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Il padre, il fratello s'erano messi a vivere per conto loro, fuori di casa, certo; e quegli atti della vita, che seguitavano a compiere lí insieme con lei, erano quasi per apparenza, senza piú quella cara, antica intimità, da cui spira quell'alito familiare, che sostiene, consola e rassicura.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Non muore piú! Morrà l'uomo, lo scrittore, strumento naturale della creazione; la creatura non muore piú! E per vivere eterna, non ha mica bisogno di straordinarie doti o di compiere prodigi.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Ora, per dimostrare quasi a se stessa ch'era stato un sacrifizio il suo e che, nel compierlo, aveva pensato soltanto al bene degli altri e non al suo, avrebbe voluto dormire magari per terra e non lí, su quel letto signorile, sotto quel cortinaggio: il piccino, lí, poiché tutta quella ricchezza era profusa per lui; e lei per terra, come una cagna.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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E lei, dapprima, aveva quasi accettato la sfida, che era chiara negli sguardi e nei sorrisi di colei; e aveva finto di non accorgersi di nulla, per non dover riconoscere che fosse provocata dall'oscura, segreta, insorgente gelosia l'indignazione, per tanta sfrontatezza; e quando finalmente non aveva piú potuto contenere quest'indignazione e aveva lasciato intendere a quella impudente, che non stesse piú a venirle per casa, s'era vietata d'assumer coscienza del delitto che lasciava compiere non prevenendo quella stupida signorina Trecke e anche il signor parroco; ancora per non dover riconoscere che fosse spinta dalla gelosia.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Ma qui l'atto violento da compiere non era piú contro se stesso; e la vita che sarebbe rimasta per gli altri, non gli si rappresentava piú come in una triste inutile successione di casi press'a poco invariabili.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Egli vedeva sua figlia; e la vita che gli si rappresentava, dopo l'atto violento da compiere, era quella di lei.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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E che s’intendeva l’infelice di fare con questo biglietto? Vincere i riguardi dell’amica, affrettare il desiderio di lui, compiere un nuovo dovere, frapporre un nuovo ostacolo tra sé e l’uomo che quasi suo malgrado le piacque. (Tommaseo - Fede e bellezza)
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Franco le scrisse chiedendole almeno il permesso di vederla poiché non poteva compiere «il suo dovere d'assisterla». (Fogazzaro - Piccolo mondo antico)
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Gli parve doverlo mettere a parte dell'atto che stava per compiere, delle ragioni che avevano consigliato la sua fidanzata e lui di addivenirvi in questo modo penoso, della speranza che avevano d'essere aiutati da lui quando venisse il momento d'aprir tutto alla nonna. (Fogazzaro - Piccolo mondo antico)
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Questa Forza aveva fermato lei, la madre, proprio nel momento in cui stava per compiere un atto di giustizia. (Fogazzaro - Piccolo mondo antico)
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Che poteva fare, che poteva dire il Gilardoni? Egli vedeva prossimo a compiersi, non per opera sua, il desiderio di Ester. (Fogazzaro - Piccolo mondo antico)
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Rimasta sola, Vana aveva spalancato gli occhi. Ora ascoltava, spiava. Tutti i pensieri tutti gli affetti cedevano al risveglio dell'istinto profondo: ella più non era intesa al suo dolore ma al suo gioco scaltro, all'esito del suo accorgimento. Il fatto d'esser già riuscita a eludere l'attenzione della sorella le dava, pur nell'angoscia, una specie d'allegrezza felina. L'astuzia le era agevole come il respiro, le sviluppava in tutto l'essere una energia facile e pronta. Ella era simile a una giovine fiera che, avendo penosamente valicato un terreno aspro e ignoto, rientri nel suo dominio di caccia, nella sua giungla o nella sua pampa natale. Sottilmente, provava in sé le inflessioni ingannevoli delle parole ch'ella era per dire, le particolarità degli atti ch'ella era per compiere. Si guardava da ogni errore. (D'Annunzio - Forse che sì forse che no)
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Non aveva pianto, non piangeva. Il grande dolore è come una congelazione repentina di tutto l'essere: comunica allo spirito la durezza e la trasparenza del più alto ghiacciaio, e lo rischiara di quel lume adamantino che solo s'inarca sul picco inespugnabile. Egli era lucido e libero come non mai. Nulla d'estraneo rimaneva in lui; non lo turbava alcun desiderio. Stava nel mondo come una forza funesta. Considerava gli atti da compiere sospesi su la sua volontà come decreti. (D'Annunzio - Forse che sì forse che no)
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L'atto ch'egli era per compiere al conspetto della folla era un atto di silenzio, un atto religioso, comandato da una necessità interiore ch'egli non indagava ma che nessuna forza di persuasione avrebbe potuto abolire. Andava egli incontro al presagio? sfidava la morte? sperava nella morte? Non v'era in lui né l'ansia del presentimento né l'eccitazione della prodezza; sì v'era una pacata potenza di dolore e di attesa come s'egli andasse a un alto colloquio desiderato dalla cara Ombra fraterna. Egli sentiva in sé quello stupendo gelo che accompagna la volontà di là dal limite noto, quando sembra che l'anima si muti in un monte di rigido diamante e non lasci vivere sul suo culmine aguzzo se non un solo pensiero aquilino. (D'Annunzio - Forse che sì forse che no)
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Sembrava ch'ella si fosse partita per compiere un'opera d'incanti. Con l'arte della maga colchica, aveva dedotto dalla luna quel primo aspetto spoglio di raggi? Su i Monti Pisani il plenilunio era già chiaro; ed ella rievocava la vita senza fuoco, il grande fiore palustre. (D'Annunzio - Forse che sì forse che no)
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Ella così viveva la vita vespertina, quale s'era rivelata alla sua anima in un solo attimo quando dal davanzale della finestra aveva steso la mano esitante per liberare la rondine prigioniera. Ella sentiva compiersi quel ch'era appena apparito; cangiava quel breve anelito in un respiro armonioso. La luce ambigua, ove l'oro lunare cominciava a diffondersi nel chiarore occiduo, pareva farla mediatrice fra il giorno e la notte. Ella pareva muovere i suoi piedi scalzi su l'esiguo istmo invisibile che separa il diurno dal notturno mare. (D'Annunzio - Forse che sì forse che no)
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Quasi in un sogno cupo rotto dai sobbalzi delle ossa ma con un languore d'amante pur sotto l'orrore, ma con un abbandono avido al potere che l'avviluppava, ma col presentimento d'una mutazione miracolosa che fosse per compiersi, ella era discesa a quel punto. «Non è più l'amore» egli le aveva detto. Nel tumulto e nell'oscurità, uno spirito d'ingenua giovinezza ancor superstite in fondo all'abominazione aveva risposto: «Ecco, ti slego. Ecco, sei libero. T'eri già volto verso di me; ora ritorni a me, ora mi riconosci. Forse m'amavi già, forse non hai mai cessato d'amarmi. Quell'altra cosa torbida e trista non più ti tiene, non più t'infetta. E, se io metto le dita su le tue tempie, nulla più rimane in te, neppure il disgusto, neppure il dispregio. Ti guarisco, ti consolo, ti rinnovo. Non so se sei tu che mi porti via, che mi porti lontano, o se sono io che ti rapisco, che ti nascondo. Di tutte le rive, di tutte le isole che tu hai dentro gli occhi, qual'è la più lontana, qual'è la più bella?» Come nella notte di Volterra, l'amato le era apparso vittima di un sortilegio, prigioniero d'un malefizio, che da lei attendesse la liberazione. Egli aveva detto: «La sorte vi manda a slegarmi».(D'Annunzio - Forse che sì forse che no)
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Facilmente egli avrebbe potuto con un urto nello stomaco abbatterlo in modo che non si rialzasse più; ma pareva ch'egli avesse un vecchio rancore da sfogare, una lunga vendetta da compiere. Il bianco era omai stremato di forze; ed egli lo teneva in piedi, come se giocasse con un fantoccio, rimettendolo a piombo per la rapidità dei colpi alterni a destra e a sinistra. Tutto il palco era sparso di sangue. Le viscere della folla urlarono: — Basta!(D'Annunzio - Forse che sì forse che no)
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Il primo impeto fu di correre in fondo alla via. Ma, dopo qualche passo, Paolo riconobbe l'inutilità dell'inseguimento senza tracce. Rientrò. Si precipitò al telefono. Non poté ottenere la comunicazione perché di laggiù nessuno rispondeva. Egli cercava di tenere in pugno la sua volontà e di non perdere la lucidezza; ma le più strane imaginazioni assalivano il suo cervello. Che mai poteva essere accaduto? Com'era ella capitata in mano delle due guardie? L'avevano trovata forse vaneggiante per la strada e avevano tentato di ricondurla? Ella stessa aveva dato l'indirizzo segreto? E perché le guardie con quell'insistenza e con quella brutalità pretendevano di entrare nella casa di Mrs. Culmer? O forse si trattava di una estorsione tentata da due sconosciuti che, per compierla, simulavano di essere due agenti di polizia? E dove dunque portavano la misera? Che facevano di lei?
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* E l'arte , per compiere la stramba novità di questo inusitato furore ideale , serviva come d'accompagnamento naturale : le iniziah incise , le tavole fuori testo , le testate a colori (cavalli in fuga ; else di spadoni ; spighe gonfie di chicchi ; giganti con la fionda e cavalieri con lancia in resta) eran come i fiori gettati in una seria festa o come fanfare di gioia in una mar-cia serrata di eroici volontari . (G .Papini - Un uomo finito)
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* Volevo essere veramente grande , epico , smisurato ; volevo compier qualcosa di gigantesco , d'inaudito , che cambiasse la faccia della terra e il cuore degli uomini . (G .Papini - Un uomo finito)
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* Vero è che alcuni di costoro , sciogliendosi in codesta indefinibile e ineffabile divinità , eran riusciti a compiere appunto quel eh' io volevo : i miracoli . (G .Papini - Un uomo finito)
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* Ma prima di arrivare a codesta fine voglio empire di fiato tutte le trombe dell'universo e voglio eseguire tutti i mandati e compiere tutte le mie vendette e lasciare scritte ed incise le mie parole e le mie volontà . (G .Papini - Un uomo finito)
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* Spero che lo faranno e che potranno compiere quel eh' io non potei e che mi passeranno addosso senza rimorsi . (G .Papini - Un uomo finito)
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acculturare
= verbo trans. far compiere un processo di acculturazione acculturarsi
= verbo rifl. adattarsi volontariamente o forzatamente a un processo di acculturazione .
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accuratezza
= attenzione scrupolosa nel compiere qualcosa
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acrobatica
= l'arte del compiere acrobazie
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adempiere
= verbo trans. compiere , eseguire appieno
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affare
= cosa da compiere
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affrettare
= verbo trans. compiere o far compiere qualcosa con maggiore sollecitudine
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alare
= verbo trans. tirare un cavo , una gomena compiere la manovra di alaggio .
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alpinismo
= lo sport e la tecnica dell'ascensione in montagna sci alpinismo , sport che consiste nel compiere escursioni con gli sci fuori delle piste e degli itinerari sciistici tracciati .
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ambasceria
= imbasceria , gruppo di persone inviate da uno stato presso un altro per compiere una missione diplomatica l'incarico di compiere una missione diplomatica
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annessionismo
= la politica di uno stato che tende a compiere annessioni .
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aprassia
= incapacità di compiere movimenti coordinati e finalizzati a uno scopo .
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armamentario
= l'insieme degli oggetti necessari per compiere un lavoro , un'attività attrezzatura
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assommare
= verbo trans. compiere , portare a termine
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astinenza
= l'astenersi dal compiere atti sessuali o dall'assumere determinati cibi o bevande , per ragioni mediche o come forma di rinuncia religiosa
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astrarre
= astraere , astraggere , verbo trans. compiere l'operazione mentale dell'astrazione
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australiana
= gara ciclistica di inseguimento su pista , in cui ciascun corridore parte da un punto diverso per compiere , nel minor tempo possibile , un dato numero di giri .
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axolotl
= larva di anfibio urodelo che , in certe condizioni , si riproduce senza compiere la metamorfosi .
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bandierina
= dim. di bandiera bandiera di piccole dimensioni usata generalmente per compiere segnalazioni nel gioco del calcio , ciascuna delle piccole bandiere che indicano i quattro angoli del campo
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battista
= che , colui che battezza il battista , per antonomasia , san giovanni battista , che secondo il racconto evangelico battezzò gesù cristoche , colui che apparteneva a una delle sette orientali praticanti il battesimo 3 che , colui che appartiene a una delle confessioni cristiane riformate che concepiscono il battesimo come atto di libera e cosciente adesione , da compiersi in età adulta
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borseggiare
= verbo trans. compiere un borseggio.
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cabotare
= verbo intr. compiere navigazione di cabotaggio.
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cabrare
= verbo intr. compiere la manovra della cabrata
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calcolatrice
= apparecchio meccanico, elettromeccanico o elettronico, da tasca o da tavolo, in grado di compiere operazioni aritmetiche e altre funzioni elementari o anche calcoli scientifici ed economici.
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canter
= nell'ippica, breve corsa di riscaldamento, a velocità ridotta, che si fa compiere ai cavalli prima della gara.
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causativo
= atto a causare, che è causa - verbo che esprime un'azione che il soggetto fa compiere ad altri, non compie esso stesso .
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cinquantino
= - pianta coltivata a sviluppo molto rapido, che dovrebbe compiersi in circa cinquanta giorni
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circumnavigare
= verbo trans. compiere una circumnavigazione
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compimento
= il compiere, eseguendo o terminando
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compire
= verbo trans. compiere, portare a termine
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compiuto
= part. pass. di compiere
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compulsione
= costrizione impulso irrefrenabile a compiere un atto la cui mancata realizzazione sarebbe vissuta dal soggetto con angoscia o con un forte sentimento di colpa.
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defaticarsi v . rifl . in atletica leggera - compiere il defaticamento .
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delegare
= verbo trans . autorizzare qualcuno a compiere un atto in propria vece
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diffida
= avviso col quale si ingiunge a qualcuno di astenersi da un dato comportamento o di compiere una data attività
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eseguire
= verbo trans . ) compiere - fare - realizzare
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espletare
= verbo trans . portare a termine - compiere
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esplicare
= verbo trans . svolgere - compiere - esercitare
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fata
= nella mitologia popolare , creatura favolosa dall'aspetto di donna molto bella , dotata di poteri magici che usa per compiere azioni benefiche
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giorno
= periodo di tempo impiegato dalla terra a compiere una rotazione intorno al proprio asse
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glaucomio
= mammifero roditore , con mantello bruno o grigio , dotato di membrane laterali che gli permettono di compiere brevi voli planati tra gli alberi
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impotente
= che non ha la forza per compiere una data azione
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in camera caritatis
= avv . detto di discorsi o atti compiuti o da compiere in segretezza , con discrezione .
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istigare
= verbo transitivo , stimolare , spingere , indurre , spec . a compiere azioni negative
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laborioso
= difficile a compiersi
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obiettore
= o obbiettore , chi obietta - obiettore , chi si rifiuta di compiere determinati atti per obiezione di coscienza .
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parziario
= obbligazione o di contratto in cui vi siano più contraenti , ciascuno dei quali può richiedere o essere tenuto a compiere una parte della prestazione globale <>
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percorrere
= verbo trans . compiere un determinato tragitto<>
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perpetrare
= verbo trans . compiere azioni disoneste<>
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planare
= verbo intr . compiere un volo discendente ma quasi orizzontale , sfruttando la sola forza di sostentamento delle superfici alari<>
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procura
= atto con cui una persona conferisce a un'altra il potere di rappresentarla , ossia di compiere atti giuridici in suo nome<>
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procuratore
= chi , sulla base di una procura , è autorizzato a rappresentare una persona o un altro soggetto giuridico e a compiere atti in sua vece<>
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progetto
= tutto ciò che ci si propone di compiere<>
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range
= cammino che una particella subatomica può compiere penetrando in una sostanza fino a quando la sua energia cinetica si riduce tanto da non produrre più effetti di ionizzazione
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raptus
= impulso improvviso e incontrollabile a compiere azioni violente
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ratifica
= nel diritto civile, atto con cui un soggetto approva un negozio giuridico concluso in nome suo da chi non era investito di poteri per compierlo o è andato oltre i poteri che gli erano stati conferiti
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respirare
= verbo intr. compiere il processo della respirazione
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ricompiere
= verbo trans. compiere di nuovo
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sabotare
= verbo transitivo compiere atti di sabotaggio ,
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sbrinare
= verbo transitivo compiere l'operazione di sbrinamento ,
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scacchiare
= verbo transitivo compiere l'operazione della scacchiatura .
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scongiurare
= verbo transitivo compiere esorcismi che , secondo una credenza ancora diffusa , servono a liberare pers ,
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scopinatrice
= nell'industria della seta , macchina per compiere meccanicamente la scopinatura .
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scorribandare
= verbo intransitivo compiere scorribande .
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sdoganare
= verbo transitivo compiere le operazioni doganali prescritte per importare merci estere\ ,
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sfacchinare
= verbo intransitivo compiere un lavoro faticoso , da facchino ,
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sincinesia
= disturbo motorio che consiste nell'impossibilità di compiere un gesto volontario senza effettuarne contemporaneamente un altro involontario ,
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sommatore
= circuito o dispositivo elettronico che effettua somme di tensioni , frequenze , correnti ecc . - in un calcolatore elettronico , circuito capace di compiere addizioni .
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spaccone
= chi si vanta di saper compiere , o di aver compiuto , cose straordinarie , incredibili ,
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stenditrice
= macchina usata nella lavorazione della canapa per compiere l'operazione della stenditura .
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strambare
= verbo intransitivo compiere una strambata , detto della randa e dell'imbarcazione .
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suffragazione
= il compiere suffragi per le anime dei defunti .
