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* Che però Gertrude , conoscendo i sentimenti che s'avevan per lei in quel luogo , poteva preveder con certezza qual sarebbe questa risposta ; e che intanto nessuna regola proibiva alla badessa e alle suore di manifestare la consolazione che sentivano di quella richiesta .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)<>
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* Entrò nella solita stanza , e fece la sua deposizione: come era giunto ad alloggiar da lui un forestiero , che non aveva mai voluto manifestare il suo nome .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)<>
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* Fu lì lì per farsi insegnar la strada da qualcheduno de' suoi liberatori ; ma siccome nel poco tempo che aveva avuto per meditare su' casi suoi , gli eran passate per la mente certe idee su quello spadaio così obbligante , padre di quattro figliuoli , così , a buon conto , non volle manifestare i suoi disegni a una gran brigata , dove ce ne poteva essere qualche altro di quel conio ; e risolvette subito d'allontanarsi in fretta di lì: che la strada se la farebbe poi insegnare , in luogo dove nessuno sapesse chi era , né il perché la domandasse .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)<>
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Ma, suggeritagli l'idea che da quella conferenza del Mèola avrebbe tratto argomento di predica per la settimana ventura contro l'intolleranza che voleva impedire ai fedeli di manifestare la propria divozione alla Vergine, con parecchi: - "Capisco, ma...(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Ma poi, prima il Cleen, con qualche ritegno, lo pregò di tradurre per Venerina un pensiero gentile che egli non avrebbe saputo manifestarle; quindi Venerina, timida e accesa, lo pregò di ringraziarlo e di dirgli...(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Il Cleen la guardava, e quegli sguardi fieri gli parevano vampate di passione per lui: gli piaceva quello sdegno; ma ogni qualvolta gli veniva di manifestarle ciò che sentiva o di confidarle qualcosa, gli pareva d'urtare contro un muro, e taceva e sorrideva, senza intendere che quella bontà sorridente, in certi casi, non poteva piacere a Venerina.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Ma non aveva voluto manifestare cosí in prima alla madre il suo dubbio, per non farle nascere di improvviso foss'anche una tenue speranza.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Per conto suo, stimò da ciarlatano e peggio la seconda visita, quel venire proprio nel giorno che la marchesa era morta a manifestare un dubbio, ad accendere una speranza di quella sorta.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Non vuole che l'amarezza delle tristi esperienze insidii e corroda la saldezza della nuova fede, e preferisce manifestare la sua bontà come affatto ingenua e inesperta, vale a dire come proprio non è.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Accennò della sua padrona di casa, esagerò un poco il pericolo, per pregare Maria lo salvasse prendendolo a dozzina lei: ma il discorso mal preparato non attaccava; e Maria voleva pur ricusando manifestare l’animo suo. (Tommaseo - Fede e bellezza)
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La madre, ritornata da un pezzo con Ghetina dal villino di Monsignore e la sorella Carlotta sono entrate piú volte nello studio a manifestare la loro costernazione, a scongiurarlo a mani giunte di muoversi, d’andare in cerca di lui, per sapere almeno se qualche disgrazia, Dio liberi, non sia accaduta con quelle maledette dimostrazioni.
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La sua novità emergeva dal suo passato come la sirena dal sale amaro, arcana, quasi ne fosse ancor stillante. Il più impreveduto dei suoi gesti pareva avere attraversato un elemento oscuro per manifestarsi, aver mosso dietro di sé un'onda cupa di desiderio per volgersi al desiderio di quell'uno. Tale dei nostri Antichi chiamò alchìmia il liscio delle donne. Anch'ella amava rilevare col nero e col rosso la freschezza dei suoi venticinque anni; e sempre poneva il lutto alle palpebre intorno alle iridi chiare, e talvolta insanguinava di non natìo cinabro la bocca.(D'Annunzio - Forse che sì forse che no)
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— «E poi Amnon l'odiò d'un odio molto grande; perciocché l'odio che le portava era maggiore che l'amore che le aveva portato. Ed egli le disse: Lèvati, vattene via.» Io allora bruscamente le domandai: Chi è Amnon? Rispose: «Quegli che mi cacciò e serrò l'uscio dietro a me,» Poi divagò oscuramente. C'è dentro di lei un travaglio così fiero che, per contenerlo, non le bastano le sue forze umane. Nella più torbida delle sue tempeste dà prova d'una incredibile potenza di costrizione. Sento di continuo il suo sforzo intorno a un nucleo profondo della sua coscienza, su cui essa poggia e preme con tutta sé come per impedirgli d'insorgere e di manifestarsi. (D'Annunzio - Forse che sì forse che no)
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* S'era poi pentito, e come! di questa promessa; ma non aveva osato manifestare il desiderio di leggere almeno quelli di Torino per timore che la madre non lo credesse ancor fisso col pensiero a quella donna. ( Pirandello - Il fu Mattia Pascal )
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* Sarebbe un peccato, via! perché – spiacevole quanto si voglia quest’incidente – i fenomeni accennavano questa sera a manifestarsi con insolita energia. ( Pirandello - Il fu Mattia Pascal )
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* Ma perché intanto Papiano aveva scelto me per manifestar la sua remissione? Aveva voluto con quel segno tranquillarmi, o era esso all’incontro una sfida e significava: «Adesso vedrai se son contento»?
