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Ürümchi {prop} /uːˈruːmtʃi/ (Capital of Xinjiang) SEE: Ürümqi  ::
ubiquitin {n} (small polypeptide)  :: ubiquitina {f}
ubiquitous {adj} /juːˈbɪkwɪtəs/ (being everywhere)  :: ubiquitario {m}
ubiquitous {adj} (seeming to appear everywhere at the same time)  :: ubiquitario {m}
udarnik {n} (shock worker, super-productive worker in the Soviet Union and the other countries from the Soviet Block, see also: Stakhanovite)  :: udarnik
udder {n} /ˈʌdɚ/ (organ formed of the mammary glands of female quadruped mammals)  :: mammella {f}
Udine {prop} (capital)  :: Udine {f}
Udine {prop} (province)  :: Udine {f}
UEFA {initialism} /juˈeɪfə/ (Union of European Football Associations)  :: UEFA
uey {n} /ˈjʊu.ɪi/ (U-turn) SEE: U-turn  ::
UFO {n} /ju ɛf ˈoʊ/ (an unidentified flying object)  :: UFO {m}, ufo {m} or OVNI
ufological {adj} (pertaining to ufology)  :: ufologico
ufology {n} /ˌjuːˈfɑlədʒi/ (the study of UFOs)  :: ufologia {f}
Uganda {prop} (Republic of Uganda)  :: Uganda
ugh {interj} /ɯx/ (to express disgust)  :: che schifo
ugli {n} /ˈʌɡli/ (cross between a tangerine and grapefruit)  :: mapo {m}
ugli fruit {n} (ugli) SEE: ugli  ::
ugliness {n}  :: bruttezza
ugliness {n} (condition of being ugly)  :: bruttezza {f}
ugly {adj} /ˈʌgli/ (displeasing to the eye; not aesthetically pleasing)  :: brutto
ugly duckling {n} (one who is ugly, but who is expected to become beautiful as they mature)  :: brutto anatroccolo {m}
uh {interj} /ʌː/ (expression of confusion or uncertainty)  :: uh
uh {interj} (space filler or pause during conversation)  :: uh
uhlan {n} /ˈ(j)uːlən/ (soldier with lance)  :: ulano {m}
Ukraine {prop} /juˈkɹeɪn/ (Eastern European country)  :: Ucraina {f}
Ukrainian {adj} (relating to Ukraine or its people)  :: ucraino {m}, ucraina {f}
Ukrainian {n} /juːˈkreiniən/ (ethnic/citizen)  :: ucraino {m}, ucraina {f}, ucraini {m-p}, ucraine {f-p}
Ukrainian {prop} (language)  :: ucraino {m}
ukulele {n} /ˈjuː.kə.leɪ.li/ (small four-stringed guitar)  :: ukulele {m} {f}
ulcer {n} /ʌlsər/ (peptic ulcer) SEE: peptic ulcer  ::
ulcus molle {n} (chancroid) SEE: chancroid  ::
ulna {n} (bone of the forearm)  :: ulna {f}
Ulric {prop} (male given name)  :: Ulderico, Ulrico
Ulrica {prop} (female given name)  :: Ulrica
ultimate {adj} (eventual)  :: definitivo {m}, definitiva {f}, conclusivo {m}, conclusiva {f}, ultimativo {m}, ultimativa {f}, finale
ultimate {adj} (greatest or maximum)  :: estremo {m}, estrema {f}
ultimate {adj} /ˈʌltəmɪt/ (final; last in a series)  :: ultimo {m}, ultima {f}
ultimately {adv} (indicating the most important action)  :: alla fine, per ultimo
ultimately {adv} /ˈʌltɪmətli/ (indicating the last item)  :: infine, per ultimo, per ultima cosa, in fin dei conti
ultimatum {n} /ˌʌltɪˈmeɪtəm/ (a final statement of terms or conditions made by one party to another)  :: ultimatum
ultracapacitor {n} (ultracapacitor) SEE: supercapacitor  ::
ultracentrifuge {n}  :: ultracentrifuga {f}
ultracentrifuge {v}  :: ultracentrifugare
ultracondenser {n} (optical condenser of an ultramicroscope)  :: ultracondensatore {f}
ultramarathon {n} (a running race)  :: ultramaratona {f}
ultramarathoner {n} (someone who participates in ultramarathons)  :: ultramaratoneta {m} {f}
ultramarine {adj} (colour)  :: ultramarino
ultramarine {n} (colour)  :: blu oltremare {m}
ultramarine {n} /ˌʌl.trə.məˈriːn/ (pigment)  :: ultramarino {m}
ultramicrotome {n} (microtome that cuts extremely thin slices of tissue, especially for use in electron microscopy)  :: ultramicrotomo {m}
ultramontanism {n} (Roman Catholic philosophy that emphasises the prerogatives and powers of the Pope)  :: ultramontanismo {m}
ultrasonic {adj} (beyond (higher in frequency than) the range of sound perceptible to the human ear)  :: ultrasonoro, ultrasonico
ultrasonography {n}  :: ecografia {f}
ultraviolet {adj} (radiation with wavelengths from 380 nanometre - 10 nanometre)  :: ultravioletto
Uluru {prop} /ˈuluɹu/ (giant rock in Australia)  :: Uluṟu
Ulysses {prop} (Odysseus) SEE: Odysseus  ::
-um {suffix} /əm/ (Latinate singular grammatical number suffix)  :: -o, -a
umbellifer {n} (any plant of the family Apiaceae/Umbelliferae)  :: ombrellifera {f}
umbelliform {adj} (having the shape of an umbel)  :: ombrelliforme
umbilicus {n} /ˌʌmˈbɪlɪkəs/ (navel) SEE: navel  ::
umbra {n} (shadow) SEE: shadow  ::
umbrella {n} /ʌmˈbɹɛlə/ (cloth-covered frame used for protection against rain or sun)  :: ombrello {m}, parapioggia
umbrella organization {n} (umbrella organisation) SEE: umbrella organisation  ::
umbrella pine {n} (stone pine) SEE: stone pine  ::
umbrella term {n} (term covering a broad category of functions)  :: termine generico {m};
Umbria {prop} (region of Italy)  :: Umbria {f}
Umbrian {adj} /ˈʌmbɹiən/ (relating to Umbria or to its inhabitants or extinct language)  :: umbro