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suggestione
= processo psichico in virtù del quale un individuo accetta , senza compiere alcuna verifica razionale , un'idea , un'opinione , una scelta fatta da altri , o si identifica in una condizione altrui , senza aver patito imposizioni né aver consapevolezza dell'influenza che subisce ,
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team
= gruppo di persone organizzate per compiere insieme , con razionale distribuzione e integrazione di compiti , un'attività  sportiva , di studio , di lavoro
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ultrafiltrante
= aggettivo che è in grado di compiere un'ultrafiltrazione
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viraggio
= repentino cambiamento di colore di un indicatore che segnala il compiersi di una reazione
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volteggiare
= verbo intransitivo compiere , descrivere ampi giri nell'aria
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voto
= promessa solenne di compiere un determinato atto di culto
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Inglese
Vocabolario e frasi
(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "But I hope you will get over it, and live to see many young men of fourthousand a year come into the neighbourhood.<>
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Long does not come backtill the day before; so it will be impossible for her to introduce him,for she will not know him herself.<>
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He was the proudest, most disagreeable manin the world, and everybody hoped that he would never come there again.<>
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""Upon my word! Well, that is very decided indeed--that does seem asif--but, however, it may all come to nothing, you know.<>
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Long does not keep a carriage, and had come tothe ball in a hack chaise.<>
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The rain continued the whole evening without intermission;Jane certainly could not come back.<>
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Verynonsensical to come at all! Why must she be scampering about thecountry, because her sister had a cold? Her hair, so untidy, so blowsy!""Yes, and her petticoat; I hope you saw her petticoat, six inches deepin mud, I am absolutely certain; and the gown which had been let down tohide it not doing its office.<>
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"He seems to be a mostconscientious and polite young man, upon my word, and I doubt not willprove a valuable acquaintance, especially if Lady Catherine should be soindulgent as to let him come to us again.<>
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There is no knowing how estateswill go when once they come to be entailed.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) Mr. Denny and Mr. Wickham walked with the young ladies to the door ofMr. Phillip's house, and then made their bows, in spite of Miss Lydia'spressing entreaties that they should come in, and even in spite ofMrs.<>
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Phillips was always glad to see her nieces; and the two eldest,from their recent absence, were particularly welcome, and she waseagerly expressing her surprise at their sudden return home, which, astheir own carriage had not fetched them, she should have known nothingabout, if she had not happened to see Mr. Jones's shop-boy in thestreet, who had told her that they were not to send any more draughts toNetherfield because the Miss Bennets were come away, when her civilitywas claimed towards Mr. Collins by Jane's introduction of him.<>
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" Some of them were to dine with the Phillipsesthe next day, and their aunt promised to make her husband call on Mr.Wickham, and give him an invitation also, if the family from Longbournwould come in the evening.<>
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You must come and makeLizzy marry Mr. Collins, for she vows she will not have him, and if youdo not make haste he will change his mind and not have her.<>
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We now come to the point.<>
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But as no such delicacy restrained her mother,an hour seldom passed in which she did not talk of Bingley, express herimpatience for his arrival, or even require Jane to confess that if hedid not come back she would think herself very ill used.<>
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Will you come and see me?""We shall often meet, I hope, in Hertfordshire.<>
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She openedthe door and met Maria in the landing place, who, breathless withagitation, cried out--"Oh, my dear Eliza! pray make haste and come into the dining-room, forthere is such a sight to be seen! I will not tell you what it is.<>
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Makehaste, and come down this moment.<>
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Why does she not come in?""Oh, Charlotte says she hardly ever does.<>
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Mr. Darcy wouldnever have come so soon to wait upon me.<>
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Collins has no instrument, she is very welcome, as I have often toldher, to come to Rosings every day, and play on the pianoforte in Mrs.<>
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Indeed, Mr. Darcy, it is very ungenerous in you to mention allthat you knew to my disadvantage in Hertfordshire--and, give me leave tosay, very impolitic too--for it is provoking me to retaliate, and suchthings may come out as will shock your relations to hear.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) While settling this point, she was suddenly roused by the sound of thedoor-bell, and her spirits were a little fluttered by the idea of itsbeing Colonel Fitzwilliam himself, who had once before called late inthe evening, and might now come to inquire particularly after her.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) When they parted, Lady Catherine, with great condescension, wished thema good journey, and invited them to come to Hunsford again next year;and Miss de Bourgh exerted herself so far as to curtsey and hold out herhand to both.<>
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Forster and me are such friends!) and soshe asked the two Harringtons to come, but Harriet was ill, and so Penwas forced to come by herself; and then, what do you think we did? Wedressed up Chamberlayne in woman's clothes on purpose to pass for alady, only think what fun! Not a soul knew of it, but Colonel and Mrs.<>
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Bennet rejoiced to see Janein undiminished beauty; and more than once during dinner did Mr. Bennetsay voluntarily to Elizabeth:"I am glad you are come back, Lizzy.<>
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In the next room isa new instrument just come down for her--a present from my master; shecomes here to-morrow with him.<>
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Hercoming there was the most unfortunate, the most ill-judged thing in theworld! How strange it must appear to him! In what a disgraceful lightmight it not strike so vain a man! It might seem as if she had purposelythrown herself in his way again! Oh! why did she come? Or, why did hethus come a day before he was expected? Had they been only ten minutessooner, they should have been beyond the reach of his discrimination;for it was plain that he was that moment arrived--that moment alightedfrom his horse or his carriage.<>
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As soon as I get to town I shall go to my brother, and makehim come home with me to Gracechurch Street; and then we may consulttogether as to what is to be done.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) Mr. Gardiner left Longbourn on Sunday; on Tuesday his wife received aletter from him; it told them that, on his arrival, he had immediatelyfound out his brother, and persuaded him to come to Gracechurch Street;that Mr. Bennet had been to Epsom and Clapham, before his arrival,but without gaining any satisfactory information; and that he was nowdetermined to inquire at all the principal hotels in town, as Mr. Bennetthought it possible they might have gone to one of them, on their firstcoming to London, before they procured lodgings.<>
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Elizabeth hadreceived none since her return that could come from Pemberley.<>
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Hill, in great astonishment, "don't you knowthere is an express come for master from Mr. Gardiner? He has been herethis half-hour, and master has had a letter.<>
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His consenting tomarry her is a proof, I will believe, that he is come to a right way ofthinking.<>
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And as I come back, I can callon Lady Lucas and Mrs.<>
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To be sure, it would have been more for the advantageof conversation had Miss Lydia Bennet come upon the town; or, as thehappiest alternative, been secluded from the world, in some distantfarmhouse.<>
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Bennet, before you take any or all of these houses for your son anddaughter, let us come to a right understanding.<>
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You and papa, and my sisters, must come down and see us.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "Oh, yes!--he was to come there with Wickham, you know.<>
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But, however, he is very welcometo come to Netherfield, if he likes it.<>
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I will not spend my hoursin running after my neighbours every time they go away and come backagain.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "I began to be afraid you would never come back again.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "When you have killed all your own birds, Mr. Bingley," said her mother,"I beg you will come here, and shoot as many as you please on Mr.Bennet's manor.<>
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I have not forgot, you see; and I assureyou, I was very much disappointed that you did not come back and keepyour engagement.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "Why, if he came only to be silent, grave, and indifferent," said she,"did he come at all?"She could settle it in no way that gave her pleasure.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "He could be still amiable, still pleasing, to my uncle and aunt, whenhe was in town; and why not to me? If he fears me, why come hither? Ifhe no longer cares for me, why silent? Teasing, teasing, man! I willthink no more about him.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "If he does not come to me, then," said she, "I shall give him up forever.<>
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And on the gentlemen's approaching, one ofthe girls moved closer to her than ever, and said, in a whisper:"The men shan't come and part us, I am determined.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "Can you come to-morrow?"Yes, he had no engagement at all for to-morrow; and her invitation wasaccepted with alacrity.<>
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Here, Sarah, come to MissBennet this moment, and help her on with her gown.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "Oh! hang Kitty! what has she to do with it? Come be quick, be quick!Where is your sash, my dear?"But when her mother was gone, Jane would not be prevailed on to go downwithout one of her sisters.<>
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I was sure you could notbe so beautiful for nothing! I remember, as soon as ever I saw him, whenhe first came into Hertfordshire last year, I thought how likely it wasthat you should come together.<>
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Her motherimpatiently met her at the door of the dressing-room, to ask why LadyCatherine would not come in again and rest herself.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "If, therefore, an excuse for not keeping his promise should come to hisfriend within a few days," she added, "I shall know how to understandit.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "Lizzy," said he, "I was going to look for you; come into my room.<>
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Every thing was too recent forgaiety, but the evening passed tranquilly away; there was no longeranything material to be dreaded, and the comfort of ease and familiaritywould come in time.<>
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My good qualities are under your protection, and you areto exaggerate them as much as possible; and, in return, it belongs to meto find occasions for teasing and quarrelling with you as often as maybe; and I shall begin directly by asking you what made you so unwillingto come to the point at last.<>
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But tell me, what did you come down toNetherfield for? Was it merely to ride to Longbourn and be embarrassed?or had you intended any more serious consequence?""My real purpose was to see you, and to judge, if I could, whether Imight ever hope to make you love me.<>
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You are all to come to Pemberley at Christmas.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) Before any answer could arrive from Mr. Collins, or any congratulationsto Elizabeth from his wife, the Longbourn family heard that theCollinses were come themselves to Lucas Lodge.<>
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Wickhamfrequently invited her to come and stay with her, with the promise ofballs and young men, her father would never consent to her going.<>
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) Let that honourablePickwickian who cried "No" so loudly come forward and deny it, if hecould.<>
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Soles--ah!--capital fish--all come from London-stage-coach proprietorsget up political dinners--carriage of soles--dozens of baskets--cunningfellows.<>
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"John, John, don't you know me?"'"Don't let her come near me," said the man, with a shudder, as shestooped over him.<>
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He had raised himself up, so as to seat himself in bed--adreadful change had come over his face, but consciousness had returned,for he evidently knew me.<>
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Pray, come up,' said the stout gentleman.<>
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If you've come down for a country life, come to me, andI'll give you plenty of it.<>
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You had better lead him till we come to a turnpike,' replied Mr.Pickwick from the chaise.<>
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Do come and hold him.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'I--I--really believe,' whispered Mr. Winkle, as his friends gatheredround him, 'that they think we have come by this horse in some dishonestmanner.<>
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Make haste down, and come out.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Have you just come here, sir?' inquired Mr. Tupman, with a piercinglook.<>
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--'My dears, here's myfriend Mr. Jingle--Mr. Pickwick's friend, Mr. Jingle, come 'pon--littlevisit.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Yes, ma'am--damn that Joe!--treacherous dog, Joe--told the oldlady--old lady furious--wild--raving--arbour--Tupman--kissing andhugging--all that sort of thing--eh, ma'am--eh?Mr. Jingle,' said the spinster aunt, 'if you come here, Sir, to insultme--Not at all--by no means,' replied the unabashed Mr. Jingle--'overheardthe tale--came to warn you of your danger--tender my services--preventthe hubbub.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'When did this chaise come in?' cried old Wardle, leaping out of his ownvehicle, and pointing to one covered with wet mud, which was standing inthe yard.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'The licence,' repeated Mr. Jingle-- 'In hurry, post-haste for a licence, In hurry, ding dong I come back.<>
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Impossible--can't be--notice at the church--leave the licenceto-day--ceremony come off to-morrow.<>
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And you,' continued Mr.Wardle, turning abruptly round to his sister--'you, Rachael, at a timeof life when you ought to know better, what do you mean by running awaywith a vagabond, disgracing your family, and making yourself miserable?Get on your bonnet and come back.<>
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Reflecting on the absurdity of giving way to such feelings,however, he trimmed the light again, and read as follows:-- A MADMAN'S MANUSCRIPT'Yes!--a madman's! How that word would have struck to my heart, manyyears ago! How it would have roused the terror that used to come upon mesometimes, sending the blood hissing and tingling through my veins, tillthe cold dew of fear stood in large drops upon my skin, and my kneesknocked together with fright! I like it now though.<>
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What they are, I know not; but theyneither come from that pale form, nor does it regard them.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Can you come this evening?I'll get into the clothes this minute, if they're here,' said Sam, withgreat alacrity.<>
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You have come down here to see anelection--eh?' Mr. Pickwick replied in the affirmative.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'He has come out,' said little Mr. Perker, greatly excited; the more soas their position did not enable them to see what was going forward.<>
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For a moment it would die away, and the traveller would begin to deludehimself into the belief that, exhausted with its previous fury, it hadquietly laid itself down to rest, when, whoo! he could hear it growlingand whistling in the distance, and on it would come rushing over thehill-tops, and sweeping along the plain, gathering sound and strength asit drew nearer, until it dashed with a heavy gust against horse and man,driving the sharp rain into their ears, and its cold damp breath intotheir very bones; and past them it would scour, far, far away, with astunning roar, as if in ridicule of their weakness, and triumphant inthe consciousness of its own strength and power.<>
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"It won't do pushing on, such a night as this; thefirst house we come to we'll put up at, so the faster you go the soonerit's over.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Tom gazed at the chair; and, suddenly as he looked at it, a mostextraordinary change seemed to come over it.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Won't you come up here?Oh, pray don't mind him,' said Mrs.<>
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Tell Mr.Fitz-Marshall, my dear, to come up to me directly, to be scolded forcoming so late.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Sights, sir,' resumed Mr. Weller, 'as 'ud penetrate your benevolentheart, and come out on the other side.<>
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Whenthe family have retired to rest, we shall come out of the kitchen, andthe young lady out of her bedroom.<>
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How did you come in our garden?' faltered the housemaid.<>
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Once, and only once, he turned round to Mr.Wardle, and said--'How did you come here?Trundle and I came down here, for some good shooting on the first,'replied Wardle.<>
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Swear! Such trains of oaths would come rolling and pealing over the way,sometimes, when he was denouncing the idleness of the bony apprenticewith the thin legs, that Nathaniel Pipkin would shake in his shoeswith horror, and the hair of the pupils' heads would stand on end withfright.<>
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Upon whichNathaniel Pipkin determined, that, come what might, he would develop thestate of his feelings, without further delay.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) '"What do you want here?" roared Lobbs; "I suppose you have come aftermy daughter, now!"'Old Lobbs merely said this as a sneer: for he did not believe thatmortal presumption could have carried Nathaniel Pipkin so far.<>
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What washis indignation, when that poor man replied--'"Yes, I did, Mr. Lobbs, Idid come after your daughter.<>
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How dare you address me, as dear Sir, Sir?How dare you look me in the face and do it, sir?Well, Sir, if you come to that,' responded Mr. Winkle, 'how dare youlook me in the face, and call me a serpent, sir?Because you are one,' replied Mr. Pott.<>
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But you will come back?' said Mrs.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'If I ever do come back, and mix myself up with these peopleagain,'thought Mr. Winkle, as he wended his way to the Peacock, 'I shalldeserve to be horsewhipped myself--that's all.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'You mustn't handle your piece in that 'ere way, when you come to havethe charge in it, Sir,' said the tall gamekeeper gruffly; 'or I'm damnedif you won't make cold meat of some on us.<>
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Give mycompliments--Mr. Veller's compliments--to the justice, and tell him I'vespiled his beadle, and that, if he'll swear in a new 'un, I'll come backagain to-morrow and spile him.<>
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Do what he would, a smile would come into Mr. Pickwick's face; the smileextended into a laugh; the laugh into a roar; the roar became general.<>
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"You are," saidFogg; "get out, sir; get out of this office, Sir, and come back, Sir,when you know how to behave yourself.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Just come in, Sir,' replied Jackson.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'You had better come up a step or two higher, if you can't,' added Mr.Fogg.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'You just come away,' said Mr. Weller.<>
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I worked down the weryday arter the night as you caught the rheumatic, and at the Black Boy atChelmsford--the wery place they'd come to--I took 'em up, right throughto Ipswich, where the man-servant--him in the mulberries--told me theywas a-goin' to put up for a long time.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'I beg your pardon, Sir,' said Mr. Pickwick, 'and I am very sorryto disturb the other gentlemen, too, but I come on very particularbusiness; and if you will suffer me to detain you at this end of theroom for five minutes, I shall be very much obliged to you.<>
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You're come outof the country, I suppose.<>
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The hard realities of theworld, with many of its worst privations--hunger and thirst, and coldand want--had all come home to him, from the first dawnings of reason;and though the form of childhood was there, its light heart, its merrylaugh, and sparkling eyes were wanting.<>
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The solemn protestations of the hostler being wholly unavailing, theleather hat-box was obliged to be raked up from the lowest depth of theboot, to satisfy him that it had been safely packed; and after he hadbeen assured on this head, he felt a solemn presentiment, first, thatthe red bag was mislaid, and next that the striped bag had been stolen,and then that the brown-paper parcel 'had come untied.<>
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Why, then, he-he-he!' said Mr. Peter Magnus, with a bashful titter,'what should you think, Mr. Pickwick, if I had come down here to make aproposal, Sir, eh? He, he, he!Think! That you are very likely to succeed,' replied Mr. Pickwick, withone of his beaming smiles.<>
