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{m} [archaic]  :: day
{m} [astronomy]  :: daytime
d {n}  :: See under D
d' {prep} [sometimes before a vowel or an h]  :: apocopic form of di: of
da {prep}  :: At the house of, since
da {prep}  :: from
da {prep}  :: to (implying necessity)
dèa {n}  :: goddess (all senses)
dabbasso {adv}  :: At the bottom
dabbasso {adv}  :: From underneath
dabbenaggine {n}  :: credulity, gullibility
dabbene {adj}  :: honest, decent
dabbene {m}  :: honesty
da capo {adv}  :: from scratch; from the beginning; from the top
da capogiro {adj}  :: astonishing, staggering, mind-boggling
daccanto {adv}  :: beside
daccanto {adv}  :: nearby
daccapo {adv}  :: Variant of da capo
dacché {conj}  :: since
d'accordisimo {adj}  :: absolutely
d'accordisimo {adj}  :: very well
d'accordo {adj}  :: agreed
daccordo {adj}  :: alternative spelling of d'accordo
d'accordo {interj}  :: all right.. but; granted.. but, to be sure.. but
d'accordo {interj}  :: all right!, very well!
daccordo {interj}  :: alternative spelling of d'accordo
d'accordo {interj}  :: sure!, OK!, of course!, naturally!
dacia {n}  :: dacha
dacnomania {n}  :: A compulsive urge to bite people
dacrio- {prefix}  :: dacryo-, dacry- (relating to tears)
dacrioadenite {n} [medicine]  :: dacryoadenitis
dacriocisti {f} [anatomy]  :: dacryocyst, lacrimal sac
dacriocistite {n} [medicine]  :: dacryocystitis
dacrioma {n} [medicine]  :: dacryoma
dada {m} [arts]  :: Dada
dadaismo {n} [arts]  :: Dada, Dadaism
dadaista {adj}  :: Dada (attributive)
dadaista {f} [arts]  :: Dadaist
daddolo {n}  :: gesture of affection
dadino {n}  :: Small cube, small piece
dado {n}  :: A stock cube
dado {n} [gaming]  :: A die or dice
dado {n}  :: nut (intended to be screwed onto a bolt)
dadolata {n}  :: croutons
da dove viene {phrase} [formal]  :: where are you from?
da dove vieni {phrase} [informal]  :: where are you from?
daffare {m}  :: work, toil
dafne {n}  :: daphne
Dafne {prop}  :: female given name, cognate to English Daphne
Dafne {prop} [Greek mythology]  :: Daphne
dafnia {n}  :: water flea, daphnid (of genus Daphnia)
dagherrotipia {n} [photography]  :: daguerreotypy
dagherrotipo {n} [photography]  :: daguerreotype
Daghestan {prop}  :: Dagestan
dagli {contraction}  :: da + gli; from the
dahlien {adj}  :: Only used in the term giallo dahlien
dai {contraction}  :: at the house/home of the + plural noun
dai {contraction}  :: from the + plural noun
da incasso {adj}  :: built-in (appliance, piece of furniture, etc)
daino {n}  :: A fallow deer
dalia {n}  :: dahlia
Dalila {prop}  :: Delilah (Biblical figure)
Dalila {prop}  :: female given name
dall' {contraction} [contraction of da l']  :: from the
dalla {contraction} [contraction of da la]  :: from the
dalle {contraction}  :: (contraction of da le) from the
dalli {prep}  :: Variant of dagli
dallo {contraction} [contraction of da lo]  :: from the
dalmata {n}  :: Dalmatian (dog)
dalmaticella {n}  :: A fine, silk dalmatic
dalmatico {adj}  :: Dalmatian
dalmatico {n}  :: Dalmatian (language)
Dalmazia {prop}  :: Dalmatia
dal momento che {conj}  :: since, as
daltonica {n}  :: colour-blind woman
daltonico {adj}  :: colour-blind
daltonico {n}  :: A colour-blind person
daltonismo {n}  :: colour blindness, daltonism
d'altra parte {adv}  :: on the other hand, however, then again, but then
d'altro canto {adv}  :: on the other hand, however, then again, but then
d'altronde {adv}  :: on the other hand, besides, after all, however
dal vivo {adj}  :: live
dama {n} [board games, in the singular]  :: draughts / checkers
dama {n}  :: draughtboard / checkerboard
dama {n}  :: king (in draughts/checkers)
dama {n}  :: lady
dama {n}  :: queen (playing card)
damare {vt}  :: To crown (in draughts/chequers)
damascare {vt}  :: To damask or damascene
damascato {adj}  :: damask (attributive)
damascatura {n}  :: damascening
damascatura {n}  :: damasking
damasceno {adj}  :: Damascene (of Damascus)
damasceno {n}  :: Damascene (native of Damascus)
damaschinare {vt}  :: To damascene
damaschinatura {n}  :: damascening
damaschino {adj}  :: damascene
damaschino {adj}  :: Damascus (attributive); Damascene
damaschino {n}  :: Damascene
damaschino {n}  :: damask (steel)
damaschino {n}  :: damson
damasco {n}  :: damask
Damasco {prop}  :: Damascus
Damaso {prop}  :: male given name
damerino {n}  :: gallant (fashionably dressed man)
Damiano {prop}  :: male given name, cognate to English Damian and Damien
damiera {n}  :: draughtboard / checkerboard
damiere {n}  :: draughtboard, chequerboard
damigella {n}  :: damsel
damigella {n}  :: mistress (title)
damigella d'onore {f}  :: bridesmaid
damigiana {n}  :: carboy, demijohn
damista {f}  :: draughts / checkers player
dammeno {adj}  :: less
dammeno {adj}  :: lower
dammeno {adj}  :: worse
Dammiata {prop}  :: medieval spelling of Damietta
dammuso {n}  :: A small, stone habitation typical of Pantelleria
Damocle {prop}  :: Damocles
da morire {adv}  :: (intensifier) incredibly, terribly, very, absolutely, extremely, a lot
danaro {n}  :: alternative form of denaro
danarosamente {adv}  :: richly
danaroso {adj}  :: wealthy, rich
dancing {m}  :: dance hall
d'andata {adj}  :: alternative spelling of di andata
dandismo {n}  :: dandyism
dandistico {adj}  :: dandyish
dandyismo {n}  :: dandyism
dandysmo {n}  :: alternative form of dandismo
danese {adj}  :: Danish
danese {n}  :: Dane (male or female)
danese {n}  :: Danish (language, singular only)
danese {n}  :: Great Dane (dog)
Daniela {prop}  :: female given name, feminine form of Daniele
Daniele {prop}  :: Daniel [biblical character]
Daniele {prop}  :: male given name, equivalent to English-language Daniel
Daniele {prop}  :: the Book of Daniel
Danilo {prop}  :: male given name, a variant of Daniele
Danimarca {prop}  :: Denmark
dannabile {adj} [literary]  :: condemnable
dannare {vt}  :: to damn
dannarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of dannare
dannarsi {vr}  :: to be damned
dannarsi {vr}  :: to "work oneself to death"
dannarsi {vr}  :: to worry
dannata {n}  :: damned soul (female)
dannatamente {adv}  :: damned, damn
dannatissimo {adj}  :: damnedest
dannato {adj}  :: damned
dannato {n}  :: damned soul
dannato {n} [in the plural]  :: The damned
dannazione {n}  :: damnation, damn, dammit, gee, blimey
danneggiabile {adj}  :: damageable
danneggiamento {n} [legal]  :: malicious damage (the crime)
danneggiare {vt}  :: To damage or harm
danneggiarsi {vr}  :: To damage or harm oneself
dannità {f} [obsolete]  :: damage
danno {n}  :: damage, harm, injury
danno {n}  :: mischief
dannosamente {adv}  :: harmfully
dannosissimo {adj}  :: Very harmful
dannosità {f}  :: damage
dannosità {f}  :: harm
dannoso {adj}  :: harmful
dannunziano {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to Gabriele D'Annunzio, Italian poet
Danoia {prop}  :: medieval spelling of Danubio
d'antan {adj}  :: of yesteryear, of the old days
Dante {prop}  :: male given name and a surname, a reduced form of Durante
Dante {prop}  :: Dante Alighieri, Italian writer
dantescamente {adv}  :: in a Dantesque manner
dantesco {adj}  :: Dantesque
dantistica {n}  :: Dante studies
dantologia {n}  :: The study of Dante, his life and works
danubiano {adj}  :: Danubian; Danube (attributive)
Danubio {prop}  :: Danube
danza {n}  :: a dance
danzante {adj}  :: dancing
danzare {vt}  :: To dance
danza su ghiaccio {f}  :: ice dancing
danzatore {n}  :: dancer (male)
danzatrice {n}  :: dancer (female)
Danzica {prop}  :: Danzig, Gdańsk
da parte di {prep}  :: at the hand of
da parte di {prep}  :: from, by, of (someone), on someone's part
da parte di {prep}  :: on behalf of (someone)
da parte di {prep}  :: on someone's side
da poco {adj}  :: little, small, insignificant, worthless
da poco {adv} [time]  :: recently, just, a short time ago, a short time before, for a short time
dapoxetina {n} [medicine]  :: dapoxetine
dappertutto {adv}  :: everywhere, all over the place
dappiè {adv}  :: At the foot
dappiù {adj}  :: better (than)
dappocaggine {n}  :: ineptitude, worthlessness
dappoco {adj}  :: inept
dappoco {adj}  :: insignificant