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* Invece di accendersi di più all'aspetto dell'amato cade e sparisce ; invece di manifestarsi in atti amorosi , in parole cordiali , prende le forme della rampogna e la frusta dell' invettiva . (G .Papini - Un uomo finito)
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* Per ricordargli ch’esso è il pensiero e che sarebbe suo compito di manifestarsi , afferro la matita .(I.Svevo - La coscienza di zeno)
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* Invece le sue parole , più miti di quanto avessi temuto , mi diedero il coraggio di manifestare il mio risentimento:
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* Supplicate ora lo spirito che invocaste di manifestarsi movendo il tavolino .(I.Svevo - La coscienza di zeno)*
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* Essa stava per manifestare a Guido una devozione eccessiva perdonandomi perché Guido m’aveva concesso il suo perdono .(I.Svevo - La coscienza di zeno)
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Il mio fervore sparì solo quand’essa m’interruppe per manifestarmi un suo dubbio doloroso:
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* Carla rifiutò dolcemente di nuovo quel denaro ed io allora m’arrabbiai fortemente , ma seppi trattenermi dal manifestare questa rabbia , se non urlando delle parole dolcissime .(I.Svevo - La coscienza di zeno)
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allotropo
= elemento o composto che può assumere forme diverse e manifestare differenti proprietà fisiche e chimiche parola che dà luogo a un'allotropia .
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applaudire
= verbo trans. approvare , intr. manifestare approvazione ,
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augurare
= verbo trans. manifestare il desiderio che accadano eventi lieti o riesca a buon fine qualcosa
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denotare
= dinotare - verbo trans . manifestare - indicare - rivelare
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disvelare
= verbo trans . svelare - palesare - manifestare .
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emergere
= verbo intr . - venire a galla - risultare , manifestarsi , segnalarsi .
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espressione
= l'esprimere - il manifestare
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esteriorizzare
= verbo trans . palesare - manifestare esteriormente
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esternare
= verbo trans . rivelare - esprimere - manifestare ad altri
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estrinsecare
= verbo trans . esternare - esprimere - manifestare
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esultare
= verbo intr . provare - manifestare grande allegrezza
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leucemide
= alterazione o lesione cutanea che si può manifestare nel corso della leucemia
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manifestante
= participio. presente. di manifestare - colui che partecipa a una dimostrazione pubblica
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manifestazione
= il manifestare, il manifestarsi
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nicodemita
= si diceva dei seguaci della riforma protestante che non osavano manifestare pubblicamente la loro fede
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pandere
= verbo trans . mostrare , manifestare , rivelare<>
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preellenico
= anteriore all'insediamento dei popoli greci o al manifestarsi della civiltà greca<>
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preesistere
= verbo intr . esistere prima , ancor prima di manifestare la propria esistenza .<>
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prelatino
= anteriore all'insediamento dei latini o al manifestarsi della civiltà latina o al diffondersi della lingua latina .<>
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primordio
= spec . il primo manifestarsi di una realtà , di un fenomeno , di un processo e sim .<>
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promere
= verbo trans . manifestare , svelare<>
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sfogare
= verbo transitivo , manifestare con energia propri sentimenti o aspettative o stati d'animo
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sfuriare
= verbo transitivo manifestare la propria ira con parole o atti violenti -
= verbo intransitivo sfogarsi ,
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significare
= verbo transitivo manifestare , esprimere un significato , un contenuto , un messaggio , un'informazione ,
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simboleggiare
= verbo transitivo rappresentare , manifestare con simboli ,
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trapelare
= verbo intransitivo , (io trapelo . . . - aus . essere) uscire fuori , filtrare attraverso incrinature , pori o piccole fessure (detto della luce , di liquidi) , la luce trapelava da una fessura - l'acqua trapela dalla parete del serbatoio manifestarsi , venirsi a conoscere da piccoli indizi , la notizia è trapelata - il suo sguardo non lasciava trapelare l'intimo turbamento -
= verbo transitivo , venire a conoscere da piccoli indizi .