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No!No; wouldn't do, you know, after having just come off a journey.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'I beg your pardon, Mr. Pickwick,' said Mr. Peter Magnus, 'but I amnaturally rather curious; what may you have come down here for?On a far less pleasant errand, Sir,' replied Mr. Pickwick, the colourmounting to his face at the recollection.<>
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I have come down here, Sir,to expose the treachery and falsehood of an individual, upon whose truthand honour I placed implicit reliance.<>
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The person, whoever it was, had come in so suddenly and with so littlenoise, that Mr. Pickwick had had no time to call out, or oppose theirentrance.<>
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Who could it be? A robber? Some evil-minded person who hadseen him come upstairs with a handsome watch in his hand, perhaps.<>
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By the self-possession ofthat lady, it is clear to me that I must have come into the wrongroom.<>
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That's the wery prudentest resolution as you could come to, Sir,'replied Mr. Weller.<>
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I always thought, up to three daysago, that the names of Veller and gammon could never come into contract,Sammy, never.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) Now, taking this, as an isolated fact, unaccompanied by any attendantcircumstances, there was nothing very extraordinary in it; because inmany parts of the world men do come out of gardens, close greengates after them, and even walk briskly away, without attracting anyparticular share of public observation.<>
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I should then, Sir,' continued Mr. Pickwick, growing warmer as thesubject presented itself in more glowing colours before him--'I shouldthen, Sir, come to the plain and simple question, "Will you have me?" Ithink I am justified in assuming that upon this, she would turn away herhead.<>
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We merely record thefact that Mr. Pickwick opened the room door, and abruptly called out,'Tupman, come here!'Mr. Tupman immediately presented himself, with a look of veryconsiderable surprise.<>
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This lady, Mr. Jinks, has come here, to giveinformation of an intended duel in this town.<>
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These are two cut-throats fromLondon, who have come down here to destroy his Majesty's population,thinking that at this distance from the capital, the arm of the lawis weak and paralysed.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'I will come to the point at once, sir,' said Mr. Pickwick; 'it affectsyourself and your credit materially.<>
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If it appeared that hehad spoken truly, the captain could be turned out of the house withoutnoising the matter abroad, and they could easily account to thePorkenhams for his disappearance, by saying that he had been appointed,through the Court influence of his family, to the governor-generalshipof Sierra Leone, of Saugur Point, or any other of those salubriousclimates which enchant Europeans so much, that when they once get there,they can hardly ever prevail upon themselves to come back again.<>
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How are you? Where have you been? Come in.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Perhaps he'd better come in here,' said Mrs.<>
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Bardell thus--'Wery sorry to 'casion any personal inconwenience, ma'am, as thehousebreaker said to the old lady when he put her on the fire; but as meand my governor 's only jest come to town, and is jest going away agin,it can't be helped, you see.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'So all I've come about, is jest this here,' said Sam, disregardingthe interruption; 'first, to give my governor's notice--there it is.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Ven is it expected to come on?' inquired Sam.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Oh, you've come back, have you!' said Mrs.Weller.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'No, my dear, he hasn't,' replied Mr. Weller, lighting the pipe by theingenious process of holding to the bowl thereof, between the tongs, ared-hot coal from the adjacent fire; and what's more, my dear, I shallmanage to surwive it, if he don't come back at all.<>
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A distant response is heardfrom the yard, and Mr. Pickwick and Mr. Tupman come running down it,quite out of breath, for they have been having a glass of ale a-piece,and Mr. Pickwick's fingers are so cold that he has been full fiveminutes before he could find the sixpence to pay for it.<>
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In two minutes thereafter, Mr. Pickwick wasjoking with the young ladies who wouldn't come over the stile while helooked--or who, having pretty feet and unexceptionable ankles, preferredstanding on the top rail for five minutes or so, declaring that theywere too frightened to move--with as much ease and absence of reserveor constraint, as if he had known them for life.<>
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I have come down expressly to have a long talk,and another rubber with you; and we'll show these boys and girls how todance a minuet, before they're eight-and-forty hours older.<>
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The female servants andfemale visitors were running constantly to and fro; and there were suchmultitudinous demands for hot water, such repeated outcries for needlesand thread, and so many half-suppressed entreaties of 'Oh, do come andtie me, there's a dear!' that Mr. Pickwick in his innocence began toimagine that something dreadful must have occurred--when he grew moreawake, and remembered the wedding.<>
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There warn't a pickpocket in all Londonas didn't take a pull at that chain, but the chain 'ud never break, andthe watch 'ud never come out, so they soon got tired of dragging such aheavy old gen'l'm'n along the pavement, and he'd go home and laugh tillthe pigtail wibrated like the penderlum of a Dutch clock.<>
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And wen he come straight agin,the watch and chain was gone, and what's worse than that, the oldgen'l'm'n's digestion was all wrong ever afterwards, to the wery lastday of his life; so just you look about you, young feller, and take careyou don't get too fat.<>
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The first goblin was a most astonishing leaper,and none of the others could come near him; even in the extremity of histerror the sexton could not help observing, that while his friends werecontent to leap over the common-sized gravestones, the first one tookthe family vaults, iron railings and all, with as much ease as if theyhad been so many street-posts.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Have you come far this morning, gentlemen?' inquired Mr. Pickwick.<>
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Here; I'll keepyou company; come along!' And away went the good-tempered old fellowdown the slide, with a rapidity which came very close upon Mr. Weller,and beat the fat boy all to nothing.<>
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Death,self-interest, and fortune's changes, are every day breaking up many ahappy group, and scattering them far and wide; and the boys and girlsnever come back again.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'I wish you'd come and see me,' said Bob Sawyer.<>
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I've come on business.<>
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It'll come on, in thesettens after Term: fourteenth of Febooary, we expect; we've marked it aspecial jury cause, and it's only ten down the paper.<>
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And it's uncommon handsome o' Dodson and Fogg, as knows so little ofme, to come down vith a present,' said Sam.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'This action, Sam,' said Mr. Pickwick, 'is expected to come on, on thefourteenth of next month.<>
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Didn't come back next day; didn't come back next week; missis hadbills printed, sayin' that, if he'd come back, he should be forgiveneverythin' (which was very liberal, seein' that he hadn't done nothin'at all); the canals was dragged, and for two months arterwards, wenevera body turned up, it was carried, as a reg'lar thing, straight off tothe sassage shop.<>
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"Well, ma'am," says he, "then I've just looked in to say that me andmy family ain't a-goin' to be choked for nothin'; and more than that,ma'am," he says, "you'll allow me to observe that as you don't use theprimest parts of the meat in the manafacter o' sassages, I'd think you'dfind beef come nearly as cheap as buttons.<>
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He's certain not to be back this week,and it's a chance whether he will be next; for when Perker once gets outof town, he's never in a hurry to come back again.<>
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His affairs haven't been in Chancery quite four yearsyet, and I'm d--d if he don't come worrying here twice a week.<>
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Conscious as I am, sir, of the disadvantage of making such a declarationto you, under such circumstances, I have come here, because I wish youdistinctly to understand, as my friend Mr. Perker has said, that I aminnocent of the falsehood laid to my charge; and although I am very wellaware of the inestimable value of your assistance, Sir, I must beg toadd, that unless you sincerely believe this, I would rather be deprivedof the aid of your talents than have the advantage of them.<>
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A house in Lant Street would not come within the denomination of afirst-rate residence, in the strict acceptation of the term; but it isa most desirable spot nevertheless.<>
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Mr. Bob Sawyer looked expressively at his friend, and badethe tapper come in; whereupon a dirty, slipshod girl in black cottonstockings, who might have passed for the neglected daughter of asuperannuated dustman in very reduced circumstances, thrust in her head,and said--'Please, Mister Sawyer, Missis Raddle wants to speak to you.<>
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Raddlesobbed) to allow his wife to be treated in this way by a parcel of youngcutters and carvers of live people's bodies, that disgraces the lodgings(another sob), and leaving her exposed to all manner of abuse; a base,faint-hearted, timorous wretch, that's afraid to come upstairs, andface the ruffinly creatures--that's afraid--that's afraid to come!' Mrs.<>
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Come up, Jack; come up.<>
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The belligerents ventedtheir feelings of mutual contempt, for some time, in a variety offrownings and snortings, until at last the scorbutic youth felt itnecessary to come to a more explicit understanding on the matter;when the following clear understanding took place.<>
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Going! what did they ever come for?My dear ma'am,' remonstrated Mr. Pickwick, looking up.<>
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He told me yesterday mornin' to come to the George and Wultur thisarternoon, and ask for Sam.<>
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Well, young brockiley sprout, wot then?Why then,' said the boy, 'you was to come to him at six o'clock to our'ouse, 'cos he wants to see you--Blue Boar, Leaden'all Markit.<>
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Two friends o' mine, as worksthe Oxford Road, and is up to all kinds o' games, has got thedeputy-shepherd safe in tow, Sammy; and ven he does come to the EbenezerJunction (vich he's sure to do: for they'll see him to the door, andshove him in, if necessary), he'll be as far gone in rum-and-water, asever he wos at the Markis o' Granby, Dorkin', and that's not sayin'a little neither.<>
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Brother Tadger, let him come forth and greet us.<>
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The old gentleman's countenance wore a mournfulexpression, as he shook his head gravely, and said, in warning accents--'I know'd what 'ud come o' this here mode o' doin' bisness.<>
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I am wery much afeered,' muttered Sam to himself, as he turned away,'that somethin' queer's come over the governor, or he'd never ha' stoodthis so quiet.<>
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I haven't created any wery surprisin' sensation here, as yet,' rejoinedSam, 'for me and the other fash'nables only come last night.<>
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To this, the other king (who was the weaker of the two) replied that hewas very much obliged to his friend and brother for all his goodnessand magnanimity, and that his daughter was quite ready to be married,whenever Prince Bladud liked to come and fetch her.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) '"Why," replied the peasant, "the foreign lady that our prince wishedto wed, is married to a foreign noble of her own country, and the kingproclaims the fact, and a great public festival besides; for now, ofcourse, Prince Bladud will come back and marry the lady his fatherchose, who they say is as beautiful as the noonday sun.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Watchman,' shouted Dowler furiously, 'stop him--hold him--keep himtight--shut him in, till I come down.<>
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It's a wery strangething now, where this here letter can ha' come from.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'You'll see some very handsome uniforms, Mr. Weller,' continued Mr. JohnSmauker; 'and perhaps you'll find some of the gentlemen rather high atfirst, you know, but they'll soon come round.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) The man in blue being a light-haired, stiff-necked, free and easy sortof footman, with a swaggering air and pert face, had attracted Mr.Weller's special attention at first, but when he began to come outin this way, Sam felt more than ever disposed to cultivate hisacquaintance; so he launched himself into the conversation at once, withcharacteristic independence.<>
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'And s'posehe won't come back, Sir?' said Sam.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'You'll tell him,' said Mr. Pickwick, 'that if he does not come back tothis very house, with you, he will come back with me, for I will comeand fetch him.<>
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Butcome in, come in!' Chattering in this way, Mr. Bob Sawyer pushed Mr.Winkle into the back room, where, amusing himself by boring littlecircular caverns in the chimney-piece with a red-hot poker, sat no lessa person than Mr. Benjamin Allen.<>
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The water in the professionalpipkin having been made to boil, in course of time, by various littleshovelfuls of coal, which Mr. Bob Sawyer took out of a practicablewindow-seat, labelled 'Soda Water,' Mr. Winkle adulterated his brandy;and the conversation was becoming general, when it was interruptedby the entrance into the shop of a boy, in a sober gray livery and agold-laced hat, with a small covered basket under his arm, whom Mr. BobSawyer immediately hailed with, 'Tom, you vagabond, come here.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) The mirth of Mr. Bob Sawyer was rapidly ripening into the furious, Mr.Ben Allen was fast relapsing into the sentimental, and the punch hadwell-nigh disappeared altogether, when the boy hastily running in,announced that a young woman had just come over, to say that Sawyer lateNockemorf was wanted directly, a couple of streets off.<>
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If I find it necessary tocarry you away, pick-a-back, o' course I shall leave it the least bito' time possible afore you; but allow me to express a hope as youwon't reduce me to extremities; in saying wich, I merely quote wot thenobleman said to the fractious pennywinkle, ven he vouldn't come outof his shell by means of a pin, and he conseqvently began to be afeeredthat he should be obliged to crack him in the parlour door.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'I thought it better to come myself,' said Mr. Pickwick, addressing Mr.Winkle, as Sam disencumbered him of his great-coat and travelling-shawl,'to ascertain, before I gave my consent to Sam's employment in thismatter, that you are quite in earnest and serious, with respect to thisyoung lady.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Why, how did you come here?' said Mary, when the conversation to whichthis interruption had been offered, was resumed.<>
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Having been admitted into the garden by Mary, and havingreceived from that lady sundry admonitions concerning the safety of hislimbs and neck, Sam mounted into the pear-tree, to wait until Arabellashould come into sight.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Then come along, Sir,' said Sam, setting his master on his feet again.<>
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I suppose you'll come over to my house.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) Mr. Pickwick, feeling not a little disgusted with this dialogue, as wellas with the air and manner of the two beings by whom it had been carriedon, was about to inquire whether he could not be accommodated with aprivate sitting-room, when two or three strangers of genteel appearanceentered, at sight of whom the boy threw his cigar into the fire, andwhispering to Mr. Price that they had come to 'make it all right' forhim, joined them at a table in the farther end of the room.<>
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Namby is come home by this time, I dare say.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'If you'll come with me, I'll show it you at once,' said the man.<>
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Just that, Sir,' replied Sam, 'and in course o' time he come here inconsekens.<>
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Atlast he began to get so precious jolly, that he used to forget how thetime vent, or care nothin' at all about it, and he went on gettin'later and later, till vun night his old friend wos just a-shuttin' thegate--had turned the key in fact--wen he come up.<>
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"Wot, ain't you come home yet, Tventy?" says the turnkey, "Ithought you wos in, long ago.<>
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Having satisfiedhimself, by mathematical calculation, that the apartment was about equalin annual value to the freehold of a small street in the suburbs ofLondon, he took to wondering what possible temptation could have induceda dingy-looking fly that was crawling over his pantaloons, to come intoa close prison, when he had the choice of so many airy situations--acourse of meditation which led him to the irresistible conclusionthat the insect was insane.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'You know where the coffee-room is,' said Smangle; 'just run down,and tell that gentleman you've come to help him up with the jug.<>
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Then knock him downstairs, and tell him notto presume to get up till I come and kick him,' rejoined Mr. Mivins;with this prompt advice that excellent gentleman again betook himself toslumber.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'I have come here in consequence of receiving this bit of paper,'rejoined Mr. Pickwick.<>
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Lord! why didn't yousay at first that you was willing to come down handsome?'The matter was soon arranged, as the turnkey had foretold.<>
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Now, pray, consider this room your own when youwant quiet, or when any of your friends come to see you.<>
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There was a lean andhaggard woman, too--a prisoner's wife--who was watering, with greatsolicitude, the wretched stump of a dried-up, withered plant, which, itwas plain to see, could never send forth a green leaf again--too true anemblem, perhaps, of the office she had come there to discharge.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Have you seen Mr. Tupman and our other friends?Yes, I HAVE seen 'em, sir, and they're a-comin' to-morrow, and wos werymuch surprised to hear they warn't to come to-day,' replied Sam.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'You're quite right, Sam,' said Mr. Pickwick; 'but old men may come herethrough their own heedlessness and unsuspicion, and young men may bebrought here by the selfishness of those they serve.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) Now, the place where this discourse occurred was the public-house justopposite to the Insolvent Court; and the person with whom it was heldwas no other than the elder Mr. Weller, who had come there, to comfortand console a friend, whose petition to be discharged under the act,was to be that day heard, and whose attorney he was at that momentconsulting.<>
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I told my clerkto come over and tell us when there was a chance.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'You're a dutiful and affectionate little boy, you are, ain't you,' saidMr. Weller, 'to come a-bonnetin' your father in his old age?How should I know who you wos?' responded the son.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'He goes in rayther raw, Sammy,' said Mr. Weller metaphorically, 'andhe'll come out, done so ex-ceedin' brown, that his most formiliarfriends won't know him.<>
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I appealed; the case come on beforethree or four very sleepy gentlemen, who had heard it all before in theother court, where they're lawyers without work; the only differencebeing, that, there, they're called doctors, and in the other placedelegates, if you understand that; and they very dutifully confirmed thedecision of the old gentleman below.<>
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Hear him come the four cats inthe wheel-barrow--four distinct cats, sir, I pledge you my honour.<>
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What can that youngman be going to do?'He had sat ruminating about the matter for some time, when the voice ofRoker, the turnkey, demanded whether he might come in.<>
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Wot's the matter? Who wants him? Hasan express come to say that his country house is afire?Somebody wants you in the hall,' said a man who was standing by.<>
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Now, then, wot have yougot to say?Who do you think's come here with me, Samivel?' said Mr. Weller,drawing back a pace or two, pursing up his mouth, and extending hiseyebrows.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'They've come to have a little serious talk with you, Samivel,' saidMr. Weller, wiping his eyes.<>
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Well, if that's wot it is,' said Sam, 'you'd better not try to come itagin.<>
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(the old gentleman was seated in a corner);'Weller! Come forth.<>
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Bardell's dead, or Mr.Dodson and Fogg's hung (wich last ewent I think is the most likely tohappen first, Sammy), and then let him come back and write a book aboutthe 'Merrikins as'll pay all his expenses and more, if he blows 'em upenough.<>
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More than that, Mr. Weller; my master beingvery ill, he got us a room--we were in a kennel before--and paid forit, Sir; and come to look at us, at night, when nobody should know.<>
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But after the cabriolet had dashed up, in splendid style, to thehouse with the yellow door, 'making,' as one of the vixenish ladiestriumphantly said, 'acterrally more noise than if one had come in one'sown carriage,' and after the driver had dismounted to assist the ladiesin getting out, the small round head of Master Thomas Bardell was thrustout of the one-pair window of a house with a red door, a few numbersoff.<>
