turned calmly away, as he said--'There--enough of that.<>
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Why, my poor old mother, here, used to sit before this fireplace uponthat little stool when she was a girl; didn't you, mother?'The tear which starts unbidden to the eye when the recollection of oldtimes and the happiness of many years ago is suddenly recalled, stoledown the old lady's face as she shook her head with a melancholy smile.<>
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Mr. Luffey retired a fewpaces behind the wicket of the passive Podder, and applied the ballto his right eye for several seconds.<>
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Call a hackney-coach there, directly,and bring this lady's bill, d'ye hear--d'ye hear?' 'Cert'nly, Sir,'replied Sam, who had answered Wardle's violent ringing of the bell witha degree of celerity which must have appeared marvellous to anybody whodidn't know that his eye had been applied to the outside of the keyholeduring the whole interview.<>
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As they turned back, Mr.Pickwick's eye fell upon a small broken stone, partially buried in theground, in front of a cottage door.<>
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Marking these little evidences with the eye of an experienced traveller,Tom dismounted with as much agility as his half-frozen limbs wouldpermit, and entered the house.<>
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This was comfortable, but this was not all; for asmartly-dressed girl, with a bright eye and a neat ankle, was laying avery clean white cloth on the table; and as Tom sat with his slipperedfeet on the fender, and his back to the open door, he saw a charmingprospect of the bar reflected in the glass over the chimney-piece, withdelightful rows of green bottles and gold labels, together with jars ofpickles and preserves, and cheeses and boiled hams, and rounds of beef,arranged on shelves in the most tempting and delicious array.<>
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" HereTom's eye wandered from the glass on the chimney-piece to the glass onthe table; and as he felt himself becoming gradually sentimental, heemptied the fourth tumbler of punch and ordered a fifth.<>
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"'Tom Smart was just on the point of protesting that he hadn't tasted adrop since his last birthday, but when his eye encountered that of theold gentleman he looked so knowing that Tom blushed, and was silent.<>
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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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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Tom surveyed the rooms he passed through, on his way downstairs, withthe scrutinising eye of a landlord; thinking it not impossible, thatbefore long, they and their contents would be his property.<>
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"As Tom said this, his eye involuntarily wandered from the widow's faceto the comfort around him.<>
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Hedges, fields, and trees, hill andmoorland, presented to the eye their ever-varying shades of deep richgreen; scarce a leaf had fallen, scarce a sprinkle of yellow mingledwith the hues of summer, warned you that autumn had begun.<>
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Here Mr. Weller winked the eye which was not concealed by the beer-canhe was raising to his lips, with such exquisite facetiousness, thatthe two boys went into spontaneous convulsions, and even the long mancondescended to smile.<>
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That's all right,' replied Mr. Perker's clerk; and then seeing Mr.Pickwick's eye wandering curiously towards the table, he added, 'willyou join us, for half an hour or so? We are capital company hereto-night.<>
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The bones of men, who had perished in the dreary waste, layscattered at his feet; a fearful light fell on everything around; sofar as the eye could reach, nothing but objects of dread and horrorpresented themselves.<>
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And now, to hear, after all, that he was a needyadventurer, a strolling player, and if not a swindler, something so verylike it, that it was hard to tell the difference! Heavens! what wouldthe Porkenhams say! What would be the triumph of Mr. Sidney Porkenhamwhen he found that his addresses had been slighted for such a rival!How should he, Nupkins, meet the eye of old Porkenham at the nextquarter-sessions! And what a handle would it be for the oppositionmagisterial party if the story got abroad!'But after all,' said Mr. Nupkins, brightening for a moment, after along pause; 'after all, this is a mere statement.<>
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Sam Weller paused, when hedismounted from the coach, to note all these little indications of athriving business, with the eye of an experienced traveller; and havingdone so, stepped in at once, highly satisfied with everything he hadobserved.<>