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Inglese
Vocabolario e frasi
In nine cases out of ten a women had better show moreaffection than she feels.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "To walk three miles, or four miles, or five miles, or whatever it is,above her ankles in dirt, and alone, quite alone! What could she mean byit? It seems to me to show an abominable sort of conceited independence,a most country-town indifference to decorum.<>
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At least, therefore, I did not assume the character of needlessprecipitance merely to show off before the ladies.<>
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Wickham"by each of them; and in the mean time, she went after dinner to show herring, and boast of being married, to Mrs.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "Go, my dear," cried her mother, "and show her ladyship about thedifferent walks.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "My object then," replied Darcy, "was to show you, by every civility inmy power, that I was not so mean as to resent the past; and I hoped toobtain your forgiveness, to lessen your ill opinion, by letting yousee that your reproofs had been attended to.<>
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He jumped up, and, throwing his arm round the neck of the spinsteraunt, imprinted upon her lips numerous kisses, which after a due show ofstruggling and resistance, she received so passively, that there is notelling how many more Mr. Tupman might have bestowed, if the lady hadnot given a very unaffected start, and exclaimed in an affrighted tone--'Mr. Tupman, we are observed!--we are discovered!'Mr. Tupman looked round.<>
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May I show my gratitude for your kind interference, by inquiring intothe cause, with a view, if possible, to its removal?Ha!' exclaimed Mr. Jingle, with another start--'removal! remove myunhappiness, and your love bestowed upon a man who is insensible to theblessing--who even now contemplates a design upon the affections of theniece of the creature who--but no; he is my friend; I will not exposehis vices.<>
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You'll show your spirit?I will.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) There was a show of hands; the mayor decided in favour of the HonourableSamuel Slumkey, of Slumkey Hall.<>
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A casual observer might have supposedhe did it, only to show his white teeth; but Tom Smart thought that aconsciousness of triumph was passing through the place where the tallman's mind would have been, if he had had any.<>
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His wardrobe was extensive--very extensive--not strictly classicalperhaps, not quite new, nor did it contain any one garment madeprecisely after the fashion of any age or time, but everything was moreor less spangled; and what can be prettier than spangles! It may beobjected that they are not adapted to the daylight, but everybody knowsthat they would glitter if there were lamps; and nothing can be clearerthan that if people give fancy-balls in the day-time, and the dressesdo not show quite as well as they would by night, the fault lies solelywith the people who give the fancy-balls, and is in no wise chargeableon the spangles.<>
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If youjust go to the Magpie and Stump, and ask at the bar for Mr. Lowten,they'll show you in to him, and he's Mr. Perker's clerk.<>
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Here, Charley, show thegentleman in to Mr. Lowten.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Twenty years ago, that pavement was worn with the footsteps of a motherand child, who, day by day, so surely as the morning came, presentedthemselves at the prison gate; often after a night of restless miseryand anxious thoughts, were they there, a full hour too soon, and thenthe young mother turning meekly away, would lead the child to the oldbridge, and raising him in her arms to show him the glistening water,tinted with the light of the morning's sun, and stirring with all thebustling preparations for business and pleasure that the river presentedat that early hour, endeavour to interest his thoughts in the objectsbefore him.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'How can we ever show ourselves in society!' said Miss Nupkins.<>
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Another crack of the whip, and on they speed, at a smart gallop,the horses tossing their heads and rattling the harness, as if inexhilaration at the rapidity of the motion; while the coachman, holdingwhip and reins in one hand, takes off his hat with the other, andresting it on his knees, pulls out his handkerchief, and wipes hisforehead, partly because he has a habit of doing it, and partly becauseit's as well to show the passengers how cool he is, and what an easything it is to drive four-in-hand, when you have had as much practice ashe has.<>
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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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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) '"And now," said the king, fantastically poking the taper corner of hissugar-loaf hat into the sexton's eye, and thereby occasioning him themost exquisite pain; "and now, show the man of misery and gloom, a fewof the pictures from our own great storehouse!"'As the goblin said this, a thick cloud which obscured the remoter endof the cavern rolled gradually away, and disclosed, apparently at agreat distance, a small and scantily furnished, but neat and cleanapartment.<>
