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abbacari (v) to reduce, decrease, lessen; to calm down (storm, wind); to find some free time from work; also: to obtain something on the sly, through cunning. diminuire, scemare; calmarsi; rendersi libero; anche: procurarsi qualcosa in modo furbesco, scaltramente.
abbaccalaratu (adj) tired, weary, weak; soft, floppy; poorly dressed fiacco; floscio; malmesso
abbachiari (v) to maintain accounts; to calculate, estimate; to study, examine or observe something closely fare i conti; calcolare, computare; studiare intorno una cosa, osservare attentamente
abbalatari (v) to pave lastricare
abbalintatu (adj) boastful, arrogant spaccone
abballari (v) to dance ballare
abbambari (v) burn up - scorch divampare - scottare, bruciare dal calore, scottare dal sole
abbanniari (v) to publicise (used, for example, to describe the actions of the town crier, or street vendors, but has a wider application) reclamizzare (ad alta voce)
abbannunari (v) to abandon, forsake, neglect abbandonare
abbanticu (adv) for a very long time (now); since long ago da tanto tempo
abbarruiri

abbarruìrisi

to frighten, to dismay

to be dismayed, to become confused, to lose heart

impaurire,sbigottire

sbigottirsi, confondersi, perdersi d'animo

abbasari (v) to base; to fit together, align ideas basare, fondare; combaciare
abbasatu (adj) judicious, thoughtful, well reasoned giudizioso, riflessivo
abbasiliscari (v) to be dumbfounded trasecolare
abbastari (v) to suffice bastare
abbàttiri (v) to defeat, overcome; to knock down, overthrow sconfiggere; abbattere
abbènniri (v) to happen; to affect; to reach, achieve accadere; colpire; raggiungere
abbersu (adv) in order; in a timely manner in ordine; in modo opportuno
abbestra (adv) separately separatamente
abbianchiari (v) to whiten imbiancare
abbijari (v) to lead, start up; to throw, fling, toss avviare; lanciare
abbilanzari (v) to balance, counter-balance, calibrate bilanciare, equilibrare
abbintari(si) (v) to assault avventarsi; assaltare
abbirsari (v) to take care of, put in order; to tidy up; to fix, repair, arrange mettere in ordine; rassettare; accomodare
abbrazzari (v) to hug, embrace abbracciare
abbruciari (v) to burn, scorch, be very hot, sting bruciare
abbuffuniari (v) to mock, deride; to make fun of, string along deridere, schernire; prendere in giro
abbunnanti (adj) abundant, generous abbondante
accabbari o accapari (v) to finish, end finire, terminare
accalari