dappoi {adv}  :: then, after, afterwards, subsequently
dappoi {conj}  :: since
dappoi {prep}  :: after
dappresso {adv}  :: closely
dappresso {adv}  :: nearby
dapprima {adv}  :: at first, firstly, first of all
dapprincipio {adv}  :: From the beginning
darabouka {n} [musical instruments]  :: tombak, goblet drum
Dardanelli {prop}  :: Dardanelles
dardeggiare {vt}  :: to dart
dardo {n}  :: dart, arrow
dare {n}  :: debit
dare {vt}  :: To give, to transfer the possession/holding of something to someone else
dare {vt}  :: To yield, to bear, to give, to produce, to return
dare alla luce {vt}  :: To give birth to
dare fastidio {vt}  :: to disturb, to bother, to trouble, to inconvenience, to hassle
dare fastidio {vt}  :: to upset, to disrupt
dare gas {v}  :: to accelerate (especially while driving or using a motor); to put one's foot down
dare il benservito {v}  :: to fire, to sack
dare il la {v}  :: to begin, to initiate
dare indietro {v}  :: to give back
dare per scontato {v}  :: to take for granted
dare retta {v}  :: to agree, to trust
dare rifugio {vt}  :: to shelter (transitive, to provide cover)
dare spettacolo {vi} [idiomatic]  :: To make an exhibition of oneself, to show off
dare spettacolo di sé {phrase}  :: make a spectacle of oneself
dare una lavata di capo {v}  :: (idiomatic) to give someone a piece of one's mind,give somebody what-for, read somebody the riot act
dare una lavata di capo {v}  :: to rebuke, scold, tell off
dare una lezione {v}  :: (idiomatic) to give someone what for, give somebody what-for, read somebody the riot act
dare una lezione {v}  :: to punish
dare una lezione {v}  :: to rebuke, scold, tell off
dare una occhiata {v}  :: to glance over (quickly inspect something (newspaper, notes) with the eyes)
dare un'occhiata {v} [idiomatic]  :: To take a look, to glance
dare uno sguardo {v}  :: to look back over
dare uno sguardo {v}  :: to review
dare un pugno {v}  :: to punch
Daria {prop}  :: female given name
darico {n}  :: daric
Dario {prop}  :: male given name, cognate to Darius
dark {adj}  :: dark (used especially to describe a form of punk music)
darmstadtio {n}  :: darmstadtium
darsela {v}  :: to escape or disappear, especially to avoid a difficult situation
darsela {v}  :: to take a hint
darsena {n}  :: A dock (for ship repairs)
darsi {v} [impersonal]  :: to happen, chance
darsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of dare
darsi {v}  :: to devote oneself, take up, take to, go into
darsi {v}  :: to give oneself to, yield to
darsi {v}  :: to give to each other, exchange
darsi {v}  :: to start, begin
darsi delle arie {v}  :: (idiomatic)to lord it over
darsi delle arie {v}  :: to put on airs
darvinismo {n}  :: Darwinism
darwiniano {adj}  :: Darwinian
darwiniano {n}  :: Darwinian
darwinismo {n}  :: Darwinism
Dïascoride {prop}  :: medieval spelling of Dioscoride
da sempre {adv}  :: lifelong
dasiuro {n}  :: quoll (of family Dasyuridae)
da sogno {adj}  :: dream (attributive)
data {n}  :: data
data {n}  :: date
database {m}  :: database
databile {adj}  :: That may be dated; datable
databilità {f}  :: Property of being datable
data di nascita {f}  :: date of birth
datare {vi}  :: to date back to
datare {vt}  :: to date (something)
dataria {n}  :: datary
datario {n}  :: calendar
datario {n}  :: datestamp
datazione {n}  :: dating (of an object)
datità {f} [philosophy]  :: reality, actuality
dativo {adj}  :: dative
dativo {n}  :: dative tense
dato {n}  :: datum (item of data)
dato {n}  :: evidence, proof
dato {n}  :: fact
datore {n}  :: donor
datore {n}  :: giver
datore di lavoro {m}  :: employer
datoriale {adj}  :: employer (attributive)
datrice {n}  :: donor (female)
datrice {n}  :: giver (female)
datrice di lavoro {f}  :: employer (female)
dattero {n}  :: date (fruit and palm)
dattero {n}  :: date mussel
dattero di mare {m}  :: date mussel
dattilico {adj}  :: dactylic
dattilifero {adj}  :: date (palm or fruit, attributive)
dattilo {n}  :: dactyl
dattilo- {prefix}  :: dactylo-
-dattilo {suffix}  :: -dactyl
dattilografa {n}  :: typist (female)
dattilografare {vt}  :: To type
dattilografia {n}  :: typing
dattilograficamente {adv}  :: by means of a typewriter
dattilografico {adj}  :: typewriting (attributive)
dattilografico {adj}  :: typewritten
dattilografo {n}  :: typist (male)
dattilogramma {n}  :: fingerprint
dattilologia {n}  :: dactylology
dattiloscopia {n}  :: dactyloscopy (science of fingerprinting)
dattiloscopico {adj}  :: dactyloscopy, fingerprinting (attributive)
dattiloscritto {adj}  :: typewritten
dattiloscritto {n}  :: typescript
dattiloscrivere {vt}  :: To typewrite
dattorno {adj}  :: surrounding; in the vicinity
dattorno {adv}  :: around
datura {n}  :: thorn apple (of genus Datura)
daturismo {n}  :: daturism
da ultimo {adv}  :: finally, lastly
da una vita {adv}  :: lifelong
da un giorno all'altro {adv}  :: suddenly, all of a sudden, unexpectedly
da urlo {n}  :: banner (Exceptional-very good)
davanti {adj}  :: front
davanti {adv}  :: at the front; in front
davanti {m}  :: a front
davanti {prep}  :: in front of
davanti {prep}  :: opposite
davantino {n}  :: dickey, jabot
davanzale {n}  :: windowsill
d'avanzo {adv}  :: More than enough
davanzo {adv}  :: Variant of d'avanzo
Davìd {prop}  :: medieval spelling of Davide
da vicino {adv}  :: closely
Davide {prop}  :: David [biblical character]
Davide {prop}  :: male given name of biblical origin
davidico {adj}  :: Davidic
davvero {adv}  :: actually
davvero {adv}  :: certainly, seriously
davvero {adv}  :: really, in fact
davvicino {adv}  :: Variant of da vicino
dazebao {m}  :: Variant of dazibao
daziabile {adj}  :: dutiable
daziare {vt}  :: To levy duty (on)
daziario {adj}  :: excise, duty, customs (attributive)
dazibao {m}  :: dazibao
daziere {n}  :: exciseman
dazio {n}  :: customs (place)
dazio {n}  :: tax, duty
dazione {n}  :: giving, conferring
débrayage {m}  :: declutching
d.C. {abbr}  :: AD (Anno Domini)
D.C. {abbr}  :: Democrazia Cristiana
décolleté {adj}  :: having a low neckline
décolleté {m}  :: A low neckline
décolleté {m}  :: cleavage
de {contraction}  :: apocopic form of del
dea {n}  :: goddess
deacetilazione {n} [organic chemistry]  :: deacetylation
deacidificante {adj}  :: deacidifying
deacidificare {vt}  :: To deacidify
deaerazione {n}  :: deaeration
deafferentazione {n}  :: deafferentation
deambulante {adj}  :: ambulatory
deambulante {adj}  :: walking
deambulare {vi}  :: to walk
deambulatore {n}  :: walker, walking frame (for people with walking difficulties)
deambulatorio {n} [architecture]  :: ambulatory
deambulazione {n}  :: walking about
deaminato {adj} [organic chemistry]  :: deaminated
deaminazione {n} [organic chemistry]  :: deamination
deamplificazione {n} [physics, genetics]  :: deamplification (of a signal or of DNA)
deasfaltizzazione {n}  :: deasphalting
deaspirazione {n} [linguistics]  :: deaspiration (loss of an aspirated sound)
deattivare {v}  :: To deactivate
deattivato {adj}  :: self-appointed
deattivazione {n}  :: deactivation
deb {f}  :: deb, debutante
debbiare {vt}  :: To burn stubble after the wheat harvest
debbio {n}  :: slash and burn (agricultural technique of clearing land by cutting the vegetation and burning it in situ)
debbio {n}  :: stubble-burning
debbio {n}  :: swidden (land thus cleared)
debellare {vt}  :: To defeat
debellare {vt}  :: To eradicate
debellazione {n}  :: defeat
debellazione {n}  :: eradication
debile {adj} [obsolete]  :: weak
debilità {f}  :: weakness
debilitamento {n}  :: weakening, enfeeblement, debilitation
debilitante {adj}  :: debilitating
debilitare {vt}  :: to debilitate
debilitarsi {vr}  :: To become debilitated
debilitato {adj}  :: debilitated
debilitazione {n}  :: debilitation
debitamente {adv}  :: duly
debitamente {adv}  :: properly
debito {adj}  :: due, proper
debito {n}  :: debt
debitore {n}  :: debtor
debitorio {adj}  :: debt (attributive)
debitrice {n}  :: debtor (female)
debole {adj}  :: weak, dim, faint
debole {n}  :: weakling
debole {n}  :: weakness
debolezza {n}  :: weakness
debolissimamente {adv}  :: very weakly, very faintly, very feebly
debolissimo {adj}  :: Very weak, very faint, very feeble