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Ifyou'll show me Mr. Pickwick's room I'll step up myself.<>
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Waiter, show this gentleman out.<>
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He might take that opportunityof expressing his firm persuasion that the late Mr. Dibdin, seeing theerrors of his former life, had written that song to show the advantagesof abstinence.<>
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Serjeant Buzfuz,having partially recovered from the state of moral elevation into whichhe had lashed himself, resumed--'I shall show you, gentlemen, that for two years, Pickwick continuedto reside constantly, and without interruption or intermission, at Mrs.<>
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I shall show you that Mrs.<>
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I shall show you that, on manyoccasions, he gave halfpence, and on some occasions even sixpences, toher little boy; and I shall prove to you, by a witness whose testimonyit will be impossible for my learned friend to weaken or controvert,that on one occasion he patted the boy on the head, and, after inquiringwhether he had won any "ALLEY TORS" or "COMMONEYS" lately (both of whichI understand to be a particular species of marbles much prized by theyouth of this town), made use of this remarkable expression, "How shouldyou like to have another father?"<>
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I shall prove to you, gentlemen, thatabout a year ago, Pickwick suddenly began to absent himself from home,during long intervals, as if with the intention of gradually breakingoff from my client; but I shall show you also, that his resolutionwas not at that time sufficiently strong, or that his betterfeelings conquered, if better feelings he has, or that the charms andaccomplishments of my client prevailed against his unmanly intentions,by proving to you, that on one occasion, when he returned from thecountry, he distinctly and in terms, offered her marriage:<>
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Now, attend, Mr. Weller,' said Serjeant Buzfuz, dipping a large peninto the inkstand before him, for the purpose of frightening Sam witha show of taking down his answer.<>
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Dowler invariably brought in, in theform of an appendix, some remarkable fact or circumstance which Mr.Dowler had forgotten, or had perhaps through modesty, omitted; for theaddenda in every instance went to show that Mr. Dowler was even a morewonderful fellow than he made himself out to be.<>
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The greengrocer did as he was told, with a show of great humility, andobsequiously handed Mr. Tuckle the carving-knife; in doing which, heaccidentally gaped.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) The poor greengrocer bowed very humbly while these little epithets werebestowed upon him, in the true spirit of the very smallest tyranny; andwhen everybody had said something to show his superiority, Mr. Tuckleproceeded to carve the leg of mutton, and to help the company.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'I'd show him what I thought of him,' said Mr. Ben Allen.<>
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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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His legs,which, being long, were afflicted with weakness, graced a pair ofOxford-mixture trousers, made to show the full symmetry of thoselimbs.<>
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In which, to show his sincerity, he forthwith pledged thecompany in a draught which half emptied it.<>
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Wy, in support of hisgreat principle that crumpets wos wholesome, and to show that hewouldn't be put out of his way for nobody!' With such like shiftings andchangings of the discourse, did Mr. Weller meet his master's questioningon the night of his taking up his residence in the Fleet.<>
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I'll show 'em the way,' said Smangle, making for the door.<>
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I'll show you, if youlike to come.<>
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Thegentleman in the plush shorts and cottons considering it no part of hisduty to show the people from the office out, consistently declined toanswer the bell, and they showed themselves out.<>
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A few oillamps were scattered at long distances, but they only served to markthe dirty entrance to some narrow close, or to show where a common staircommunicated, by steep and intricate windings, with the various flatsabove.<>
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He noticed, too, that the young fellow in thepowdered wig, notwithstanding his show of gallantry, which was all veryfine and grand, clasped her tight by the wrist when she got in, andfollowed himself immediately afterwards.<>
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I mention the circumstance, to show what avery uncommon sort of person this beautiful young lady must have been,to have affected my uncle in the way she did; he used to say, that asher long dark hair trailed over his arm, and her beautiful dark eyesfixed themselves upon his face when she recovered, he felt so strangeand nervous that his legs trembled beneath him.<>