Umbrian {n} (an inhabitant of Umbria)  :: umbro {m}, umbra {f}
Umbriel {prop} (moon of Uranus)  :: Umbriel {m}
ummah {n} /ˈʊmə/ (the worldwide Muslim community)  :: umma {f}
umpire {v} /ˈʌm.paɪ.ə(ɹ)/ (to act as an umpire in a game)  :: arbitro
umpteenth {num} /ˈʌmp.tiːnθ/ (informal: occurring in a relatively large but unspecified position in a series)  :: ennesimo
un- {prefix} (denoting absence)  :: in-
un- {prefix} (reversal or cancellation)  :: s-
UN {initialism} (United Nations)  :: ONU
unaffordable {adj} (too expensive to be afforded)  :: impagabile, inaccessibile
unafraid {adj} (not afraid, fearless)  :: senza paura
unambiguous {adj} (clear, and having no uncertainty or ambiguity)  :: univoco {m}
unambiguously {adv} (unambiguously)  :: univocamente
unauthorised {adj} (not unauthorised) SEE: unauthorized  ::
unavailable {adj} (not available)  :: indisponibile
unavoidable {adj} (impossible to avoid)  :: inevitabile
unaware {adj} (not aware or informed)  :: ignaro, inconsapevole
unbalance {v} (to cause to be out of balance)  :: squilibrare, sbilanciare
unbeknownst {adv} /ˌʌnbɪˈnoʊnst/ (Without the knowledge of)  :: all'insaputa (di)
unbelievable {adj} (incredible)  :: incredibile {m} {f}
unbelievably {adv} (contrary to expectations)  :: incredibilmente
unbelievably {adv} (in a manner one does not believe)  :: incredibilmente
unbelievably {adv} (to an extent not to be believed)  :: incredibilmente
unbeliever {n} (infidel) SEE: infidel  ::
unbelieving {adj} (that does not believe)  :: incredulo
unbibium {n} /ˌʌnˈbɪbiəm/ (element)  :: unbibio {m}
unbinilium {n} (chemical element)  :: unbinilio {m}
unbiunium {n}  :: unbiunio {m}
unbolt {v} (to undo a bolt)  :: sbullonare
unbroken {adj} (continuous, without interruption)  :: continuo {m}, continua {f}
unbroken {adj} (whole, not divided into parts)  :: intero {m}, intera {f}
unbuckle {v} (to unfasten (the buckle of))  :: sfibbiare
unbutton {v} ((transitive))  :: sbottonare
uncanny {adj} (a Freudian concept)  :: perturbante
uncanny {adj} (strange, mysteriously unsettling)  :: bizzarro {m}, strano, sconcertante, curioso, inquietante, angosciante, sinistro
uncertainly {adv} /ʌnˈsɝtn̩li/ (in an uncertain manner)  :: dubbiosamente, aleatoriamente
unciform {n} /ˈʌnsɪfɔːɹm/ (hamate bone) SEE: hamate bone  ::
uncle {n} /ˈʌŋ.kəl/ (brother (or brother-in-law) of someone’s parent)  :: zio {m}
unconsciousness {n} (the state of lacking consciousness)  :: incoscienza
unconstitutional {adj} (contrary to the constitution)  :: incostituzionale
unconstitutionality {n} (status of being unconstitutional)  :: incostituzionalità {f}
uncontaminated {adj} (unpolluted)  :: incontaminato
uncontrollable {adj} (Not able to be controlled, contained or governed)  :: incontrollabile
uncontrolled {adj} (not controlled)  :: sfrenato, incontrollato
uncooked {adj} (raw, not cooked)  :: crudo
uncork {v} (to open by removing the cork or stopper from)  :: stappare
uncountable {adj} (linguistics: about a noun which cannot be counted)  :: non numerabile, invariabile
uncountable {adj} (mathematics: incapable of being enumerated by natural numbers)  :: non numerabile
uncountable {adj} (too many to be counted)  :: innumerevole, incalcolabile
uncouth {adj} (clumsy, awkward)  :: goffo
uncouth {adj} /ʌnˈkuːθ/ (unfamiliar, strange, foreign)  :: strano
uncouth {adj} (unrefined, crude)  :: rozzo, grossolano, grezzo {m}
uncultivated {adj} (not cultivated (land))  :: incolto
uncultivated {adj} (uncivilized)  :: incolto, incivile, ignorante, rozzo
uncurable {adj} (incurable) SEE: incurable  ::
undecagon {n} (11-sided polygon)  :: undecagono {m}
undefeated {adj} (not defeated)  :: invitto {m}
undefended {adj} (not defended)  :: indifeso
undelivered {adj} (not delivered)  :: giacente, [mail] inesitato
undeniable {adj} (irrefutable, or impossible to deny)  :: innegabile
undeniably {adv} (in an undeniable manner)  :: innegabilmente
under {prep} /ˈʌn.dɚ/ (in a lower level than)  :: sotto
under {prep}  :: sotto
underage {adj} /ˌʌndərˈeɪdʒ/ (below legal age)  :: minorenne
underage {n} /ˈʌndərɪdʒ/ (deficit in funds) SEE: deficit  ::
undercarriage {n} (landing gear) SEE: landing gear  ::
under control {adj} (being taken care of)  :: sotto controllo
undercover {adj} (Performed or happening in secret)  :: clandestino
underdeveloped {adj} (having a low level of economic productivity and technological sophistication)  :: sottosviluppato
underdevelopment {n} (condition of being insufficiently developed)  :: sottosviluppo {m}
underdog {n} (competitor thought unlikely to win)  :: perdente {m}, outsider {m}
underdog {n} (somebody at a disadvantage)  :: oppresso {m}
underdone {adj} (insufficiently cooked) SEE: undercooked  ::
underestimate {n} (an estimate that is too low)  :: sottostima {f}
underestimate {v} /ʌndɚˈɛs.tɨ.meɪt/ (to perceive as having lower value)  :: sottovalutare, sottostimare, sottostimare