debolmente {adv}  :: dimly, faintly
debolmente {adv}  :: weakly
deboluccio {adj}  :: Somewhat weak or feeble
Debora {prop}  :: Deborah [biblical character]
Debora {prop}  :: female given name
debordare {vi}  :: To overflow or flood
debosciato {adj}  :: debauched
debosciato {n}  :: debauchee
debraiata {n}  :: declutching
debuttante {n}  :: beginner, novice
debuttare {vi}  :: to begin, to start out
debuttare {vi}  :: to make one's debut, to debut
debutto {n}  :: debut
deca {n}  :: decade
deca {n} [obsolete]  :: A 10,000 lire banknote
deca- {prefix}  :: deca-
decabrista {n}  :: Decembrist
decacorde {adj} [music]  :: ten-string
decade {n}  :: A decade, a period of ten days
decadente {adj}  :: decadent
decadentismo {n}  :: decadence
decadentista {n}  :: decadent (person)
decadentistico {adj}  :: decadent
decadenza {n}  :: decadence
decadenza {n}  :: decline
decadere {vi}  :: To decline or lapse
decadico {adj}  :: decadal
decadimento {n}  :: decline
decadimento {n}  :: diminution
decadimento {n}  :: lowering
decaduto {adj}  :: impoverished
decaduto {adj}  :: lapsed
decaedrico {adj}  :: decahedral
decaedro {n}  :: decahedron
decaffeinare {vt}  :: to decaffeinate
decaffeinato {adj}  :: decaffeinated
decaffeinazione {n}  :: decaffeination
decaffeinizazione {n}  :: decaffeination
decaffeinizzare {vt}  :: alternative form of decaffeinare
decaffeinizzato {adj}  :: decaffeinated
decaffeinizzazione {n}  :: decaffeination (Variant of: decaffeinazione)
decagonale {adj}  :: decagonal
decagono {n}  :: decagon
decagramma {n}  :: decagram (Variant of: decagrammo)
decagrammo {n} [unit of measure]  :: decagramme, decagram
decalage {m}  :: A difference between two elements
decalage {m}  :: decalage
decalage {m}  :: lift (of an aircraft)
decalcabile {n}  :: transfer, decal
decalcare {vt}  :: To trace
decalcificare {vt}  :: To decalcify
decalcificatore {n}  :: decalcifier
decalcificazione {n}  :: decalcification
decalcomania {n}  :: decal
decalcomania {n}  :: decalcomania
decalcomania {n}  :: transfer (that puts a design on the skin)
decalina {n} [organic compound]  :: decalin (decahydronaphthalene)
decalitro {n}  :: decalitre / decaliter
decalogo {n}  :: Decalogue (all senses)
Decamerone {prop}  :: Decameron
decametro {n}  :: decametre / decameter
decampamento {n}  :: decampment, decamping
decampare {vi}  :: To decamp
decanapulatura {n}  :: separation of the fibres of hemp shives
decanapulazione {n}  :: separation of the fibres of hemp shives
decanato {n}  :: deanery
decano {n}  :: dean (religious)
decano {n}  :: doyen
decano {n} [organic compound]  :: decane
decanoico {adj} [organic chemistry]  :: decanoic
decanolo {n} [organic compound]  :: decanol
decantare {vi} [chemistry]  :: To settle
decantare {vt}  :: To praise or sing the praises
decantare {vt}  :: To settle, to decant, to rack, to purify
decantato {adj}  :: decanted, settled
decantato {adj}  :: praised, extolled
decantatore {n}  :: settler, decanter (vessel)
decantazione {n}  :: settling, decantation, racking
decapaggio {n}  :: stripping, pickling
decapare {vt}  :: to strip or pickle (metals)
decapitare {vt}  :: To decapitate or behead
decapitazione {n}  :: decapitation, beheading
decapode {n}  :: decapod
decapottabile {adj}  :: convertible (car; variant of decappottabile)
decapottabile {n}  :: convertible (car; variant of decappottabile)
decappottabile {adj}  :: convertible (car)
decappottabile {n}  :: convertible (car)
decappottare {vt}  :: To put the top down (of a convertible car)
decapsulazione {n}  :: decapsulation
decarbossilare {vt} [organic chemistry]  :: To decarboxylate
decarbossilasi {f} [enzyme]  :: decarboxylase
decarbossilato {adj}  :: decarboxylated
decarbossilazione {n} [organic chemistry]  :: decarboxylation
decarburare {vt}  :: To decarburize or decarbonize
decarburazione {n}  :: decarburization, decarbonization
decartellizzazione {n}  :: decartelization (the breaking-up of a cartel)
decasillabo {n}  :: (in classical Italian verse) A line of verse containing ten syllables
decastilo {adj}  :: decastyle (attributive)
decathlon {m} [athletics]  :: decathlon
decatissaggio {n}  :: decating, decatizing
decatizzare {vt}  :: To decatize
decatleta {n} [athletics]  :: decathlete
decatlon {m}  :: decathlon
decauville {f}  :: Decauville railway
d'eccezione {adj}  :: exceptional, special, extraordinary
decedere {vi}  :: to die
deceduto {adj}  :: deceased
decelerare {vit}  :: to decelerate or slow down
decelerato {adj}  :: decelerated, slowed down
deceleratore {adj}  :: decelerating
decelerazione {n}  :: deceleration, slowing down
decemvirato {n}  :: decemvirate
decennale {adj}  :: ten-yearly, decennial
decennale {n}  :: Tenth anniversary; decennial
decenne {adj}  :: ten years old
decennio {n}  :: decade
decente {adj}  :: decent
decentemente {adv}  :: decently
decentralizzare {vt}  :: to decentralize
decentralizzare {vt}  :: to devolve
decentralizzazione {n}  :: decentralization
decentralizzazione {n}  :: devolution
decentramento {n}  :: decentralization
decentramento {n}  :: devolution
decentrare {vt}  :: to decentralize
decentrare {vt}  :: to devolve
decentrato {adj}  :: decentralized
decentratore {adj}  :: decentralizing
decenza {n}  :: decency, propriety
decerebrare {vt}  :: To decerebrate
decerebrazione {n}  :: decerebration
decespugliamento {n}  :: brushcutting
decespugliamento {n}  :: strimming
decespugliare {vt}  :: To clear undergrowth (from)
decespugliatore {n}  :: brush cutter
decespugliatore {n}  :: string trimmer, strimmer, edge trimmer
decespugliatrice {n}  :: alternative form of decespugliatore
decesso {n}  :: death, decease
decettivo {adj}  :: deceptive, misleading
decezione {n}  :: deception
deci- {prefix}  :: deci-
decibel {m}  :: decibel
decidere {vt}  :: to choose or decide (on)
decidere {vt}  :: to decide, make up one's mind
decidere {vt}  :: to decide (on), fix, arrange, determine
decidere {vt}  :: to settle, decide or resolve
decidersi {vr}  :: reflexive form of decidere
decidersi {vr}  :: to make a decision; to make up one's mind
decidibile {adj}  :: decidable
decidibile {adj}  :: resolvable
decidibilità {f}  :: decidability
decidua {n}  :: decidua
deciduo {adj} [botany]  :: deciduous
deciferare {vt}  :: To decode, decipher or work out (Variant of: decifrare)
deciferatore {n} [obsolete]  :: Variant of decifratore
decifrabile {adj}  :: decipherable, legible
deciframento {n}  :: deciphering, decoding
decifrare {vt}  :: To decode or decipher or work out
decifrato {adj}  :: decoded, deciphered
decifratore {n}  :: codebreaker
decifratore {n}  :: decipherer
decifrazione {n}  :: decoding, deciphering
decigrado {n}  :: decigrade
decigramma {n}  :: decigram (Variant of: decigrammo)
decigrammo {n}  :: decigram
decile {n} [mathematics]  :: decile
decile {n} [organic chemistry]  :: decyl
decilitro {n}  :: decilitre / deciliter
decima {n}  :: Feminine singular of decimo
decima {n}  :: tithe
decimale {adj}  :: decimal
decimale {n}  :: decimal
decimalizzare {vt}  :: to decimalize
decimalizzazione {n}  :: decimalization
decimare {vt}  :: To decimate
decimazione {n}  :: decimation
decimetro {n}  :: decimetre / decimeter
decimilionesimo {adj}  :: ten-millionth
decimilionesimo {n}  :: ten-millionth (fraction)
decimilionesimo {n}  :: ten-millionth (one in 10,000,000th position)
decimillesimo {adj}  :: ten thousandth
decimillesimo {n} [ordinal numbers]  :: ten thousandth
decimo {adj}  :: tenth
decimo {n}  :: tenth (fraction)
decimo {n}  :: tenth (the one in tenth position)
decimonono {adj}  :: Variant of diciannovesimo
decimoprimo {adj} [rare]  :: eleventh
decimoquarto {adj}  :: Variant of quattordicesimo
decimosecondo {adj}  :: twelfth
decimosecondo {n}  :: twelfth (fraction)
decimosecondo {n}  :: twelfth (the one in twelfth position)
decimosesto {adj} [rare]  :: sixteenth
decimosettimo {adj} [rare]  :: seventeenth
decimoterzo {adj}  :: Variant of tredicesimo
decimottavo {adj} [rare]  :: eighteenth
decina {n}  :: A group of ten men
decina {n}  :: An established and authorized branch of an existing crime family geographically distinct from the main body of the family.
