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* Il nostro Abbondio non nobile , non ricco , coraggioso ancor meno , s'era dunque accorto , prima quasi di toccar gli anni della discrezione , d'essere , in quella società , come un vaso di terra cotta , costretto a viaggiare in compagnia di molti vasi di ferro .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)
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Lucia aveva avute due buone ragioni: l'una , di non contristare né spaventare la buona donna , per cosa alla quale essa non avrebbe potuto trovar rimedio ; l'altra , di non metter a rischio di viaggiar per molte bocche una storia che voleva essere gelosamente sepolta: tanto più che Lucia sperava che le sue nozze avrebber troncata , sul principiare , quell'abbominata persecuzione .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)
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* Lo guardò in viso , e vi scoprì facilmente la paura di viaggiare con quell'uomo tremendo , d'andare in quella casa , anche per pochi momenti .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)
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* Sentiva ora , molto più che nell'andare , l'incomodo di quel modo di viaggiare , al quale non era molto avvezzo ; e specialmente sul principio , nella scesa dal castello al fondo della valle .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)
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* Altre volte mi sarebbe parso un gran che ; ma le disgrazie fanno diventar disinvolti ; fino a Monza ci sono andata , e so cos'è viaggiare .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)
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Bisognava a ogni costo ringiovanire Dio, farlo viaggiare in ferrovia, col progresso, senza tanti misteri, per fargli sorpassare il diavolo.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)
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Non accettai, perché, per le buone relazioni di cui godevo, avevo da poco ottenuto un impiego di fiducia, che m'obbligava a viaggiare continuamente.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)
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Avrebbe potuto viaggiare, coi risparmii di tanti anni; le bastava sognare cosí, guardando le navi ormeggiate nel Molo o in partenza.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)
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Un’altra lettera le scriss’egli prima di rivederla, che, fra l’altre cose diceva: "...A me più ch’ad altri il viaggiare è penoso, a cui son difficili le cose più facili della vita di fuori. (Tommaseo - Fede e bellezza)
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Se, trascorse due ore, Ella è ancora in Lodi, La faccio arrestare.» «La mia salute», replicò la vittima, «non mi permette di viaggiare di notte in dicembre.» «Ebbene, La farò arrestare subito.» Il povero filosofo prese in silenzio il suo cappello e uscì. (Fogazzaro - Piccolo mondo antico)
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Luisa s'era fatta tragittare in barca per quel breve tratto e poi aveva preso, a piedi, la stradicciuola che, come tutte quelle del mio piccolo mondo, antico e moderno, non comporta altri metodi di viaggiare; la stradicciuola graziosa e perfida che cerca ogni mezzo di non arrivar mai dove il viandante vorrebbe. (Fogazzaro - Piccolo mondo antico)
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«Figurati», diss'egli appena svincolatosi dalle braccia del giovane, «se una Maironi può viaggiare senza maggiordomo! 2 Son poi anche venuto ad arruolarmi nei bersaglieri!» E l'uomo stanco discese le scale dicendo che andava a ordinare il pranzo. (Fogazzaro - Piccolo mondo antico)
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Seguitai ancora per qualche tempo a viaggiare. ( Pirandello - Il fu Mattia Pascal )
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* – Beato lei, – esclamò la Caporale, sospirando, – che ha potuto viaggiare tutta la vita! Ci parli almeno de’ suoi viaggi, via, se non vuol parlarci d’altro. ( Pirandello - Il fu Mattia Pascal )
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* E mi rivedevo nei primi giorni, beato nell’incoscienza, o piuttosto nella follia, a Torino, e poi man mano nelle altre città, in pellegrinaggio, muto, solo, chiuso in me, nel sentimento di ciò che mi pareva allora la mia felicità; ed eccomi in Germania, lungo il Reno, su un piroscafo: era un sogno? no, c’ero stato davvero! ah, se avessi potuto durar sempre in quelle condizioni; viaggiare, forestiere della vita... ( Pirandello - Il fu Mattia Pascal )
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* Pensavo , insieme ai pochi a' quali m''ero accostato , a un colpo di mano per impadronirci della città ; mi preparavo alla rivolta universale ; avevo voglia di scappare , di viaggiare ogni paese , di urtarmi coi corpi di tutti i popoli , di stomacarmi nelle esalazioni d'oriente , di sperdermi tra i fumi del nord . (G .Papini - Un uomo finito)
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– Ma tu non sai che tutte le merci devono viaggiare? Non sei un negoziante , tu? – E rise .(I.Svevo - La coscienza di zeno)*
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– Le merci si fanno viaggiare per vendere e guadagnare! Mancando quello scopo si lasciano tranquille e si sta tranquilli!
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baul cassa , per lo più foderata e con coperchio convesso , che serve per contenere o trasportare abiti , biancheria ecc. baule armadio , ad apertura verticale , in cui i vestiti possono stare appesi viaggiare come un baule , senza interessarsi di nulla fare i bauli , andarsene da un luogo. dim. bauletto accr. baulone nelle automobili , bagagliaio.
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cicloturismo
= il viaggiare per turismo in bicicletta.
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roulottista o rulottista
= chi fa uso di roulotte per viaggiare o campeggiare.