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But personal service, by clerk or agent, in these cases, youknow, Mr. Pickwick--nothing like caution, sir, in all legal forms--eh?'Here Mr. Jackson cast his eye on the parchment; and, resting his handson the table, and looking round with a winning and persuasive smile,said, 'Now, come; don't let's have no words about such a little matteras this.<>
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He hadthat dull-looking, boiled eye which is often to be seen in the headsof people who have applied themselves during many years to a weary andlaborious course of study; and which would have been sufficient, withoutthe additional eyeglass which dangled from a broad black riband roundhis neck, to warn a stranger that he was very near-sighted.<>
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This was not done without considerable opposition,and many tears, on the part of the young gentleman himself, who hadcertain inward misgivings that the placing him within the full glareof the judge's eye was only a formal prelude to his being immediatelyordered away for instant execution, or for transportation beyond theseas, during the whole term of his natural life, at the very least.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) His eye fell upon a newly-painted tenement which had been recentlyconverted into something between a shop and a private house, and whicha red lamp, projecting over the fanlight of the street door, would havesufficiently announced as the residence of a medical practitioner, evenif the word 'Surgery' had not been inscribed in golden characters on awainscot ground, above the window of what, in times bygone, had beenthe front parlour.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) The general aspect of the room recalled him to himself at once; but hehad no sooner cast his eye on the figure of a man who was broodingover the dusty fire, than, letting his hat fall on the floor, he stoodperfectly fixed and immovable with astonishment.<>
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"See arter the TIMES, Thomas;let me look at the MORNIN' HERALD, when it's out o' hand; don't forgetto bespeak the CHRONICLE; and just bring the 'TIZER, vill you:" and thenhe'd set vith his eyes fixed on the clock, and rush out, just a quarterof a minit 'fore the time to waylay the boy as wos a-comin' in withthe evenin' paper, which he'd read with sich intense interest andpersewerance as worked the other customers up to the wery confines o'desperation and insanity, 'specially one i-rascible old gen'l'm'n as thevaiter wos always obliged to keep a sharp eye on, at sich times, fear heshould be tempted to commit some rash act with the carving-knife.<>
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I can see with the naked eye that you gets stouter under theoperation.<>
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The individual to whom this observation referred, was sitting at theupper end of the room when Mr. Pickwick entered, and was smoking alarge Dutch pipe, with his eye intently fixed on the round face of thelandlord; a jolly-looking old personage, to whom he had recently beenrelating some tale of wonder, as was testified by sundry disjointedexclamations of, 'Well, I wouldn't have believed it! The strangest thingI ever heard! Couldn't have supposed it possible!' and other expressionsof astonishment which burst spontaneously from his lips, as he returnedthe fixed gaze of the one-eyed man.<>
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The one-eyed bagman ladled out a glass of negus from the bowl, and drankit; smoked a long whiff out of the Dutch pipe; and then, calling to SamWeller who was lingering near the door, that he needn't go away unlesshe wanted to, because the story was no secret, fixed his eye upon thelandlord's, and proceeded, in the words of the next chapter.<>
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The girl looked timidly at Mr.Bob Sawyer, who was expressing his admiration of her personal charmsby a variety of wonderful grimaces; and casting an eye at the hats andgreatcoats which hung in the passage, called another girl to mind thedoor while she went upstairs.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Just keep your eye upon him for a few minutes,' murmured Wardle.<>
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"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "I'm afraid," said the American, in tones that were still doubtful, andkeeping his eye on the priest rather as if he were a wild animal, "thatyou'd have to explain a lot to me before I knew what you were talkingabout.<>
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Lestrade might know the man was a foreigner merely because hisdepartment has to keep an eye on all foreigners; some would say on allnatives, too.<>
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Father Brown letting his eye rove around in a rather absent-minded fashion.<>