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Bardell announcedto him with a solemn face that he might come in now, but that he must bevery careful how he behaved towards his wife.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Oh, ask your friend to come here, Sir,' said Mrs.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Now, Lowten,' said little Mr. Perker, shutting the door,'what's thematter? No important letter come in a parcel, is there?No, Sir,' replied Lowten.<>
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I have come here on purpose.<>
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Why, mydear girl,' said Mr. Pickwick, 'how has all this come about? Come! Sitdown, and let me hear it all.<>
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Didshe come back?No, she did not; she wrote,' replied the old lady.<>
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Now depitty sawbones, bring out thewollatilly!'The latter observation was addressed to the boy in gray, who, havinghanded over the fly to the care of the street-keeper, had come back tosee what all the noise was about.<>
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Indeed, when I come to think of the matter,gentlemen, I feel pretty sure she wouldn't, for she died when my unclewas two years and seven months old, and I think it's very likely that,even without the gravel, his top-boots would have puzzled the good ladynot a little; to say nothing of his jolly red face.<>
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This roused my uncle more and more, and he resolved, come whatmight, to see the end of it.<>
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" '"Well then, my dear, I'm afraidhe'll never come to the title," said my uncle, looking coolly at theyoung gentleman as he stood fixed up against the wall, in the cockchaferfashion that I have described.<>
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Why, we have only come nineteen miles, andhave eighty-seven and a half to go.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Very sorry to leave you standing at the door, Sir,' said the girl,lighting a lamp, and addressing Mr. Pickwick with a winning smile, 'butyou was quite strangers to me; and we have such a many trampers thatonly come to see what they can lay their hands on, that really--There is not the least occasion for any apology, my dear,' said Mr.Pickwick good-humouredly.<>
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"She smiled at this, Samivel,' said the old gentleman, stifling a sighwith his pipe, 'but she died arter all!Vell,' said Sam, venturing to offer a little homely consolation, afterthe lapse of three or four minutes, consumed by the old gentleman inslowly shaking his head from side to side, and solemnly smoking, 'vell,gov'nor, ve must all come to it, one day or another.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'How it ever come to that 'ere pass,' resumed the parent Weller, 'Ican't say.<>
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With these words, Mr. Weller refilled and relighted his pipe, and oncemore summoning up a meditative expression of countenance, continued asfollows--'Therefore, my boy, as I do not see the adwisability o' stoppin hereto be married vether I vant to or not, and as at the same time I donot vish to separate myself from them interestin' members o' societyaltogether, I have come to the determination o' driving the Safety,and puttin' up vunce more at the Bell Savage, vich is my nat'ral bornelement, Sammy.<>
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The rest will be inwested in my name,' continued the elder Mr. Weller;'and wen I'm took off the road, it'll come to you, so take care youdon't spend it all at vunst, my boy, and mind that no widder gets ainklin' o' your fortun', or you're done.<>
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As Mr. Pickwick was further prompted to betake himself to Gray's InnSquare by an anxious desire to come to a pecuniary settlement with thekind-hearted little attorney without further delay, he made a hurriedbreakfast, and executed his intention so speedily, that ten o'clock hadnot struck when he reached Gray's Inn.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'I've come along, rather, I can tell you,' replied Lowten.<>
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I've got myoffice coat on, and my pad out, and let him come as soon as he likes.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Do you think he will come round?' inquired Mr. Pickwick.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Where do you come from?' inquired the clerk.<>
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You have not come up to London, of all places in the world, to tell usthat, my dear Sir, have you?' inquired Perker.<>
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I say?Well?Are you going to come here regular?No,' rejoined Mary, shaking her head, 'I'm going away again to-night.<>
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Why?Oh,' said the fat boy, in a tone of strong feeling; 'how we should haveenjoyed ourselves at meals, if you had been!I might come here sometimes, perhaps, to see you,' said Mary, plaitingthe table-cloth in assumed coyness, 'if you would do me a favour.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Let the ladies know we have come in.<>
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Devoutly and ardently did Mr. Snodgrass wish that the ladies couldknow he had come in.<>
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Don't come nearhim; he's vicious; ring the bell, and let him be taken downstairs.<>
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You'd better getyour out o' door clothes on, and come to town about this bisness, thanstand a-preachin' there about wot you don't understand nothin' on.<>
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Idon't say it to flatter you, gentlemen, but there are not five other menin the world, that I'd have come out of that court for, to-day.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Sammy is a leg-at-ease,' replied Mr. Weller; 'these other gen'l'm'n isfriends o' mine, just come to see fair; a kind of umpires.<>
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If you have any opportunity ofrecommending me to any of your friends, gentlemen, I shall be very muchobliged to you, and so will they too, when they come to know me.<>
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Oh, just come in, will you?' said Mr. Flasher.<>
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He has only just come home.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Tell them they can come up at once, by all means,' said Mr. Pickwick.<>
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For vich reasons,' continued Sam, plucking nervously at the brim of hishat--'for vich reasons, he's drawn it out to-day, and come here vith meto say, leastvays to offer, or in other vords--To say this here,' said the elder Mr. Weller impatiently, 'that itain't o' no use to me.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Perhaps not,' replied Mr. Pickwick; 'but as I have no intention oftrying any such experiments, I am not likely to come to want.<>
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Vell,' said Mr. Weller, 'this here's a pretty sort o' thing to come toa father's ears, this is!I have observed them on several occasions,' said Mr. Pickwick, makingno comment on Mr. Weller's last remark; 'and entertain no doubt at allabout it.<>
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If you vant a more polished sort o' feller,vell and good, have him; but vages or no vages, notice or no notice,board or no board, lodgin' or no lodgin', Sam Veller, as you tookfrom the old inn in the Borough, sticks by you, come what may; and letev'rythin' and ev'rybody do their wery fiercest, nothin' shall everperwent it!'At the close of this declaration, which Sam made with great emotion, theelder Mr. Weller rose from his chair, and, forgetting all considerationsof time, place, or propriety, waved his hat above his head, and gavethree vehement cheers.<>
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I mean that I thought and thought about how a man might come tobe like that, until I realized that I really was like that, ineverything except actual final consent to the action.<>
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It will come as a shock to the readers of the best scientificromance to learn that it was the policeman who was talking and theamateur who was listening, even with a certain respect.<>
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I often come into houses that way.<>
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(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "Whoever he is," said Bagshaw, "I must trouble him to come with me andanswer a few questions.<>
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Hismaster had gone to a great dinner of all the leaders of the legalprofession, but had left it abruptly and come home.<>
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Then we come to the true motives: of these, someare less rational in the sense of being merely romantic andretrospective.<>
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You aren't afraid of it, are you?"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "Well," said Mr. Smith, blinking thoughtfully, "I don't want to beselfish, and I don't think I'm afraid-I'll come with you if you put itthat way.<>
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May I come in and see where ithappened?"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) When she returned to the room with the visitor, however, other membersof the family had assembled, and those of a less psychic habit hadthought it convenient to light the lamps.<>
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I was up at the Pulmans' place just now, when I was rung up andasked to come round here to meet a man who is coming to communicatesomething that may be of some moment to you.<>
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I am a detective, and I have come downto investigate an alleged renewal of the activities of the criminalcalling himself Michael Moonshine.<>
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"I know he didn't come here, or to the great house, to steal jewels, orget shot getting away with them.<>
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It was rather as if somecurious animal had come out of his hat, as out of the hat of a conjurer.<>
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Then I had a belatedgleam of sense when I saw the beard and goggles and remembered the thiefhad come in another beard with other goggles.<>
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(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) From Mr. Harry Hartopp, the very rich but very shy and silent younggentleman who had recently come down from London, he had at lastextorted the information that the embarrassed youth in question was notinterested in fishing, and had then added: "Talking about fishing, haveyou seen my goldfish?"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) The peculiar thing about the goldfish was that they were made of gold.<>
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"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "It's extraordinary how he leaves things about," said Mr. Smart's headclerk, Jameson, who had come up from the office to assist the newsecretary, "and he won't even put up those ramshackle old bars acrosshis ramshackle old door.<>
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(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) That afternoon, one stranger had indeed broken into themagic circle: a hatchet-faced fellow with fierce tufts of eyebrows andmoustache, and so shabbily dressed that he must have been a millionaireor a duke if he had really (as was alleged) come down to do businesswith the old collector.<>
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The soldiertold the man, of that he could not come inside; and the man answered,smiling: course, 'What is inside and what is outside?' The soldier wasstill staring scornfully through the iron grating when he graduallyrealized that, though neither he nor the gate had moved, he was actuallystanding in the street and looking in at the barrack yard, where thebeggar stood still and smiling and equally motionless.<>
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(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) Over the land and over the seaMy flying fishes will come to me,For the note is not of the world that wakes them,But in----He struggled to his feet and saw that his fellow-guardian was alreadyout of bed; Jameson was peering out of the long window on to the balconyand calling out sharply to someone in the street below.<>
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"Andthey will come to me.<>
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Peregrine Smart himself had come back from Londonthe next morning to hear the news of his loss.<>
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Now,if the visitor were the Count or the doctor in the houses opposite, hemight possibly, of course, have come across the common.<>
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If thething in the foreground got into the middle distance, we should probablythink it had come from the remote distance.<>
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Just come outside the houseagain for a moment.<>
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(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "The Count and the Asiatic atmosphere all come in, because, in a caselike this, everything depends on the preparation of the mind.<>
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Isuppose it never occurred to you to consider what he saw when he lookedup at that balcony?"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) Boyle was staring at the balcony and did not answer, and the otheradded:"You thought it very wild and wonderful that an Arab should come throughcivilized England with bare feet.<>
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(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "Hasn't she come out yet?" he demanded, speaking to his wife's business-like attendant rather than to his wife.<>
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"If youdo that, she'll raise the roof and refuse to stay in the place; if youleave her alone-she'll probably come out from mere curiosity.<>
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Wecan't come to-night, and we don't want to.<>
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"Perhaps your ladyship would come this way.<>
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"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "Talking about my Italian friend," observed the priest, "I should ratherlike to know whether she has come to her senses.<>
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(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "No; she ain't come out yet," said the woman in her sullen way; "and sheain't dead, for I heard her moving about now and then.<>
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"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "Do you mean," asked the other in a lowered voice, "that she's lying andthe Italian did come out?"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "No," said the priest calmly; "I think I meant it more or less as adetached study of character.<>
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He also wore large, flat slippers, whichwas doubtless why he had come so close to the others without beingheard.<>
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"Ifyou will come with me, I think I can give you his address and --and tellyou something rather special about him.<>
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Now I come to the curious part of the story.<>
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That was why the younger man had come down rather covertlyto that district.<>
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Here we have Vaudrey, with some ugly story inhis past--a mysterious stranger come to haunt him, and getting whateverhe wants out of him.<>
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The priest said to him, in avery low voice:"Don't let the lady come down here.<>
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Can't you get rid of her? Ask her totelephone or something; and then come back here again.<>
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"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "He didn't come here at all," said Father Brown.<>
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But you saw Vaudrey come out, and it isn't very probable that hestood in the outer shop while the butcher said: 'Good morning.<>
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It took but an instant for him to pick up therazor and cut the throat and come back to the counter.<>
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"How strange!"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) VI THE WORST CRIME IN THE WORLDFATHER BROWN was wandering through a picture gallery with an expressionthat suggested that he had not come there to look at the pictures.<>
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"I'm awfully sorry, Mr. Granby, but I find Ican't come north with you to-morrow.<>
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"I think it's very decent of him to see us at all: twototal strangers come to ask him highly personal questions.<>
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From father to son our heritagehas come down, and from father to son it shall continue.<>
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"Possibly hismysterious sin has come to light.<>
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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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Yet, if thebaronet came back while we were waiting, he must have come in as we camein--by jumping the moat--for the bridge wasn't lowered till later.<>
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Of course, youunderstand now why he was so very polite about getting you to come upnext day here by car.<>
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James Hardcastle had come outof the tent again, and in his grim face and glaring monocle, surprisewas even more vividly depicted.<>
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(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "All the same," muttered the sceptical Thomas, as he brought up therear, "I should very much like to know what the brown beast did comehere for, if he didn't come to tell fortunes.<>
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"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) As he spoke, the Master of the Mountain seemed to come to life like acataleptic, and moved gravely round another quarter segment of thecircle, and took up his position outside their own row of arches,standing with his back to them and looking now towards the idol's back.<>
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I wish you'd come inside and see whatyou think.<>
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If anybody had come into my tent, I'd have had to look up Bumps in anencyclopaedia.<>
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By Lady Mounteagle's testimony, he not only went about showing upfortune-tellers and such like, but he had actually come down speciallyto confront this one.<>
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Oh, yes, he did come downspecially because the Master was here.<>
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(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) A moment after, the dark dome cracked across with thunder, and thestatue seemed to come to life.<>
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"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "If he is," replied the general, "I don't see why you should come to meabout it.<>
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"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) As they turned, a voice fell on them like a stone from the top of thestone stair, a voice that might have come out of an open grave.<>
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And then it was cloven by a high voice, vibrant andwith a touch of offence, almost surprising for those who do notunderstand the sensitive American spirit, and how near, in spite ofcommonplace contrasts, it can sometimes come to the chivalry of Spain.<>
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* I could come and came
= Potevo venire e venni
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he could come but he will not
= egli potrebbe venire ma non verrà
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if he could come he would
= Se potesse venire, verrebbe
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if I can , I will come tomorrow
= potendo , verrò domani
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I cannot come in, the door is loocked
= non posso entrare , la porta è chiusa a chiave
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a bit like me
= un po' come me ,
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a blank page for the poet is like a virgin
= una pagina bianca per il poeta è come una vergine ,
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a dog in the manger
= come il cane nella mangiatoia , uno stupido egoista ,
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a for abel
= a come ancona ,
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a for able
= a come abile ,
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a for adam
= a come adamo , la a di adamo ,
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a for andrew
= a come andrea ,
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according to hoyle
= in modo corretto , come si deve , secondo le regole ,
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according to instructions
= come da istruzioni ,
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acknowledged as
= riconosciuto come ,
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actor controls
= contratto che permette ad un attore di esercitare la propria autorità su alcune decisioni come l'approvazione della sceneggiatura e del montaggio finale ,
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adamant
= diamante , adamante , duro come il diamante , saldo , duro , inflessibile , deciso , categorico , irremovibile ,
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addictive
= che dà assuefazione , che crea dipendenza , come una droga ,
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adjudged as
= dichiarato , giudicato come ,
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admit in evidence
= ammettere come prova ,
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admits in evidence
= ammette come prova ,
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admitted in evidence
= ammesso come prova ,
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admitting in evidence
= ammettendo come prova ,
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advance money
= acconto , anticipo , somma versata come anticipo ,
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agency copy
= materiale stampato o trasmesso esattamente come è uscito dall'agenzia pubblicitaria ,
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aka
= anche conosciuto come , anche noto come , also known as , altrimenti detto , alias , aka ,
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all of a tremble
= tutto tremante , tremante come una foglia ,
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alley apple
= sterco di cavallo , pietra trovata per strada usata come arma ,
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alley apples
= sterco di cavallo , pietre trovate per strada usate come arma ,
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am i to understand that you will not come
= devo crede che non verrai? vuoi forse dire che non verrai? ,
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an obstinate pig
= testardo come un mulo ,
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angelically
= angelicamente , come un angelo ,
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any way you slice it
= girala come vuoi , comunque la mettiamo , comunque tu consideri la cosa ,
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anything goes
= va bene tutto , fai come vuoi ,
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anyway you slice it
= girala come vuoi ,