underestimated {v} (underrated) SEE: underrated  ::
underestimation {n} (underestimate) SEE: underestimate  ::
underfinancing {n}  :: sottofinanziamento {m}
underfoot {adv} (in the way) SEE: in the way  ::
undergarments {n} (underwear)  :: biancheria intima {f}
under glass {prep} (in a greenhouse)  :: sottovetro
underground {adj} (below the ground)  :: sotterraneo
underground {adj} (hidden, furtive)  :: clandestino
underground {adv} (below the ground)  :: sottoterra
underground {n} (movement or organisation of people who resist artistic convention)  :: underground {m}
underground {n} (movement or organisation of people who resist political convention)  :: resistenza {f}, movimento clandestino {m}, organizzazione clandestina {f}
underground {n} (underground railway) SEE: underground railway  ::
underhand {adj} /ˌʌn.də(r)ˈ(h)ænd/ (dishonest and sneaky)  :: subdolo, sfuggente, viscido
underhand {adv} (in a dishonest and sneaky manner)  :: subdolamente, sottobanco
underline {v} (to draw an underline)  :: sottolineare
undermine {v} /ʌndəˈmʌɪn/  :: insidiare
undernourished {adj} (insufficiently nourished)  :: denutrito
under one's breath {adv} (softly)  :: sotto voce, a bassa voce
under one's hat {adj} (secret) SEE: secret  ::
under one's thumb {adj} (under one's thumb)  :: essere succube [di qualcuno]
underpad {n} (mattress protector) SEE: mattress protector  ::
underpaid {adj} (getting too little financial compensation for one's work)  :: sottopagato
underpants {n} (underwear)  :: mutande {f-p}
underpass {n} (passage)  :: sottopassaggio
underplot {n} (subplot) SEE: subplot  ::
underrated {adj} (not given enough recognition)  :: sottovalutato
underscore {v} /ˈʌn.də(ɹ)ˌskɔː(ɹ)/ (to underline)  :: sottolineare
undersecretary {n} (an administrator immediately subordinate to a head of a government department or to a member of a cabinet)  :: sottosegretario {m}, sottosegretaria {f}, viceministro {m}
understand {v} /ˌʌndəɹˈsteənd]/ (to be aware of the meaning of)  :: capire, comprendere, intendere
understandable {adj} (capable of being accepted or excused)  :: perdonabile, comprensibile
understandable {adj} (capable of being understood)  :: comprensibile
understandably {adv} (in an understandable manner)  :: intelligibilmente
understudy {n} (performer who understudies)  :: doppio
understudy {v} (to act as an understudy)  :: sostituire
undertake {v} /ʌndəˈteɪk/ (to start an enterprise)  :: intraprendere
undertaker {n} /ˈʌndə(ɹ)ˌteɪkə(ɹ)/ (funeral director)  :: impresario di pompe funebri
undertaking {n} /ˈʌndə(r)ˌteɪkɪŋ/ (A promise or pledge; a guarantee)  :: garanzia {f}
under the counter {adj} (unofficially)  :: illecito, fraudolento, irregolare
under the counter {adv} (illicitly)  :: sottobanco, illecitamente, fraudolento, subdolamente
under-the-counter {adj} (under the counter) SEE: under the counter  ::
underwear {n} (clothes worn next to the skin)  :: biancheria intima {f}, intimo {m}, [colluquial] mutande {f-p}
underwire {n} (wire placed in bra)  :: ferretto {m}
underworld {n} (part of society engaged in crime or vice)  :: malavita {f}
undesirable {adj} (objectionable or not likely to please)  :: indesiderabile {m} {f}
undestroyable {adj} (Not able to be destroyed)  :: indistruttibile
undies {n} (panties) SEE: panties  ::
undifferentiated {adj} (in biology)  :: indifferenziato
undifferentiated {adj} (in botany)  :: indifferenziato
undisputed {adj} (unchallenged)  :: incontrastato, accettato
undisputed {adj} (universally agreed upon)  :: indiscusso
undo {v} /ʌnˈduː/ (to reverse)  :: annullare, disfare
undo {v} (to unfasten)  :: slacciare
undoubtfully {adv} (without doubt) SEE: undoubtedly  ::
undress {v} /ʌnˈdɹɛs/ ((intransitive) remove one's clothing)  :: svestirsi
undulated antshrike {n} (bird)  :: averla formichiera ondulato
unearth {v} (to uncover or find)  :: scovare
unease {n} (a feeling of disquiet or concern)  :: inquietudine
unechoing {adj} (that does not echo) SEE: echoless  ::
unelegant {adj} (not elegant)  :: inelegante
unemployed {adj} (having no job)  :: disoccupato
unemployed {n} (the unemployed as a group)  :: i disoccupati {m-p}
unemployment {n} (joblessness)  :: disoccupazione {f}
unequivocally {adv} (in an unequivocal or unambiguous manner)  :: inequivocabilmente
unexceptionable {adj} (beyond reproach)  :: ineccepibile
unexpected {adj} /ʌnɪkˈspɛktɪd/ (not expected, anticipated or foreseen)  :: inaspettato
unexpectedly {adv} /ʌnɪkˈspɛktɪdli/ (in an unexpected manner)  :: inaspettatamente
unexplainable {adj} (inexplicable) SEE: inexplicable  ::
unexplainably {adv} (inexplicably) SEE: inexplicably  ::
unfair {adj} /ʌnˈfɛɚ/ (not fair)  :: scorretto {m}
unfairly {adv} (unjustly) SEE: unjustly  ::
unfairness {n}  :: ingiustizia {f}
unfairness {n} (state of being unfair)  :: scorrettezza
unfashionable {adj} (not fashionable)  :: fuori moda