accalàrisi

(v) to lower

to lower oneself, stoop

abbassare

abbassarsi

accamora (adv) for now per adesso
accanzari (v) to obtain, acquire, achieve, attain ottenere, acquistare, conseguire,
accaparrari (v) to grasp, seize; to secure something (with deposit) abbrancare, afferrare; assicurare qc (con caparra)
accattari (v) to buy, purchase comprare
accavarcari (v) to ride, mount cavalcare, montare
accertu (n) check, assessment, investigation accertamento
acchianari (v) to climb up salire
acchianata o chianata slope salita
acchicchiari (v) to half close your eyes, to peep socchiudere gli occhi, sbirciare
accucchiari o ncucchiari (v) to bring together, match, gather, assemble, join together mettere insieme, accoppiare, racimolare, riunire
accuminciari o accuminzari (v) to begin, start, commence cominciare
accuminzagghia o accuminzata o ncuminzagghia (n) commencement, beginning, start, cominciamento, inizio, principio
accumulari (v) to accumulate accumulare
accumuniàrisi (v) to familiarise oneself (with) familiarizzarsi
accunniscìnniri (v) to agree to, consent to accondescendere (a)
accupari (v) to occupy; to suffocate, have difficulty breathing occupare; anche soffocare ("iapri 'ssa finestra ca staiu accupannu..."), Catania e provincia.
accupunari (v) to cover coprire
accura attention attenzione
accurdari (v) to reconcile (people); to tune up (instrument) riconciliare; accordare
accurdunari (v) to encircle, surround, put/tie around cingere, circondare
accurzari (v) to shorten, abbreviate accorciare, abbreviare
accustumàrisi (v) to get used to something, accustom oneself, adapt (to) avezzarsi, abituarsi, adattarsi
acquignu (adj) aqueous, watery acqueo
adaciu (adv) slowly, quietly, gently, gradually lentamente, adagio, piano piano, sottovoce
addicchiarari (v) to claim, declare, profess, appoint, certify rivendicare, richiedere, dichiarare
addabbanna (adv) over there, in that area da quella parte
addifènniri (v) to defend, protect, stand up for difendere
addìjiri (v) to choose, select, scegliere, selezionare
addimurari (v) to linger, to be late ritardare, intrattenersi
addipènniri (v) to depend (on), be answerable to, be caused by dependere
addipìnciri (v) to paint, portray, depict dipingere
addiscìnniri (v) to descend, to descend (from), to come from, be the result of discendere, provenire
addisiari (v) to desire, wish for, crave desiderare
addivari (v) to breed; to breast feed, suckle; to bring up, raise allevare; allattare; educare
addivintari (v) to become, change/turn into divenirel diventare
addrizzari (v) to straighten raddrizzare
addumannari (v) to ask, inquire chiedere, domandare
addumari (v) to light up, ignite, turn/switch on accendere
addunàrisi (v) to notice, realise, be aware of accorgersi
addurmiscìrisi (v) to fall asleep, go to sleep addormentarsi
adurari (v) to adore adorare
affamuliàrisi (v) to grow fond (of someone) affezionarsi
affisa (n) offence, insult offesa
affruntari (v) to face (up to), confront; to deal with, to shame; to go head to head affrontrare; svergognare; mettere testa a testa
affruntàrisi (refl. v) to feel ashamed/shy/embarassed, blush vergognarsi, arrossire
affucazzu (n) hoarseness, suffocation raucedine, soffocazione
affunnari (v) to sink affondare
aggarrari (v) to seize, grasp; to catch afferrare; acciuffare
agghicari (v) to arrive arrivare
agghiùnciri to add aggiungere
agghiuriscari (v) to tame, subdue domare
agghiurnari (v) to dawn farsi giorno
agghiùttiri (v) to swallow inghiottire
aggiarniari (v) to turn yellow; to fade ingiallire; impallidire
aggigghiari (v) to germinate, to take root; to settle down in one place germinare, metter le radici; metter le radice in un luogo
aggiri (v) to act (in a certain way), behave agire, comportarsi
aguali (agguali o avali) (adj) equal uguale
agguantari (v) to grab and hold on tight; to tighten with the hands, lay hands on afferare e tenere bene; stringere con la mano
agrestu (adj) sour, unripe acerbo, immaturo
allascari (v) to thin (out) sfoltire
allavancari (v) to collapse, cave in, break down, slump crollare
allazzaràri(si) (v) to sadden, torment, trouble (vr - to grow sad) rattristare, martoriare, affliggere
allazzari (v) to fasten, tie, lace, button, connect, link allacciare
allèstiri (v) to organise, get ready allestere, approntare
alliari (v) to enclose, put forward (evidence) allegare
allibbirtàrisi (v) to gain liberty or freedom from something liberarsi di qualcosa
allinàrisi (v) to train, practice allenarsi
allìnchiri (o jìnchiri) (v) to fill up riempire
allittratu (adj) learned istruito
allungari (v) to lengthen; to extend, prolong; to defer, postpone allongare; prolungare; differire
ammarazzari (v) to embarass; to block, obstruct imbarazzare, mettere in imbarazzo; ingombrare
ammàttiri (v) to happen, occur, take place, befall accadere
ammazzari (v) to kill, murder uccidere
ammazzatina (n) killing, murder uccisione
amministìa (n) amnesty amnistia
ambintarisi (v) to become used to one's surrounds, to settle down; to calm down ambientarsi, calmarsi, riposare