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viaggiante participio presente di viaggiare
= aggettivo che viaggia o può viaggiare
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viaggio
= il viaggiare
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Inglese
Vocabolario e frasi
been insufficient to make his wife understand his character. Her mind
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* Mrs. Bennet deigned not to make any reply, but, unable to contain
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great books and make extracts.
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shut. "I do not know how you will ever make him amends for his kindness;
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good of everybody's character and make it still better, and say nothing
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therefore make the most of every half-hour in which she can command his
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enough to make her understand his character.
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* "You make me laugh, Charlotte; but it is not sound. You know it is not
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to make any; and Elizabeth at that instant moving towards them, he was
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Jane, make haste and tell us; make haste, my love.
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* "If we make haste," said Lydia, as they walked along, "perhaps we may
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much superior solicitude of Mr. Bingley's, she could not make a very
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inclined to think that you would not wish to see your sister make such
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would not make them one jot less agreeable.
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* "But I would really advise you to make your purchase in that
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sure he would make her an offer before we came away. But, however, he
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it, as well as to assure you of my readiness to make them every possible
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he is disposed to make them any amends, I shall not be the person to
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to make us the atonement he thinks our due, the wish is certainly to his
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* "He must be an oddity, I think," said she. "I cannot make him
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and had sent for him only the Saturday before, to make up her pool of
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young man wanted only regimentals to make him completely charming.
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the next day, and their aunt promised to make her husband call on Mr.
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that she would not make herself uneasy.
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am not in such circumstances as to make five shillings any object. There
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consequence of any reply. Mr. Collins might never make the offer, and
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not seen for a week, she was soon able to make a voluntary transition
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simpleton, and allow her fancy for Wickham to make her appear unpleasant
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about the dance, and you ought to make some sort of remark on the size
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to shake off her gravity. "I am trying to make it out.
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to make a most important discovery.
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necessary to make this circumstance a matter of pleasure, because on
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her and that he should therefore make a point of remaining close to her
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would make them by eating a family dinner with them at any time, without
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no feelings of diffidence to make it distressing to himself even at
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useful sort of person, not brought up high, but able to make a small
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shall make no demand of that nature on your father, since I am well
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time. I am perfectly serious in my refusal. You could not make me
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could make you so. Nay, were your friend Lady Catherine to know me, I
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do not make haste he will change his mind and not have her.
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representation of all this might make me quite easy. But I know the
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was to make him the happiest of men; and though such a solicitation must
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guard his courtship from any charm that could make a woman wish for its
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should make their appearance at St. James's. The whole family, in short,
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to make an apology for his absence before the family went to bed.
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ruin your happiness. You do not make allowance enough for difference
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said Elizabeth; "but without scheming to do wrong, or to make others
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affection, you make everybody acting unnaturally and wrong, and me most
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be fixed that was to make him the happiest of men. He took leave of his
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of each other was plain enough to make her a little uneasy; and
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of fortune would make so very imprudent. I have nothing to say against
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and think only of what will make me happy--your affection, and the
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Darcy's sister, as by Wickham's account, she would make him abundantly
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his side even more. His present pursuit could not make him forget that
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* Her fellow-travellers the next day were not of a kind to make her
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as if wishing to make her feel what she had lost in refusing him. But
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"Oh, my dear Eliza! pray make haste and come into the dining-room, for
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"Do not make yourself uneasy, my dear cousin, about your apparel. Lady
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enough to make a very low bow, and take his seat without saying a word;
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conciliating, nor was her manner of receiving them such as to make her
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two girls had the honour of assisting Mrs. Jenkinson to make up her
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varying circumstances. Where there is fortune to make the expenses of
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animated. Mrs. Collins knew not what to make of him. Colonel
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* "Our habits of expense make us too dependent, and there are not many
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a silence which might make him fancy her affected with what had passed,
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in error. Your superior knowledge of your sister must make the latter
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should make my assertions valueless, you cannot be prevented by
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turn which must make him entirely blameless throughout the whole.
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reflections as must make her unfit for conversation.
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been in waiting near the lodges, to make them his parting obeisance, was
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importing that she felt herself so dull as to make her very desirous of
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seldom been depressed before, were now so much affected as to make it
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see of the world, must make Hunsford extremely dull to a young lady like
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Charlotte, and the kind attentions she had received, must make her
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pull it to pieces as soon as I get home, and see if I can make it up any
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* "This will not do," said Elizabeth; "you never will be able to make both
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enough to make one good sort of man; and of late it has been shifting
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ought, or ought not, to make our acquaintances in general understand
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to make his communication public. On the contrary, every particular
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re-establish a character. We must not make him desperate.
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* "No; it would have been strange if they had; but I make no doubt they
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* In vain did Elizabeth attempt to make her reasonable, and Jane to make
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for the latter; and detestable as such a step must make her were it
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"Do not make yourself uneasy, my love. Wherever you and Jane are known
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tears; an event of such happy promise as to make Elizabeth hope that by
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to make herself agreeable to all; and in the latter object, where she
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and she lay awake two whole hours endeavouring to make them out. She
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her partial, to make her betray a sensibility which might injure her in
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mother. I am afraid you will not be able to make it out, but I hardly
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was, on the contrary, exactly calculated to make her understand her own
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beyond youth, health, and good humour that could make him, for her sake,
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necessary to make our knowledge public; for of what use could
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wherever they may be; and if they are not married already, make them
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too busily engaged in their separate apartments to make their appearance
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to make any reply. Mary, however, continued to console herself with such
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going, if you do not like it, for it will make the surprise the greater,
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it will be! I can hardly write for laughing. Pray make my excuses to
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be remarked he meant to make inquiries at Clapham.(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice )
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determined to make inquiries there, and hoped it might not be impossible
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half of what was said, believed enough to make her former assurance of
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and make him marry her, if he comes away?"