decina {n}  :: A quantity of ten or so things
decina {n} [in the plural]  :: The tens column (of a decimal number)
decisamente {adv}  :: decidedly, definitely, positively, strongly, indeed
decisamente {adv}  :: decisively, resolutely
decisionale {adj}  :: decisional (all senses)
decisionalità {f}  :: decision-making ability
decisione {n}  :: decision
decisione {n}  :: decisiveness
decisionismo {n}  :: decisionism
decisionista {adj}  :: decisionist
decisionista {f}  :: decisionist
decisionista {f}  :: policy-maker
decisissimo {adj}  :: Very determinate, very firm, very resolute
decisivamente {adv}  :: decisively
decisività {f}  :: decisiveness
decisivo {adj}  :: deciding (factor etc)
decisivo {adj}  :: decisive
deciso {adj}  :: determined, resolute or firm
decisore {n}  :: decider (person)
decisorio {adj}  :: decisive
deck {m}  :: tape deck
declamare {vt}  :: to declaim
declamatore {n}  :: declaimer, reciter (of poetry)
declamatorio {adj}  :: declamatory
declamazione {n}  :: declamation
declamazione {n}  :: oratory
declaratoria {n}  :: declaration
declaratorio {adj}  :: bombastic
declaratorio {adj}  :: declaratory
declassamento {n}  :: downgrading
declassare {vt}  :: To downgrade
declassazione {n}  :: degrading
declassazione {n}  :: downgrading
declinabile {adj} [grammar]  :: declinable
declinabilità {f} [grammar]  :: Property of being declinable
declinare {vi}  :: to slope downward; to decline
declinare {vt}  :: to decline a verb
declinare {vt}  :: to decline or turn down something
declinatorio {adj} [legal]  :: declinatory
declinazione {n}  :: declination (all senses)
declinismo {n} [finance]  :: The decline in the dollar as an international currency
declino {n}  :: decline
declinometro {n}  :: declinometer
declivio {n}  :: declivity (downward slope)
declività {f}  :: declivity
declorare {vt}  :: To dechlorinate
declorazione {n}  :: dechlorination
declorurazione {n}  :: dechlorination
decodificabile {adj}  :: decodable
decodificare {vt}  :: to decode
decodificatore {n}  :: decoder
decodificatore {n}  :: set-top box
decodificazione {n}  :: decoding
decoerenza {n} [physics]  :: decoherence
decollare {vi}  :: (of an aircraft or its passengers) To take off
decollazione {n}  :: decollation, beheading
decollo {n}  :: takeoff (of an aircraft etc)
decolonizzare {vt}  :: to decolonize
decolonizzazione {n}  :: decolonization
decolorante {adj}  :: decolorizing, bleaching
decolorante {n}  :: decolorizing agent, bleach
decolorare {v}  :: to bleach (the hair)
decolorare {v}  :: to decolorize
decolorazione {n}  :: bleaching
decolorazione {n}  :: decoloration / decolouration
decombente {adj} [botany]  :: decumbent
decompilare {vt} [computing]  :: To decompile
decompilato {adj}  :: decompiled
decomponibile {adj}  :: decomposable
decomponibilità {f}  :: decomposability
decomporre {vt}  :: to decompose
decomporsi {vr}  :: To decompose
decompositore {n} [ecology]  :: decomposer
decomposizione {n}  :: decomposition
decompressimetro {n}  :: dive computer
decompressione {n}  :: decompression
decompressore {n} [computing]  :: decompressor
decomprimere {vt}  :: to decompress
deconcentrare {vt}  :: To make somebody lose his concentration
deconcentrarsi {vr}  :: To lose one's concentration
deconcentrazione {n}  :: loss of concentration
decondizionamento {n}  :: deconditioning
decondizionare {vt}  :: To decondition
decongelamento {n}  :: defrosting
decongelamento {n}  :: thawing
decongelare {v}  :: to defrost
decongelazione {n}  :: defrosting
decongelazione {n}  :: thawing
decongestionamento {n}  :: decongestion (relief or easing of congestion)
decongestionante {adj}  :: decongestant
decongestionante {n} [pharmacology]  :: decongestant
decongestionare {vt}  :: To decongest
decongestionarsi {vr}  :: To decongest
decongestione {n}  :: decongestion (relief or easing of congestion)
decontaminare {vt}  :: To decontaminate
decontaminazione {n}  :: decontamination
decontestualizzare {vt}  :: to decontextualize
decontestualizzazione {n}  :: decontextualization
decontrarre {vt}  :: to relax
decontrarre {vt}  :: to unclench
decontratto {adj}  :: relaxed
decontratto {adj}  :: unclenched
decontrazione {n}  :: relaxing, relaxation
decontribuzione {n}  :: A reduction in the amount of social security contributions of a worker under certain circumstances
decorare {v}  :: to decorate (all meanings)
decorare {vt}  :: to spiff up
decorativamente {adv}  :: decoratively
decorativismo {n} [arts]  :: preponderance of decoration
decorativo {adj}  :: decorative
decorato {adj}  :: decorated
decoratore {n}  :: decorator (especially interior)
decoratore {n}  :: set designer (in a theatre)
decoratrice {n}  :: Feminine of decoratore
decorazione {n}  :: decoration
decorazione {n}  :: trimming
decornazione {n}  :: dehorning
decoro {n}  :: decorum
decoro {n}  :: dignity
decorosamente {adv}  :: decorously
decoroso {adj}  :: decent
decoroso {adj}  :: dignified, decorous
decorrente {adj}  :: effective (from)
decorrenza {n}  :: The date or time from which something is in effect
decorrere {vi}  :: To have effect (from)
decorso {n}  :: course (of a sickness)
decortica {n}  :: decortication, decorticating
decorticare {vt}  :: To decorticate
decorticare {vt}  :: To hull
decorticato {adj}  :: decorticated
decorticato {adj}  :: hulled
decorticazione {n}  :: decortication
decostruire {vt}  :: To deconstruct
decostruttivismo {n}  :: deconstructivism
decostruzione {n}  :: deconstruction
decostruzionismo {n}  :: deconstructionism (literary)
decostruzionista {f}  :: deconstructionist (literary)
decotto {n}  :: decoction
decoupage {m} [cinematography]  :: cutting
decoupage {m}  :: decoupage
decozione {n}  :: decoction
decozione {n}  :: insolvency, bankruptcy
decremento {n}  :: decrease, diminution
decremento {n}  :: decrement
decrepità {f} [literary, obsolete]  :: decrepitude
decrepitazione {n}  :: decrepitation
decrepitezza {n}  :: decrepitude
decrepito {adj}  :: decrepit
decrescente {adj} [mathematics]  :: decreasing (function)
decrescenza {n}  :: decrease, diminution, wane
decrescere {vi}  :: to decrease, go down, wane or ebb
decrescita {n}  :: degrowth
decretale {adj}  :: decretal
decretare {v}  :: to confer, to award, to give
decretare {v}  :: to decree, to order
decretazione {n}  :: decreeing
decreto {n}  :: decree
decriminalizzare {vt}  :: to decriminalize
decriminalizzazione {n}  :: decriminalization
decriptaggio {n}  :: decryption
decriptare {vt}  :: Variant of decrittare
decriptatore {n}  :: Variant of decrittatore
decriptatore {n}  :: Variant of decrittatore
decriptazione {n}  :: decryption, decoding, deciphering (Variant of decrittazione)
decrittare {vt}  :: To decrypt
decrittatore {n}  :: decrypter (device)
decrittatore {n}  :: decrypter (person)
decrittazione {n}  :: decryption, decoding, deciphering
decubito {n}  :: bedsore, decubitus
decumano {n}  :: (in Ancient Rome) A street that ran East-West in a Roman town
decuocere {vit}  :: to decoct
decuplicare {vt}  :: to increase considerably
decuplicare {vt}  :: to multiply by ten
decuplicarsi {vr}  :: To increase considerably (literally by a factor of ten)
decuplicazione {n}  :: tenfold increase
decuplo {adj}  :: tenfold, decuple
decuplo {n}  :: decuple
decuria {n}  :: decury
decurione {n}  :: decurion
decurtabile {adj}  :: reducible
decurtare {vt}  :: To reduce, curtail, dock
decurtazione {n}  :: reduction, cut
decussato {adj}  :: decussate
decussazione {n}  :: decussation
decusse {n}  :: decussate cross
dedalo {n}  :: maze, labyrinth
Dedalo {prop}  :: Daedalus
Deïdamìa {prop}  :: medieval spelling of Deidamia
dedica {n}  :: dedication
dedica {n}  :: posy (A motto inscribed inside a ring)
dedicabile {adj}  :: That can be dedicated
dedicare {vt}  :: To dedicate
dedicarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of dedicare
dedicarsi {v}  :: to devote oneself to, apply oneself to
dedicatario {adj}  :: dedicatory
dedicatorio {adj}  :: dedicatory
dedicazione {n}  :: dedication (all senses)
dedifferenziazione {n} [biology]  :: dedifferentiation
dedito {adj}  :: devoted "to"
dedizione {n}  :: dedication
dedizione {n}  :: devotion
deducibile {adj}  :: deducible, inferable
deducibile {adj}  :: deductible
deducibilità {f}  :: deducibility
deducibilità {f}  :: deductibility
dedurre {vt}  :: To deduce or infer something
dedursi {vr}  :: To adapt oneself (to changes)
deduttivamente {adv}  :: deductively
deduttivo {adj}  :: deductive
deduzione {n}  :: deduction
defacciare {v} [Internet]  :: To deface (a website)
defaillance {f}  :: collapse, crisis
defaillance {f}  :: momentary lapse
defalcabile {adj}  :: deductible
defalcare {vt}  :: To deduct
defalcazione {n}  :: deduction, cut, subtraction
defascistizzare {vt}  :: To purge of fascists
defascistizzazione {n}  :: purge of fascists
defaticamento {n} [sports]  :: cooling down, warming down
defaticante {adj}  :: That does not tire or weary one
defatigante {adj}  :: wearying, wearisome
defatigatorio {adj}  :: dilatory
defatigazione {n}  :: defatigation
defecare {vi}  :: to defecate
defecare {vt}  :: to refine (chemistry)
defecatorio {adj}  :: defecatory
defecazione {n}  :: defecation (all senses)
defecografia {n}  :: defecography
defenestrare {v}  :: to remove someone from office
defenestrare {v}  :: to throw something or someone out of a window; to defenestrate
defenestrazione {n}  :: defenestration
defenestrazione {n}  :: dismissal from office
defensina {n} [protein]  :: defensin
defensionale {adj} [legal]  :: defence (attributive)
deferente {adj}  :: deferential
deferentectomia {n} [surgery]  :: vasectomy, deferentectomy
deferentemente {adv}  :: deferentially
deferenza {n}  :: deference
deferenziale {adj} [anatomy]  :: deferential
deferimento {n}  :: referral
deferire {v}  :: to refer (something to)
deferrizzazione {n}  :: deferrization
defettibile {adj}  :: defectible, imperfect
defetto {n}  :: alternative form of difetto
defettologia {n}  :: defectology (part of psychology that studies learning difficulties etc)
defezionare {vi}  :: to defect
defezionare {vi}  :: to desert (military)
defezione {n}  :: defection
defezione {n}  :: desertion
defezionista {f}  :: defector
defibrillare {vi}  :: To defibrillate
defibrillatore {n} [medicine]  :: defibrillator
defibrillazione {n} [medicine]  :: defibrillation