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Sir Arthur wasa long, gaunt man, with a long, cadaverous face, in striking contrast tothe sturdy figure and bright, bird-like eye of Sir Matthew Blake.<>
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"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "I'll get her to give an eye to them," answered the secretary.<>
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(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) He professed no great belief in theantiquated fastenings of the old house, which the housekeeper lamentedto see rusting in idleness, but he had an eye to the more importantpoint of strategy.<>
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There was a man who had a fly in his eye whenhe looked through the telescope, and he discovered that there was a mostincredible dragon in the moon.<>
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(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) Father Brown's eye roamed round the room, which seemed to have been justrecently cleaned and tidied, till his gaze found something in a dustycorner just behind the door.<>
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Hark! Do you hear the cry with whichhe lifts his head and sees in that socket of stone, that has been hollowfor ages, the one red and angry moon that is the eye of the mountain?"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "Do you really mean," cried Lord Mounteagle, a little shaken, "that youcould make it pass from here to Mount Meru? I used to believe you hadgreat spiritual powers, but----"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "Perhaps," said the Master, "I have more than you will ever believe.<>
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"Lady Mounteagle asked me to keep an eye onthe Master, being no fool, for all her mysticism; and when he left histent, I could only follow by behaving like a nuisance and a monomaniac.<>
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Men like that always havetheir eye on jewels; they never could rise, with the higher humbugs, todespising jewels.<>
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access eye
= foro di accesso per disotturazione ,
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almond eye
= occhio a mandorla ,
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apple of her eye
= luce dei suoi occhi ,
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apple of his eye
= luce dei suoi occhi ,
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apple of his mother eye
= il cocco della mamma ,
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apple of my eye
= luce dei miei occhi ,
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apple of one's eye
= pupilla dei propri occhi , il cocco ,
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apple of your eye
= luce dei tuoi occhi ,
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apples of his mother eye
= i cocchi di mamma ,
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apples of one's eye
= pupille dei propri occhi , i cocchi ,
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as far as the eye can reach
= fin dove giunge lo sguardo , a perdita d'occhio ,
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ball of the eye
= globo oculare ,
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basilisk eye
= occhio di basilisco ,
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bat an eye
= reagire ,
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bats an eye
= reagisce ,
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batted an eye
= reagito ,
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batting an eye
= reagendo ,
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beam in one's eye
= trave nell'occhio ,
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beauty is in the eye of the beholder
= non è bello ciò che è bello , ma è bello quel che piace ,
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big eye
= proiettore di luce da 10000 watt ,
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bird's eye view
= vista dall'alto , esame a volo d'uccello , rapido riassunto , angolazione a volo d'uccello , angolazione dall'alto ,
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bird's eye views
= viste dall'alto , esami a volo d'uccello , rapidi riassunti , angolazioni a volo d'uccello , angolazioni dall'alto ,
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bistred eye
= occhio bistrato ,
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black eye
= occhio nero , occhio pesto , rabbuffo , sgridata , discredito , danno morale , macchia , vergogna , disonore , fare un occhio nero ,
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blacked eye
= fatto un occhio nero ,
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blacking eye
= facendo un occhio nero ,
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blacks eye
= fa un occhio nero ,
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blind in one eye
= cieco da un occhio , guercio ,
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blind of one eye