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I should like to show youa series of eight articles, Sir, that have appeared in the EatanswillGAZETTE.<>
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Mr. Pott, what do you say?'Mr. Pott yielded a ready assent; and all four travellers, each with hisglass in his hand, at once betook themselves to the kitchen, with SamWeller heading the procession to show them the way.<>
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Samivel, show the lady out, andshut the door after her.<>
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You canonly show that he might have done what he did, without committing thecrime.<>
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"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "And it might be called an example of what I said," said the doctorsharply, "about a little scientific knowledge being enough to show howthe tricks are done.<>
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I want to show you how it looks from anotherstandpoint.<>
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"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) When it was fated that the theatre should be turned into a house ofmourning, an opportunity was given to the actors to show many of thereal virtues of their type and trade.<>
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He'd havetried to show up Buddha or Moses.<>
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While he wasdelighted to show his treasures, he seemed to treasure them much morefor the truths supposed to be symbolized in them than for their value incollections, let alone cash.<>
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But Hunter thought it all sheer fraud and wanted to show it up.<>
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agricultural show
= mostra agricola , fiera agricola ,
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air show
= esibizione aeronautica , spettacolo di volo , spettacolo di volo acrobatico , mostra aeronautica , salone aeronautico ,
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as white as show
= bianco come la neve ,
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astonishing show
= spettacolo straordinariamente bello ,
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by show of hands
= per alzata di mano ,
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cattle show
= mostra di bovini ,
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chat show
= programma con interviste di ospiti celebri ,
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crazy show
= roba da matti ,
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crystal of show
= cristallo di neve ,
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crystals of show
= cristalli di neve ,
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disgraceful show
= cosa vergognosa, brutto affare ,
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do show a little spirit
= mostra un po' di forza d'animo! mostra un po' di vigore! mostra un po' di brio! ,
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does the scar still show
= si vede ancora la cicatrice? ,
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galanty show
= ombre cinesi, spettacolo delle ombre cinesi,
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gallant show
= spettacolo sfarzoso,
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on show
= in mostra, esposto, in vetrina,
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one should show deference to one's betters
= si dovrebbe mostrare deferenza a chi è migliore,
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please show your appreciation
= applaudite per favore,
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press show
= presentazione del film in anteprima alla stampa ,
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road show
= anteprima di un film con biglietto d'ingresso più costoso e posti numerati,
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run of show deal
= contratto che lega un attore ad una casa di produzione per un certo numero di settimane ad un salario fisso ,
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shv
= standard high-volume , show , shv ,
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trade show
= proiezione in anteprima per distributori , critici ed esercenti ,
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x-phile
= fan dello show televisivo the x-files ,
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x-philes
= fan dello show televisivo the x-files ,
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Coniugazione:1 - manifestare
Ausiliare:avere transitivo
INDICATIVO - attivo
Presente
io manifesto
tu manifesti
egli manifesta
noi manifestiamo
voi manifestate
essi manifestano
Imperfetto
io manifestavo
tu manifestavi
egli manifestava
noi manifestavamo
voi manifestavate
essi manifestavano
Passato remoto
io manifestai
tu manifestasti
egli manifestò
noi manifestammo
voi manifestaste
essi manifestarono
Passato prossimo
io ho manifestato
tu hai manifestato
egli ha manifestato
noi abbiamo manifestato
voi avete manifestato
essi hanno manifestato
Trapassato prossimo
io avevo manifestato
tu avevi manifestato
egli aveva manifestato
noi avevamo manifestato
voi avevate manifestato
essi avevano manifestato
Trapassato remoto