defibrinazione {n}  :: defibrination
deficiente {adj}  :: (followed by (di)) deficient (in)
deficiente {adj}  :: half-witted
deficiente {n}  :: half-wit
deficienza {n}  :: deficiency
deficienza {n}  :: shortage
deficienza {n}  :: weakness
deficit {m}  :: deficit (financial, medical)
deficitario {adj}  :: in deficit
defiggere {vt}  :: To tear or rip out
defilé {m} [by extension]  :: parade
defilé {m}  :: fashion show
defilè {m}  :: fashion show
defilamento {n}  :: defilade
defilare {vt}  :: To defilade
defilarsi {vr}  :: to slip away or slip off
definanziamento {n}  :: disinvestment (reduction in financing)
definibile {adj}  :: definable
definire {vt}  :: to define, resolve
definirsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of definire
definirsi {vr}  :: to declare or reveal oneself [to be something]
definitamente {adv}  :: definedly (in a defined manner)
definitamente {adv}  :: sharply (in a clear cut manner)
definitezza {n}  :: definiteness
definitivamente {adv}  :: definitely
definitivamente {adv}  :: finally, once and for all
definitività {f}  :: definitiveness
definitivo {adj}  :: definitive
definitivo {adj}  :: final
definito {adj}  :: clear cut, sharp
definito {adj}  :: definite, defined, determinate
definitore {n}  :: definer
definizione {n}  :: definition
defiscalizzare {vt}  :: to exempt from taxation
defiscalizzato {adj}  :: exempt from taxation
defiscalizzazione {n}  :: exemption (from tax)
deflagrare {vi}  :: To explode
deflagrare {v}  :: to deflagrate
deflagratore {n}  :: deflagrator
deflagrazione {n}  :: deflagration, conflagration
deflagrazione {n}  :: explosion
deflativo {adj}  :: alternative spelling of deflattivo
deflatore {n}  :: deflator
deflatorio {adj}  :: deflationary
deflattivo {adj}  :: deflationary
deflazionare {v}  :: to deflate (economics)
deflazione {n}  :: deflation (economics)
deflazionista {f}  :: deflationist
deflazionistico {adj}  :: deflationary
deflegmazione {n}  :: dephlegmation
deflemmare {vt} [obsolete, chemistry]  :: To dephlegmate
deflemmatore {n} [obsolete, chemistry]  :: dephlegmator
deflemmazione {n} [obsolete, chemistry]  :: dephlegmation
deflessione {n}  :: deflection
deflettere {vi}  :: To deflect
deflettore {n}  :: deflector
deflettore {n}  :: quarter light
deflocculazione {n}  :: deflocculation
deflogisticato {adj} [chemistry]  :: dephlogisticated
deflorare {vt}  :: to deflower
deflorazione {n}  :: defloration
deflorazione {n}  :: deflowering
defluenza {n}  :: downflow
defluire {vi}  :: to flow away (from), or out (of)
defluorurato {adj}  :: defluorinated
deflusso {n}  :: ebb (of the tide)
deflusso {n}  :: flow, outflow
defogliante {adj}  :: defoliant (attributive); defoliating
defogliante {n}  :: defoliant
defogliare {vt}  :: To defoliate
defogliazione {n}  :: defoliation
defoliare {vt}  :: Variant of defogliare
defoliazione {n}  :: Variant of defogliazione
defonologizzazione {n} [linguistics]  :: dephonologization
deforestare {vt}  :: To deforest
deforestazione {n}  :: deforestation
deformabile {adj}  :: deformable
deformabilità {f}  :: deformability
deformante {adj}  :: deforming
deformante {adj}  :: distorting (mirror, lens etc)
deformare {vt}  :: To deform or warp; to distort
deformarsi {vr}  :: To get deformed, to contort, to get twisted
deformativo {adj}  :: deformative, deforming
deformazione {n}  :: deformation
deformazione {n}  :: warp
deforme {adj}  :: deformed
deforme {adj}  :: hideous (because of ugliness)
deforme {adj}  :: misshapen
deformemente {adv}  :: misshapenly, hideously
deformità {n}  :: deformity
defosfatazione {n}  :: phosphorus removal (usually from wastewater)
defosforare {vt}  :: To dephosphorize
defosforazione {n}  :: dephosphorization
defosforilazione {n} [biochemistry]  :: dephosphorylation
deframmentare {vt} [computing]  :: To defragment
deframmentazione {n} [computing]  :: defragmentation
defraudare {vt}  :: to cheat, swindle or defraud
defraudatore {n}  :: fraudster, cheat
defraudazione {n}  :: defrauding, cheating
defungere {vi}  :: to die
defunta {n}  :: deceased (female person)
defunto {adj}  :: dead, defunct
defunto {n}  :: deceased (male person)
degasaggio {n}  :: degassing, degasification
degasatore {n}  :: degasser, deaerator
degasazione {n}  :: degassing, deaerating
degassamento {n}  :: degassing
degassare {v}  :: to degas
degassificare {vt}  :: To degas or outgas
degassificazione {n}  :: degassing, outgassing
degeminazione {n}  :: degemination
degenerare {vi}  :: to degenerate into something
degenerare {vt}  :: to degenerate something
degenerata {n}  :: degenerate (female)
degenerativo {adj}  :: degenerative (of a medical condition)
degenerato {adj}  :: degenerate
degenerato {n}  :: degenerate (male)
degenerazione {n}  :: degeneration
degenerazione {n}  :: deterioration
degenere {adj}  :: degenerate
degente {adj}  :: bedridden
degente {n}  :: patient, in-patient
degenza {n}  :: A stay in hospital
degli {contraction}  :: (contraction of the preposition di and the article gli) of/from the
deglobalizzare {vt}  :: To deglobalize
deglobalizzazione {n}  :: deglobalization
deglutinazione {n}  :: deglutination
deglutire {v}  :: to swallow
deglutizione {n}  :: swallowing
degnamente {adv}  :: worthily, properly, fittingly, agreeably
degnare {v}  :: to deign to
degnarsi {vr}  :: To deign, to condescend, to bother
degnazione {n}  :: condescension
degnissimo {adj}  :: Very admirable, very respectable
degnissimo {adj}  :: Very worthy, very worth, very deserving
degnità {f}  :: worthiness
degno {adj}  :: admirable, respectable
degno {adj}  :: eligible, suitable
degno {adj}  :: worthy, deserving
degradabile {adj}  :: degradable
degradabilità {f}  :: degradability
degradamento {n}  :: degradation
degradamento {n}  :: downgrading
degradante {adj}  :: declining, sloping
degradante {adj}  :: degrading
degradare {v}  :: to degrade
degradare {v}  :: to downgrade
degradarsi {vr}  :: To become degraded
degradarsi {vr}  :: To deteriorate or degrade
degradativo {adj}  :: degradative
degradazione {n}  :: debasement, abasement
degradazione {n}  :: degradation (physical)
degradazione {n}  :: reduction (in rank), demotion
degranulazione {n}  :: degranulation
degressivo {adj}  :: degressive
degu {m}  :: degu
degustabile {adj}  :: tastable
degustare {vt}  :: to taste, to sample
degustatore {n}  :: taster (person who tastes wine etc for quality)
degustatrice {n}  :: taster (woman who tastes wine etc for quality)
degustazione {n}  :: sampling, tasting
deh {interj}  :: ah!, oh!
dehoniano {n}  :: dahonian (A member of the Sacerdoti del Sacro Cuore di Gesù)
dei {contraction}  :: of the, from the (+ a masculine noun in plural not starting with a vowel, gn, pn, ps, s+consonant, x, y, nor z)
deicida {adj}  :: deicidal
deicida {n}  :: deicide (person)
deicidio {n}  :: deicide
deidratare {vt}  :: To dehydrate
deidratare {vt}  :: To dewater
deidratazione {n}  :: dehydration
deidrocongelazione {n}  :: dehydrofreezing
deidrogenare {vt}  :: To dehydrogenate
deidrogenasi {f} [enzyme]  :: dehydrogenase
deidrogenazione {n} [chemistry]  :: dehydrogenation
deiezione {n}  :: dejection
deiezione {n} [in the plural]  :: faeces, excrement
deificare {v}  :: to deify
deificazione {n}  :: deification
deiforme {adj}  :: deiform, godlike
deindicizzare {vt} [economics]  :: to stop applying indexation to
deindicizzato {adj}  :: no longer index-linked
deindicizzazione {n}  :: deindexation
deindustrializzare {vt}  :: To deindustrialize
deindustrializzazione {n}  :: deindustrialization
deintegrazione {n}  :: deintegration
deiodinasi {m} [enzyme]  :: deiodinase
deionizzare {vt}  :: to deionize
deionizzato {adj}  :: deionized
deionizzazione {n}  :: deionization
deiscente {adj} [botany]  :: dehiscent
deiscenza {n} [botany]  :: dehiscence
deismo {n}  :: deism
deissi {f}  :: deixis
deistico {adj}  :: deistic
deità {f}  :: deity
deità {f}  :: godhead
deità {f}  :: godhood
deittico {adj}  :: deictic
del {contraction}  :: of the, from the (+ a masculine noun in singular)
delatore {n}  :: informer, spy
delatore {n}  :: sycophant
delatorio {adj}  :: informing
delatrice {n}  :: (female) informer, spy
delazione {n}  :: The act of informing on someone
del caso {adv}  :: necessary, relevant
del cazzo {adj} [vulgar]  :: fucking (used an an intensifier)
del cuore {adj}  :: favorite, best, bosom
delebile {adj}  :: That can be deleted
Deledda {prop}  :: Italian surname
Deledda {prop}  :: Grazia Deledda, Italian writer
delega {n}  :: delegation, delegacy
delega {n}  :: proxy
delegabile {adj}  :: delegable
delegare {v}  :: to delegate
delegata {n}  :: delegate (female)
delegatario {n}  :: delegatee
delegato {adj}  :: delegating
delegato {n}  :: delegate
delegazione {n}  :: delegation
delegificare {vt}  :: To deregulate
delegificazione {n}  :: deregulation
delegittimare {vt}  :: To delegitimize
delegittimazione {n}  :: delegitimization
deleterio {adj}  :: damaging, deleterious
deleterio {adj}  :: harmful, dangerous
deleterio {adj}  :: toxic
delezione {n} [genetics]  :: deletion (genetic mutation)
Delfi {prop}  :: Delphi
delfico {adj}  :: Delphic
delfinario {n}  :: dolphinarium
delfinio {n}  :: delphinium
delfinista {f}  :: dolphin (form of butterfly stroke) swimmer
delfino {n}  :: dauphin
delfino {n}  :: dolphin
delfino {n}  :: probable successor
Delfino {prop}  :: male given name
del genere {adj}  :: like that; this kind of; that kind of
delibare {vt} [legal]  :: To approve or confirm
delibare {vt}  :: to enjoy the taste (of food or drink) or a pleasant sensation
delibazione {n} [legal]  :: exequatur
delibazione {n}  :: tasting, sampling
delibera {n}  :: decision
delibera {n}  :: resolution
deliberare {v}  :: to come to a decision on something
deliberare {v}  :: to deliberate
deliberatamente {adv}  :: deliberately
deliberativo {adj}  :: deliberative, deciding, resolving
deliberato {adj}  :: deliberate, intentional
deliberazione {n}  :: deliberation, resolution, decision
deliberazione {n}  :: intention
delicatamente {adv}  :: delicately
delicatamente {adv}  :: finely
delicatamente {adv}  :: gently
delicatamente {adv}  :: softly
delicatezza {n}  :: delicacy
delicatezza {n}  :: frailty
delicatezza {n}  :: gentleness
delicatezza {n}  :: tactfulness
delicatezza {n}  :: thoughtfulness
delicatissimo {adj}  :: Very delicate or frail