unfavourable {adj} (unfavourable) SEE: unfavorable  ::
unfordable {adj} (unable to be forded)  :: inguadabile
unforeseeable {adj} (incapable of being foreseen)  :: imprevedibile, imprevisibile
unforgettable {adj} (which is very difficult to forget)  :: indimenticabile
unforgivable {adj} (not forgivable)  :: imperdonabile
unfortunate {adj} (marked or accompanied by or resulting in misfortune)  :: sfortunato
unfortunate {adj} (not favored by fortune)  :: sfortunato
unfortunately {adv} (happening through bad luck)  :: sfortunatamente, purtroppo, malauguratamente
unfreeze {v} (defrost) SEE: defrost  ::
unfreeze {v} (thaw) SEE: thaw  ::
unfruitful {adj} (Not bearing fruit)  :: infruttifero, inutile, esito negativo
unfurl {v} /ʌnˈfɝl/ (to unroll or release)  :: srotolare
ungrateful {adj} (not grateful)  :: ingrato
ungratefulness {n} (ingratitude) SEE: ingratitude  ::
unharness {v} (to liberate) SEE: liberate  ::
unharness {v} (to remove the harness from a horse, etc.)  :: staccare, sbardare
unhealthy {adj} (conducive to poor health)  :: malsano, insalubre
unheralded {adj} (Without prior warning; unexpected or unannounced)  :: senza avviso previo
unhistoric {adj} (unhistorical) SEE: unhistorical  ::
unhurt {adj} (not hurt)  :: incolume, indenne
unicameralism {n} (principle of having single chamber legislative body)  :: unicameralismo {m}
unicellular {adj} (having a single cell)  :: unicellulare
unicorn {n} /ˈjunɪkɔɹn/ (mythical beast)  :: unicorno {m}
unicycle {n} (one-wheeled pedaled cycle)  :: monociclo {m}
unicyclist {n} (person who operates a unicycle)  :: uniciclista {m} {f}
unidentified flying object {n} (anything in the air not readily explainable)  :: oggetto volante non identificato {m}, OVNI {m} [abbreviation]
unifacial {adj}  :: unifacciale
unifiable {adj} (able to be united or unified)  :: unificabile
unification {n} (act of unifying)  :: unificazione {f}
uniflorous {adj} (bearing a single flower)  :: unifloro
uniform {adj} (consistent)  :: uniforme
uniform {adj} /ˈjunəfɔrm/ (unvarying)  :: uniforme
uniform {n} (distinctive outfit as a means of identifying members of a group)  :: uniforme {m}
uniform antshrike {n} (passerine bird of the antbird family)  :: averla formichiera unicolore
uniformitarianism {n} /juːnɪfɔːmɪˈtɛːɹɪənɪzm/ (the scientific principle that natural processes operated in the past in the same way that they do today)  :: attualismo {m}
uniformly {adv} (in a uniform manner)  :: uniformemente
unify {v} (cause to become one)  :: unificare
unilateralism {n} (tendency of nations to act on their own)  :: unilateralismo {m}
uninstall {v} (completely remove hardware or software)  :: disinstallare
uninstallation {n} (process of removing a program)  :: disinstallazione {f}
unintelligible {adj} /ˌʌnɪnˈtɛlɨdʒɨbəl/ (not intelligible)  :: inintelligibile, incomprensibile
unintentionally {adv} (in an unintentional manner)  :: involontariamente
uninterrupted {adj} (without interruption)  :: ininterrotto
uninterruptedly {adv} (without interruption)  :: ininterrottamente
union {n} (in set theory)  :: unione {f}
union {n} /ˈjuːnjən/ (the act of uniting or the state of being united)  :: unione {f}
union {n} (trade union) SEE: trade union  ::
union {n}  :: unione {f}
unipolar {adj} (having a single pole)  :: [physics] omopolare, [physics] monopolare, unipolare
unique {adj} (one of a kind)  :: unico {m}, unica {f}
uniqueness {n} (state or quality of being unique or one-of-a-kind)  :: unicità {f}
unisexual {adj} (having characteristics of a single sex)  :: unisessuale
unison {n} /ˈjunɨsən, -zən/ (music: the simultaneous playing of an identical note more than once)  :: unisono {m}
unit {n} (international unit) SEE: international unit  ::
unit {n} /ˈjuː.nɪt/ (standard measure of a quantity)  :: unità {f}
unit {n} (kilowatt-hour as recorded on an electricity meter) SEE: kilowatt-hour  ::
Unitarianism {n} (the religious belief that God is a single person)  :: unitarianismo {m}
unit cell {n} (smallest repeating structure in crystal)  :: cella elementare {f}
unit circle {n} (circle of radius 1)  :: circonferenza unitaria {f}
unit circle {n} (circle of radius 1 with centre at the origin, used in trigonometry)  :: circonferenza unitaria {f}
unite {v} /juˈnaɪt/ (to come or bring together as one)  :: unire
united {adj}  :: unito
United Arab Emirates {prop} (country in the Middle East)  :: Emirati Arabi Uniti {m-p}
United Kingdom {prop} /juːˌnaɪ.tɪd ˈkɪŋ.dəm/ (Kingdom in Europe, see also: Great Britain)  :: Regno Unito {m}
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland {prop} (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland)  :: Regno Unito di Gran Bretagna e Irlanda del Nord {m}
United Nations {prop} (international coalition)  :: Nazioni Unite {f-p} (Abbr: ONU)
United States {prop} /juːˌnaɪ.tɪd ˈsteɪts/ (The United States)  :: Stati Uniti {m-p}