= cieco da un occhio , guercio ,
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bug eye
= obiettivo che abbraccia un campo visivo di 180 gradi , fish eye ,
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bugeye
= obiettivo che abbraccia un campo visivo di 180 gradi , fish eye ,
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candid eye
= ripresa con macchina da presa nascosta, candid camera ,
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cast an eye on
= gettare uno sguardo su , dare un'occhiata a ,
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cast in the eye
= leggero strabismo ,
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casted an eye on
= gettato uno sguardo su , dato un'occhiata a ,
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casting an eye on
= gettando uno sguardo su , dando un'occhiata a ,
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casts an eye on
= getta uno sguardo su , dà un'occhiata a ,
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cat's eye
= occhio di gatto, dischetto catarifrangente, catadiottro ,
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catch a cold in the eye
= prendere un colpo d'aria in un occhio ,
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catches a cold in the eye
= prende un colpo d'aria in un occhio ,
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catching a cold in the eye
= prendendo un colpo d'aria in un occhio ,
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caught a cold in the eye
= preso un colpo d'aria in un occhio ,
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cock one's eye at
= dare un'occhiata d'intesa a , ammiccare a ,
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compound eye
= occhio composto ,
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couch eye
= togliere una cataratta ,
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couched eye
= tolto una cataratta ,
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couches eye
= toglie una cataratta ,
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couching eye
= togliendo una cataratta ,
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dead eye
= bigotta , carrucola ,
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did in the eye
= imbrogliato , ingannato , fregato ,
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do in the eye
= imbrogliare , ingannare , fregare ,
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do not point to the speck in your brother's eye when there is a beam in your own
= non vedere la trave nel proprio occhio ,
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does in the eye
= imbroglia , inganna , frega ,
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doing in the eye
= imbrogliando , ingannando , fregando ,
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done in the eye
= imbrogliato , ingannato , fregato ,
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eagle eye
= occhio d'aquila, sorveglianza stretta ,
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fish eye lens
= obiettivo grandangolare che abbraccia un campo di 180 gradi , fish eye , obiettivo occhio di pesce ,
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fish eye lenses
= obiettivi grandangolari che abbracciano un campo di 180 gradi , fish eye , obiettivi occhio di pesce ,
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gave a black eye
= fatto un occhio nero ,
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give a black eye
= fare un occhio nero ,
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given a black eye
= fatto un occhio nero ,
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gives a black eye
= fa un occhio nero ,
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giving a black eye
= facendo un occhio nero ,
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i've got my beady eye on you
= ti tengo d'occhio,
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in the public eye
= in una posizione eminente, ben conosciuto, in vista, molto in vista,
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not to bat an eye
= non battere ciglio, non chiudere occhio, restare sveglio,
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quick of eye
= pronto d'occhio,
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turn a blind eye to
= ignorare , fingere di non vedere , chiudere un occhio su ,
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turned a blind eye to
= ignorato , finto di non vedere , chiuso un occhio su ,
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turning a blind eye to
= ignorando , fingendo di non vedere , chiudendo un occhio su ,
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turns a blind eye to
= ignora , finge di non vedere , chiude un occhio su ,
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Coniugazione:1 - adocchiare
Ausiliare:avere transitivo
INDICATIVO - attivo
Presente
io adocchio
tu adocchi
egli adocchia
noi adocchiamo
voi adocchiate
essi adocchiano
Imperfetto
io adocchiavo
tu adocchiavi