delicatissimo {adj}  :: Very gentle, mild or sensitive
delicatissimo {adj}  :: Very thoughtful, considerate or tactful
delicato {adj}  :: delicate
delicato {adj}  :: frail
delicato {adj}  :: gentle, mild
delicato {adj}  :: sensitive
delicato {adj}  :: tactful
delicato {adj}  :: thoughtful, considerate
delimitabile {adj}  :: definable
delimitabile {adj}  :: That can be delimited; limitable
delimitante {adj}  :: delimiting
delimitare {vt}  :: to delimit
delimitatore {n} [computing]  :: delimiter
delimitazione {n}  :: delimitation
delineabile {adj}  :: delineable
delineamento {n}  :: delineation, outline
delineare {vt}  :: To outline or delineate
delinearsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of delineare
delinearsi {vr}  :: to be outlined
delinearsi {vr}  :: to emerge, take shape
delineazione {n}  :: delineation, outline
delinquente {n}  :: delinquent, criminal
delinquente {n}  :: scoundrel, wretch
delinquenza {n}  :: criminality, crime, delinquency
delinquenziale {adj}  :: delinquent (attributive)
delinquere {vi}  :: to commit a crime
deliquere {n}  :: solicitation
deliquescente {adj}  :: deliquescent
deliquescenza {n} [chemistry]  :: deliquescence
deliquescenza {n}  :: languor, weakness
deliquio {n}  :: swoon
delirante {adj}  :: delirious
delirante {adj}  :: frenzied
delirare {v}  :: to be delirious
delirare {v}  :: to rave
delirio {n}  :: delirium
delirio {n}  :: frenzy
delitto {n}  :: crime, offence, felony, misdemeanour
delitto {n}  :: murder, homicide
delitto {n}  :: sin
delittuosamente {adv}  :: criminally
delittuosità {f}  :: criminality
delittuoso {adj}  :: criminal
delizia {n}  :: delight
deliziare {vt}  :: To delight
deliziarsi {vr}  :: To take delight in (doing) something
deliziosamente {adv}  :: deliciously
deliziosamente {adv}  :: delightfully
delizioso {adj}  :: delicious, exquisite
delizioso {adj}  :: exquisite, delightful
dell' {contraction}  :: (contraction of the preposition di and the article l') of/from the
della {contraction}  :: of the, from the (+ a feminine noun in singular)
delle {contraction}  :: of the, from the (+ a feminine noun in plural)
Delle Piane {prop}  :: Italian surname of a very ancient and noble aristocratic Ligurian family from the 12th to 20th centuries
delle volte {adv}  :: sometimes, occasionally
dello {contraction}  :: (contraction of the preposition di and the article lo) of/from the
Delo {prop}  :: Delos
delocalizzare {vt}  :: to delocalize
delocalizzare {vt}  :: to outsource
delocalizzazione {n} [chemistry, physics]  :: delocalization
delocalizzazione {n}  :: outsourcing
delomorfo {adj} [biology]  :: delomorphous, delomorphic
del resto {adv}  :: however, on the other hand, besides, anyway
delta {m}  :: delta (all senses)
deltaplanista {n}  :: Rider of a hang glider (female)
deltaplanista {n}  :: Rider of a hang glider (male)
deltaplano {n}  :: hang glider
deltazione {n} [geology]  :: deltafication
deltizio {adj}  :: delta (attributive); deltaic
deltoide {adj}  :: deltoid
deltoide {n}  :: deltoid (muscle)
del tutto {adv}  :: fully, completely, totally, quite, entirely
delucidare {vt}  :: to elucidate
delucidazione {n}  :: elucidation, explanation
deludente {adj}  :: disappointing
deludere {vt}  :: to disappoint
deludersi {vr}  :: To be disappointed or disillusioned
delusione {n}  :: disappointment
deluso {adj}  :: disappointed
demagliabile {adj}  :: unravelable
demagliazione {n}  :: run, ladder (in stockings etc)
demagnetizzare {vt}  :: To demagnetize
demagnetizzazione {n}  :: demagnetization
demagoga {n}  :: demagogue (female)
demagogia {n}  :: demagogy
demagogicamente {adv}  :: demagogically
demagogico {adj}  :: demagogic
demagogo {n}  :: demagogue
demandare {vt}  :: To refer, submit or transfer
demaniale {adj}  :: state (attributive)
demanialità {f}  :: state ownership
demanializzare {v}  :: to nationalize
demanializzazione {n}  :: nationalization of private property
demanio {n}  :: state property
demarcare {vt}  :: To demarcate
demarcazione {n}  :: demarcation
demasculazione {n}  :: demasculinization
dematerializzazione {n}  :: dematerialization
demente {n}  :: lunatic
demenza {n}  :: madness, insanity
demenza {n} [pathology]  :: dementia
demenziale {adj}  :: insane
demenzialità {f}  :: insanity
demenzialmente {adv}  :: insanely
demergere {vt}  :: to submerge or sink
demeritare {v}  :: to demerit
demerito {n}  :: demerit
demetallizzare {v}  :: to demetallize
demetallizzazione {n}  :: demetallization
demico {adj}  :: demic
demielinizzazione {n}  :: demyelination
demilitarizzare {vt}  :: To demilitarize
demilitarizzazione {n}  :: demilitarization
demineralizzare {vt}  :: to demineralize
demineralizzato {adj}  :: demineralized
demineralizzazione {n}  :: demineralization
demi-sec {adj}  :: medium dry (sparkling wine)
demistificare {vt}  :: To demystify
demistificazione {n}  :: demystification
demitizzare {vt}  :: To demythologize
demitizzazione {n}  :: demythologization
demiurgico {adj}  :: demiurgic
demiurgo {n}  :: demiurge
demo {n}  :: deme
demo {n}  :: demo
demo- {prefix}  :: demo-
democratica {n}  :: democrat (female)
democraticamente {adv}  :: democratically
democraticismo {n}  :: A show or an act of democracy
democraticissimo {adj}  :: Very democratic
democraticità {f}  :: democratic nature
democratico {adj}  :: democratic
democratico {n}  :: democrat
democratismo {n}  :: A show or an act of democracy
democratizzare {vt}  :: to democratize
democratizzazione {n}  :: democratization
democrazia {n}  :: democracy
Democrazia Cristiana {prop}  :: The Italian Christian Democratic party
democristiano {adj}  :: Christian Democrat
democriteo {adj}  :: Democritean
Democrito {prop}  :: Democritus
demodé {adj}  :: outmoded, old-fashioned
demodé {adj}  :: unfashionable
demodossologia {n}  :: public opinion research
demodulare {vt}  :: To demodulate
demodulato {adj}  :: demodulated
demodulatore {n}  :: demodulator
demodulazione {n}  :: demodulation
demoecologia {n}  :: demoecology (ecology of populations)
demofobia {n}  :: ochlophobia
demografia {n}  :: demography
demograficamente {adv}  :: demographically
demografico {adj}  :: demographic, population (attributive)
demografo {n}  :: demographer
demolire {v}  :: to demolish
demolito {adj}  :: demolished
demolitore {adj}  :: destructive
demolitore {n}  :: demolition worker
demolitrice {n}  :: demolition worker (female)
demolizione {n}  :: demolition
demologia {n}  :: folklore
demoltiplica {n}  :: gearing down
demoltiplica {n}  :: reduction gear
demoltiplicare {vt}  :: To gear down
demoltiplicatore {n}  :: reduction gear
demoltiplicazione {n}  :: gearing down
demone {n}  :: demon
demonetare {vt}  :: To demonetize
demonetizzare {vt}  :: to demonetize
demonetizzazione {n}  :: demonetization
demoniaco {adj}  :: demoniacal, fiendish
demonico {adj}  :: demonic
demonietto {n} [figuratively]  :: imp, pest etc (naughty child)
demonietto {n}  :: Little demon
demonimo {n}  :: demonym
demonio {n}  :: demon, devil
Demonio {prop}  :: The Devil
demonismo {n}  :: demonism
demonizzare {vt}  :: to demonize
demonizzazione {n}  :: demonization
demonofobia {n}  :: demonophobia
demonologia {n}  :: demonology
demonomania {n}  :: demonomania
demoplutocrazia {n}  :: plutodemocracy
demopsicologia {n}  :: demopsychology (folk psychology)
demoralizzante {adj}  :: demoralizing, discouraging
demoralizzare {vt}  :: to demoralize
demoralizzarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of demoralizzare
demoralizzarsi {vr}  :: to become demoralized
demoralizzazione {n}  :: demoralization
demordere {vt}  :: to give up or give in (and admit defeat)
demoscopia {n}  :: public opinion polling
demoscopico {adj}  :: public opinion polling (attributive)
Demostene {prop}  :: Demosthenes
demotico {adj}  :: demotic; Of the people; popular
demotico {n}  :: demotic (script)
demotivare {vt}  :: to demotivate
demotivare {vt}  :: to discourage
demotivarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of demotivare
demotivarsi {vr}  :: to be demotivated
demotivarsi {vr}  :: to be discouraged
demotivato {adj}  :: lacking motivation
demotivazione {n}  :: demotivation
demulcente {adj}  :: demulcent, emollient
demulcente {n} [pharmacology]  :: demulcent, emollient
demuscazione {n}  :: The removal of an infestation of flies
denario {n}  :: denier (coin, weight)
denaro {n}  :: denier
denaro {n}  :: money
denaro {n} [tarot]  :: coin
denaro liquido {m}  :: ready money, cash
denaroso {adj}  :: wealthy, rich (Variant of: danaroso)
denaro sonante {m}  :: cash, ready cash, money
denasalizzazione {n} [linguistics]  :: denasalization
denatalità {f}  :: fall in birth rate
denaturalizzare {vt}  :: To denaturalize
denaturalizzazione {n}  :: denaturalization
denaturante {adj}  :: denaturing
denaturante {n}  :: denaturant
denaturare {vt} [chemistry]  :: To denature
denaturato {adj}  :: denatured
denaturazione {n} [chemistry]  :: denaturation
denazificare {vt}  :: To denazify
denazificato {adj}  :: denazified
denazificazione {n}  :: denazification
denazionalizzare {v}  :: to denationalize
denazionalizzazione {n}  :: denationalization
dendrimero {n} [chemistry]  :: dendrimer
dendritico {adj}  :: dendritic
dendro- {prefix}  :: dendr- (related to trees)
-dendro {suffix}  :: -dendron (forms of tree or tree-like plant)
dendrocito {n}  :: dendrocyte
dendroclimatologia {n}  :: dendroclimatology
dendrocronologia {n}  :: dendrochronology
dendrofobia {n}  :: dendrophobia
dendrogliale {adj}  :: dendroglial
dendroide {adj}  :: dendroid (tree-like)
dendrologia {n}  :: dendrology
dendrologico {adj}  :: dendrologic, dendrological
dendrometria {n}  :: dendrometry
dendrometrico {adj}  :: dendrometric
denegazione {n}  :: denegation, denial
denicotinizzare {vt}  :: to denicotinize
denicotinizzato {adj}  :: denicotinized
denicotinizzazione {n}  :: denicotinization
denigrare {vt}  :: To denigrate or run down
denigratore {n}  :: denigrator, defamer
denigratorio {adj}  :: disparaging, denigrating
denigrazione {n}  :: denigration
denitrificare {vt}  :: To denitrify
denitrificazione {n}  :: denitrification
denocciolare {vt}  :: To stone or pit (fruit)
denocciolato {adj}  :: stoned, pitted (fruit)
denocciolatrice {n}  :: stoner (machine for stoning fruit)
denominabile {adj}  :: That can be named or called.
