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* La poveretta , con quella sua voce soave , e allora tutta tremante , aveva appena potuto proferire: - e questo . . .- che don Abbondio le aveva buttato sgarbatamente il tappeto sulla testa e sul viso , per impedirle di pronunziare intera la formola .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)
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* Del resto , era facile accorgersi che aveva due maniere di pronunziarle: una per Renzo , e un'altra per tutta la gente che potesse conoscere .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)
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Sotto i baffi gi grigi le labbra, un po' storte, si spiccicarono e lavorarono un pezzo con la lingua annodata a pronunziare qualche parola: - O...(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)
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Ma tutta la loro conversazione si riduceva, per Venerina che non intendeva il francese e tanto meno il norvegese, a una variazione di tono nel pronunziare il nome di lui, Cleen.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)
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Prego, s, ma poich egli non riusciva a pronunziare correttamente questa nuova parola, quando voleva qualche cosa, aspettava che Venerina si voltasse a guardarlo, e allora congiungeva le mani in segno di preghiera e quindi spiccicava pi che mai imperioso e reciso il suo voglio.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)
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I suoi nuovi compagni non lo amavano, non lo comprendevano, n volevano comprenderlo; lo deridevano per il suo modo di pronunziare quelle poche parole d'italiano che gi era riuscito a imparare; e lui, per non far peggio, doveva costringere la sua stizza segreta a sorridere di quel volgare e stupido dileggio.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)
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- Si sa che ti burlano, se dici cos! chiaro, chiaro! Ci vuol tanto, Maria Santissima? Il povero Cleen - che poteva fare? - sorrideva, mansueto, e si provava a pronunziar meglio.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)
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Non era ancor riuscita, dopo sei mesi, a pronunziare correttamente il nome che il Mori aveva imposto al bambino: Leonida.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)
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Tu avevi giurato di non pronunziare pi il suo nome .( Grazia Deledda - Canne al vento)
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Zia Noemi scappata come di volo , vedendomi ! Proprio non mi perdoner mai ! Che cosa ti ha raccontato , dimmi ? Che non vuol pi vedermi , che ha giurato di non pronunziare pi il mio nome ? Lo so: ma non importa .( Grazia Deledda - Canne al vento)
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- Al primo moto di sdegno, pronunziare il nome un dellaltro. (Tommaseo - Fede e bellezza)
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pronunciare o pronunziare ,
= verbo trans . articolare per mezzo della voce
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sussurrare
= verbo transitivo pronunziare a bassa voce ,
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susurrare
= sussurrare , verbo transitivo pronunziare a bassa voce ,
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Inglese
Vocabolario e frasi
one himself at Netherfield. Such amiable qualities must speak for
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in your eyes. I never heard you speak ill of a human being in your
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"Upon my word, I cannot exactly explain the matter; Darcy must speak for
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* "The person of whom I speak is a gentleman, and a stranger.
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got to-day. Lydia, my love, ring the bell--I must speak to Hill this
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two daughters married; and the man whom she could not bear to speak of
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* Mr. Wickham began to speak on more general topics, Meryton, the
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not often speak unnecessarily to Mr. Collins, she could not help asking
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"Sometimes. One must speak a little, you know. It would look odd to be
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* "For heaven's sake, madam, speak lower. What advantage can it be for you
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seeing her again, I shall speak in the very highest terms of your
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forbid it. Can I speak plainer? Do not consider me now as an elegant
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brought to reason. I will speak to her about it directly. She is a very
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you in the library, you know, that I should never speak to you again,
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scolding her, a month passed away before she could speak to Sir William
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* A day or two passed before Jane had courage to speak of her feelings to
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world respectable, and are hurt if I speak ill of anybody. I only want
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she resolved to speak to Elizabeth on the subject before she left
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curiosity to know how she would speak of her new home, how she would
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for a walk, a sudden noise below seemed to speak the whole house in
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was ready to speak whenever there was an opening, but she was seated
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* "Of music! Then pray speak aloud. It is of all subjects my delight. I
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the utmost to speak with composure when she said:
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brother, and that she had often heard him speak so affectionately of his
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with them. You know I always speak my mind, and I cannot bear the idea
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with no one to speak to about what I felt, no Jane to comfort me and say
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Lydia's character. Excuse me, for I must speak plainly. If you, my dear
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thought it would be better to speak openly to her aunt than to run such
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altered--what could it mean? That he should even speak to her was
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amazing!--but to speak with such civility, to inquire after her family!
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for an interview than before, and resolved to appear and to speak with
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this into a wish of hearing her speak of her sister, was pleased, and on
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and that she could not speak a word, especially to Miss Darcy, without
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to speak any more. Her brother, whose eye she feared to meet, scarcely
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not speak another word. Darcy, in wretched suspense, could only say
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"I must confess that he did not speak so well of Wickham as he formerly
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"I never saw anyone so shocked. He could not speak a word for full ten
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away, and it was some time before his daughters had courage to speak of
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* Jane's delicate sense of honour would not allow her to speak to
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actions open to the world. His character was to speak for itself. He
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I do not speak it to be thanked, therefore say nothing about it), your