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appear as counsel for the defence
= comparire come avvocato difensore ,
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appeared as counsel for the defence
= comparso come avvocato difensore ,
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appearing as counsel for the defence
= comparendo come avvocato difensore ,
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appears as counsel for the defence
= compare come avvocato difensore ,
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apprentice
= apprendista , principiante , novizio , novellino , collocare come apprendista , mettere a mestiere ,
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apprenticed
= collocato come apprendista , messo a mestiere ,
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apprentices
= apprendisti , principianti , novizi , novellini , colloca come apprendista , mette a mestiere ,
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apprenticing
= collocando come apprendista , mettendo a mestiere ,
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araldite
= tipo di epossiresina usata come collante ,
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arse
= culo , scocciatore , rompiballe , buco del culo , gonnella , persona vista come oggetto sessuale ,
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arses
= arsi , culi , scocciatori , rompiballe , buchi del culo , persone viste come oggetto sessuale ,
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artware
= software e hardware molto avanzati per creare l'arte attraverso l'uso di vari elementi , come suono , colore e tridimensionalità ,
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as
= come , così , tanto , in qualità di , da , che , poichè , mentre , sebbene , quale , arsenico , asse ,
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as a boxer
= come pugile ,
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as a man
= come un solo uomo , all'unanimità ,
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as a mark of appreciation
= come segno di riconoscimento ,
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as a whole
= nell'insieme , come un tutto unico ,
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as above
= come sopra ,
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as agreed
= come d'accordo , come concordato , come convenuto ,
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as agreed upon
= come d'accordo , come concordato , come convenuto ,
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as an accompaniment of
= come accompagnamento di ,
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as an orator
= come oratore ,
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as an orator he is paramount
= come oratore è insuperabile ,
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as and when
= come e quando , quando possibile , appena possibile , nel momento in cui ,
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as and when you want
= quando e come vuoi ,
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as anticipated
= come previsto ,
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as bald as a coot
= pelato come un uovo , pelato come un ginocchio , pelato come una palla di biliardo ,
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as barmy as they come
= completamente suonato ,
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as befits
= come si addice a ,
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as before
= come prima ,
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as bell as a bell
= lampante come il sole ,
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as below
= come sotto , come appresso ,
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as best one can
= come meglio si può ,
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as best you can
= come meglio puoi , al meglio delle tue possibilità ,
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as big as a barn door
= grande come una casa ,
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as black as
= nero come ,
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as black as a sweep
= nero come uno spazzacamino ,
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as black as coal
= nero come il carbone , nero come la pece ,
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as black as ink
= nero come il carbone , nero come la pece ,
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as black as my hat
= nero come il carbone ,
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as black as night
= nero come la notte , nero come la mezzanotte ,
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as black as pitch
= nero come il carbone , nero come la pece ,
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as black as soot
= nero come il carbone , nero come la pece ,
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as black as the ace of spades
= nero come il carbone , nero come la pece ,
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as black as thunder
= nero come il carbone , nero , furioso all'apparenza ,
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as blind as a bat
= cieco come una talpa ,
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as blind as a beetle
= cieco come una talpa ,
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as blind as a mole
= cieco come una talpa ,
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as calm as a millpond
= calmissimo , liscio come l'olio ,
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as clear as a bell
= lampante come il sole , chiaro come il sole ,
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as clear as day
= chiaro come la luce del giorno ,
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as crafty as a fox
= astuto come una volpe ,
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as cunning as a fox
= astuto come una volpe ,
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as dark as night
= nero come la notte , d'umore nero ,
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as deaf as a doornail
= sordo come una campana ,
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as deaf as a post
= sordo come una campana ,
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as deaf as an adder
= sordo come una campana ,
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as dry as a chip
= arido come la pomice , insipido , privo d'interesse ,
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as dull as a fish
= stupido come una gallina ,
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as dumb as an oyster
= muto come un pesce ,
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as easy as abc
= facilissimo , facile come bere un bicchiere d'acqua ,
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as easy as pie
= facile come bere un bicchiere d'acqua ,
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as easy as shelling peas
= facile come bere un bicchiere d'acqua ,
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as ever
= come sempre ,
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as finally realized
= come infine avvenuto , ex post ,
---------------
as firm as a rock
= saldo come una roccia ,
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as firm as a vice
= saldo come una torre ,
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as firm as roc
= saldo come una roccia ,
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as fit as a fiddle
= sano come un pesce ,
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as follows
= come segue ,
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as free as a bird
= libero come l'aria ,
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as fresh as paint
= fresco come una rosa ,
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as good as
= come , quasi , come se , praticamente ,
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as good as new
= come nuovo , quasi nuovo ,
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as happy as a king
= felice come una pasqua ,
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as happy as a sand-boy
= contento come una pasqua ,
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as hard as a stone
= duro come la pietra ,
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as hard as iron
= duro come il ferro ,
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as hard as nails
= sano come un pesce , in ottima salute , forte , robusto , duro , spietato , crudele , insensibile ,
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as hard as steel
= duro come l'acciaio ,
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as he lived so did he die
= è morto come ha vissuto ,
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as he saw him
= come lo vide , quando lo vide ,
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as he was wont to say
= come soleva dire ,
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as hungry as a hunter
= affamato come un lupo ,
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as hungry as a wolf
= affamato come un lupo ,
---------------
as i said in my last
= come dissi nella mia ultima ,
---------------
as i said in my last letter
= come dissi nella mia ultima lettera ,
---------------
as i see it
= come la vedo io , come la penso io , secondo me ,
---------------
as i understand it
= a quanto ho capito , come la vedo io , come la penso io , secondo me ,
---------------
as i was before
= come prima ,
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as i was saying
= come dicevo ,
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as if
= come se , quasi , quasi che ,
---------------
as if by accident
= come per caso ,
---------------
as if by magic
= come per magia ,
---------------
as if i cared
= come se me ne importasse qualcosa! ,
---------------
as if it was yesterday
= come se fosse ieri ,
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as if nothing were the matter
= come se niente fosse ,
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as if you didn't know
= come se tu non lo sapessi! ,
---------------
as in all good films
= come in ogni buon film ,
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as innocent as a baby unborn
= innocente come un bambino non ancor nato ,
---------------
as is usual in such case
= come accade abitualmente ,
---------------
as it
= come se , quasi , che ,
---------------
as it is
= invero , sta di fatto che , così come stanno le cose , in queste circostanze ,
---------------
as lean as a rake
= magro come un chiodo ,
---------------
as light as a feather
= leggero come una piuma ,
---------------
as like as two peas
= simili come due gocce d'acqua ,
---------------
as luck would have it
= come volle la sorte ,
---------------
as meek as a lamb
= mite come un agnello ,
---------------
as merry as a grig
= allegro come un passerotto ,
---------------
as mute as a fish
= muto come un pesce ,
---------------
as naked as mother bore him
= nudo come l'ha fatto mamma ,
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as often happens
= come spesso accade ,
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as old as the hills
= vecchio come il mondo ,
---------------
as one man
= come un solo uomo , all'unanimità ,
---------------
as pale as death
= mortalmente pallido , pallido come la morte ,
---------------
as per
= come da , secondo ,
---------------
as per account rendered
= come da conto rimesso ,
---------------
as per advice
= come da avviso ,
---------------
as per agreement
= come convenuto ,
---------------
as per contra
= in contropartita , a storno , come da scrittura di giro ,
---------------
as per contract
= come da contratto ,
---------------
as per instructions
= come da istruzioni ,
---------------
as per invoice
= come da fattura ,
---------------
as per sample
= come da campione ,
---------------
as per your request
= come da vostra richiesta ,
---------------
as plain as a pikestaff
= chiaro come la luce del sole ,
---------------
as plain as day
= chiaro come la luce del sole ,
---------------
as plain as the nose on your face
= evidente , chiaro come la luce del sole ,
---------------
as pleased as punch
= contento come una pasqua ,
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as previously anticipated
= come previsto precedentemente , ex ante ,
---------------
as proud as a peacock
= vanitoso come un pavone ,
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as proud as punch
= vanitoso come un pavone , tronfio come un pavone ,
---------------
as quick as thought
= rapido come il pensiero ,
---------------
as reason was
= secondo i dettami della ragione , come ragione comandava ,
---------------
as red as a beet
= rosso come un peperone ,
---------------
as red as a beetroot
= rosso come un gambero , rosso come un peperone ,
---------------
as red as a lobster
= rosso come un gambero ,
---------------
as regular as clockwork
= regolare come un orologio ,
---------------
as round as a ball
= tondo come una palla ,
---------------
as seen
= come sono , com'è , nello stato in cui trovasi ,
---------------
as seneca as it
= come dice seneca ,
---------------
as silent as a grave
= muto come una tomba ,
---------------
as slippery as an eel
= sfuggente come un'anguilla , viscido come un'anguilla ,
---------------
as soon as
= appena , non appena , presto come , così presto come ,
---------------
as sound as a bell
= sano come un pesce , in perfette condizioni ,
---------------
as sound as a roach
= sano come un pesce , in perfette condizioni ,
---------------
as stated above
= come detto sopra ,
---------------
as stiff as a poker
= rigido come un manico di scopa ,
---------------
as stiff as a ramrod
= impalato , dritto come un fuso ,
---------------
as still as the grave
= muto come una tomba ,
---------------
as strong as a horse
= forte come un toro ,
---------------
as such
= come tale , appunto perché tale ,
---------------
as sure as death
= arcisicuro , sicuro come la morte ,
---------------
as sure as god made little apples
= sicuro come la morte ,
---------------
as the basis
= da base , come punto di partenza ,
---------------
as the basis for
= da base per , come punto di partenza per ,
---------------
as the phrase goes
= come di suol dire ,
---------------
as the saying is
= come dice l'adagio , come si suol dire ,
---------------
as thin as a lath
= secco come un chiodo , magro come uno stecco ,
---------------
as thin as a wafer
= sottile come un'ostia , sottilissimo ,
---------------
as though
= come se , quasi , che ,
---------------
as times go
= coi tempi che corrono , dati i tempi , considerando come va il mondo ,
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as tough as leather
= duro come il cuoio ,
---------------
as ugly as sin
= brutto come il peccato , bruttissimo ,
---------------
as usual
= come al solito , come solito , come di solito , come di consueto , come d'uso ,
---------------
as welcome as snow on the harvest
= gradito come il fumo negli occhi ,
---------------
as well as
= come pure , tanto quanto , così come , non solo ma anche ,
---------------
as wet as a drowned rat
= bagnato come un pulcino ,
---------------
as whit so many people
= come molte altre persone ,
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as whit so many people in the
= come molte altre persone negli anni ,
---------------
as whit so much
= come molte altre cose ,
---------------
as whit so much in this country
= come molte altre cose in questo paese ,
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as white as a sheet
= bianco come un lenzuolo , bianco come un panno lavato ,
---------------
as white as show
= bianco come la neve ,
---------------
as whole as a fish
= sano come un pesce ,
---------------
as you can see
= come puoi vedere ,
---------------
as you know
= come sai , come sapete ,
---------------
as you like
= come vuoi ,
---------------
as you prefer
= come preferisci ,
---------------
as you will appreciate
= come vi renderete conto ,
---------------
as you wish
= come desideri ,
---------------
as-is
= come è ,
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assistantship
= assistentato , aiuto finanziario dato dalle università a dottorandi che lavorano come assistenti ,
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assistantships
= assistentati , aiuti finanziari dati dalle università a dottorandi che lavorano come assistenti ,
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at home
= a casa , in patria , in casa , a proprio agio , come a casa propria ,
---------------
ate like a bird
= mangiato come un uccellino ,
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ate like a horse
= mangiato come un lupo ,
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audit
= revisione , conto definitivo , resa dei conti , controllo , verifica , verificare , controllare , frequentare come uditore ,
---------------
audited
= verificato , controllato , frequentato come uditore ,
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auditing
= revisione contabile , verifica ufficiale di conti , verificando , controllando , frequentando come uditore ,
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audits
= revisioni , conti definitivi , rese dei conti , controlli , verifiche , verifica , controlla , frequenta come uditore ,
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b for baker
= b come bologna ,
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b for benjamin
= b come bologna ,
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back plate
= diapositiva usata come fondale nella proiezione frontale , positivo per trasparente ,
---------------
back plates
= diapositive usate come fondale nella proiezione frontale , positivi per trasparenti ,
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back-sword
= spada a un taglio , bastone usato come spada in allenamento ,
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back-swords
= spade a un taglio , bastoni usati come spade in allenamento ,
---------------
background plate
= diapositiva usata come fondale nella proiezione frontale , positivo per trasparente ,
---------------
background plates
= diapositive usate come fondale nella proiezione frontale , positivi per trasparenti ,
---------------
bad company
= di cattiva compagnia , noioso come compagno ,
---------------
bald as a coot
= pelato come una palla di biliardo ,
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ballast lamp
= lampada usata come resistenza ,
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ballast lamps
= lampade usate come resistenze ,
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baptismally
= come nel battesimo ,
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bay
= baia , recesso , avvallamento , radura , alcova , campata , sporto , abbaio , latrato , ululato , alloro , corona d'alloro , baio , abbaiare , latrare , ululare , fermare , fermo , marciapiede di binario morto , scomparto , parte prodiera usata come ospedal ,
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bays
= baie , recessi , avvallamenti , radure , alcove , campate , sporti , abbai , latrati , ululati , allori , corone d'alloro , bai , fermi , marciapiedi di binari morti , scomparti , parti prodiere usate come ospedali , abbaia , latra , ulula , ferma ,
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be my guest
= fai pure! prego! serviti! fa come se fossi a casa tua , fai quello che ti pare ,
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be sure to come
= non mancare! non mancare di venire! ,
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be that as it may
= sia come sia , comunque sia , eppure , tuttavia , malgrado ciò , nondimeno ,
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beacon
= faro , fuoco , falò , lanterna , semaforo per pedoni , segnale , radiofaro , aerofaro , boa luminosa , lampeggiatore , stazione di segnalazione , dotare di segnali luminosi , indicare con segnali luminosi , illuminare come un faro , guidare come un faro ,
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beaconed
= munito di fuochi di segnalazione , servito da guida , dotato di segnali luminosi , indicato con segnali luminosi , illuminato come un faro , guidato come un faro ,
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beaconing
= dotando di segnali luminosi , indicando con segnali luminosi , illuminando come un faro , guidando come un faro , splendendo come un faro ,
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beacons
= fari , fuochi , falò , lanterne , semafori per pedoni , segnali , radiofari , aerofari , lampeggiatori , boe luminose , stazioni di segnalazione , dota di segnali luminosi , indica con segnali luminosi , illumina come un faro , guida come un faro ,
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beady eyes
= occhi come spilli , occhi piccoli e luccicanti ,
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beamy
= splendente , raggiante , radioso , poderoso , massiccio , grande come trave , panciuto , munito di corna , largo , capace ,
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bean bag
= grosso cuscino usato come poltrona , sacco di fagioli ,
---------------
bean bags
= grossi cuscini usati come poltrone , sacchi di fagioli ,
---------------
beanbag
= grosso cuscino usato come poltrona , sacco di fagioli ,
---------------
beanbags
= grossi cuscini usati come poltrone , sacchi di fagioli ,
---------------
beelike
= come api , indaffarato ,
---------------
behave like an idiot
= comportarsi come un idiota , comportarsi da idiota ,
---------------
behave like animals
= comportarsi come animali ,
---------------
behaved like an idiot
= comportatosi come un idiota , comportatosi da idiota ,
---------------
behaved like animals
= comportatosi come un animale ,
---------------
behaves like an idiot
= si comporta come un idiota , si comporta da idiota ,
---------------
behaves like animals
= si comporta come un animale ,
---------------
behaving like an idiot
= comportandosi come un idiota , comportandosi da idiota ,
---------------
behaving like animals
= comportandosi come animali ,
---------------
better come along quietly
= è meglio venir via con le buone , meglio venir via con le buone ,
---------------
better father than husband
= migliore come padre che come marito ,
---------------
big d
= analgesico usato come droga , lsd , detroit , dallas , damn! ,
---------------
big lie
= grande bugia politica spesso usata come mezzo propagandistico dai leader di un partito per manipolare i propri elettori ,
---------------
big lies
= grandi bugie politiche spesso usate come mezzo propagandistico dai leader di un partito per manipolare i propri elettori ,
---------------
bilgy
= come acqua di sentina , che puzza come acqua di sentina ,
---------------
billed as
= annunciato come ,
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billed as musical comedy
= annunciato come una commedia musicale ,
---------------
bimbette
= giovane ochetta , adolescente carina ma sciocca , giovane frivola o stupida , considerata come un giocattolo dagli uomini ,
---------------
bimbettes
= giovani ochette , adolescenti carine ma sciocche , giovani frivole o stupide , considerate come giocattoli dagli uomini ,
---------------
bind apprentice to
= collocare come apprendista presso ,
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binding apprentice to
= collocando come apprendista presso ,
---------------
binds apprentice to
= colloca come apprendista presso ,
---------------
bitch's blind
= moglie che serve come copertura per un omosessuale che non vuole compromettersi , fidanzata che serve come copertura per un omosessuale che non vuole compromettersi ,
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bitch's blinds
= mogli che servono come copertura per omosessuali che non vogliono compromettersi , fidanzate che servono come copertura per omosessuali che non vogliono compromettersi ,
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black as coal
= nero come il carbone , nero come la pece ,
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black as ink
= nero come il carbone , nero come la pece ,
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black as pitch
= nero come il carbone , nero come la pece ,
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black as soot
= nero come il carbone , nero come la pece ,
---------------
black as the ace of spades
= nero come il carbone , nero come la pece ,
---------------
blackbirding
= tratta degli schiavi , cattura e deportazione come schiavi di neri , cattura e deportazione come schiavi di polinesiani ,
---------------
blackbirdings
= tratte degli schiavi , catture e deportazioni come schiavi di neri , catture e deportazioni come schiavi di polinesiani ,
---------------
blackleg
