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Il piacere, D'Annunzio - 1:I ✓


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spandere
to spread, lay out, scatter; to shed, spill; to spread, waft, diffuse; to squander, splash out
a guisa di
like, in the manner of
giglio
lily (bot.)
ginepro
juniper (tree)
sottocoppa
saucer; coaster, matt
zaffera
zaffer
broccatello
brocatelle; brocatello
lamina
lamina, foil, leaf, (thin) sheet (of metal); lamina (anat.); layer, stratum, band (geol.); blade, limb (of a leaf)
azzurrognolo
blueish
ambo (lett.)
both (liter.)
pallore (m.)
paleness, pallor, wanness
arboreo
arboreous, arboreal, treelike
favoleggiato
fabled
conflagrare (lett.)
to burst into flames, catch fire, conflagrate, flare up (liter.); (for a fight) to break out (fig.)
stordimento
daze, grogginess, stupefaction, numbness; confusion, dizziness
disciolto (pp. disciogliere)
dissolved
tumulto
tumult, uproar, commotion; thunder, loud noise; disorder, disturbance, riot, rioting, trouble; turmoil, tumult, disturbance, agitation (fig.)
tumultuosamente
turbulently
data
date
incancellabile
indelible, ineffaceable; unforgettable
irradiamento
irradiance, irradiation
camoscio
chamois (zoo.); chammy, chamois, chamois leather, suede; reddish-brown
eliotropio
heliotrope, sunflower (bot.); heliotrope, bloodstone (mineral.)
pertica
perch, rod, pole (gen. gymnastics, measure); pole, barge-pole (marit.); beanpole, rake (coll.)
prelato
prelate (relig.)
ebrietà
intoxication, drunkenness, inebriation (2.)
romore (m. lett.)
noise, rumble (liter., old-fashioned spelling)
seco (lett.)
with one/him/her/them (liter. obsol.)
empire (ita.)
to fill (up), to stuff; to surfeit, to satiate, to satisfy with food
occaso
sunset; Occident, west; demise, death (fig.)
febbricitante
feverish
prostrazione (f.)
prostration; prostration, demoralization, depression, dejection
accidentato
paralysed; uneven, bumpy, rough, broken, rugged; rough, hard, bumpy (fig.)
lirico (lett.)
lyric(al); operatic, opera (attrib.) (adj.); lyric poet, lyrist (n.)
duca (m.)
duke
puerile
childlike, childish; puerile, immature, adolescent, juvenile, schoolboy (pejor.)
attaccatura
joint, join, base, seam
attaccatura dei capelli
hairline
riallacciare
to refasten, to fasten/ tie again; to reconnect, to connect/to link again; to renew, resume
declinare
to decline, slope, dip; to decline, set, go down; to draw to one's close, decline; to dwindle, diminish; to deviate, wander (intrans.); to decline, to bow down, bend down; to decline, refuse; to state (bureau.); to decline, inflect (ling.); to close, end (trans.)
istrione (m.)
histrion, actor (hist.); inferior actor, luvvy, ham (offens. humor.); play-actor (fig.)
apparecchiatore
dressing (adj.); dresser (n.)
gemma
shoot, bud, sucker, gemma, bud (bot.); gem, gemstone, jewel, gem (fig.)
cinereo
ashy, ashen, cinereous, deadly, ash-coloured; melancholy, melancholic (fig. liter.)
connubio
marriage (liter.), union, alliance (fig.)
giarrettiera
garter, suspender
pelliccia
fur
fluidità
fluidity, instability; fluidity, fluency (of style)
diletto
darling, beloved; delight, joy, pleasure
pupilla
pupil (anat.)
rimembranza (lett.)
recollection, remembrance, memory (liter.)
esalazione (f.)
exhalation; fumes
alfine
finally, at the end
oblioso
oblivious, forgetful
accecato
blind, blinded
iroso
irascible, short-tempered, quick-tempered
gaudio
joy, delight, bliss
periglioso (lett.)
dangerous, hazardous (liter.)