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* "Well, well," said he, "do not make yourself unhappy. If you are a good
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engagements which I have ventured to make on your side, I hope it will
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actually with them! If such goodness does not make her miserable now,
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time make their past imprudence forgotten.
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all have a bowl of punch to make merry at her wedding.
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the moment, been led to make Mr. Darcy acquainted with their fears for
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Elizabeth. "It must make you better satisfied that your other four are
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* Elizabeth did not know what to make of it. Had she not seen him in
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done before; and she asked Bingley whether he meant to make any stay in
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that years of happiness could not make Jane or herself amends for
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such a situation would give pleasure to either, or make either appear to
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of the room, as to make him play as unsuccessfully as herself.
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not seeing him there again the next day, to make his proposals.
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me; and if you persist in indifference, do not make me your confidante.
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"My dear Jane, make haste and hurry down. He is come--Mr. Bingley is
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come. He is, indeed. Make haste, make haste. Here, Sarah, come to Miss
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sisters soon began to make interest with her for objects of happiness
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that led to the copse; Elizabeth was determined to make no effort for
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on setting off for this place, that I might make my sentiments known to
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* "That will make your ladyship's situation at present more pitiable;
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"I will make no promise of the kind.
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your daughter; but would my giving you the wished-for promise make their
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my refusing to accept his hand make him wish to bestow it on his cousin?
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the opinion of all his friends, and make him the contempt of the world.
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unblemished could make him. In that case he would return no more. Lady
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live, but to make sport for our neighbours, and laugh at them in our
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pointed dislike, make it so delightfully absurd! Much as I abominate
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his repeating it. Elizabeth had never been more at a loss to make her
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* "I was certainly very far from expecting them to make so strong an
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* Darcy mentioned his letter. "Did it," said he, "did it soon make you
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justly make you hate me.
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told him of all that had occurred to make my former interference in his
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But will they make you happy?"
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"Dearest Jane! who could have done less for her? But make a virtue of it
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* "Lady Catherine has been of infinite use, which ought to make her happy,
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might ever hope to make you love me. My avowed one, or what I avowed to
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and if she were, to make the confession to him which I have since made.
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likely to make her more elegant. Elizabeth did all she could to shield
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of her children produced so happy an effect as to make her a sensible,
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to make his fortune. The congratulatory letter which Elizabeth received
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some pride--he acknowledged it freely, and let his enemies make the most
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resolved to make Rochester their first halting-place too; and having
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names for a small party, but won't make an impression in public
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to make the matter appear as solemn as possible; 'an affair with an
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the gaudy throng; to be behind them is to be the people who make that
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watch your opportunity well, get gradually before it, then make a rapid
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* 'Pickwick--Pickwick,' said Mr. Tupman; 'come up here. Make haste.'
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out. Joe, make room for one of these gentlemen on the box. Now, Sir,
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* 'Now make haste,' said Mr. Wardle; for the fat boy was hanging fondly
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don't make up one on my account.'
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enjoy, and make the most of, the passing moment. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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'You did make some notes, I think, about John Edmunds, did you not?'
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and his spirit sank within him. He had not courage to make inquiries, or
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up so early. Make haste down, and come out. I'll wait for you here.'
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* 'I wants to make your flesh creep,' replied the boy. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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to make any great way against such obstacles united; it was hard upon
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up the steps, and slamming the door after him. 'Come along! Make haste!'
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authorised person of whom they could make a few inquiries. Mr. Samuel
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shan't make our fort'ns. We eats our biled mutton without capers, and
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* 'I'll make it payable the day after to-morrow,' said the little
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seventeen could make anything of it; but that all the seventeen agreed
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happy, sir, to make the acquaintance of such a man.'
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yourself, my dear Sir, I think it would make you very popular.'
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used to rule in the copy-books at school, to make the boys slope well.
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of a bushel of coals, and wood enough to make half a dozen decent
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again. He couldn't make anything of it though, so he got into bed,
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'I shall be extremely happy to make the acquaintance of such a lady,
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* 'You SHALL make it, sir,' said the grave man. 'To-morrow morning, sir,
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* 'Mr. Pickwick,' said Mrs. Leo Hunter, 'I must make you promise not to
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to make them look young, or their mamma younger, Mr. Pickwick does not
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everything but sit upon it, and then to make a cravat of his legs, and
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him. Pray make room, to let Mr. Fitz-Marshall pass. Tell Mr.
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dinner, and make my inquiries below while it's a-getting ready; I could
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But though he was afraid to make up to them, he couldn't bear to lose
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* 'Nathaniel Pipkin could make no reply, so old Lobbs shook him backwards
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with that gentleman's request, proceeded to make the most he could
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if you won't make cold meat of some on us.'
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to the demand. And more than that," says he, "I can make a weal a
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would; we will not make the smallest resistance. Pray do it, Sir.'
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the object before him, and wished to make quite sure of its identity.