io ebbi manifestato
tu avesti manifestato
egli ebbe manifestato
noi avemmo manifestato
voi eveste manifestato
essi ebbero manifestato
Futuro semplice
io manifesterò
tu manifesterai
egli manifesterà
noi manifesteremo
voi manifesterete
essi manifesteranno
Futuro anteriore
io avrò manifestato
tu avrai manifestato
egli avrà manifestato
noi avremo manifestato
voi avrete manifestato
essi avranno manifestato
CONGIUNTIVO - attivo
Presente
che io manifesti
che tu manifesti
che egli manifesti
che noi manifestiamo
che voi manifestiate
che essi manifestino
Passato
che io abbia manifestato
che tu abbia manifestato
che egli abbia manifestato
che noi abbiamo manifestato
che voi abbiate manifestato
che essi abbiano manifestato
Imperfetto
che io manifestassi
che tu manifestassi
che egli manifestasse
che noi manifestassimo
che voi manifestaste
che essi manifestassero
Trapassato
che io avessi manifestato
che tu avessi manifestato
che egli avesse manifestato
che noi avessimo manifestato
che voi aveste manifestato
che essi avessero manifestato
CONDIZIONALE - attivo
Presente
io manifesterei
tu manifesteresti
egli manifesterebbe
noi manifesteremmo
voi manifestereste
essi manifesterebbero
Passato
io avrei manifestato
tu avresti manifestato
egli avrebbe manifestato
noi avremmo manifestato
voi avreste manifestato
essi avrebbero manifestato
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
IMPERATIVO - attivo
Presente
-
manifesta
manifesti
manifestiamo
manifestate
manifestino
Futuro
-
manifesterai
manifesterà
manifesteremo
manifesterete
manifesteranno
INFINITO - attivo
Presente
manifestar
Passato
essersi manifestato
PARTICIPIO - attivo
Presente
manifestante
Passato
manifestato
 
 
GERUNDIO - attivo
Presente
manifestando
Passato
avendo manifestato
Verb: to show-showed-shown
Ausiliar: to have - transitivo
Affermative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
I show
you show
he/she/it shows
we show
you show
they show
Simple past
I showed
you showed
he/she/it showed
we showed
you showed
they showed
Simple past
I showed
you showed
he/she/it showed
we showed
you showed
they showed
Present perfect
I have shown
you have shown
he/she/it has shown
we have shown
you have shown
they have shown
Past perfect
I had shown
you had shown
he/she/it had shown
we had shown
you had shown
they had shown
Past perfect
I had shown
you had shown
he/she/it had shown
we had shown
you had shown
they had shown
Simple future
I will show
you will show
he/she/it will show
we will show
you will show
they will show
Future perfect
I will have shown
you will have shown
he/she/it will have shown
we will have shown
you will have shown
they will have shown
Present continuous
I am showing
you are showing
he/she/it is showing
we are showing
you are showing
they are showing
Past simple continuous
I was showing
you were showing
he/she/it was showing
we were showing
you were showing
they were showing
Future continuous
I will be showing
you will be showing
he/she/it will be showing
we will be showing
you will be showing
they will be showing
Future perfect continuous
I will have been showing
you will have been showing
he/she/it will have been showing
we will have been showing
you will have been showing
they will have been showing
Present perfect continuous
I have been showing
you have been showing
he/she/it has been showing
we have been showing
you have been showing
they have been showing
Past perfect continuous
I had been showing
you had been showing
he/she/it had been showing
we had been showing
you had been showing
they had been showing
Affermative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That I show
That you show
That he/she/it show
That we show
That you show
That they show
Present perfect
That I have shown
That you have shown
That he/she/it have shown
That we have shown
That you have shown
That they have shown
Simple past
That I showed
That you showed
That he/she/it showed
That we showed
That you showed
That they showed
Past perfect
That I had shown
That you had shown
That he/she/it had shown
That we had shown
That you had shown
That they had shown
Affermative - CONDITIONAL
Present
I would show
you would show
we would show
we would show
you would show
they would show
Past
I would have shown
you would have shown
he/she/it would have shown
we would have shown
you would have shown
they would have shown
Present continous
I would be showing
you would be showing
we would be showing
we would be showing
you would be showing
they would be showing
Past continous
I would have been showing
you would have been showing
he/she/it would have been showing
we would have been showing
you would have been showing
they would have been showing
Affermative - IMPERATIVE
Present
let me show
show
let him show
let us show
show
let them show
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Affermative - INFINITIVE
Present
to show
Past
to have shown
Present continous
to be showing
Perfect continous
to have been showing
Affermative - PARTICIPLE
Present
showing
Past
shown
Perfect
having shown
Affermative - GERUND
Present
showing
Past
having shown
Negative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
I do not show
you do not show
he/she/it does not shows
we do not show
you do not show
they do not show
Simple past
I did not show
you did not show
he/she/it did not show
we did not show
you did not show
they did not show
Simple past
I did not show
you did not show
he/she/it did not show
we did not show
you did not show
they did not show
Present perfect
I have not shown
you have not shown
he/she/it has not shown
we have not shown
you have not shown