= crumiro , baro , imbroglione , truffatore , carbonchio , antrace maligno , fare il crumiro , sostituire come crumiro ,
---------------
blacklegged
= facendo il crumiro , sostituendo come crumiro ,
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blacklegging
= facendo il crumiro , sostituendo come crumiro ,
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blacklegs
= crumiri , bari , imbroglioni , truffatori , fa il crumiro , sostituisce come crumiro ,
---------------
bladdery
= vescicolare , gonfio come una vescica ,
---------------
blew like a grampus
= soffiato come un mantice ,
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blind as a bat
= cieco come una talpa ,
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blood-red
= rosso come il sangue , rosso sangue , di colore sanguigno ,
---------------
bloodred
= rosso come il sangue ,
---------------
blow like a grampus
= soffiare come un mantice ,
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blowing like a grampus
= soffiando come un mantice ,
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blown like a grampus
= soffiato come un mantice ,
---------------
blows like a grampus
= soffia come un mantice ,
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bodily
= fisico , corporeo , corporale , in persona , in carne e ossa , completamente , di peso , tutti insieme , come un sol uomo ,
---------------
bolt upright
= diritto come un fuso ,
---------------
bony
= osseo , tutt'ossa , pieno di lische , pieno di spine , ossuto , magro , simile a un osso , duro come un osso ,
---------------
both
= entrambi , ambedue , ambo , nello stesso tempo , così , , , come , , , e ,
---------------
bounce light
= luce riflessa da superfici come pareti o fogli di polistirolo ,
---------------
bounce lights
= luci riflesse da superfici come pareti o fogli di polistirolo ,
---------------
boxy
= quadrato , a forma di scatola , tozzo , pesante come certe attrezzature ,
---------------
branded as
= bollato come , tacciato di , stigmatizzato come ,
---------------
branded as a thief
= bollato come ladro , tacciato di ladro , stigmatizzato come ladro ,
---------------
bred like flies
= stato prolifici come conigli ,
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bred like rabbits
= stato prolifici come conigli ,
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breed like flies
= essere prolifici come conigli ,
---------------
breed like rabbits
= essere prolifici come conigli ,
---------------
breeding like flies
= essendo prolifici come conigli ,
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breeding like rabbits
= essendo prolifici come conigli ,
---------------
breeds like flies
= è prolifico come un coniglio ,
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breeds like rabbits
= è prolifico come un coniglio ,
---------------
buried one's head in the sand
= chiuso gli occhi alla realtà , non voluto capire come stanno le cose , fatto come lo struzzo ,
---------------
buries one's head in the sand
= chiude gli occhi alla realtà , non vuole capire come stanno le cose , fa come lo struzzo ,
---------------
bury one's head in the sand
= chiudere gli occhi alla realtà , non voler capire come stanno le cose , fare come lo struzzo ,
---------------
burying one's head in the sand
= chiudendo gli occhi alla realtà , non volendo capire come stanno le cose , facendo come lo struzzo ,
---------------
by her own admission
= per sua stessa ammissione , come lei stesso ha ammesso ,
---------------
by his own admission
= per sua stessa ammissione , come lui stesso ha ammesso ,
---------------
by my own admission
= per mia stessa ammissione , come io stesso ho ammesso ,
---------------
by our own admission
= per nostra stessa ammissione , come noi stessi abbiamo ammesso ,
---------------
by the book
= correttamente , secondo le regole , autorevolmente , attenendosi al manuale , come un libro stampato ,
---------------
by their own admission
= per loro stessa ammissione , come loro stessi hanno ammesso ,
---------------
by your own admission
= per tua stessa ammissione , per vostra stessa ammissione , come tu stesso hai ammesso , come voi stessi avete ammesso ,
---------------
c for charlie
= c come como ,
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calm as a mill-pond
= liscio come l'olio ,
---------------
canonise
= canonizzare, glorificare, riconoscere come canonico ,
---------------
canonize
= canonizzare, glorificare, riconoscere come canonico ,
---------------
canonized
= canonizzato, glorificato, riconosciuto come canonico ,
---------------
canonizes
= canonizza, glorifica, riconosce come canonico ,
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canonizing
= canonizzando, glorificando, riconoscendo come canonico ,
---------------
chained to the oar
= costretto a un lavoro lungo e faticoso, costretto a lavorare come un mulo ,
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chair
= sedia, seggio, cattedra universitaria, carica, presidente, sedia elettrica, ganascia , portantina, ponte luce sospeso , far sedere, mettere su una sedia, scegliere come presidente, insediare, presiedere, portare in trionfo ,
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chaired
= fatto sedere, messo su una sedia, scelto come presidente, insediato, presieduto, portato in trionfo ,
---------------
chairing
= facendo sedere, mettendo su una sedia, scegliendo come presidente, insediando, presiedendo, portando in trionfo ,
---------------
chairs
= sedie, seggi, cattedre universitarie, cariche, presidenti, sedie elettriche, ganasce , portantine, ponti luce sospesi , fa sedere, mette su una sedia, sceglie come presidente, insedia, presiede, porta in trionfo ,
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charm away
= far passare, liberare come per incanto ,
---------------
charmed away
= fatto passare, liberato come per incanto ,
---------------
charming away
= facendo passare, liberando come per incanto ,
---------------
charms away
= fa passare, libera come per incanto ,
---------------
check string
= cordone usato come segnale di arresto ,
---------------
check strings
= cordoni usati come segnale di arresto ,
---------------
cheesy
= come formaggio, scadente, dozzinale, tutto fumo e niente arrosto ,
---------------
cherry
= ciliegia, ciliegio, di ciliegio, color ciliegia, rosso come una ciliegia ,
---------------
cherry cheeks
= guance rosse come ciliegie ,
---------------
christly
= come cristo ,
---------------
clay-cold
= freddo come il marmo, insensibile ,
---------------
clear on the matter
= certo della faccenda, certo di come stanno le cose ,
---------------
clerk
= impiegato, funzionario laico di parrocchia anglicana, contabile, copista, scrivano, commesso, commessa, portiere d'albergo, dotto, erudito, ecclesiastico, uomo di chiesa, lavorare come commesso, fare l'impiegato, fare il c ,
---------------
clerked
= lavorato come commesso , fatto l'impiegato, fatto il contabile ,
---------------
clerking
= lavorando come commesso , facendo l'impiegato, facendo il contabile ,
---------------
clerks
= impiegati, funzionari laici di parrocchie anglicane, contabili, copisti, scrivani, commessi, commesse, portieri d'albergo, dotti, eruditi, ecclesiastici, uomini di chiesa, lavora come commesso, fa l'impiegato, fa il conta ,
---------------
cling like a limpet
= stare attaccato come un'ostrica ,
---------------
clinged like a limpet
= stato attaccato come un'ostrica ,
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clinging like a limpet
= stando attaccato come un'ostrica ,
---------------
clings like a limpet
= sta attaccato come un'ostrica ,
---------------
clocklike
= preciso come un orologio, cronometrico ,
---------------
coal black
= nero come il carbone ,
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coal-black
= nero come il carbone ,
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cocoon
= bozzolo , ooteca, fare il bozzolo, avvolgere nel bozzolo, racchiudere come in un bozzolo ,
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cocooned
= fatto il bozzolo, avvolto nel bozzolo, racchiuso come in un bozzolo ,
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cocooning
= facendo il bozzolo, avvolgendo nel bozzolo, racchiudendo come in un bozzolo ,
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cocoons
= bozzoli , ooteche, fa il bozzolo, avvolge nel bozzolo, racchiude come in un bozzolo ,
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comme il faut
= come si deve, a regola d'arte ,
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commendatory
= elogiativo, d'encomio, commendatizio, di raccomandazione, commendatario, attribuito come commenda ,
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confessed as a liar
= smascherato come bugiardo ,
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confessed as a traitor
= smascherato come traditore ,
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continuity shooting
= effettuazione delle riprese seguendo l'ordine delle scene come sono scritte sul copione ,
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crabwise
= di traverso, come i granchi ,
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crusty
= crostoso, che abbonda di crosta, duro come una crosta, grommoso , irritabile, intrattabile, duro ,
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curate's egg
= cosa cattiva, ma descritta eufemisticamente come buona in parte ,
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curate's eggs
= cose cattive, ma descritte eufemisticamente come buone in parte ,
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curse come home to roost
= le maledizioni ricadono sul capo di chi le scaglia ,
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curtain off
= dividere con una tenda, dividere con una tendina, separare con una tenda, dividere come con una tenda, separare come con una tenda ,
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curtained off
= diviso con una tenda, diviso con una tendina, separato con una tenda, diviso come con una tenda, separato come con una tenda ,
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curtaining off
= dividendo con una tenda, dividendo con una tendina, separando con una tenda, dividendo come con una tenda, separando come con una tenda ,
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curtains off
= divide con una tenda, divide con una tendina, separa con una tenda, divide come con una tenda, separa come con una tenda ,
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cut and come again
= servirsi di nuovo, mangiare a quattro palmenti ,
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cycle animation
= utilizzare uno stesso disegno per sequenze d'animazione come camminate, acqua che scorre ,
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d for david
= d come domodossola ,
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d for dog
= d come domodossola ,
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deposit
= deposito, caparra, cauzione, sedimento, giacimento, detriti, depositare, lasciare come caparra, fare un deposito di , deporre , posare, mettere giù ,
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deposited
= depositato, lasciato come caparra, fatto un deposito di , deposto , posato, messo giù ,
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depositing
= depositando, lasciando come caparra, facendo un deposito di , deponendo , posando, mettendo giù ,
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depositor
= depositante, chi fa un deposito, chi lascia come caparra ,
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depositors
= depositanti, chi fa un deposito, chi lascia come caparra ,
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deposits
= depositi, caparre, cauzioni, sedimenti, giacimenti, detriti, deposita, lascia come caparra, fa un deposito di , depone , posa, mette giù ,
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deputize for
= agire come delegato di, agire come rappresentante di ,
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deputized for
= agito come delegato di, agito come rappresentante di ,
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deputizes for
= agisce come delegato di, agisce come rappresentante di ,
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deputizing for
= agendo come delegato di, agendo come rappresentante di ,
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diabolize
= rendere diabolico, trasformare in un demonio, raffigurare come un demonio ,
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diabolized
= reso diabolico, trasformato in un demonio, raffigurato come un demonio ,
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diabolizes
= rende diabolico, trasforma in un demonio, raffigura come un demonio ,
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diabolizing
= rendendo diabolico, trasformando in un demonio, raffigurando come un demonio ,
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did anyone come
= è venuto nessuno? ,
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did badly not to come
= sbagliato a non venire, fatto male a non venire ,
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did duty as
= fatto da, servito da, stato usato come ,
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did to the best of one's power
= fatto come meglio si può ,
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did wrong not to come
= sbagliato a non venire, fatto male a non venire ,
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die a dog's death
= morire come un cane ,
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die like a dog
= morire come un cane ,
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died a dog's death
= morto come un cane ,
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died like a dog
= morto come un cane ,
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dieing a dog's death
= morendo come un cane ,
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dieing like a dog
= morendo come un cane ,
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dies a dog's death
= muore come un cane ,
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dies like a dog
= muore come un cane ,
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dip into the future
= fare un salto nel futuro, cercare di prevedere come sarà il futuro ,
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dipped into the future
= fatto un salto nel futuro, cercato di prevedere come sarà il futuro ,
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dipping into the future
= facendo un salto nel futuro, cercando di prevedere come sarà il futuro ,
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dips into the future
= fa un salto nel futuro, cerca di prevedere come sarà il futuro ,
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do as i say
= fai come ti dico ,
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do as i tell you
= fa' come ti dico! ,
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do as you are bidden
= fai come ti viene ordinato ,
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do as you think best
= fa' come credi! ,
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do as you will
= fa' come vuoi, fa' come ti pare ,
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do badly not to come
= sbagliare a non venire, far male a non venire ,
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do duty as
= fare da, servire da, essere usato come ,
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do i understand that you will not come
= devo crede che non verrai? vuoi forse dire che non verrai? ,
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do it as best you can
= fallo come meglio puoi ,
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do it the proper way
= fallo come si deve, fallo nel modo giusto ,
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do just as you like
= fa' come vuoi ,
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do to the best of one's power
= fare come meglio si può ,
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do wrong not to come
= sbagliare a non venire, far male a non venire ,
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doctor
= dottore, medico, stregone, strumento usato come rimedio d'urgenza, raspa, mosca artificiale , dentista, riparatore, cuoco di bordo, addottorare, curare, medicare, falsare, manipolare, riparare, fare il dottore ,
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doctors
= dottori, medici, stregoni, strumenti usati come rimedi d'urgenza, raspe, mosche artificiali , dentisti, riparatori, cuochi di bordo, addottora, cura, medica, falsa, manipola, ripara, rabbercia, fa il dottore ,
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does badly not to come
= sbaglia a non venire, fa male a non venire ,
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does duty as
= fa da, serve da, è usato come ,
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does to the best of one's power
= fa come meglio si può ,
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does wrong not to come
= sbaglia a non venire, fa male a non venire ,
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dogmatize
= dogmatizzare, parlare in modo dogmatico, scrivere in modo dogmatico, enunciare come dogma ,
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dogmatized
= dogmatizzato, parlato in modo dogmatico, scritto in modo dogmatico, enunciato come dogma ,
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dogmatizes
= dogmatizza, parla in modo dogmatico, scrive in modo dogmatico, enuncia come dogma ,
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dogmatizing
= dogmatizzando, parlando in modo dogmatico, scrivendo in modo dogmatico, enunciando come dogma ,
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doing badly not to come
= sbagliando a non venire, facendo male a non venire ,
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doing duty as
= facendo da, servendo da, essendo usato come ,
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doing to the best of one's power
= facendo come meglio si può ,
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doing wrong not to come
= sbagliando a non venire, facendo male a non venire ,
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dollar diplomacies
= politiche dell'infiltrazione economica come mezzi di potere politico ,
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dollar diplomacy
= politica dell'infiltrazione economica come mezzo di potere politico ,
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don't bother to come
= non disturbarti a venire ,
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don't bother to come and see me
= non disturbarti a venire a prendermi ,
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don't bother to come and see me to the station
= non disturbarti a venire a prendermi alla stazione ,
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don't come on my account
= non venire apposta per me! ,
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don't cross your bridges before you come to them
= non bisogna fasciarsi la testa prima d'essersela rotta ,
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don't open the door until the car has come to a stop
= non aprire lo sportello finché l'automobile non s'è fermata ,
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done badly not to come
= sbagliato a non venire, fatto male a non venire ,
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done duty as
= fatto da, servito da, stato usato come ,
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done to the best of one's power
= fatto come meglio si può ,
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done wrong not to come
= sbagliato a non venire, fatto male a non venire ,
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dot of a child
= bambino alto come un soldo di cacio ,
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doubting thomas
= incredulo, scettico, come san tommaso ,
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dreamy
= pieno di sogni, sognante, fantastico, vago, irreale, come di sogno ,
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drink wouldn't come amiss
= un bicchiere non ci starebbe male! ,
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dummies
= manichini, prestanomi, tonti, succhiotti, facsimili, falsi, inerti, manichini usati come doppi durante le riprese ,
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dummy
= manichino, prestanome, tonto, succhiotto, facsimile, falso, inerte, manichino usato come doppio durante le riprese ,
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e for easy
= e come empoli ,
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e for edward
= e come empoli ,
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earnest of what is to come
= presagio di ciò che accadrà in seguito ,
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earnests of what is to come
= presagi di ciò che accadrà in seguito ,
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easy come easy go
= presto avuto, presto perduto ,
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eat like a bird
= mangiare come un uccellino ,
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eat like a horse
= mangiare come un lupo ,
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eaten like a bird
= mangiato come un uccellino ,
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eaten like a horse
= mangiato come un lupo ,
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eating like a bird
= mangiando come un uccellino ,
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eating like a horse
= mangiando come un lupo ,
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eats like a bird
= mangia come un uccellino ,
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eats like a horse
= mangia come un lupo ,
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ebony
= ebano, d'ebano, nero come l'ebano, nero e lucente ,
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elfishly
= come di elfo, in modo birichino\malizioso ,
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enshrinement
= il conservare come una reliquia, il custodire gelosamente ,
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environmental sound
= rumori di sottofondo come voci e traffico ,
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environmental sounds
= rumori di sottofondo come voci e traffico ,
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everything went like clockwork
= tutto andò liscio come l'olio ,
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expediential
= basato sulla convenienza, opportunistico, usato come ripiego ,
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f for fox
= f come firenze ,
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f for fred
= f come firenze ,
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famed as a liar
= noto come bugiardo ,
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famished
= affamato, affamato come un lupo, fatto patire la fame, stato affamato ,
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famishing
= affamato, affamato come un lupo, affamando, essendo affamato ,
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featuring
= rappresentando, evidenziando, comparendo, dando una parte importante , l'avere come protagonisti ,
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feel it an affront
= sentire come un affronto ,
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feeling it an affront
= sentendo come un affronto ,
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feels it an affront
= sente come un affronto ,
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felt it an affront
= sentito come un affronto ,
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flintlike
= come pietra, come silice ,
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flinty
= di selce, siliceo, pietroso, duro come la selce, crudele, spietato ,
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for dear life
= come ne andasse della vita ,
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fore-bay
= parte prodiera usata come ospedale ,
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fore-bays
= parti prodiere usate come ospedali ,
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foreign tax deal
= sgravi fiscali che una nazione straniera può accordare ad una casa di produzione estera come incentivo alla realizzazione di un film sul suo territorio ,
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free as a bird
= libero come l'aria ,
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fresh as a daisy
= fresco come una rosa ,
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fungous
= fungoso, che cresce come un fungo ,
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g for george