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was wery young, and shift for hisself. It's the only way to make a boy
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restless and uncomfortable. "Odd," says he. "I'll make the other room
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snuffing his candles and staring about him. "I can't make this out,"
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be able to fancy there was any one behind him--"I can't make it out,"
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the room, so as to make the four chairs look as much like a dozen as
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occurrences that make the heart bleed. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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Magnus to make himself acquainted with the whole of the personal history
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'what should you think, Mr. Pickwick, if I had come down here to make a
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he burned with a desire to make a demonstration on his ribs. Sam
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particular friend, Mr. Pickwick. Mr. Pickwick, I beg to make you known
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profited at all by the manners and customs of those who make the laws
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Winkle to say, that they did not make the slightest attempt to rescue
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be here to-night, and then there would be no occasion to make the matter
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Muzzle, who was specially enjoined to take him below, and make much of
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in his long black hair, tore therefrom about enough to make five or six
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and Snodgrass repaired to their several homes to make such preparations
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such perjury. I don't wish to say anything to make you uncomfortable,
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to sit with her, and make her comfortable,' resumed Mrs. Cluppins,
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creeturs as they'd make us, if they could; and that your master will
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beside the fireplace in the bar, blowing the fire to make the kettle
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to take up his temporary quarters where he was, he must make his footing
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to make it five shillin's; and goes on, doubling, till he gets it up to
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shepherd. And if he ain't got enough out on 'em, Sammy, to make him free
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recognition, on Mr. Tupman, which was enough to make the statue of
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I would make much of the few that have any traces of the old stock'--and
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* 'Gabriel Grub was paralysed, and could make no reply. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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* 'That you sent him up to the plaintiff 's to make some offer of a
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leisure since he left the court to make any alteration in his dress;
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there may be some persons here as will make you, Sir.'
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'I didn't make use of the word in any invidious sense, ma'am,' replied
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more imperative tone. 'But who do you call a woman? Did you make that
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to make him obedient, and such a rattling ensued as nobody ever heard
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cloth boots, who had been unsuccessfully attempting to make a joke
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his pipe to make way for the remark. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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a-turnin' the bis'ness over in my mind, and he may make his-self easy,
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looked doubtful, and said he'd make a note of it. Mrs. Cluppins then
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Pickwick did not make use of the expressions I have quoted? Do I
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recovered the recollection of his evidence at the trial, to make any
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could not make up his mind to the trial of letting it go again. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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could make nothing of him. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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maternal injunction to make the best use of their youth, had already
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they wanted, to make up the rubber. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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us some nice creature to make up this table; there's a good soul.'
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door. To make quite certain, however, he remained quiet in bed for
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ran down into the front drawing-room to make sure that it was the right
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that of Mr. Pickwick was distinctly heard endeavouring to make peace,
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expression--to make known an afflicting circumstance which has come
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professional; but to make amends for this deprivation there was so much
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interview with the young lady, and make a formal disclosure of his
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that. Make my compliments indoors. Tell 'em not to vait dinner for me,
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'Yes, yes, Mr. Weller,' returned Arabella, 'go on. Make haste, pray.'
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ready but villin' to do anythin' as'll make matters agreeable; and if
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to make all needful preparations for the expedition. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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He was up again in an instant however; and bidding Mr. Winkle make haste
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Mr. Pickwick. 'If not, I must make the best I can of that.'
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to time, to cry out the opposite attorney's name; to make certain that
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Walk in, sir, and make yourself at home.'
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have afforded him to make a fierce assault upon all the turnkeys there
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corner. 'It would make any one go to sleep, that bedstead would, whether
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for wen he wanted to make the acquaintance of any new-comer, he used to
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to make arrangements for the removal of his master's wardrobe from the
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* All this was very genteel and pleasant; and, to make matters still more
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by accident, or make some confounded mistake in losing the money as he
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in which that useful class of society are wont, diurnally, to make their
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schedule is as plain and satisfactory as pen and ink can make it.'
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* 'Will you allow me to in-quire wy you make up your bed under that 'ere
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'You couldn't make it convenient to lend me half-a-crown till the latter
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'I have no right to make any further inquiry into the private affairs of
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* 'You make my blood run cold,' said Mr. Pickwick. 'What do you mean?'
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couldn't make more noise about it!'
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eat. Set down, Sir, ve make no extra charge for settin' down, as the
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Pickwick stood was just wide enough to make a good racket-court; one
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griefs, that make up the living man. The law had his body; and there it
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he ventured to make an observation, was snapped up short by one of the
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he make haste!'
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* 'I wouldn't make too sure o' that, Sir,' urged Mr. Weller, shaking his
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they make additions to their families, in a manner which is quite awful.
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* 'You must make yourself, with as little delay as possible, master of
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'I wish to make a wery few remarks in addition to wot has been put
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another, a pretty tight week he used to make of it. I don't know whether
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* 'Yes,' replied Bob Sawyer, 'and a regular expedition we'll make of it.
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pass, can see in us to make them stare so.'
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do so. If they persist in accompanying me, I must make the interview as
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'I am very happy to find that you do me the justice to make the
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'Lights in the Sun, John; make up the fire; the gentlemen are wet!'