they have not shown
Past perfect
I had not shown
you had not shown
he/she/it had not shown
we had not shown
you had not shown
they had not shown
Past perfect
I had not shown
you had not shown
he/she/it had not shown
we had not shown
you had not shown
they had not shown
Simple future
I will not show
you will not show
he/she/it will not show
we will not show
you will not show
they will not show
Future perfect
I will not have shown
you will not have shown
he/she/it will not have shown
we will not have shown
you will not have shown
they will not have shown
Present continuous
I am not showing
you are not showing
he/she/it is not showing
we are not showing
you are not showing
they are not showing
Past simple continuous
I was not showing
you were not showing
he/she/it was not showing
we were not showing
you were not showing
they were not showing
Future continuous
I will not be showing
you will not be showing
he/she/it will not be showing
we will not be showing
you will not be showing
they will not be showing
Future perfect continuous
I will not have been showing
you will not have been showing
he/she/it will not have been showing
we will not have been showing
you will not have been showing
they will not have been showing
Present perfect continuous
I have not been showing
you have not been showing
he/she/it has not been showing
we have not been showing
you have not been showing
they have not been showing
Past perfect continuous
I had not been showing
you had not been showing
he/she/it had not been showing
we had not been showing
you had not been showing
they had not been showing
Negative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That I do not show
That you do not show
That he/she/it does not show
That we do not show
That you do not show
That they do not show
Present perfect
That I have not shown
That you have not shown
That he/she/it have not shown
That we have not shown
That you have not shown
That they have not shown
Simple past
That I did not show
That you did not show
That he/she/it did not show
That we did not show
That you did not show
That they did not show
Past perfect
That I had not shown
That you had not shown
That he/she/it had not shown
That we had not shown
That you had not shown
That they had not shown
Negative - CONDITIONAL
Present
I would not show
you would not show
we would not show
we would not show
you would not show
they would not show
Past
I would not have shown
you would not have shown
he/she/it would not have shown
we would not have shown
you would not have shown
they would not have shown
Present continous
I would not be showing
you would not be showing
we would not be showing
we would not be showing
you would not be showing
they would not be showing
Past continous
I would not have been showing
you would not have been showing
he/she/it would not have been showing
we would not have been showing
you would not have been showing
they would not have been showing
Negative - IMPERATIVE
Present
do not let me show
do not show
do not let him show
do not let us show
do not show
do not let them show
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Negative - INFINITIVE
Present
not to show
Past
not to have shown
Present continous
not to be showing
Perfect continous
not to have been showing
Negative - PARTICIPLE
Present
not showing
Past
not shown
Perfect
not having shown
Negative - GERUND
Present
not showing
Past
not having shown
Interrogative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
do I show ?
do you show ?
does she/he/it shows ?
do we show ?
do you show ?
do they show ?
Simple past
did I show ?
did you show ?
did she/he/it show ?
did we show ?
did you show ?
did they show ?
Simple past
did I show ?
did you show ?
did she/he/it show ?
did we show ?
did you show ?
did they show ?
Present perfect
have I shown ?
have you shown ?
has she/he/it shown ?
have we shown ?
have you shown ?
have they shown ?
Past perfect
had I shown ?
had you shown ?
had she/he/it shown ?
had we shown ?
had you shown ?
had they shown ?
Past perfect
had I shown ?
had you shown ?
had she/he/it shown ?
had we shown ?
had you shown ?
had they shown ?
Simple future
will I show ?
will you show ?
will she/he/it show ?
will we show ?
will you show ?
will they show ?
Future perfect
will I have shown ?
will you have shown ?
will she/he/it have shown ?
will we have shown ?
will you have shown ?
will they have shown ?
Present continuous
am I showing ?
are you showing ?
is she/he/it showing ?
are we showing ?
are you showing ?
are they showing ?
Past simple continuous
was I showing ?
were you showing ?
was she/he/it showing ?
were we showing ?
were you showing ?
were they showing ?
Future continuous
will I be showing ?
will you be showing ?
will she/he/it be showing ?
will we be showing ?
will you be showing ?
will they be showing ?
Future perfect continuous
will I have been showing ?
will you have been showing ?
will she/he/it have been showing ?
will we have been showing ?
will you have been showing ?
will they have been showing ?
Present perfect continuous
have I been showing ?
have you been showing ?
has she/he/it been showing ?
have we been showing ?
have you been showing ?
have they been showing ?
Past perfect continuous
had I been showing ?
had you been showing ?
had she/he/it been showing ?
had we been showing ?
had you been showing ?
had they been showing ?
Interrogative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That do I show ?
That do you show ?
That does she/he/it show ?
That do we show ?
That do you show ?
That do they show ?
Present perfect
That have I shown ?