= g come genova,
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garnishment
= guarnizione, decorazione, ornamento, citazione come teste,
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garnishments
= guarnizioni, decorazioni, citazioni come testimoni,
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giftwrap
= confezionare come regalo, incartare in confezione regalo,
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giftwrapped
= confezionato come regalo, incartato in confezione regalo,
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giftwrapping
= confezionando come regalo, incartando in confezione regalo,
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giftwraps
= confeziona come regalo, incarta in confezione regalo,
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good playing time
= periodo, come quello natalizio, in cui l'affluenza del pubblico al cinema aumenta ,
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h for harry
= h come hotel,
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h for how
= h come hotel,
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hacked
= tagliato, fatto a pezzi, intaccato, dimezzato, dato un calcio nello stinco a, tossicchiato, dato a nolo, cavalcato al passo, assoldato come scribacchino, reso comune, scribacchiato, fatto il tassista, andato in taxi,
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hacking
= tagliando, facendo a pezzi, intaccando, dimezzando, dando un calcio a, tossicchiando, dando a nolo, cavalcando al passo, assoldando come scribacchino, rendendo comune, scribacchiando, facendo il tassista, andando in taxi,
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had a cat's lick
= lavatosi come i gatti,
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had you come earlier
= se tu fossi venuto prima,
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has a cat's lick
= si lava come i gatti,
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have a cat's lick
= lavarsi come i gatti,
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having a cat's lick
= lavandosi come i gatti,
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he hasn't come yet
= non è ancora arrivato,
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he may yet come
= può ancora darsi che venga,
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he was in the altogether
= era come mamma l'ha fatto,
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he won't come for hours yet
= passeranno ore prima che arrivi,
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he's a bird of passage
= è come l'uccello sulla frasca,
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hero-worship
= culto degli eroi, venerare come un eroe,
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hero-worshipped
= venerato come un eroe,
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hero-worshipping
= venerando come un eroe,
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hero-worships
= culti degli eroi, venera come un eroe,
---------------
hold on like a limpet
= stare attaccato come un'ostrica,
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holden on like a limpet
= stato attaccato come un'ostrica,
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holding on like a limpet
= stando attaccato come un'ostrica,
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holds on like a limpet
= sta attaccato come un'ostrica,
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how are you
= come stai? come state? come va?,
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how are you getting along with your work
= come procede il tuo lavoro?,
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how are you today
= come stai oggi? come state oggi? come va oggi?,
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how can you bear to drink it
= come fai a berlo?,
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how can you have the face to come here
= come puoi avere la sfacciataggine di venire qui?,
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how come
= perché?,
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how d'ye do
= come state? come stai?,
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how dare you
= come osi?,
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how dare you say such a thing
= come osi dire una cosa simile?,
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how do you know
= come conosci;;;?,
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how do you work this gadget
= come si fa funzionare questo aggeggio?,
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howdy
= salve! come va?,
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k for king
= k come kursaal,
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knee-high to a grasshopper
= alto come un soldo di cacio,
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knew better
= saputo come stanno le cose, saputo come va il mondo, saputo come vanno le cose,
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know better
= sapere come stanno le cose, sapere come va il mondo, sapere come vanno le cose,
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knowing better
= sapendo come stanno le cose, sapendo come va il mondo, sapendo come vanno le cose,
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known better
= saputo come stanno le cose, saputo come va il mondo, saputo come vanno le cose,
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knows better
= sa come stanno le cose, sa come va il mondo, sa come vanno le cose,
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knuckle-walk
= camminare come un gorilla,
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knuckle-walked
= camminato come un gorilla,
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knuckle-walking
= camminando come un gorilla,
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knuckle-walks
= cammina come un gorilla,
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j for jack
= j come jolly,
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j for juliett
= j come jolly,
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jet-black
= nero come l'ebano,
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jetty
= banchina, molo, pontile, nero come l'ebano,
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just as you choose
= come vuoi tu, e sia!,
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i am clear on the matter
= sono certo della faccenda, so per certo come stanno le cose,
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i am sure he will come
= sono sicuro che verrà,
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i couldn't begin to imagine how he felts
= non riuscivo proprio a immaginare come si sentisse,
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i couldn't come
= non sono potuto venire,
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i couldn't come earlier
= non sono potuto venire prima,
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i didn't catch your name
= non ho capito come ti chiami, non ho capito come vi chiamate,
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i didn't come anywhere
= io non mi sono neanche piazzato,
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i for isaac
= i come imola,
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i for item
= i come imola,
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i have come to believe
= sono giunto a credere che,
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i remember it as if it was yesterday
= me lo ricordo come se fosse ieri,
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i thought as much
= lo dicevo io! me l'aspettavo! era come pensavo!,
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i wonder if anything good will come of all this
= mi chedo se tutto ciò porterà a qualcosa di buono,
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i'll bet
= ci credo! credo bene! come no! ,
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i'm afraid i can't come
= temo di non poter venire,
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i'm asking you how you did
= voglio sapere come l'hai fatto,
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i'm sorry i couldn't come earlier
= mi dispiace che non sono potuto venire prima,
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ice-cold
= freddo come il ghiaccio,
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in a dead faint
= come morto ,
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in a fog
= confuso, perplesso, incerto su come regolarsi, nella nebbia,
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in a tight squeeze
= in un grosso guaio, alle strette, pigiati come le sardine,
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in apposition to
= come apposizione di,
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in automatic
= che avanza come un automa,
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in compensation
= come risarcimento,
---------------
in consideration of
= in considerazione di, in vista di, a causa di, in cambio di, come corrispettivo di,
---------------
in one's birthday suit
= nudo, in costume adamitico, come l'ha fatto mamma,
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in the altogether
= nudo, completamente nudo, come mamma l'ha fatto,
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in the bottom of the bag
= come ultima risorsa,
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in years to come
= negli anni a venire, nei prossimi anni, negli anni venturi,
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inky
= sporco d'inchiostro, inchiostrato, nero come l'inchiostro, a inchiostro,
---------------
intern
= internare, confinare, lavorare come interno, medico interno,
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interned
= internato, confinato, lavorato come interno,
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internes
= interna, confina, lavora come interno, medici interni,
---------------
interning
= internando, confinando, lavorando come interno,
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interns
= interna, confina, lavora come interno, medici interni,
---------------
it comes to this that you don't agree at all
= è come dire che non sei affatto d'accordo,
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it has come to my attention that
= sono venuto a sapere che,
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it is within your discretion to come or not
= hai piena libertà di venire o no,
---------------
it's as big as a barn door
= è grande come una casa,
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it's beyond me how he manages
= non riesco a capire come possa farcela,
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it's beyond me how she manages
= non riesco a capire come possa farcela,
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l for love
= l come livorno,
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l for lucy
= l come livorno,
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lathy
= secco come un chiodo, magro come uno stecco,
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leathery
= coriaceo, duro come il cuoio,
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leave well alone
= lasciare le cose come stanno,
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leaved well alone
= lasciato le cose come stanno,
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leaves well alone
= lascia le cose come stanno,
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leaving well alone
= lasciando le cose come stanno,
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let'em all come
= vengano pure !,
---------------
light come light go
= presto avuto, presto perduto,
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like a bat out of hell
= come un fulmine, a tutta velocità, come inseguito dal diavolo, come una scheggia,
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like a beacon
= come un faro,
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like a bird
= liscio come l'olio, benissimo, senza problemi, senza difficoltà,
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like a bomb
= forte, come un fulmine, a gonfie vele,
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like a book
= a fondo, come un libro stampato,
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like a drowned rat
= bagnato come un pulcino,
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like a fish out of water
= come un pesce fuor d'acqua,
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like a lamb
= docile come un agnello, mite come un agnello, innocente come un agnello,
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like a musical adept
= come un esperto musicista,
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like a ton of bricks
= con grande veemenza, come un mucchio di mattoni,
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like anything
= in modo straordinario, moltissimo, come un matto,
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like as a mill-pond
= liscio come l'olio,
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like billy-o
= a più non posso, a perdifiato, come un matto, come un pazzo, da matti, con forza,
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like billy-oh
= a più non posso, a perdifiato, come un matto, come un pazzo, da matti, con forza,
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like cat and dog
= come cane e gatto,
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like clockwork
= come un orologio, come un cronometro, con perfetta regolarità, liscio come l'olio,
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like crazy
= come un pazzo, a velocità pazzesca, con energia pazzesca,
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like the back of one's hand
= come il palmo della propria mano,
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like the plague
= come la peste,
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like the vicar of bray
= come il parroco di bray , una banderuola,
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like wax in somebody's hands
= come cera nelle mani di qualcuno,
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lingualize
= pronunciare come linguale,
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lingualized
= pronunciato come linguale,
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lingualizes
= pronuncia come linguale,
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lingualizing
= pronunciando come linguale,
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lionise
= trattare come una celebrità, idoleggiare, ricercare, visitare,
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lionised
= trattato come una celebrità, idoleggiato, ricercato, visitato,
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lionises
= tratta come una celebrità, idoleggia, ricerca, visita,
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lionising
= trattando come una celebrità, idoleggiando, ricercando, visitando,
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lionism
= il trattare qualcuno come una celebrità,
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lionize
= trattare come una celebrità, idoleggiare, ricercare, visitare,
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lionized
= trattato come una celebrità, idoleggiato, ricercato, visitato,
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lionizer
= chi tratta come una celebrità, chi idoleggia\ricerca\visita,
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lionizers
= chi tratta come una celebrità, chi idoleggia\ricerca\visita,
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lionizes
= tratta come una celebrità, idoleggia, ricerca, visita,
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lionizing
= trattando come una celebrità, idoleggiando, ricercando, visitando,
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live bait
= pesciolini usati come esca, esca viva,
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look as if one had just come out of a bandabox
= sembrare un manichino, essere lindo ed elegante,
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look like the back-end of a bus
= essere brutto come il peccato,
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looked as if one had just come out of a bandabox
= sembrato un manichino, stato lindo ed elegante,
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looked like the back-end of a bus
= stato brutto come il peccato,
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looking as if one had just come out of a bandabox
= sembrando un manichino, essendo lindo ed elegante,
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looking like the back-end of a bus
= essendo brutto come il peccato,
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looks as if one had just come out of a bandabox
= sembra un manichino, è lindo ed elegante,
---------------
looks like the back-end of a bus
= è brutto come il peccato,
---------------
m for mary
= m come milano,
---------------
m for mike
= m come milano,
---------------
machinelike
= come una macchina,
---------------
marbly
= marmoreo, di marmo, freddo come il marmo,
---------------
meat-tea
= spuntino a base di carne, con tè come bevanda,
---------------
meat-teas
= spuntini a base di carne, con tè come bevanda,
---------------
milk-white
= bianco come il latte,
---------------
moving matte
= trasparente , trucco cinematografico nel quale due scene vengono combinate, l'una come fondo e l'altra ripresa su fondo blu ,
---------------
moving mattes
= trasparenti , trucchi cinematografici nel quale due scene vengono combinate, l'una come fondo e l'altra ripresa su fondo blu ,
---------------
mum
= zitto! muto, muto come un pesce, fare il mimo, birra forte, mamma, mammina, crisantemo,
---------------
my day has come
= è venuta la mia ora,
---------------
n for nan
= n come napoli,
---------------
n for nellie
= n come napoli,
---------------
no warm will come to us
= non ci succederà niente di male,
---------------
nominate
= nominare, designare, presentare, proporre come candidato,
---------------
nominated
= nominato, designato, presentato, proposto come candidato,
---------------
nominates
= nomina, designa, presenta, propone come candidato,
---------------
nominating
= nominando, designando, presentando, proponendo come candidato,
---------------
none the wiser
= sapiente come prima,
---------------
not as black as it is painted
= non così nero come lo si dipinge, non così cattivo come si dice,
---------------
not as black as one is painted
= non così nero come lo si dipinge, non così cattivo come si dice,
---------------
not bad for a first attempt
= non male come primo tentativo!,
---------------
not to say a dickey-bird
= restare muto come un pesce,
---------------
nothing has yet come
= finora non è arrivato nulla,
---------------
o for oboe
= o come otranto,
---------------
o for oliver
= o come otranto,
---------------
on automatic pilot
= in grado di farlo a occhi chiusi, in grado di farlo automaticamente, con il pilota automatico, che avanza come un automa,
---------------
out of one's element
= fuori del proprio elemento, come un pesce fuor d'acqua,
---------------
out of the ark
= antidiluviano, vecchissimo, vecchio come il cucco,
---------------
p for peter
= p come palermo,
---------------
packed as close as herrings
= pigiati come le sardine,
---------------
parakite
= aquilone usato come paracadute, aquilone senza coda,
---------------
parakites
= aquiloni usati come paracadute, aquiloni senza coda,
---------------
peachiness
= l'essere morbido come una pesca,
---------------
peachinesses
= l'essere morbido come una pesca,
---------------
peachy
= color della pesca, morbido come una pesca, vellutato, eccezionale,
---------------
pearly
= perlaceo, perlato, color perla, lucente come perla, adorno di perle,
---------------
pedicab
= triciclo usato come taxi,
---------------
pedicabs
= tricicli usati come taxi,
---------------
pegboard
= tavoletta perforata utilizzata come segnapunti in alcuni giochi,
---------------
pegboards
= tavolette perforate utilizzate come segnapunti in alcuni giochi,
---------------
phenomenalize
= rappresentare come fenomenico,
---------------
phenomenalized
= rappresentato come fenomenico,
---------------
phenomenalizes
= rappresenta come fenomenico,
---------------
phenomenalizing
= rappresentando come fenomenico,
---------------
photo matte
= fotografia usata come mascherino ,
---------------
photo mattes
= fotografie usate come mascherino ,
---------------
pillowy
= morbido come cuscino, cedevole, soffice,
---------------
pitch-black
= nero come la pece,
---------------
pitchy
= impeciato, pecioso, simile a pece, nero come la pece,
---------------
poor company
= di cattiva compagnia, noioso come compagno,
---------------
postfix
= suffisso, suffissare, aggiungere come suffisso,
---------------
postfixed
= suffissato, aggiunto come suffisso,
---------------
postfixes
= suffissi, suffissa, aggiunge come suffisso,
---------------
postfixing
= suffissando, aggiungendo come suffisso,
---------------
pretest
= pretesto, scusa, addurre come pretesto,
---------------
pretested
= addotto come pretesto,
---------------
pretesting
= adducendo come pretesto,
---------------
pretests
= pretesti, scuse, adduce come pretesto,
---------------
pretext
= pretesto, scusa, addurre come pretesto,
---------------
pretexted
= addotto come pretesto,
---------------
pretexting
= adducendo come pretesto,
---------------
pretexts
= pretesti, scuse, adduce come pretesto,
---------------
process plate
= diapositiva usata come fondale nella proiezione frontale ,
---------------
process plates
= diapositive usate come fondali nella proiezione frontale ,
---------------
putty in hands of
= come creta nelle mani di,
---------------
q for queen
= q come quarto,
---------------
qed
= come volevasi dimostrare,
---------------
quasi
= quasi, pressoché, come a dire,
---------------
r for robert
= r come roma,
---------------
r for roger
= r come roma,
---------------
rated u
= classificato come adatto a tutti,
---------------
razor-sharp
= affilato come un rasoio,
---------------
razor-sharp blade
= lama affilata come un rasoio,
---------------
razor-sharp blades
= lame affilate come rasoi,
---------------
read-through
= lettura come prova,
---------------
read-throughs
= letture come prova,
---------------
received into the church
= entrata nella chiesa come monaca, entrato nella chiesa con il battesimo, entrato nella chiesa con la prima comunione, convertito,
---------------
rich beyond the dreams of avarice
= ricco come creso,
---------------
rubbery
= gommoso, duro come la gomma, tiglioso,
---------------
rumor
= diceria, voce, chiacchiera, far correr voce, riferire come diceria,
---------------
rumored
= fatto correr voce, riferito come diceria,
---------------
rumoring
= facendo correr voce, riferendo come diceria,
---------------
rumors
= dicerie, voci, chiacchiere, fa correr voce, riferisce come diceria,
---------------
rumour
= diceria, voce, chiacchiera, far correr voce, riferire come diceria,
---------------
rumoured
= fatto correr voce, riferito come diceria,
---------------
rumouring
= facendo correr voce, riferendo come diceria,
---------------
rumours
= dicerie, voci, chiacchiere, fa correr voce, riferisce come diceria,
---------------
s for sugar
= s come salerno ,
---------------
saclike
= come un sacco , simile a un sacco ,
---------------
sang like a bird
= cantato come un usignolo , cantato ,
---------------
sardine
= sardina , sarda , stipare , pigiare come sardine ,
---------------
sardined
= stipato , pigiato come sardine ,
---------------
sardines
= sardine , sarde , stipa , pigia come sardine ,
---------------
sardining
= stipando , pigiando come sardine ,
---------------
saw which way the cat jumps
= aspettato di vedere come si mettevano le cose ,
---------------
schedular
= tabellare , come elenco ,
---------------
see which way the cat jumps
= aspettare di vedere come si mettono le cose ,
---------------
seeing which way the cat jumps
= aspettando di vedere come si mettono le cose ,
---------------
seen which way the cat jumps
= aspettato di vedere come si mettevano le cose ,
---------------
sees which way the cat jumps
= aspetta di vedere come si mettono le cose ,
---------------
serve as the basis for
= servire da base per , servire come punto di partenza per ,
---------------
served as the basis for
= servito da base per , servito come punto di partenza per ,
---------------
serves as the basis for
= serve da base per , serve come punto di partenza per ,
---------------
serving as the basis for
= servendo da base per , servendo come punto di partenza per ,
---------------
shanghai
= sciangai , imbarcare come marinaio portandolo a bordo a forza ,