egli adocchiava
noi adocchiavamo
voi adocchiavate
essi adocchiavano
Passato remoto
io adocchiai
tu adocchiasti
egli adocchiò
noi adocchiammo
voi adocchiaste
essi adocchiarono
Passato prossimo
io ho adocchiato
tu hai adocchiato
egli ha adocchiato
noi abbiamo adocchiato
voi avete adocchiato
essi hanno adocchiato
Trapassato prossimo
io avevo adocchiato
tu avevi adocchiato
egli aveva adocchiato
noi avevamo adocchiato
voi avevate adocchiato
essi avevano adocchiato
Trapassato remoto
io ebbi adocchiato
tu avesti adocchiato
egli ebbe adocchiato
noi avemmo adocchiato
voi eveste adocchiato
essi ebbero adocchiato
Futuro semplice
io adocchierò
tu adocchierai
egli adocchierà
noi adocchieremo
voi adocchierete
essi adocchieranno
Futuro anteriore
io avrò adocchiato
tu avrai adocchiato
egli avrà adocchiato
noi avremo adocchiato
voi avrete adocchiato
essi avranno adocchiato
CONGIUNTIVO - attivo
Presente
che io adocchi
che tu adocchi
che egli adocchi
che noi adocchiamo
che voi adocchiate
che essi adocchino
Passato
che io abbia adocchiato
che tu abbia adocchiato
che egli abbia adocchiato
che noi abbiamo adocchiato
che voi abbiate adocchiato
che essi abbiano adocchiato
Imperfetto
che io adocchiassi
che tu adocchiassi
che egli adocchiasse
che noi adocchiassimo
che voi adocchiaste
che essi adocchiassero
Trapassato
che io avessi adocchiato
che tu avessi adocchiato
che egli avesse adocchiato
che noi avessimo adocchiato
che voi aveste adocchiato
che essi avessero adocchiato
CONDIZIONALE - attivo
Presente
io adocchierei
tu adocchieresti
egli adocchierebbe
noi adocchieremmo
voi adocchiereste
essi adocchierebbero
Passato
io avrei adocchiato
tu avresti adocchiato
egli avrebbe adocchiato
noi avremmo adocchiato
voi avreste adocchiato
essi avrebbero adocchiato
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
IMPERATIVO - attivo
Presente
-
adocchia
adocchi
adocchiamo
adocchiate
adocchino
Futuro
-
adocchierai
adocchierà
adocchieremo
adocchierete
adocchieranno
INFINITO - attivo
Presente
adocchiare
Passato
avere adocchiato
PARTICIPIO - attivo
Presente
adocchiante
Passato
adocchiato
 
 
GERUNDIO - attivo
Presente
adocchiando
Passato
avendo adocchiato
INDICATIVO - passivo
Presente
io sono adocchiato
tu sei adocchiato
egli é adocchiato
noi siamo adocchiati
voi siete adocchiati
essi sono adocchiati
Imperfetto
io ero adocchiato
tu eri adocchiato
egli era adocchiato
noi eravamo adocchiati
voi eravate adocchiati
essi erano adocchiati
Passato remoto
io fui adocchiato
tu fosti adocchiato
egli fu adocchiato
noi fummo adocchiati
voi foste adocchiati
essi furono adocchiati
Passato prossimo
io sono stato adocchiato
tu sei stato adocchiato
egli é stato adocchiato
noi siamo stati adocchiati
voi siete stati adocchiati
essi sono stati adocchiati
Trapassato prossimo
io ero stato adocchiato
tu eri stato adocchiato
egli era stato adocchiato
noi eravamo stati adocchiati
voi eravate stati adocchiati
essi erano statiadocchiati
Trapassato remoto
io fui stato adocchiato
tu fosti stato adocchiato
egli fu stato adocchiato
noi fummo stati adocchiati
voi foste stati adocchiati
essi furono stati adocchiati
Futuro semplice
io sarò adocchiato
tu sarai adocchiato
egli sarà adocchiato
noi saremo adocchiati
voi sarete adocchiati
essi saranno adocchiati
Futuro anteriore
io sarò stato adocchiato
tu sarai stato adocchiato
egli sarà stato adocchiato
noi saremo stati adocchiati
voi sarete stati adocchiati
essi saranno stati adocchiati
CONGIUNTIVO - passivo
Presente
che io sia adocchiato
che tu sia adocchiato
che egli sia adocchiato
che noi siamo adocchiati
che voi siate adocchiati
che essi siano adocchiati
Passato
che io sia stato adocchiato
che tu sia stato adocchiato
che egli sia stato adocchiato
che noi siamo stati adocchiati
che voi siate stati adocchiati
che essi siano stati adocchiati
Imperfetto
che io fossi adocchiato
che tu fossi adocchiato
che egli fosse adocchiato
che noi fossimo adocchiati
che voi foste adocchiati
che essi fossero adocchiati
Trapassato
che io fossi stato adocchiato
che tu fossi stato adocchiato
che egli fosse stato adocchiato
che noi fossimo stati adocchiati
che voi foste stati adocchiati
che essi fossero stati adocchiati
CONDIZIONALE - passivo
Presente
io sarei adocchiato
tu saresti adocchiato
egli sarebbe adocchiato
noi saremmo adocchiati
voi sareste adocchiati
essi sarebbero adocchiati
Passato
io sarei stato adocchiato
tu saresti stato adocchiato
egli sarebbe stato adocchiato
noi saremmo stati adocchiati
voi sareste stati adocchiati
essi sarebbero stati adocchiati
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
IMPERATIVO - passivo
Presente
-
sii adocchiato
sia adocchiato
siamo adocchiati
siate adocchiati
siano adocchiati
Futuro
-
sarai adocchiato
sarà adocchiato
saremo adocchiati
sarete adocchiati
saranno adocchiati
INFINITO - passivo
Presente
essere adocchiato
Passato
essere stato adocchiato
PARTICIPIO - passivo
Presente
-
Passato
adocchiato
 
 
GERUNDIO - passivo
Presente
essendo adocchiato
Passato
essendo stato adocchiato
adocchiare: ERRORE 404 - verbo non trovato.
         I motivi possono essere:

          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.