ammaistrari (v) to instruct, educate, teach, inform, train istruire
ammèttiri (v) to admit, allow in, suppose, assume ammettere
ammintuàri o ammuntuàri (v) to mention, nominate; to record (historically), commemorate mentovare, nominare; ricordare, commemorare
ammitari (v) to invite, urge, induce invitare
ammubbiliari (v) to furnish (a home) arredare
ammucciari (v) to hide, conceal nascondere
ammurrari (v) to sulk, frown; to cloud over; to run aground; to obstruct, block; to exhaust (a mine) Imbronciarsi; arenarsi; ostruire; esaurire
ammustrari (v) to show, point out, display, demonstrate mostrare
ammuttari (v) to push, shove, urge, incite spingere
anciova (n) anchovy acciuga
annacari (o annaculiàrisi) (v) to rock; to dangle, sway; to shake, stir cullare; dondolare; scuotere
annavanzari (v) to exceed, pass, overcome superare
annavaratu (adj) hesitant, teetering tentennante, appanato
annijari (v) to drown, be drowned annegare
anniminari (v) to foretell, predict indovinare
annirbàrisi (v) to get nervous, become annoyed innervosirsi
anniscari (v) to catch, lure adescare
annunziari (v) to announce, foretell annunciare
anticchia (avv) a little un poco (Palermo e Provincia)
antìficu (adj) identical, perfectly equal identico
antura (adv) some time beforehand poco fa
anuri (n) honour onore
apparari (v) to make two things equal; to level rendere uguale; spianare
appariri (v) to surface, appear, come out, emerge emergere, apparire
appartèniri (v) to belong (to), be a member (of), appartenere
appizzari (v) ruin, spoil, waste; lose; gamble wastefully rovinare, sciupare; perdere; arrischiare il denaro al giuoco
apprisciàrisi (v) to hurry up, be quick affrettarsi
apprittari (v) to insist (on), urge, persist, put pressure (on) insistere
appròdicu (adj) lavish, extravagant prodigo
appujari (v) to support, lay/rest/lean (something) on/against appoggiare
appustamentu (n) trap, ambush agguato
àremmi (n) harem harem
arraccumannari (v) to recommend; to advise; to remind; to entrust (vr - implore) raccomandare
arraggiàrisi (v) to get angry, fly into a rage arrabbiarsi
arraggiunari (v) to discuss, reason parlare, discutere con calma
arrassu (adv) far off lontano
arribbummari (v) to roar, rumble, thunder rimbombare
arribbuttari (v) to throw back, reject, turn down rigettare
arricampàrisi (v) to come back, go back in, return home rientrare
arricanùsciri (v) to recgonsie, identify, acknowledge riconoscere
arricchiri (v) to enrich, make rich arricchire
arricriàri(si) (v) to enjoy (oneself), have fun; to revive, refresh, restore one's health divertire; ristorare
arricurdàrisi (v) to remember ricordare, ricordarsi
arricògghiri (v) to pick up, pluck, harvest, assemble, collect, gather (vr - to get back home) raccogliere
arrignari (v) to reign, rule regnare
arriminari (v) to mix, stir well rimestare, mescolare
arrinèsciri (v) to succeed, get ahead, manage, be able riuscire
arripassari (v) to review (schoolwork), check, go over again ripassare
arripizzari (v) to mend; patch; reconcile rammendare; rattoppare; rappacificare
arriscèdiri (v) to search, rummage through; to demand something; to seek, look for perquisire, frugare; rovistare; reclamare; ricercare
arruspùnniri (v) to answer, respond, reply respondere
arristari (v) to remain, stay remanere, restare
arrunzari o arrunchiari (v) to assemble, rally (troops); to sweep away; to push radunare; spazzare via; spingere. In senso figurato "Arrunzato" è qualcosa fatto male ed in fretta
arrusbigghiàri(si) (v) to waken, rouse, awaken svegliar(si)
arrusicari (v) to gnaw, nibble rodere
àrvulu (n) tree albero
ascutari (v) to listen (to), pay attention (to), take heed's of one's advice ascoltare, seguire il consiglio
asempiu (n) example, model esempio, modello
asèrcitu (n) army esercito
asìstiri (v) to exist esistere
assapurari (v) to try, taste, test assaggiare, gustare
assicunnari (v) to repeat, follow up replicare, ripetere
assicurari (v) to assure, ensure; to make safe assicurare; rendere sicuro
assicutari (v) to pursue, chase, run after inseguire, rincorrere
assincupàri(si) (o assintumari) (v) to faint, pass out svenire
assintari (v) to settle (gen, geol), balance (ledger) assestare
assittàrisi (v) to sit (down) seder(si)
assuggittari (v) to subject (vr - to submit to) assoggettare
assumigghiari (v) to resemble, look like, make similar (to) assomigliare
assuppari (o nzuppàrisi) (v) to absorb assorbire
assuttigghiamentu (n) privation, hardship privazione
assuttigghiari (v) to sharpen, reduce, summarise assottigliare, riassumere
assuzzari (v) to make equal, level, equalise, balance pareggiare
astruppiàrisi to hurt farsi male
astutari (v) to turn/switch off, extinguish, put out, muffle spegnere
attènniri (v) to focus on one's studies, concentrate dedicarsi allo studio
attrivitu (n) daring, bold; energetic, forceful ardimentoso, baldanzoso; energico
attruvari (v) to find, come across, discover trovare
attuari (v) to carry out, accomplish rializzari
autizza (n) height altezza
àutu tall, high alto
azzitàrisi (v) to become engaged findanzarsi
azzolu (adj) blue azzurro