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not to make an effort to keep up, and not give way to that lowness of
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* The elder Mr. Weller, who still continued to make various strange and
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plans, any one of which would make you happy at once. There, my dear,
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* 'We shall make Mr. Pickwick pay for peeping,' said Fogg, with
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me back to the happiest period of my life, and make me, for the moment,
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There now, Mr. Pickwick, if you can make it convenient to reduce your
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Snodgrass, that gentleman having implored him to make a private
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active a part, it is almost invidious to make a distinction; but if one
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* 'Good-morning, Sir,' said Pell, bowing obsequiously. 'We want to make a
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its customary tone, 'proud and happy to make your future prospects in
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and make you comfortable. If you vant a more polished sort o' feller,
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Shall I make any more apologies, Mr. Pickwick?'
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no time to make them in--a circumstance which appeared to afford the
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the prime of life, to make many real friends, and lose them in the
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couldn't make anybody hear at the front door. The servant had gone out."(Chesterton The secret of father Brown )
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* 'No, none that I can make sense of," answered the detective. "I can't
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saints and so on. You see, the Dark Ages tried to make a science about
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* "Well, they say we should make hay while the sun shines," said Devine.
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"Perhaps you make honey while the moon shines."(Chesterton The secret of father Brown )
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"but I warn you my bees do not only make honey. They sting."(Chesterton The secret of father Brown )
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here. Well, it took me a little time to make out the memorandum, which
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sincere. He was one of those great penitents who manage to make more out
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of penitence than others can make out of virtue. I say I was his
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forgotten the matter in hand altogether, for he would make passing
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* "I had better make sure, don't you think?" asked Father Brown
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-day; it was wet enough to make wet footprints all along the road. Now,
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"It does make a noise if you unbar the door," said Father Brown gravely,
---------------
anyone else does, merely by accident. But even I can't make anything of
---------------
do you know, I have never felt quite sure that St. Peter will make that
---------------
hardly ever heard his clerical friend, make so long a speech before. "We
---------------
confessions. I feel rather as if I were going to make a confession. Some
---------------
to make busy with small jobs for others. In a very short time she had
---------------
outside for a moment, as shopmen often do, to make sure of what he
---------------
all from pride; but I cannot yet make any picture in my mind of hate and
---------------
"Remembering that story of a fantastic and yet patient plot to make the
---------------
at the same time. Sometimes they make up suits of armour out of
---------------
your son would do anything to make you doubt his fitness for the charge.
---------------
hearth, and an empty space on the other. Nothing will make me believe
---------------
the Master. But, I confess, I can't quite make head or tail of the way
---------------
could make it pass from here to Mount Meru? I used to believe you had
---------------
marvellous mental powers that could make a material object fly through
---------------
pebble?' but only in the form: 'Could I make a pebble vanish and re-
---------------
Unfortunately, some people are likely to make it public. I think,
---------------
to make the world ring with tales against your country and your flag.
---------------
survivor. I thought he did not need any monkish vampires to make him
---------------
added, after reflection: "I don't know whether you would make a really
---------------
good criminal. But you ought to make a rattling good novelist."(Chesterton The secret of father Brown )
---------------
man trying to feel like a criminal, might make him a little too tolerant
---------------
anybody can make a mistake
= può capitare a tutti di fare un errore ,
---------------
anyone can make a mistake
= può capitare a tutti di fare un errore ,
---------------
as you make your bed so you must lie on it
= chi è causa del suo male , pianga se stesso , hai voluto la bicicletta e ora pedala ,
---------------
at make
= nel punto in cui si chiude il circuito , nel punto in cui avviene il contatto ,
---------------
can you make sense of this article
= ci capisci qualcosa in questo articolo? ,
---------------
did you make out the drift of the conversation
= hai colto il senso del discorso? ,
---------------
don't let the children make such a noise
= non lasciare che i bambini facciano tanto chiasso! ,
---------------
don't make as if you had no time
= non fingere di non avere tempo ,
---------------
don't make so much disturbance
= non metterti in agitazione ,
---------------
don't make so much disturbance about
= non metterti in agitazione per ,
---------------
don't make so much disturbance about a little thing
= non metterti in agitazione per un nonnulla ,
---------------
don't make such a loud noise
= non fare tanto chiasso! ,
---------------
don't make such a noise
= non fare tanto chiasso! ,