United States of America {prop} (Country in North America)  :: Stati Uniti d'America {m-p}, Stati Uniti {m-p}, SUA
United States Virgin Islands {prop} (a US overseas territory in the Caribbean)  :: Isole Vergini americane {m-p}
unit matrix {n} (identity matrix) SEE: identity matrix  ::
unit of measurement {n} (unit of measure) SEE: unit of measure  ::
unity {n} /ˈjuːnɪti/ (the state of being one or undivided)  :: unità {f}
universal {adj} /ˌjuːnɪˈvɜːrsl/  :: universale {m} {f}
universality {n} (the property of being universal)  :: universalità {f}
universe {n} /ˈjuːnəˌvɝs/ (the Universe)  :: universo {m}
universe {n}  :: universo {m}
universe of discourse {n} (domain of discourse) SEE: domain of discourse  ::
university {n} /junɪˈvɝsəti/ (institution of higher education)  :: università {f}
university of life {n} (source of education by adverse experience) SEE: school of hard knocks  ::
unjust {adj} /ʌnˈdʒʌst/ (not fair, just or right)  :: ingiusto
unjustice {n} (injustice) SEE: injustice  ::
unjustifiable {adj} (cannot be justified)  :: ingiustificabile
unknown {adj} /ʌnˈnoʊn/ (not known)  :: ignoto, sconosciuto
unlawfulness {n}  :: illegalità {f}
unleaded {adj} /ˌʌnˈlɛd.əd/ (without lead)  :: senza piombo
unleash {v} /ʌnˈliʃ/ (to free from a leash)  :: sguinzagliare
unless {conj} /ənˈlɛs/ (except on a specified condition)  :: a meno che, se non
unlike {adj} (not likely) SEE: unlikely  ::
unlikely {adj} (not likely)  :: improbabile {m}
unlimited {adj} (limitless or without bounds; unrestricted)  :: illimitato
unlivable {adj} (unfit for habitation)  :: invivibile
unload {v} (take off or remove the load from something)  :: discaricare
unmanageable {adj} (not manageable; not readily submitting to handling)  :: ingovernabile
unmarried {adj} (having no husband or wife)  :: celibe {m}, nubile {f}
unmask {v} /ʌnˈmæsk/ (to remove a mask from someone)  :: smascherare
unmask {v} (to expose the true character of someone)  :: smascherare, palesare, scoprire
unmask {v} (to remove one's mask)  :: smascherarsi
unmeaningness {n} (insignificance) SEE: insignificance  ::
unmistakable {adj} (unique, such that it cannot be mistaken for something else)  :: inconfondibile
unmount {v} (reverse operation of mount)  :: smontare, disinstallare
unnamed {adj} (having no name)  :: innominato {m}
unnecessary {adj} /ʌnˈnɛ.səˌsɛ.ɹi/ (not necessary)  :: inutile
unnumbered {adj} (countless)  :: innumerevole
UNO {initialism} (United Nations Organization)  :: ONU
unobtainable {adj} (not able to be acquired or reached)  :: introvabile
unobtrusively {adv} /ˌʌn.əbˈtruː.sɪv.li/ (in a manner that is not noticeable or blatant)  :: discretamente, alla chetichella
unofficial {adj} (not official)  :: ufficioso {m}
unorthodox {adj} (unusual, unconventional, or idiosyncratic)  :: inusuale, poco convenzionale, poco ortodosso, peculiare, eccentrico
unpack {v} (to remove from a package)  :: sballare, disimballare
unpleasant {adj} /ʌnˈpleznt/ (Not pleasant)  :: spiacevole, sgradevole
unpleasantness {n} /ʌnˈplezntnəs/ (The property of being unpleasant or disagreeable)  :: spiacevolezza, disaccordo
unpolluted {adj} (uncontaminated)  :: incontaminato
unpopular {adj} (lacking popularity)  :: impopolare
unpopularity {n} (property or degree of being unpopular)  :: impopolarità {f}
unpredictable {adj} (unable to be predicted)  :: imprevedibile {m} {f}
unpredictable {n} (unpredictable thing)  :: imprevisto {m}
unpronounceable {adj} (impossible or difficult to pronounce or articulate)  :: impronunciabile
unprotect {v} (remove access restrictions)  :: sproteggere
unpublished {adj} (not published)  :: inedito
unquestioned {adj} (accepted without question; indisputable)  :: indiscusso
unravel {v} (to become undone)  :: disfare
unravel {v} (to separate the threads (of))  :: districare, smagliare, sfilacciare
unreadable {adj} (not sufficiently interesting to be worth reading)  :: illeggibile
unreadable {adj} (that cannot be read or is not easy to read)  :: illeggibile
unreal {adj} /ʌnˈriəl/ (fake)  :: irreale
unreality {n}  :: irrealtà
unreasonable {adj} (not reasonable)  :: irragionevole
unreasonableness {n}  :: irragionevolezza
unrecognizable {adj} (that cannot be recognized)  :: irriconoscibile
unreconcilable {adj} (irreconcilable) SEE: irreconcilable  ::
unreliable {adj} (not reliable)  :: inaffidabile {m}
unremarkable {adj} (not remarkable)  :: insignificante
unremitting {adj} (incessant)  :: incessante
unrepeatable {adj}  :: irripetibile
unrepresentable {adj} (cannot be represented)  :: irrappresentabile
unrequited love {n} (love that is not reciprocated, even though reciprocation is desired)  :: amore non corrisposto {n}
unrewarding {adj} (not providing reward)  :: ingrato
unrightwise {adj} (unrighteous) SEE: unrighteous  ::
unrivalled {adj} (unrivaled) SEE: unrivaled  ::
unrobe {v} (disrobe) SEE: disrobe  ::
unsaid {adj} (unspoken) SEE: unspoken  ::