denominale {adj}  :: denominative
denominale {n}  :: denominative
denominare {vt}  :: To name, nominate or dub
denominativo {adj}  :: denominative
denominativo {n}  :: denominative
denominato {adj}  :: named, nominated
denominatore {n}  :: denominator
denominazionale {adj}  :: denominational
denominazione {n}  :: designation
denominazione {n}  :: name
denotabile {adj}  :: noticeable
denotare {vt}  :: To indicate or denote
denotativo {adj}  :: denotative
denotazione {n}  :: denotation
densamente {adv}  :: densely
densimetria {n}  :: densimetry
densimetro {n}  :: densimeter, densitometer
densissimo {adj}  :: Very dense, very thick
densità {f}  :: density
densità {f}  :: thickness
densitometria {n} [medicine]  :: densitometry
densitometro {n}  :: densitometer
denso {adj}  :: dense, thick
dentale {adj} [anatomy]  :: dental
dentario {adj} [anatomy]  :: dental
dentarolo {n}  :: teething ring
dentaruolo {n}  :: teething ring
dentata {n}  :: bite
dentata {n}  :: toothmark
dentato {adj}  :: dentate
dentato {adj}  :: toothed
dentatrice {n}  :: gear cutter
dentatura {n} [anatomy]  :: A set of teeth
dentatura {n}  :: serration
dente {n} [anatomy]  :: tooth
dente {n}  :: cog, prong
dente da latte {m} [anatomy]  :: milk tooth, baby tooth
dente di leone {m}  :: dandelion
dentellare {vt}  :: to indent or notch
dentellare {vt}  :: to perforate (postage stamps)
dentellare {vt}  :: to scallop or pink (fabric)
dentellare {vt}  :: to serrate (a blade)
dentellato {adj}  :: indented, notched
dentellato {adj}  :: jagged
dentellato {adj}  :: perforated (postage stamp)
dentellato {adj}  :: scalloped
dentellato {adj}  :: serrated (blade)
dentellatore {n}  :: perforator
dentellatura {n}  :: indentation
dentellatura {n}  :: jagged outline (of mountains etc)
dentellatura {n}  :: perforation (of postage stamps)
dentellatura {n}  :: scalloping
dentello {n} [chiefly, in the plural]  :: perforation (on a postage stamp)
dentello {n}  :: notch, tooth
dentice {n}  :: sea bream
denticolato {adj}  :: denticulate
dentiera {n}  :: dentures
dentiera {n}  :: rack
dentifricio {adj}  :: tooth (attribute)
dentifricio {n}  :: toothpaste, dentifrice
dentina {n} [anatomy]  :: dentin
dentino {n} [colloquial]  :: milk tooth, baby tooth
dentista {n}  :: dentist (female)
dentista {n}  :: dentist (male)
dentistico {adj}  :: dentist, dentistry (attributive)
dentizione {n}  :: dentition
dentizione {n}  :: teething
dentone {n}  :: big tooth
dentr {adv}  :: apocopic form of dentro
dentro {adv} [informal]  :: imprisoned
dentro {adv}  :: inside; indoors
dentro {adv}  :: inwardly
dentro {n}  :: inside
dentro {prep}  :: in
denuclearizzare {v}  :: to denuclearize
denuclearizzato {adj}  :: denuclearized, nuclear-free
denuclearizzazione {n}  :: denuclearization
denudamento {n}  :: denudation, stripping (of the land etc)
denudare {vt}  :: To denude, strip or bare
denudarsi {vr}  :: To strip
denudazione {n}  :: denudation, stripping
denuncia {n}  :: complaint, notice
denuncia {n}  :: denouncement
denuncia {n}  :: registration (of births, marriages and deaths)
denunciabile {adj}  :: impeachable, condemnable
denunciare {vt}  :: to declare
denunciare {vt}  :: to denounce
denunciare {vt}  :: to expose
denunciare {vt}  :: to report someone to the police
denunciarsi {vr}  :: To denounce someone
denunciatore {n}  :: denouncer
denunciazione {n}  :: denunciation
denunzia {n}  :: alternative spelling of denuncia
denunziare {v}  :: alternative spelling of denunciare
denunziarsi {vr}  :: alternative spelling of denunciarsi
denutrito {adj}  :: undernourished
denutrizione {n}  :: malnutrition
Deodato {prop}  :: male given name
deodorante {adj}  :: deodorant
deodorante {n}  :: deodorant
deodorare {vt}  :: To deodorize
deodorazione {n}  :: deodorization, deodorizing
deodorizzazione {n}  :: deodorization
deontologia {n}  :: code of conduct, ethical code, deontology
deontologicamente {adv}  :: deontologically
deontologico {adj}  :: ethical, deontological
deorbitazione {n}  :: deorbiting (the act of a spacecraft leaving its orbit)
deospedalizzazione {n}  :: dehospitalization (discharge from hospital)
deossiadenosina {n} [biochemistry]  :: deoxyadenosine
deossicitidina {n} [biochemistry]  :: deoxycytidine
deossidare {vt}  :: To deoxidize or deoxidate
deossidato {adj}  :: deoxidized
deossigenante {adj}  :: deoxygenating
deossigenare {vt}  :: To deoxygenate
deossigenato {adj}  :: deoxygenated
deossigenazione {n}  :: deoxygenation
deossiguanosina {n} [biochemistry]  :: deoxyguanosine
deossiribonucleico {adj}  :: Variant of desossiribonucleico
deossiribonucleoside {n} [biochemistry]  :: deoxyribonucleoside
deossiribosio {n} [carbohydrate]  :: deoxyribose
deossitimidina {n} [biochemistry]  :: deoxythymine
deossiuridina {n} [biochemistry]  :: deoxyuridine
deossizucchero {n} [carbohydrate]  :: deoxy sugar
deostruire {vt}  :: To unblock
depauperamento {n}  :: impoverishment, depletion
depauperante {adj}  :: impoverishing
depauperare {vt}  :: To impoverish
depauperarsi {vr}  :: To become impoverished
depauperato {adj}  :: impoverished
depauperazione {n}  :: impoverishment, depletion
depellere {vt} [obsolete]  :: To expel
depellere {vt} [obsolete]  :: To hunt
depenalizzare {vt}  :: to decriminalize
depenalizzazione {n}  :: decriminalization
dependance {f}  :: outbuilding
depennamento {n}  :: striking out or through; deletion
depennare {v}  :: to cancel
depennare {vt}  :: To cross off, cross out or strike out
deperibile {adj}  :: perishable
deperibilissimo {adj}  :: Very perishable
deperibilità {f}  :: perishability
deperimento {n}  :: deterioration (of goods)
deperimento {n}  :: wasting away
deperire {vi}  :: To wilt or waste away
deperizione {n}  :: deterioration (of goods)
deperizione {n}  :: wasting away
depersonalizzazione {n} [psychiatry, psychology]  :: depersonalization
depigmentato {adj}  :: depigmented
depigmentazione {n} [pathology]  :: depigmentation
depilare {vt}  :: to depilate
depilarsi {vr}  :: To depilate oneself
depilatore {adj}  :: depilatory
depilatore {n}  :: depilatory
depilatorio {n}  :: depilatory
depilatorio {n}  :: hair remover, depilatory
depilazione {n}  :: depilation, hair removal
depingere {vt}  :: Variant of dipingere
depistaggio {n}  :: diversion
depistare {vt}  :: To put someone on the wrong track, to sidetrack
depletato {adj}  :: depleted
depleto {adj}  :: depleted
deplezione {n}  :: depletion
depliant {m}  :: brochure
depliant {m}  :: leaflet
deplorabile {adj}  :: deplorable
deplorabilità {f}  :: deplorableness
deplorabilmente {adv}  :: deplorably
deplorare {vt}  :: To deplore or lament
deplorazione {n}  :: censure
deplorazione {n}  :: disapproval
deplorevole {adj}  :: deplorable
deplorevolmente {adv}  :: deplorably
d'epoca {adj}  :: vintage, period (attributive)
depolarizzante {n}  :: depolarizer
depolarizzare {v}  :: to depolarize
depolarizzatore {n}  :: depolarizer
depolarizzazione {n} [biology, chemistry, physics]  :: depolarization
depolimerizzare {vt}  :: to depolymerize
depolimerizzazione {n} [chemistry]  :: depolymerization
depoliticizzare {vt}  :: to depoliticize
depoliticizzazione {n}  :: depoliticization
depolverizzare {vt}  :: to remove dust (from)
depolverizzatore {n}  :: dust remover
depolverizzazione {n}  :: dust removal or collection
deponente {n}  :: deponent
deporre {vt}  :: to depose
deporre {vt}  :: to deposit
deporre {vt}  :: to give up or abandon (a project)
deporre {vt}  :: to lower (an object)
deporre {vt}  :: to put down (a weighty item)
deporre {vt}  :: to set aside
deporre {vt}  :: to testify
deportabile {adj}  :: deportable
deportanza {n}  :: downforce
deportare {vt}  :: To deport
deportata {n}  :: deportee (female)
deportato {adj}  :: deported
deportato {n}  :: convict
deportato {n}  :: deportee
deportazione {n}  :: deportation
depositante {n}  :: depositor
depositare {vt}  :: to deposit
depositare {vt}  :: to put down, to place
depositare {vt}  :: to store
depositario {adj}  :: deposit (attributive)
depositario {n}  :: depository
depositario {n}  :: repository
depositarsi {vr}  :: to settle, to collect, to precipitate
depositato {adj}  :: deposited
depositato {adj}  :: settled
depositato {adj}  :: stored
depositeria {n}  :: depot, warehouse
deposito {n}  :: depositing, banking, storage
deposito {n}  :: deposit, sediment, accumulation; deposition
deposito {n}  :: deposit, trust
