Meadows' Italian and English Dictionary; In Two Parts, I. Italian-English, II. English-Italian, Comprehending, in the First Part, All the Old Words, Contractions, and Licenses Used by the Ancient Italian Poets and Prose Writers, in the

Meadows' Italian and English Dictionary; In Two Parts, I. Italian-English, II. English-Italian, Comprehending, in the First Part, All the Old Words, Contractions, and Licenses Used by the Ancient Italian Poets and Prose Writers, in the

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1883 edition. Excerpt: ...va. 2 irr. to explode; drive out; burst Esplorare, . 1. to spy; observe; watch; explore Esploratore, -trice, tmf. examiner; spy; searcher Esploraziune, if. examination; search; spying Esploslone, if. explosion; burst; driving out Espouente, imf. expounder; explainer Emporre, va. 2 irr. to explain; interpret; snow Esporre, v. to expose; represent; venture; hazard Espositivo, -a, adj. explaining; elucidating Espoeitore, -trice, imf. explainer; Interpreter EspoMzlcno, if. exposition; explanation Esiristo, -a, adj. exposed; explained; shown Eepressamcnte, ado. expressly; distinctly Espreaaioue, Espresslva, if. expression; energy Espreasivamciite, adv. expressively; with force Espressivo, -a, adj. expressive; energetic; clear Espresso, -a, adj. expressed; precise; firm; clear Espresso, adv. in direct terms; positively Esprinicnte, adj. expressing; expressive Esprlmere, . 2 irr. to express; utter; declare Eeprobare, . 1. to reproach; censure; upbraid Esprubatore, im. reprover; reprehender; blamer Esprob-txlfoie, if. reproach; blame; reprimand Espugnablle, . . . conquerable; that may be won Espugnare, to. 1. to subdue; overcome; eouquer Etpugnatore, -trice, imf. conqueror; overcomer Espugiiazione, if. conquest; taking by aesanlt Espulslone, if. expulsion; driving out Espnlsivo, -a. .//, expulsive; expelling Espilngere, . 2 irr. to cancel; expunge; rub out Espunto, -a, adj. cancelled; blotted out; Fasto. tm. pomp; ostentation; pride; splendour Fastosamente, adv. with ostentation; proodly Faitoso.-a, adj. fastuous; proud; haughty; lofty Fata, tf. fairy: enchantress; elf; fay Fatagiuue, if. charm; enchantment; tallyman Fatale, adj. fatal: predestined;..."show more

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  • English
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  • 9781236633378
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