unsatisfied {adj} (dissatisfied) SEE: dissatisfied  ::
unsaturated {adj} (capable of dissolving more solute)  :: insaturo
unsaturated {adj} (having one or more double bonds or triple bonds between carbon atoms)  :: insaturo
unscathed {adj} (not injured/harmed)  :: immune, incolume, senza un graffio, indenne, sano e salvo
unscrupulousness {n} (the state of being unscrupulous)  :: spregiudicatezza {f}
unseemly {adj} (inconsistent with standards, etc.)  :: inappropriato, indicibile, irripetibile
unselfish {adj} (not selfish; selfless; generous; altruistic)  :: altruista, altruistico
unshakeable {adj} (not able to be shaken)  :: incrollabile
unshaven {adj} (unkempt) SEE: unkempt  ::
unsigned {adj} (not accepting negative numbers; having only a positive absolute value)  :: senza segno
unsold {adj} (not sold)  :: invenduto {m}, rimanenza {f}
unstressed {adj} (not stressed or accentuated)  :: atona {f}
unsufferable {adj} /ʌnˈsʌfərəbəl/ (insufferable) SEE: insufferable  ::
unsuitable {adj} (not suitable; unfit; inappropriate)  :: inadatto
unsuited {adj}  :: inadatto, inadeguato, inopportuno
unsung {adj} /ˌʌnˈsʌŋ/ (which has not been lauded or appreciated)  :: sconosciuto (non riconosciuto)
unsure {adj} (uncertain)  :: incerto {m}
unsustainability {n} (state or condition of being unsustainable)  :: insostenibilità {f}
unsustainable {adj} (Not sustainable)  :: insostenibile
unsympathetic {adj} (not sympathetic)  :: antipatico
untamed {adj} (Wild, uncontrolled, especially of animals not domesticated or trained to human contact)  :: selvatico {m}
unthinkable {adj} /ʌnˈθɪŋkəbəl/ (incapable of being believed; incredible)  :: impensabile
unthread {v} (remove a thread (from))  :: sfilare, sfilarsi
untie {v} (to become untied or loosed)  :: sciogliersi
untie {v} (to free from fastening or from restraint)  :: disfare
untie {v} (to loosen, as something interlaced or knotted)  :: disfare, sciogliere
until {conj}  :: fino a
until {prep} /ənˈtɪl/ (up to the time of)  :: finché, fino a quando, fino a
untouchable {n} (pariah) SEE: pariah  ::
untraceable {adj} (not able to be traced)  :: non tracciabile, irrintracciabile, irreperibile
untruism {n} (false statement) SEE: falsehood  ::
untruth {n} /ʌnˈtɹuːθ/ (lie or falsehood)  :: bugia {f}
untruthful {adj} (not giving the truth, lying)  :: bugiardo {m}
ununbium {n} (chemical element)  :: ununbio {m}
ununennium {n} (chemical element)  :: ununennio {m}
ununhexium {n} (element with atomic number 116)  :: ununhexio {m}
ununoctium {n} (chemical element)  :: ununoctio {m}
ununpentium {n} (chemical element)  :: ununpentio {m}
ununquadium {n} (chemical element)  :: ununquadio {m}
ununseptium {n} /uːnuːnˈsɛptiəm/ (element with atomic number 117)  :: ununseptio {m}
ununtrium {n} (chemical element)  :: ununtrio {m}
unununium {n} (systematic name for roentgenium)  :: unununio {m}
unuseful {adj} /ʌnˈjuːsfəl/ (not useful)  :: inutile {m} {f}
unusual {adj} /ʌnˈjuːʒuəl/ (unlike what is expected; differing in some way from the norm)  :: insolito, particolare
unvariable {adj} (invariable) SEE: invariable  ::
unvisible {adj} (invisible) SEE: invisible  ::
unvisibly {adv} (invisibly) SEE: invisibly  ::
unvoiced {adj} (linguistics: voiceless) SEE: voiceless  ::
unvoluntary {adj} (involuntary) SEE: involuntary  ::
unwary {adj} (lacking caution)  :: incauto
unwholesome {adj} (not wholesome)  :: malsano, insalubre, sfavorevole
unwillingly {adv} (in an unwilling manner)  :: svogliatamente, malvolentieri, di malavoglia, senza alcun interesse
unwillingness {n} (property of being unwilling)  :: riluttanza
unworthy {adj} /ʌnˈwɝði/ (not worthy)  :: non degno, indegno
unwrinkled {adj} (wrinkle-free) SEE: wrinkle-free  ::
unwritten rule {n} (unspoken rule) SEE: unspoken rule  ::
up {adv}  :: (in) su
up {adv} /ʌp/ (away from earth’s centre)  :: su
upblow {v} (blow up) SEE: blow up  ::
update {n} (action of advising someone so that they are up to date)  :: aggiornamento {m}
update {n} /ˈʌpdeɪt/ (action of making something up to date)  :: aggiornamento {m}
update {v} (to advise a person so that they are up to date)  :: aggiornare
update {v} (to make something up to date)  :: aggiornare
upfront {adv} ( attacker) SEE: attacker  ::
upfront {adv} ( beforehand) SEE: beforehand  ::
upheaval {n} /ʌpˈhi.vəl/ (process of being heaved upward, especially of the earth's crust)  :: sollevamento {m}
uphill {adv} /ˌʌpˈhɪl/ (up a slope, towards higher ground)  :: in salita
uphold {v} /ˌʌpˈhold/ (to support by approval or encouragement)  :: difendere (a right), sostenere (a principle), [law] confermare
upholstery {n} /əˈpɐl.stɹi/ (craft or business of upholstering furniture)  :: tappezzeria
upkeep {n} (maintenance; the act or effort of keeping something in good repair)  :: manutenzione {f}
upkeep {v} (to maintain (something) or keep it in good repair)  :: manutenere