That have you shown ?
That have she/he/it shown ?
That have we shown ?
That have you shown ?
That have they shown ?
Simple past
That did I show ?
That did you show ?
That did she/he/it show ?
That did we show ?
That did you show ?
That did they show ?
Past perfect
That had I shown ?
That had you shown ?
That had she/he/it shown ?
That had we shown ?
That had you shown ?
That had they shown ?
Interrogative - CONDITIONAL
Present
would I show ?
would you show ?
would she/he/it show ?
would we show ?
would you show ?
would they show ?
Past
would I have shown?
would you have shown?
would she/he/it have shown?
would we have shown?
would you have shown?
would they have shown?
Present continous
would I be showing ?
would you be showing ?
would she/he/it be showing ?
would we be showing ?
would you be showing ?
would they be showing ?
Past continous
would I have been showing?
would you have been showing?
would she/he/it have been showing?
would we have been showing?
would you have been showing?
would they have been showing?
Interrogative - IMPERATIVE
Present
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Interrogative-Negative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
do I not show ?
do you not show ?
does she/he/it not shows ?
do we not show ?
do you not show ?
do they not show ?
Simple past
did I not show ?
did you not show ?
did she/he/it not show ?
did we not show ?
did you not show ?
did they not show ?
Simple past
did I not show ?
did you not show ?
did she/he/it not show ?
did we not show ?
did you not show ?
did they not show ?
Present perfect
have I not shown ?
have you not shown ?
has she/he/it not shown ?
have we not shown ?
have you not shown ?
have they not shown ?
Past perfect
had I not shown ?
had you not shown ?
had she/he/it not shown ?
had we not shown ?
had you not shown ?
had they not shown ?
Past perfect
had I not shown ?
had you not shown ?
had she/he/it not shown ?
had we not shown ?
had you not shown ?
had they not shown ?
Simple future
will I not show ?
will you not show ?
will she/he/it not show ?
will we not show ?
will you not show ?
will they not show ?
Future perfect
will I not have shown ?
will you not have shown ?
will she/he/it not have shown ?
will we not have shown ?
will you not have shown ?
will they not have shown ?
Present continuous
am I not showing ?
are you not showing ?
is she/he/it not showing ?
are we not showing ?
are you not showing ?
are they not showing ?
Past simple continuous
was I not showing ?
were you not showing ?
was she/he/it not showing ?
were we not showing ?
were you not showing ?
were they not showing ?
Future continuous
will I not be showing ?
will you not be showing ?
will she/he/it not be showing ?
will we not be showing ?
will you not be showing ?
will they not be showing ?
Future perfect continuous
will I not have been showing ?
will you not have been showing ?
will she/he/it not have been showing ?
will we not have been showing ?
will you not have been showing ?
will they not have been showing ?
Present perfect continuous
have I not been showing ?
have you not been showing ?
has she/he/it not been showing ?
have we not been showing ?
have you not been showing ?
have they not been showing ?
Past perfect continuous
had I not been showing ?
had you not been showing ?
had she/he/it not been showing ?
had we not been showing ?
had you not been showing ?
had they not been showing ?
Interrogative-Negative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That do I not show ?
That do you not show ?
That does she/he/it not show ?
That do we not show ?
That do you not show ?
That do they not show ?
Present perfect
That have I not shown ?
That have you not shown ?
That have she/he/it not shown ?
That have we not shown ?
That have you not shown ?
That have they not shown ?
Simple past
That did I not show ?
That did you not show ?
That did she/he/it not show ?
That did we not show ?
That did you not show ?
That did they not show ?
Past perfect
That had I not shown ?
That had you not shown ?
That had she/he/it not shown ?
That had we not shown ?
That had you not shown ?
That had they not shown ?
Interrogative-Negative - CONDITIONAL
Present
would I not show ?
would you not show ?
would she/he/it not show ?
would we not show ?
would you not show ?
would they not show ?
Past
would I not have shown?
would you not have shown?
would she/he/it not have shown?
would we not have shown?
would you not have shown?
would they not have shown?
Present continous
would I not be showing ?
would you not be showing ?
would she/he/it not be showing ?
would we not be showing ?
would you not be showing ?
would they not be showing ?
Past continous
would I not have been showing?
would you not have been showing?
would she/he/it not have been showing?
would we not have been showing?
would you not have been showing?
would they not have been showing?
Interrogative-Negative - IMPERATIVE
Present