---------------
don't make yourself cheap
= non comportarti in modo indegno! ,
---------------
film stock make
= marca della pellicola ,
---------------
he'll make old bones
= camperà cent'anni,
---------------
i make no apology for reminding
= mi permetto di ricordare,
---------------
i make no apology for reminding you
= mi permetto di ricordarti, mi permetto di ricordarvi,
---------------
i'll tell you something that will make you blink
= ti dirò una cosa che ti farà restare a bocca aperta,
---------------
it's not beyond him to make the dinner
= è ancora in grado di preparare la cena! ,
---------------
md
= make directory, mini disk , monochrome display, md,
---------------
mkdir
= make directory, mkdir,
---------------
move your arse and make space for me too
= sposta il culo e fammi posto!,
---------------
on the make
= intento a far quattrini, intento a far carriera, indaffarato, impegnato a farsi una donna,
---------------
shift your arse and make space for me too
= sposta il culo e fammi posto! ,
---------------
the cowl does make the monk
= l'abito non fa il monaco ,
---------------
they could be dead for all the difference it would make
= potrebbero anche essere morti , per quello che importa! ,
---------------
unable to make head or tail of it
= incapace di capirci qualcosa ,
---------------
Coniugazione:1 - viaggiare
Ausiliare:avere intransitivo
INDICATIVO - attivo
Presente
io viaggio
tu viaggi
egli viaggia
noi viaggiamo
voi viaggiate
essi viaggiano
Imperfetto
io viaggiavo
tu viaggiavi
egli viaggiava
noi viaggiavamo
voi viaggiavate
essi viaggiavano
Passato remoto
io viaggiai
tu viaggiasti
egli viaggiò
noi viaggiammo
voi viaggiaste
essi viaggiarono
Passato prossimo
io ho viaggiato
tu hai viaggiato
egli ha viaggiato
noi abbiamo viaggiato
voi avete viaggiato
essi hanno viaggiato
Trapassato prossimo
io avevo viaggiato
tu avevi viaggiato
egli aveva viaggiato
noi avevamo viaggiato
voi avevate viaggiato
essi avevano viaggiato
Trapassato remoto
io ebbi viaggiato
tu avesti viaggiato
egli ebbe viaggiato
noi avemmo viaggiato
voi eveste viaggiato
essi ebbero viaggiato
Futuro semplice
io viaggerò
tu viaggerai
egli viaggerà
noi viaggeremo
voi viaggerete
essi viaggeranno
Futuro anteriore
io avrò viaggiato
tu avrai viaggiato
egli avrà viaggiato
noi avremo viaggiato
voi avrete viaggiato
essi avranno viaggiato
CONGIUNTIVO - attivo
Presente
che io viaggi
che tu viaggi
che egli viaggi
che noi viaggiamo
che voi viaggiate
che essi viaggino
Passato
che io abbia viaggiato
che tu abbia viaggiato
che egli abbia viaggiato
che noi abbiamo viaggiato
che voi abbiate viaggiato
che essi abbiano viaggiato
Imperfetto
che io viaggiassi
che tu viaggiassi
che egli viaggiasse
che noi viaggiassimo
che voi viaggiaste
che essi viaggiassero
Trapassato
che io avessi viaggiato
che tu avessi viaggiato
che egli avesse viaggiato
che noi avessimo viaggiato
che voi aveste viaggiato
che essi avessero viaggiato
CONDIZIONALE - attivo
Presente
io viaggerei
tu viaggeresti
egli viaggerebbe
noi viaggeremmo
voi viaggereste
essi viaggerebbero
Passato
io avrei viaggiato
tu avresti viaggiato
egli avrebbe viaggiato
noi avremmo viaggiato
voi avreste viaggiato
essi avrebbero viaggiato
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
IMPERATIVO - attivo
Presente
-
viaggia
viaggi
viaggiamo
viaggiate
viaggino
Futuro
-
viaggerai
viaggerà
viaggeremo
viaggerete
viaggeranno
INFINITO - attivo
Presente
viaggiare
Passato
avere viaggiato
PARTICIPIO - attivo
Presente
viaggiante
Passato
viaggiato
 
 
GERUNDIO - attivo
Presente
viaggiando
Passato
avendo viaggiato
Verb: to make-made-made
Ausiliar: to have - transitivo
Affermative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
I make a...
you make a...
he/she/it makes a...
we make a...
you make a...
they make a...
Simple past
I made a...
you made a...
he/she/it made a...
we made a...
you made a...
they made a...
Simple past
I made a...
you made a...
he/she/it made a...
we made a...
you made a...
they made a...
Present perfect
I have made a...
you have made a...
he/she/it has made a...
we have made a...
you have made a...
they have made a...
Past perfect
I had made a...
you had made a...
he/she/it had made a...
we had made a...
you had made a...
they had made a...
Past perfect
I had made a...
you had made a...
he/she/it had made a...
we had made a...
you had made a...
they had made a...
Simple future
I will make a...
you will make a...
he/she/it will make a...
we will make a...
you will make a...
they will make a...
Future perfect
I will have made a...
you will have made a...
he/she/it will have made a...
we will have made a...
you will have made a...
they will have made a...
Present continuous
I am making a...
you are making a...
he/she/it is making a...
we are making a...
you are making a...
they are making a...
Past simple continuous
I was making a...
you were making a...
he/she/it was making a...
we were making a...
you were making a...
they were making a...
Future continuous
I will be making a...
you will be making a...
he/she/it will be making a...
we will be making a...
you will be making a...
they will be making a...
Future perfect continuous
I will have been making a...
you will have been making a...
he/she/it will have been making a...
we will have been making a...
you will have been making a...
they will have been making a...
Present perfect continuous
I have been making a...
you have been making a...
he/she/it has been making a...
we have been making a...
you have been making a...
they have been making a...
Past perfect continuous
I had been making a...
you had been making a...
he/she/it had been making a...
we had been making a...
you had been making a...
they had been making a...
Affermative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That I make a...
That you make a...
That he/she/it make a...
That we make a...
That you make a...
That they make a...
Present perfect
That I have made a...
That you have made a...
That he/she/it have made a...
That we have made a...
That you have made a...
That they have made a...
Simple past
That I made a...
That you made a...
That he/she/it made a...
That we made a...
That you made a...
That they made a...
Past perfect
That I had made a...
That you had made a...
That he/she/it had made a...
That we had made a...
That you had made a...
That they had made a...
Affermative - CONDITIONAL
Present
I would make a...
you would make a...
we would make a...
we would make a...
you would make a...
they would make a...