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"Lizzy, my dear, I want to speak with you.
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* "Yes, madam," said Mrs. Bennet, delighted to speak to Lady Catherine.
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* "Did you speak from your own observation," said she, "when you told him
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in earnest. I speak nothing but the truth. He still loves me, and we are
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in such awe of her intended son-in-law that she ventured not to speak to
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too much awe of him to speak with the familiarity which Bingley's good
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do not speak to Mr. Darcy about it, if you had rather not.
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* 'Can I speak to Mr. Winkle, sir?' replied Boots from the outside. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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* 'The man of whom I speak was a low pantomime actor; and, like many
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'You speak truly, sir,' said Mr. Pickwick. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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or acquaintance; no one cared to speak to the man whom many feared, and
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walk out with me. I wish to speak to you alone.'
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'You will be sure to be near this door that you speak of?'
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* At the announcement of 'A gentleman to speak to you, Sir,' a puffy-faced
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him, and more convenient to us, to let him speak for himself in a fresh
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the press, having nothing else to speak to, "if it wouldn't cost more
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excitement; 'Mr. Pickwick, allow me to speak to you one moment, sir.'
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'Well, that's a mercy,' said Sam; 'tell her I want to speak to her, will
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great joke in the matter after all;--we speak merely of the ceremony,
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* 'A humbug, Sir. I will speak plainer, if you wish it. An impostor, sir.'
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which ordinary folks would speak of a very helpless little child. 'Mr.
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'Please, Mister Sawyer, Missis Raddle wants to speak to you.'
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to speak to his character, or p'rhaps to prove a alleybi. I've been
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the handwriting of the defendant, and which speak volumes, indeed.
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case? Speak up, if you please, Mr. Weller.'
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'I mean to speak up, Sir,' replied Sam; 'I am in the service o' that
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master, and whispering in his ear, begged to speak to him, with an air
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this circumstance to heart, that he did not speak another word until the
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* 'Yes. You'll hear his voice in a moment, Mr. Pickwick. He'll speak to
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'Stop, stop!' said Mr. Pickwick, 'I must speak to her first. Help me up,
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'I should like to speak to you in private. Will you step out for an
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can speak with me first.'
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can follow with Sam. I want to speak to you, Mr. Jingle. Can you walk
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plaintives? What for? Speak up, old feller.'
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is the very letter I speak of. Brought to my office by another woman at
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* 'I can't speak to you just now, Sam,' said Mr. Pickwick. 'I am engaged
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but I think I had better speak to Mr. Sawyer, alone, for a moment. Only
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assured Mr. Pickwick that he might speak without reserve. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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heard them speak of it.'
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* '"I want to speak to you," said the young lady; "only a word. Only one
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him for his (the demon's) own evil purpose to speak as follows:--
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* 'Our conduct, Sir,' said Dodson, 'will speak for itself, and justify
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pa," said Bella. "The fact is, pa, I wanted to speak to you about
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* 'He wouldn't look at me,' replied the boy. 'I wanted to speak to him.'
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a satisfied air, 'I didn't mean to speak harsh to you, Sammy. Wery good.
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* 'I speak after long deliberation, Sam, and with the certainty that I
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she could speak the impetuous John had risen to his full height like a
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employer's bedroom. To speak more strictly, Jameson, the head clerk,
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Norman Knight seemed to linger a little to speak to her. A few words
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and ask Mrs. Mandeville if I may speak to her in private?"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown )
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* "I speak in parables," replied the other in a rather sombre tone "Of
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Under no circumstances whatever will I ever speak to him as long as I
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can't help the intrusion looking like interference. I want to speak to
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first time. "I am going to speak to my old friend."(Chesterton The secret of father Brown )
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seemed unable to speak or move.(Chesterton The secret of father Brown )
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actions speak louder than words
= i fatti contano pi delle parole , dal frutto si conosce l'albero ,
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can he speak english
= sa parlare inglese? ,
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don't all speak at once
= non parlate tutti insieme! ,
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don't speak in her hearing
= non parlare quando lei pu sentire! ,
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don't speak in his hearing
= non parlare quando lui pu sentire! ,
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don't speak so loud
= non parlare cos forte! ,
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don't speak to me like that
= non parlarmi in questo modo! ,
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don't speak to the man at the wheel
= non parlate al conducente, non parlate all'uomo al volante ,
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geek speak
= gergo del computer,
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he assented to allow him to speak
= accondiscese a che avesse il permesso di parlare,
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i do so wish i could speak english
= vorrei tanto saper parlare in inglese,
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i speak under correction
= correggetemi se sbaglio,
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pronunziare: ERRORE 404 - verbo non trovato.
         I motivi possono essere:

          I - Il vocabolo non e' stato ancora inserito nell'archivio.

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

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