---------------
shanghaied
= imbarcato forzatamente come marinaio ,
---------------
shanghaiing
= imbarcando forzatamente come marinaio ,
---------------
shanghais
= imbarca come marinaio portandolo a bordo a forza ,
---------------
she hasn't come yet
= non è ancora arrivata ,
---------------
she was in the altogether
= era come mamma l'ha fatta ,
---------------
sibilate
= sibilare , pronunziare come sibilante ,
---------------
sibilated
= sibilato , pronunziato come sibilante ,
---------------
sibilates
= sibila , pronunzia come sibilante ,
---------------
sibilating
= sibilando , pronunziando come sibilante ,
---------------
sibilation
= il pronunziare come sibilante , suono sibilante ,
---------------
sibilations
= il pronunziare come sibilante , suoni sibilanti ,
---------------
sing like a bird
= cantare come un usignolo , cantare ,
---------------
singing like a bird
= cantando come un usignolo , cantando ,
---------------
sings like a bird
= canta come un usignolo , canta ,
---------------
slave
= schiavo , schiava , lavorare come uno schiavo , sgobbare ,
---------------
slaved
= lavorato come uno schiavo , sgobbato ,
---------------
slaves
= schiavi , schiave , lavora come uno schiavo , sgobba ,
---------------
slaving
= lavorando come uno schiavo , sgobbando ,
---------------
smooth as a baby's bottom
= liscio come il culetto di un bambino ,
---------------
snaillike
= come una lumaca , simile a lumaca ,
---------------
snakelike
= simile a un serpente , come un serpente ,
---------------
snow-white
= biancaneve , bianco come la neve , niveo ,
---------------
so come on already
= su! dai! ,
---------------
speak like a book
= parlare come un libro stampato ,
---------------
speaking like a book
= parlando come un libro stampato ,
---------------
speaks like a book
= parla come un libro stampato ,
---------------
spoke like a book
= parlato come un libro stampato ,
---------------
spoken like a book
= parlato come un libro stampato ,
---------------
starkers
= completamente nudo , nudo come un verme , nudo nato ,
---------------
starlike
= luminoso come una stella , brillante , lucente , fatto a stella , stellato ,
---------------
starry
= stellato , fulgido di stelle , luminoso come una stella , brillante ,
---------------
stone cold
= freddo come il marmo ,
---------------
stone-blind
= cieco come una talpa ,
---------------
stone-cold
= freddo come il marmo ,
---------------
stone-deaf
= sordo come una campana ,
---------------
student film
= film realizzato come saggio scolastico ,
---------------
student films
= film realizzati come saggi scolastici ,
---------------
stunt double
= cascatore usato come controfigura di un attore ,
---------------
stunt doubles
= cascatori usati come controfigure di attori ,
---------------
suffix
= suffisso , suffissare , aggiungere come suffisso ,
---------------
suffixed
= suffissato , aggiunto come suffisso ,
---------------
suffixes
= suffissi , suffissa , aggiunge come suffisso ,
---------------
suffixing
= suffissando , aggiungendo come suffisso ,
---------------
suffixion
= suffissione , aggiunta come suffisso ,
---------------
suffixions
= suffissioni , aggiunte come suffisso ,
---------------
sung like a bird
= cantato come un usignolo , cantato ,
---------------
sure as god made little apples
= sicuro come la morte ,
---------------
swanlike
= di cigno , simile a un cigno , aggraziato come un cigno ,
---------------
swear like a bargee
= bestemmiare come un turco ,
---------------
swearing like a bargee
= bestemmiando come un turco ,
---------------
swears like a bargee
= bestemmia come un turco ,
---------------
swore like a bargee
= bestemmiato come un turco ,
---------------
t for tare
= t come torino ,
---------------
t for tommy
= t come torino ,
---------------
target
= bersaglio , obiettivo , semaforo , targa , bandiera circolare , porre come bersaglio - obiettivo ,
---------------
targeted
= posto come bersaglio - obiettivo ,
---------------
targeting
= ponendo come bersaglio - obiettivo ,
---------------
targets
= bersagli , obiettivi , semafori , bandiere circolari , targhe , pone come bersaglio - obiettivo ,
---------------
tell about the birds and the bees
= spiegare come nascono i bambini ,
---------------
telling about the birds and the bees
= spiegando come nascono i bambini ,
---------------
tells about the birds and the bees
= spiega come nascono i bambini ,
---------------
tesl
= insegnamento dell'inglese come seconda lingua , tesl ,
---------------
testudinal
= di testuggine , testuggineo , chiazzato come lo scudo d'una testuggine ,
---------------
testudinarious
= di testuggine , testuggineo , chiazzato come lo scudo d'una testuggine ,
---------------
textless main and end titles
= copia di distribuzione internazionale con le sequenze filmate utilizzate come fondale dei titoli di testa e di coda ma senza i testi ,
---------------
the birds and the bees
= come nascono i bambini , le cicogne e i cavoli ,
---------------
the devil is not so black as he is painted
= il diavolo non è così brutto come lo si dipinge ,
---------------
the light of one's life
= caro come la luce degli occhi ,
---------------
the same as always
= come sempre ,
---------------
the worst is yet to come
= il peggio deve ancora venire ,
---------------
they may come yet
= potrebbero ancora arrivare ,
---------------
they may yet come
= potrebbero ancora arrivare ,
---------------
till the cows come home
= un sacco di tempo ,
---------------
to come
= futuro , venturo , a venire ,
---------------
told about the birds and the bees
= spiegato come nascono i bambini ,
---------------
travelling matte shot
= inquadratura con maschera mobile , trucco cinematografico nel quale due scene vengono combinate l'una come fondo e l'altra ripresa su fondo blu ,
---------------
treat like dirt
= trattare come spazzatura ,
---------------
treated like dirt
= trattato come spazzatura ,
---------------
treating like dirt
= trattando come spazzatura ,
---------------
treats like dirt
= tratta come spazzatura ,
---------------
turn as red as a beet
= diventare rosso come un peperone ,
---------------
turn as red as a beetroot
= diventare rosso come un peperone ,
---------------
turned as red as a beet
= diventato rosso come un peperone ,
---------------
turning as red as a beet
= diventando rosso come un peperone ,
---------------
turns as red as a beet
= diventa rosso come un peperone ,
---------------
u for uncle
= u come udine ,
---------------
unable to come
= impossibilitato a venire ,
---------------
understudied
= studiato come sostituto , sostituito , fatto da sostituto ,
---------------
understudies
= sostituti , attori supplenti , attrici supplenti , controfigure , studia come sostituto , sostituisce , fa da sostituto ,
---------------
understudy
= sostituto , attore supplente , attrice supplente , controfigura , studiare come sostituto , sostituire , fare da sostituto ,
---------------
understudying
= studiando come sostituto , sostituendo , facendo da sostituto ,
---------------
v for victor
= v come verona ,
---------------
vise-like
= come una morsa ,
---------------
viselike
= come una morsa ,
---------------
x for x-ray
= x come xantia ,
---------------
x for xmas
= x come xantia ,
---------------
xanthan
= gomma naturale prodotta dalla fermentazione dei batteri del glucosio e usata come stabilizzatore di cibi ,
---------------
xanthan gum
= gomma naturale prodotta dalla fermentazione dei batteri del glucosio e usata come stabilizzatore di cibi ,
---------------
Coniugazione:2 - compiere
Ausiliare:avere/essere transitivo/intransitivo
INDICATIVO - attivo
Presente
io compio
tu compi
egli compie
noi compiamo
voi compite
essi compiono
Imperfetto
io compievo
tu compievi
egli compieva
noi compievamo
voi compievate
essi compievano
Passato remoto
io compiei
tu compiesti
egli compié
noi compiemmo
voi compieste
essi compierono
Passato prossimo
io
tu
egli
noi
voi
essi
Trapassato prossimo
io
tu
egli
noi
voi
essi
Trapassato remoto
io
tu
egli
noi
voi
essi
Futuro semplice
io compirò
tu compirai
egli compirà
noi compiremo
voi compirete
essi compiranno
Futuro anteriore
io
tu
egli
noi
voi
essi
CONGIUNTIVO - attivo
Presente
che io compia
che tu compia
che egli compia
che noi compiamo
che voi compiate
che essi compiano
Passato
che io
che tu
che egli
che noi
che voi
che essi
Imperfetto
che io compiessi
che tu compiessi
che egli compiesse
che noi compiessimo
che voi compieste
che essi compiéssero
Trapassato
che io
che tu
che egli
che noi
che voi
che essi
CONDIZIONALE - attivo
Presente
io compirei
tu compiresti
egli compirebbe
noi compiremmo
voi compireste
essi compirebbero
Passato
io
tu
egli
noi
voi
essi
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
IMPERATIVO - attivo
Presente
-
compia
compiamo
compiete
compiano
compirai
Futuro
-
compiremo
compirete
compiranno
compiente
compiendo
INFINITO - attivo
Presente
compier
Passato
essersi -
PARTICIPIO - attivo
Presente
compiente
Passato
-
 
 
GERUNDIO - attivo
Presente
compiuti
Passato
Verb: to come-came-come
Ausiliar: to have - intransitivo
Affermative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
I come true
you come true
he/she/it comes true
we come true
you come true
they come true
Simple past
I came true
you came true
he/she/it came true
we came true
you came true
they came true
Simple past
I came true
you came true
he/she/it came true
we came true
you came true
they came true
Present perfect
I have come true
you have come true
he/she/it has come true
we have come true
you have come true
they have come true
Past perfect
I had come true
you had come true
he/she/it had come true
we had come true
you had come true
they had come true
Past perfect
I had come true
you had come true
he/she/it had come true
we had come true
you had come true
they had come true
Simple future
I will come true
you will come true
he/she/it will come true
we will come true
you will come true
they will come true
Future perfect
I will have come true
you will have come true
he/she/it will have come true
we will have come true
you will have come true
they will have come true
Present continuous
I am coming true
you are coming true
he/she/it is coming true
we are coming true
you are coming true
they are coming true
Past simple continuous
I was coming true
you were coming true
he/she/it was coming true
we were coming true
you were coming true
they were coming true
Future continuous
I will be coming true
you will be coming true
he/she/it will be coming true
we will be coming true
you will be coming true
they will be coming true
Future perfect continuous
I will have been coming true
you will have been coming true
he/she/it will have been coming true
we will have been coming true
you will have been coming true
they will have been coming true
Present perfect continuous
I have been coming true
you have been coming true
he/she/it has been coming true
we have been coming true
you have been coming true
they have been coming true
Past perfect continuous
I had been coming true
you had been coming true
he/she/it had been coming true
we had been coming true
you had been coming true
they had been coming true
Affermative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That I come true
That you come true
That he/she/it come true
That we come true
That you come true
That they come true
Present perfect
That I have come true
That you have come true
That he/she/it have come true
That we have come true
That you have come true
That they have come true
Simple past
That I came true
That you came true
That he/she/it came true
That we came true
That you came true
That they came true
Past perfect
That I had come true
That you had come true
That he/she/it had come true
That we had come true
That you had come true
That they had come true
Affermative - CONDITIONAL
Present
I would come true
you would come true
we would come true
we would come true
you would come true
they would come true
Past
I would have come
you would have come
he/she/it would have come
we would have come
you would have come
they would have come
Present continous
I would be coming true
you would be coming true
we would be coming true
we would be coming true
you would be coming true
they would be coming true
Past continous
I would have been coming
you would have been coming
he/she/it would have been coming
we would have been coming
you would have been coming
they would have been coming
Affermative - IMPERATIVE
Present
let me come true
come true
let him come true
let us come true
come true
let them come true
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Affermative - INFINITIVE
Present
to come
Past
to have come
Present continous
to be coming
Perfect continous
to have been coming
Affermative - PARTICIPLE
Present
coming
Past
come
Perfect
having come
Affermative - GERUND
Present
coming
Past
having come
Negative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
I do not come true
you do not come true
he/she/it does not comes true
we do not come true
you do not come true
they do not come true
Simple past
I did not come true
you did not come true
he/she/it did not come true
we did not come true
you did not come true
they did not come true
Simple past
I did not come true
you did not come true
he/she/it did not come true
we did not come true
you did not come true
they did not come true
Present perfect
I have not come true
you have not come true
he/she/it has not come true
we have not come true
you have not come true
they have not come true
Past perfect
I had not come true
you had not come true
he/she/it had not come true
we had not come true
you had not come true
they had not come true
Past perfect
I had not come true
you had not come true
he/she/it had not come true
we had not come true
you had not come true
they had not come true
Simple future
I will not come true
you will not come true
he/she/it will not come true
we will not come true
you will not come true
they will not come true
Future perfect
I will not have come true
you will not have come true
he/she/it will not have come true
we will not have come true
you will not have come true
they will not have come true
Present continuous
I am not coming true
you are not coming true
he/she/it is not coming true
we are not coming true
you are not coming true
they are not coming true
Past simple continuous
I was not coming true
you were not coming true
he/she/it was not coming true
we were not coming true
you were not coming true
they were not coming true
Future continuous
I will not be coming true
you will not be coming true
he/she/it will not be coming true
we will not be coming true
you will not be coming true
they will not be coming true
Future perfect continuous
I will not have been coming true
you will not have been coming true
he/she/it will not have been coming true
we will not have been coming true
you will not have been coming true
they will not have been coming true
Present perfect continuous
I have not been coming true
you have not been coming true
he/she/it has not been coming true
we have not been coming true
you have not been coming true
they have not been coming true
Past perfect continuous
I had not been coming true
you had not been coming true
he/she/it had not been coming true
we had not been coming true
you had not been coming true
they had not been coming true
Negative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That I do not come true
That you do not come true
That he/she/it does not come true
That we do not come true
That you do not come true
That they do not come true
Present perfect
That I have not come true
That you have not come true
That he/she/it have not come true
That we have not come true
That you have not come true
That they have not come true
Simple past
That I did not come true
That you did not come true
That he/she/it did not come true
That we did not come true
That you did not come true
That they did not come true
Past perfect
That I had not come true
That you had not come true
That he/she/it had not come true
That we had not come true
That you had not come true
That they had not come true
Negative - CONDITIONAL
Present
I would not come true
you would not come true
we would not come true
we would not come true
you would not come true
they would not come true
Past
I would not have come
you would not have come
he/she/it would not have come
we would not have come
you would not have come
they would not have come
Present continous
I would not be coming true
you would not be coming true
we would not be coming true
we would not be coming true
you would not be coming true
they would not be coming true
Past continous
I would not have been coming
you would not have been coming
he/she/it would not have been coming
we would not have been coming
you would not have been coming
they would not have been coming
Negative - IMPERATIVE
Present
do not let me come true
do not come true
do not let him come true
do not let us come true
do not come true
do not let them come true
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Negative - INFINITIVE
Present
not to come
Past
not to have come
Present continous
not to be coming
Perfect continous
not to have been coming
Negative - PARTICIPLE
Present
not coming
Past
not come
Perfect
not having come
Negative - GERUND
Present
not coming
Past
not having come
Interrogative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
do I come true?
do you come true?
does she/he/it comes true?
do we come true?
do you come true?
do they come true?
Simple past
did I come true?
did you come true?
did she/he/it come true?
did we come true?
did you come true?
did they come true?
Simple past
did I come true?
did you come true?
did she/he/it come true?
did we come true?
did you come true?
did they come true?
Present perfect
have I come true?
have you come true?
has she/he/it come true?
have we come true?
have you come true?
have they come true?
Past perfect
had I come true?
had you come true?
had she/he/it come true?
had we come true?
had you come true?
had they come true?
Past perfect
had I come true?
had you come true?
had she/he/it come true?
had we come true?
had you come true?
had they come true?
Simple future
will I come true?
will you come true?
will she/he/it come true?
will we come true?
will you come true?
will they come true?
Future perfect
will I have come true?
will you have come true?
will she/he/it have come true?
will we have come true?
will you have come true?
will they have come true?
Present continuous
am I coming true?
are you coming true?
is she/he/it coming true?
are we coming true?
are you coming true?
are they coming true?
Past simple continuous
was I coming true?
were you coming true?
was she/he/it coming true?
were we coming true?
were you coming true?
were they coming true?
Future continuous
will I be coming true?
will you be coming true?
will she/he/it be coming true?
will we be coming true?
will you be coming true?
will they be coming true?
Future perfect continuous
will I have been coming true?
will you have been coming true?
will she/he/it have been coming true?
will we have been coming true?
will you have been coming true?
will they have been coming true?
Present perfect continuous
have I been coming true?
have you been coming true?
has she/he/it been coming true?
have we been coming true?
have you been coming true?
have they been coming true?
Past perfect continuous
had I been coming true?
had you been coming true?
had she/he/it been coming true?
had we been coming true?
had you been coming true?
had they been coming true?
Interrogative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That do I come true?
That do you come true?
That does she/he/it come true?
That do we come true?
That do you come true?
That do they come true?
Present perfect
That have I come true?
That have you come true?
That have she/he/it come true?
That have we come true?
That have you come true?
That have they come true?
Simple past
That did I come true?
That did you come true?
That did she/he/it come true?
That did we come true?
That did you come true?
That did they come true?
Past perfect
That had I come true?
That had you come true?
That had she/he/it come true?
That had we come true?
That had you come true?
That had they come true?
Interrogative - CONDITIONAL
Present
would I come true?
would you come true?
would she/he/it come true?
would we come true?
would you come true?
would they come true?
Past
would I have come?
would you have come?
would she/he/it have come?
would we have come?
would you have come?
would they have come?
Present continous
would I be coming true?
would you be coming true?
would she/he/it be coming true?
would we be coming true?
would you be coming true?
would they be coming true?
Past continous
would I have been coming?
would you have been coming?
would she/he/it have been coming?
would we have been coming?
would you have been coming?
would they have been coming?
Interrogative - IMPERATIVE
Present
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Interrogative-Negative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
do I not come true?
do you not come true?
does she/he/it not comes true?
do we not come true?
do you not come true?
do they not come true?
Simple past
did I not come true?
did you not come true?
did she/he/it not come true?
did we not come true?
did you not come true?
did they not come true?
Simple past
did I not come true?
did you not come true?
did she/he/it not come true?
did we not come true?
did you not come true?
did they not come true?
Present perfect
have I not come true?
have you not come true?
has she/he/it not come true?
have we not come true?
have you not come true?
have they not come true?
Past perfect
had I not come true?
had you not come true?
had she/he/it not come true?
had we not come true?
had you not come true?
had they not come true?
Past perfect
had I not come true?
had you not come true?
had she/he/it not come true?
had we not come true?
had you not come true?
had they not come true?
Simple future
will I not come true?
will you not come true?
will she/he/it not come true?
will we not come true?
will you not come true?
will they not come true?
Future perfect
will I not have come true?
will you not have come true?
will she/he/it not have come true?
will we not have come true?
will you not have come true?
will they not have come true?
Present continuous
am I not coming true?
are you not coming true?
is she/he/it not coming true?
are we not coming true?
are you not coming true?
are they not coming true?
Past simple continuous
was I not coming true?
were you not coming true?
was she/he/it not coming true?
were we not coming true?
were you not coming true?
were they not coming true?
Future continuous
will I not be coming true?
will you not be coming true?
will she/he/it not be coming true?
will we not be coming true?
will you not be coming true?
will they not be coming true?
Future perfect continuous
will I not have been coming true?
will you not have been coming true?
will she/he/it not have been coming true?
will we not have been coming true?
will you not have been coming true?
will they not have been coming true?
Present perfect continuous
have I not been coming true?
have you not been coming true?
has she/he/it not been coming true?
have we not been coming true?
have you not been coming true?
have they not been coming true?
Past perfect continuous
had I not been coming true?
had you not been coming true?
had she/he/it not been coming true?
had we not been coming true?
had you not been coming true?
had they not been coming true?
Interrogative-Negative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That do I not come true?
That do you not come true?
That does she/he/it not come true?
That do we not come true?
That do you not come true?
That do they not come true?
Present perfect
That have I not come true?
That have you not come true?
That have she/he/it not come true?
That have we not come true?
That have you not come true?
That have they not come true?
Simple past
That did I not come true?
That did you not come true?
That did she/he/it not come true?
That did we not come true?
That did you not come true?
That did they not come true?
Past perfect
That had I not come true?
That had you not come true?
That had she/he/it not come true?
That had we not come true?
That had you not come true?
That had they not come true?
Interrogative-Negative - CONDITIONAL
Present
would I not come true?
would you not come true?
would she/he/it not come true?
would we not come true?
would you not come true?
would they not come true?
Past
would I not have come?
would you not have come?
would she/he/it not have come?
would we not have come?
would you not have come?
would they not have come?
Present continous
would I not be coming true?
would you not be coming true?
would she/he/it not be coming true?
would we not be coming true?
would you not be coming true?
would they not be coming true?
Past continous
would I not have been coming?
would you not have been coming?
would she/he/it not have been coming?
would we not have been coming?
would you not have been coming?
would they not have been coming?
Interrogative-Negative - IMPERATIVE
Present