Past
I would have made
you would have made
he/she/it would have made
we would have made
you would have made
they would have made
Present continous
I would be making a...
you would be making a...
we would be making a...
we would be making a...
you would be making a...
they would be making a...
Past continous
I would have been making
you would have been making
he/she/it would have been making
we would have been making
you would have been making
they would have been making
Affermative - IMPERATIVE
Present
let me make a...
make a...
let him make a...
let us make a...
make a...
let them make a...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Affermative - INFINITIVE
Present
to make
Past
to have made
Present continous
to be making
Perfect continous
to have been making
Affermative - PARTICIPLE
Present
making
Past
made
Perfect
having made
Affermative - GERUND
Present
making
Past
having made
Negative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
I do not make a...
you do not make a...
he/she/it does not makes a...
we do not make a...
you do not make a...
they do not make a...
Simple past
I did not make a...
you did not make a...
he/she/it did not make a...
we did not make a...
you did not make a...
they did not make a...
Simple past
I did not make a...
you did not make a...
he/she/it did not make a...
we did not make a...
you did not make a...
they did not make a...
Present perfect
I have not made a...
you have not made a...
he/she/it has not made a...
we have not made a...
you have not made a...
they have not made a...
Past perfect
I had not made a...
you had not made a...
he/she/it had not made a...
we had not made a...
you had not made a...
they had not made a...
Past perfect
I had not made a...
you had not made a...
he/she/it had not made a...
we had not made a...
you had not made a...
they had not made a...
Simple future
I will not make a...
you will not make a...
he/she/it will not make a...
we will not make a...
you will not make a...
they will not make a...
Future perfect
I will not have made a...
you will not have made a...
he/she/it will not have made a...
we will not have made a...
you will not have made a...
they will not have made a...
Present continuous
I am not making a...
you are not making a...
he/she/it is not making a...
we are not making a...
you are not making a...
they are not making a...
Past simple continuous
I was not making a...
you were not making a...
he/she/it was not making a...
we were not making a...
you were not making a...
they were not making a...
Future continuous
I will not be making a...
you will not be making a...
he/she/it will not be making a...
we will not be making a...
you will not be making a...
they will not be making a...
Future perfect continuous
I will not have been making a...
you will not have been making a...
he/she/it will not have been making a...
we will not have been making a...
you will not have been making a...
they will not have been making a...
Present perfect continuous
I have not been making a...
you have not been making a...
he/she/it has not been making a...
we have not been making a...
you have not been making a...
they have not been making a...
Past perfect continuous
I had not been making a...
you had not been making a...
he/she/it had not been making a...
we had not been making a...
you had not been making a...
they had not been making a...
Negative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That I do not make a...
That you do not make a...
That he/she/it does not make a...
That we do not make a...
That you do not make a...
That they do not make a...
Present perfect
That I have not made a...
That you have not made a...
That he/she/it have not made a...
That we have not made a...
That you have not made a...
That they have not made a...
Simple past
That I did not make a...
That you did not make a...
That he/she/it did not make a...
That we did not make a...
That you did not make a...
That they did not make a...
Past perfect
That I had not made a...
That you had not made a...
That he/she/it had not made a...
That we had not made a...
That you had not made a...
That they had not made a...
Negative - CONDITIONAL
Present
I would not make a...
you would not make a...
we would not make a...
we would not make a...
you would not make a...
they would not make a...
Past
I would not have made
you would not have made
he/she/it would not have made
we would not have made
you would not have made
they would not have made
Present continous
I would not be making a...
you would not be making a...
we would not be making a...
we would not be making a...
you would not be making a...
they would not be making a...
Past continous
I would not have been making
you would not have been making
he/she/it would not have been making
we would not have been making
you would not have been making
they would not have been making
Negative - IMPERATIVE
Present
do not let me make a...
do not make a...
do not let him make a...
do not let us make a...
do not make a...
do not let them make a...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Negative - INFINITIVE
Present
not to make
Past
not to have made
Present continous
not to be making
Perfect continous
not to have been making
Negative - PARTICIPLE
Present
not making
Past
not made
Perfect
not having made
Negative - GERUND
Present
not making
Past
not having made
Interrogative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
do I make a...?
do you make a...?
does she/he/it makes a...?
do we make a...?
do you make a...?
do they make a...?
Simple past
did I make a...?
did you make a...?
did she/he/it make a...?
did we make a...?
did you make a...?
did they make a...?
Simple past
did I make a...?
did you make a...?
did she/he/it make a...?
did we make a...?
did you make a...?
did they make a...?
Present perfect
have I made a...?
have you made a...?
has she/he/it made a...?
have we made a...?
have you made a...?
have they made a...?
Past perfect
had I made a...?
had you made a...?
had she/he/it made a...?
had we made a...?
had you made a...?
had they made a...?
Past perfect
had I made a...?
had you made a...?
had she/he/it made a...?
had we made a...?
had you made a...?
had they made a...?
Simple future
will I make a...?
will you make a...?
will she/he/it make a...?
will we make a...?
will you make a...?
will they make a...?
Future perfect
will I have made a...?
will you have made a...?
will she/he/it have made a...?
will we have made a...?
will you have made a...?
will they have made a...?
Present continuous
am I making a...?
are you making a...?
is she/he/it making a...?
are we making a...?
are you making a...?
are they making a...?