upland antshrike {n} (passerine bird)  :: averla formichiera dei monti
uplift {v} /ʌpˈlɪft/ (to raise something or someone to a higher level)  :: elevare, esaltare
upload {n} (file transfer)  :: upload, caricamento {m}
upload {v} (to transfer data)  :: caricare
upper {adj} /ˈʌpɚ/  :: superiore
upper case {n} (capital letters, collectively)  :: maiuscolo {m}, lettera maiuscola {f}, carattere maiuscolo {m}
Upper Lusatian {prop} (Upper Sorbian) SEE: Upper Sorbian  ::
up quark {n} (up quark)  :: quark up {m}
upright {adj} (of good morals)  :: integro {m}, retto {m}, onesto {m}, virtuoso {m}
upright {adj} /ˈʌpraɪt/ (vertical; erect)  :: eretto {m}, in verticale, dritto {m}, in piedi
upright {adv} (in or into an upright position)  :: in piedi, in posizione verticale
upright bass {n} (instrument) SEE: double bass  ::
uprighteous {adj} (righteous) SEE: righteous  ::
uproot {v} (eradicate) SEE: eradicate  ::
uproot {v} /ʌpˈɹuːt/ (extirpate) SEE: extirpate  ::
upsadaisy {interj} (an affectionate encouragement)  :: oplà
ups and downs {n} (idiomatic)  :: alti e bassi
upscale {adj} (marked by wealth or quality) SEE: high-class  ::
upset {n} /ˈʌpsɛt/ (disturbance, disruption)  :: turbamento {m}
upset {n} (sports: unexpected victory of a competitor)  :: sorpresa {f}
upset {v} (disturb, disrupt, unfavorably alter)  :: sconvolgere, angosciare, turbare
upset {v} (make (a person) angry, distressed or unhappy)  :: innervosire
upset {v} (tip, overturn)  :: capovolgere, ribaltare, rovesciare
upside down {adv} (in great disorder)  :: sottosopra
upside down {adv} (inverted)  :: a rovescio, sottosopra
upsilon {n} (letter of the Greek alphabet)  :: ipsilon
upstairs {adv} (up the stairs; on a higher floor or level)  :: di sopra
upstart {adj} (self-important and presumptuous)  :: arricchito, parvenu
upstream {adj}  :: a monte
up the ante {v} (raise the stakes)  :: alzare la posta
up to {prep} (as much as, no more than)  :: fino a
up to {prep} (mathematics: considering all members of an equivalence class the same)  :: a meno di
up-to-date {adj} (informed of the latest news)  :: aggiornato
up-to-date {adj} /ˌʌp tə ˈdeɪt/ (current, recent)  :: aggiornato
up yours {interj} (exclamation of contempt) SEE: shove it up your ass  ::
uracil {n} (one of the bases of RNA)  :: uracile {f}
uraeus {n} /juˈɹi.əs/ (representation of the sacred asp)  :: ureo {m}
Urals {prop} (Ural Mountains) SEE: Ural Mountains  ::
uranian {adj} (Uranian) SEE: Uranian  ::
uraninite {n} (form of uranium dioxide)  :: uraninite {f}
uranium {n} (uranium (element))  :: uranio {m}
uranium hexafluoride {n} (binary compound of uranium and fluorine, UF6)  :: esafluoruro di uranio {m}
Uranus {prop} /ˈjuɹənəs/ (god of the sky and heavens)  :: Urano {m}
Uranus {prop} (planet)  :: Urano {m}
uranyl {n} (divalent radical UO₂²⁺)  :: uranile {m}
urban {adj} /ˈɝbən/ (of the city; characteristic of city life)  :: urbano {m}
Urban {prop} (male given name)  :: Urbano
urbanism {n} (urbanization) SEE: urbanization  ::
urbanization {n} (change in region)  :: urbanizzazione {f}
urbanization {n} (growth of cities)  :: urbanizzazione {f}
urbanization {n} (proportion living in cities)  :: urbanizzazione {f}
urban myth {n} (widely circulated story) SEE: urban legend  ::
urchin {n} (hedgehog)  :: riccio {m}
urchin {n} /ˈɚ.tʃɪn/ (mischievous child)  :: monello, birichino, peste
urea {n} (organic compound)  :: urea {f}
ureic {adj} (Of or relating to urea)  :: ureico
uremia {n} (blood poisoning due to retention of waste products)  :: uremia {f}
urethra {n} /juˈɹiθɹə/ (anatomical tube)  :: uretra {f}
ureylene {n}  :: ureilenico {m}
urge {n} (a strong desire; an itch to do something)  :: pulsione {f}
urge {v}  :: esortare
urgency {n} (quality or condition of being urgent)  :: urgenza {f}, urgenze {f-p}
urgent {adj} /ˈɚdʒənt/ (requiring immediate attention)  :: urgente
Ur-Germanic {prop} (hypothetical prehistoric ancestor language)  :: Proto-germanico
Uri {prop} (canton of Switzerland)  :: Canton Uri
uric {adj} (pertaining to urine)  :: urico
uric acid {n} (bicyclic heterocyclic phenolic compound)  :: acido urico {m}
urinal {n} /ˈjʊɹɪnəl/ (appliance for male restrooms)  :: orinatoio {m}
urinary bladder {n} (urinary bladder)  :: vescica {f}
urinate {v} /ˈjʊərɪneɪt/ (to pass urine from the body)  :: orinare, urinare, liberarsi
urination {n} (the process of eliminating liquid waste from the body)  :: minzione {f}
urine {n} /ˈjʊɹɪn/ (liquid excrement)  :: orina {f}, urina {f}
urogenital {adj} (relating to the urinary and/or the genital systems) SEE: genitourinary  ::
urologic {adj} (of or pertaining to urology)  :: urologico
urological {adj} (of or pertaining to urology) SEE: urologic  ::
urology {n} (branch of medicine dealing with urinary tract and urogenital system)  :: urologia {f}
uropathy {n} (disease or disorder of the urinary tract)  :: uropatia {f}