Past simple continuous
was I making a...?
were you making a...?
was she/he/it making a...?
were we making a...?
were you making a...?
were they making a...?
Future continuous
will I be making a...?
will you be making a...?
will she/he/it be making a...?
will we be making a...?
will you be making a...?
will they be making a...?
Future perfect continuous
will I have been making a...?
will you have been making a...?
will she/he/it have been making a...?
will we have been making a...?
will you have been making a...?
will they have been making a...?
Present perfect continuous
have I been making a...?
have you been making a...?
has she/he/it been making a...?
have we been making a...?
have you been making a...?
have they been making a...?
Past perfect continuous
had I been making a...?
had you been making a...?
had she/he/it been making a...?
had we been making a...?
had you been making a...?
had they been making a...?
Interrogative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That do I make a...?
That do you make a...?
That does she/he/it make a...?
That do we make a...?
That do you make a...?
That do they make a...?
Present perfect
That have I made a...?
That have you made a...?
That have she/he/it made a...?
That have we made a...?
That have you made a...?
That have they made a...?
Simple past
That did I make a...?
That did you make a...?
That did she/he/it make a...?
That did we make a...?
That did you make a...?
That did they make a...?
Past perfect
That had I made a...?
That had you made a...?
That had she/he/it made a...?
That had we made a...?
That had you made a...?
That had they made a...?
Interrogative - CONDITIONAL
Present
would I make a...?
would you make a...?
would she/he/it make a...?
would we make a...?
would you make a...?
would they make a...?
Past
would I have made?
would you have made?
would she/he/it have made?
would we have made?
would you have made?
would they have made?
Present continous
would I be making a...?
would you be making a...?
would she/he/it be making a...?
would we be making a...?
would you be making a...?
would they be making a...?
Past continous
would I have been making?
would you have been making?
would she/he/it have been making?
would we have been making?
would you have been making?
would they have been making?
Interrogative - IMPERATIVE
Present
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Interrogative-Negative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
do I not make a...?
do you not make a...?
does she/he/it not makes a...?
do we not make a...?
do you not make a...?
do they not make a...?
Simple past
did I not make a...?
did you not make a...?
did she/he/it not make a...?
did we not make a...?
did you not make a...?
did they not make a...?
Simple past
did I not make a...?
did you not make a...?
did she/he/it not make a...?
did we not make a...?
did you not make a...?
did they not make a...?
Present perfect
have I not made a...?
have you not made a...?
has she/he/it not made a...?
have we not made a...?
have you not made a...?
have they not made a...?
Past perfect
had I not made a...?
had you not made a...?
had she/he/it not made a...?
had we not made a...?
had you not made a...?
had they not made a...?
Past perfect
had I not made a...?
had you not made a...?
had she/he/it not made a...?
had we not made a...?
had you not made a...?
had they not made a...?
Simple future
will I not make a...?
will you not make a...?
will she/he/it not make a...?
will we not make a...?
will you not make a...?
will they not make a...?
Future perfect
will I not have made a...?
will you not have made a...?
will she/he/it not have made a...?
will we not have made a...?
will you not have made a...?
will they not have made a...?
Present continuous
am I not making a...?
are you not making a...?
is she/he/it not making a...?
are we not making a...?
are you not making a...?
are they not making a...?
Past simple continuous
was I not making a...?
were you not making a...?
was she/he/it not making a...?
were we not making a...?
were you not making a...?
were they not making a...?
Future continuous
will I not be making a...?
will you not be making a...?
will she/he/it not be making a...?
will we not be making a...?
will you not be making a...?
will they not be making a...?
Future perfect continuous
will I not have been making a...?
will you not have been making a...?
will she/he/it not have been making a...?
will we not have been making a...?
will you not have been making a...?
will they not have been making a...?
Present perfect continuous
have I not been making a...?
have you not been making a...?
has she/he/it not been making a...?
have we not been making a...?
have you not been making a...?
have they not been making a...?
Past perfect continuous
had I not been making a...?
had you not been making a...?
had she/he/it not been making a...?
had we not been making a...?
had you not been making a...?
had they not been making a...?
Interrogative-Negative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That do I not make a...?
That do you not make a...?
That does she/he/it not make a...?
That do we not make a...?
That do you not make a...?
That do they not make a...?
Present perfect
That have I not made a...?
That have you not made a...?
That have she/he/it not made a...?
That have we not made a...?
That have you not made a...?
That have they not made a...?
Simple past
That did I not make a...?
That did you not make a...?
That did she/he/it not make a...?
That did we not make a...?
That did you not make a...?
That did they not make a...?
Past perfect
That had I not made a...?
That had you not made a...?
That had she/he/it not made a...?
That had we not made a...?
That had you not made a...?
That had they not made a...?
Interrogative-Negative - CONDITIONAL
Present
would I not make a...?
would you not make a...?
would she/he/it not make a...?
would we not make a...?
would you not make a...?
would they not make a...?
Past
would I not have made?
would you not have made?
would she/he/it not have made?
would we not have made?
would you not have made?
would they not have made?
Present continous
would I not be making a...?
would you not be making a...?
would she/he/it not be making a...?
would we not be making a...?
would you not be making a...?
would they not be making a...?
Past continous
would I not have been making?
would you not have been making?
would she/he/it not have been making?
would we not have been making?
would you not have been making?
would they not have been making?
Interrogative-Negative - IMPERATIVE
Present