Ursa Major {prop} (large circumpolar constellation of the northern sky)  :: Orsa Maggiore
Ursula {prop} (female given name)  :: Orsola, Ursula
Uruguay {prop} /ˈjʊɹ.ə.ɡwaɪ/ (country)  :: Uruguay {m}
Uruguayan {adj} (of Uruguay)  :: uruguaiano {m}, uruguaiana {f}
Uruguayan {n} /uruˈɡwaɪən/ (a person from Uruguay)  :: uruguaiano {m}, uruguaiana {f}
us {pron} /ʌs/ (objective case of "we")  :: noi, a noi, ci
US {prop} /juː.ɛs/ (abbreviation of United States)  :: U.S.A. {m-p}
USA {prop} /juː.ɛs.eɪ/ (United States of America)  :: U.S.A. {m-p}
U.S.A. {prop} (USA) SEE: USA  ::
usage {n} /ˈjuːsid͡ʒ/  :: uso {m}, utilizzo {m}
usance {n} (customary or habitual usage)  :: usanza
USB adapter {n} (controller that plugs into a USB port)  :: adattatore USB {m}
USB port {n} (port for USB connection)  :: porta USB {f}
use {n} /jus/ (act of using)  :: uso {m}
use {v} /juz/ (employ, apply)  :: usare
use {v} (rare: to habitually do)  :: essere solito
use {v} (used to) SEE: used to  ::
useable {adj} (usable) SEE: usable  ::
used to {adj} /juːs(t).tu/ (accustomed to)  :: abituato a
used to {adv} (formerly)  :: use the imperfect tense of the verb that follows; I used to eat cheese - Mangiavo il formaggio
useful {adj} (having a practical or beneficial use)  :: utile
useful idiot {n} (political sense)  :: utile idiota {m}
useless {adj} /ˈjuː.sləs/ (without use or possibility to be used)  :: inutile {m} {f}
user {n} /ˈjuːzə(ɹ)/ (one who uses something, a consumer)  :: utente {m} {f}
user {n} (person who uses a computer)  :: utente {m} {f}
user-friendliness {n} (quality of being user-friendly)  :: ergonomia
user-friendly {adj} (designed to be easy to use)  :: facile da usare
user interface {n} (the part of a software application that a user sees and interacts with)  :: interfaccia utente {f}
username {n} (a person's identification on an individual computer system)  :: nome utente {m}
use up {v} (exhaust) SEE: exhaust  ::
ushanka {n} (a traditional Russian fur cap with earflaps)  :: colbacco {m}
usher {n} (doorkeeper in a courtroom)  :: usciere {m}, messo {m}
usher {n} /ˈʌʃ.ɚ]/ (person who escorts people to their seats)  :: maschera {f}
usher {n}  :: uscière {m}
usher {v} (to accompany or escort)  :: scortare, introdurre
usher {v} (to guide people to their seats)  :: accompagnare, guidare
usher {v} (to precede; to act as a forerunner or herald)  :: precedere, precorrere
Usonian {adj} /juːˈsoʊniən/ (of the USA)  :: statunitense
Usonian {adj} (of Usonian architecture)  :: usoniano
Usonian {n} (a citizen of the USA, as opposed to an inhabitant of America as a whole)  :: statunitense
usual {adj} /ˈjuːʒuəl/ (most commonly occurring)  :: solito, usuale, consueto
usually {adv} /juːʒʊəli/ (most of the time)  :: di solito, generalmente, solitamente
usually {adv} (under normal conditions) SEE: normally  ::
usucaption {n} (acquisition)  :: usucapione {m}
usurp {v} /juˈsɜrp/ (to seize power)  :: usurpare
US Virgin Islands {prop} (Country in the Caribbean)  :: Isole Vergini americane
utensil {n} /juˈtɛn.səl/ (device for domestic use, in the kitchen, or in war)  :: utensile {m}
uterine {adj} /ˈjutəraɪn/ (of or pertaining to the uterus)  :: uterino
uterine tube {n} (Fallopian tube) SEE: Fallopian tube  ::
uterus {n} /ˈjuː.təɹ.əs/ (womb) SEE: womb  ::
utilisation {n} (act of using)  :: utilizzazione {f}, utilizzo {m}
utilisation {n} (manner of using)  :: utilizzazione {f}, utilizzo {m}
utilitarianism {n} (the theory of the "greatest happiness for the greatest number of people")  :: utilitarismo
utilitarianism {n}  :: utilitarismo
utility {n} (business: service provider)  :: fornitore {m}, servizio {m}
utility {n} /juːˈtɪl.ɪ.ti/ (state or condition of being useful)  :: utilità {f}
utility {n} (something that is useful)  :: attrezzo {m}, strumento {m}
utility model {n} (an intellectual property right)  :: modello di utilità
utilization {n} (utilisation) SEE: utilisation  ::
utilize {v} /ˈjuːtɨlaɪz/ (utilise) SEE: utilise  ::
utmost {adj} /ˈʌtməʊst/  :: massimo
utopia {n} /juˈtoʊpiə/ (world in perfect harmony)  :: utopia {f}
Utsunomiya {prop} (a city of Japan)  :: Utsunomiya
utter {adj} /ˈʌtɚ/ (absolute)  :: assoluto, totale, completo
utter {v} (make a noise)  :: emettere
utter {v} (make speech sounds)  :: biascicare, proferire
utter {v} (say)  :: pronunciare, proferire, dire
utter {v} (use the voice)  :: tirare, esalare
utterly {adv} /ˈʌt.ə(ɹ).li/ (in complete manner) SEE: completely  ::
uvula {n} /ˈjuːv.jə.lə/ (appendage that hangs from the palate)  :: ugola {f}
uvular {adj} /ˈjuːvjʊləɹ/ (of or relating to the uvula)  :: uvulare
uvular {adj} (of a sound, articulated with the uvula)  :: uvulare
uxoricide {n} (a man who kills his wife)  :: uxoricida
uxoricide {n} (the killing of one's wife)  :: uxoricidio {m}
Uzbekistan {prop} (Republic of Uzbekistan)  :: Uzbekistan {m}
Uzhgorod {prop} (Uzhhorod) SEE: Uzhhorod  ::