deposito {n}  :: registration
deposito {n}  :: store, depot, warehouse, storehouse, shed, stock
deposizione {n}  :: deposition
depotenziare {vt}  :: To weaken
depravare {vt}  :: To corrupt, pervert or deprave
depravata {n}  :: depraved or degenerate woman
depravato {adj}  :: depraved
depravato {n}  :: a depraved or degenerate person
depravazione {n}  :: depravity
deprecabile {adj}  :: blameworthy
deprecabile {adj}  :: deplorable
deprecabilità {f}  :: blameworthiness
deprecabilità {f}  :: deplorableness
deprecabilmente {adv}  :: deplorably
deprecare {vt}  :: to deplore, deprecate
deprecativamente {adv}  :: deprecatingly
deprecativo {adj}  :: deprecating
deprecatorio {adj}  :: deprecating, deprecative
deprecazione {n}  :: deprecation
depredabile {adj}  :: plunderable
depredare {vt}  :: To plunder or loot
depredatore {adj}  :: plundering, pillaging
depredatore {n}  :: plunderer, pillager
depredazione {n}  :: depredation, plundering
depressionario {adj} [meteorology]  :: low-pressure (attributive)
depressione {n}  :: depression (in all senses)
depressivo {adj}  :: depressive
depresso {adj}  :: depressed
depressore {adj} [anatomy]  :: depressor (attributive)
depressore {adj}  :: vacuum (attributive)
depressore {n} [anatomy]  :: depressor
depressore {n}  :: vacuum pump
depressore del labbro inferiore {m} [muscle]  :: depressor labii superioris, quadratus labii inferioris
depressore dell'angolo della bocca {m} [muscle]  :: depressor anguli oris
depressore del setto {m} [muscle]  :: depressor septi
depressore del setto nasale {m} [muscle]  :: depressor septi nasi
depressore del sopracciglio {m} [muscle]  :: depressor supercilii
depressurizzare {vt}  :: To depressurize
depressurizzazione {n}  :: depressurization
deprezzamento {n}  :: depreciation (in)
deprezzare {vt}  :: To lower the cost or value of something; to depreciate
deprimente {adj}  :: depressing
deprimere {vt}  :: To depress
deprimersi {vr}  :: To get depressed
deprimibile {adj}  :: depressible
deprivare {vt}  :: to deprive
deprivazione {n}  :: deprivation
deprotonazione {n} [chemistry]  :: deprotonation
depsichiatrizzazione {n}  :: depsychiatrization (the state of no longer needing psychiatric care)
depurabile {adj}  :: That can be purified
depuramento {n}  :: purification
depurare {vt}  :: To purify or cleanse
depurarsi {vr}  :: To be purified; to purify oneself
depurativo {adj}  :: purifying
depuratore {adj}  :: purifying
depuratore {n}  :: purifier
depuratorio {adj}  :: purifying, depurative
depuratorio {n}  :: water purifier
depurazione {n}  :: purification
deputare {vt}  :: to delegate
deputata {n}  :: (female) delegate, representative
deputata {n}  :: (in Italy, female) deputy; Member of Parliament; congresswoman
deputato {adj}  :: appointed, fixed
deputato {n}  :: delegate, representative
deputato {n}  :: (in Italy) deputy; Member of Parliament; congressman
deputazione {n}  :: deputation, delegation
dequalificare {vt}  :: To disqualify
dequalificato {adj}  :: disqualified
dequalificazione {n}  :: retrogression, decline
deragliamento {n}  :: derailment
deragliare {vi}  :: to derail, to go off the rails
deragliatore {n}  :: derailleur
deramificante {adj} [biochemistry]  :: debranching
derapage {m}  :: skid, sideslip
derapare {vi}  :: To sideslip (when skiing)
derapare {vi}  :: To skid
derapata {n}  :: skid, sideslip
deratizzare {v}  :: alternative form of derattizzare
deratizzazione {n}  :: alternative form of derattizzazione
derattizzare {vt}  :: to disinfest from rats and mice
derattizzazione {n}  :: deratization, rodent control
derby {m}  :: derby (horse race; sports event between local rivals)
dereferenziare {vt} [computing]  :: To dereference
deregolamentare {vt}  :: To deregulate
deregolamentazione {n}  :: deregulation
deregolare {vt}  :: To deregulate
deregolazione {n}  :: deregulation
derelitto {adj}  :: abandoned
derelitto {adj}  :: derelict
derelitto {adj}  :: destitute
derelitto {n}  :: A destitute person
derelizione {n}  :: dereliction
derequisire {vt}  :: To derequisition
derequisizione {n}  :: derequisitioning
deresponsabilizzare {vt}  :: to free from responsibility
deresponsabilizzarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of deresponsabilizzare
deresponsabilizzarsi {vr}  :: to free oneself from responsibility
deresponsabilizzazione {n}  :: exemption from responsibility
deretano {n} [informal]  :: backside, buttocks
deridere {vt}  :: To mock or deride
derisione {n}  :: derision, mockery
derisione {n} [in the plural]  :: jeers
derisore {n}  :: mocker, derider
derisoriamente {adv}  :: ludicrously, ridiculously
derisoriamente {adv}  :: mockingly
derisorio {adj}  :: ludicrous, ridiculous
derisorio {adj}  :: mocking
deriva {n}  :: centreboard
deriva {n}  :: drift (of a ship or aircraft etc)
deriva {n}  :: fin (of an aircraft)
derivabile {adj}  :: derivable
derivabilità {f}  :: derivability
deriva genetica {f} [genetics]  :: genetic drift
derivante {adj}  :: derived
derivare {vi}  :: (followed by "da") To derive "from"
derivare {vt}  :: To derive
derivata {n}  :: derivative (maths)
derivativo {adj}  :: derivative, derived
derivatizzazione {n} [chemistry]  :: derivatization
derivato {adj}  :: derived
derivato {n}  :: byproduct
derivato {n}  :: derivative (chemistry, grammar)
derivato {n}  :: offshoot
derivatore {adj}  :: diverting
derivatore {n}  :: shunt (electrical)
derivazione {n}  :: derivation
derivazione {n}  :: shunt (electrical)
derivometro {n}  :: drift meter, drift indicator (in an aircraft)
derma {n} [anatomy]  :: dermis
derma- {prefix}  :: derma-
-derma {suffix}  :: -derm
-derma {suffix}  :: -derma
dermatite {n} [diseases]  :: dermatitis
dermatite atopica {f} [disease]  :: atopic dermatitis
dermato- {prefix}  :: dermato-
dermatofita {n}  :: dermatophyte
dermatofitosi {f} [disease]  :: dermatophytosis
dermatogeno {n}  :: dermatogen, protoderm
dermatoglifo {n}  :: fingerprint
dermatologa {n}  :: dermatologist (female)
dermatologia {n} [medicine]  :: dermatology
dermatologicamente {adv}  :: dermatologically
dermatologico {adj}  :: dermatologic, dermatological
dermatologo {n}  :: A dermatologist
dermatomicosi {f} [medicine]  :: dermatomycosis
dermatomiosite {n} [disease]  :: dermatomyositis
dermatomo {n} [surgery]  :: dermatome
dermatoplastica {n} [surgery]  :: dermatoplasty
dermatoscopia {n} [medicine]  :: dermatoscopy
dermatosi {f} [disease]  :: dermatosis
dermatozoo {n} [zoology]  :: ectoparasite
dermeste {n}  :: larder beetle, carpet beetle (of family Dermestidae)
dermico {adj} [anatomy]  :: dermic, dermal
dermo- {prefix}  :: dermo-
dermoabrasione {n} [surgery]  :: dermabrasion
dermocosmesi {f}  :: skin care product(s)
dermoesfoliazione {n}  :: skin exfoliation
dermografia {n} [medicine]  :: dermographia, dermographism
dermografismo {n} [medicine]  :: dermographism, dermographia
dermoide {adj}  :: dermoid, dermatoid
dermoide {n}  :: leatherette
dermopatia {n} [medicine]  :: dermopathy, dermatopathy (disease of the skin)
dermopatico {adj}  :: dermopathic
dermoprotettivo {adj}  :: dermoprotective (that protects the skin)
dermoprotezione {n}  :: skin protection
dermoscopia {n}  :: dermatoscopy
dermoscopio {n}  :: dermoscope, dermatoscope
derno {m}  :: used only in the term bandiera in derno
deroga {n}  :: dispensation
derogabile {adj}  :: That can be derogated; derogatable
derogabilità {f}  :: derogatability
derogare {vi}  :: (followed by "a") To derogate; to partially repeal
derogativo {adj} [legal]  :: derogatory (that creates an exception)
derogatorio {adj} [legal]  :: derogatory (that derogates a law)
derogazione {n}  :: derogation
derrata {n} [chiefly, in the plural]  :: foodstuff
derubare {vt}  :: To rob someone of something
derubare {vt}  :: To steal something from someone
derubricare {vt} [legal]  :: To reduce
derubricare {v}  :: to remove (from agenda)
derubricazione {n} [legal]  :: reduction
derubricazione {n}  :: remove (from agenda)
deruralizzazione {n}  :: rural exodus (movement away from the land)
derustizzazione {n}  :: derusting (the removal of rust from a metal object)
derviscio {n}  :: dervish
desacralizzare {vt}  :: to deconsecrate
desacralizzazione {n}  :: deconsecration
desalatore {n}  :: desalinator (desalination equipment)
desalazione {n}  :: desalination
desalinizzare {vt}  :: to desalinate, desalt
desalinizzatore {n}  :: desalinator
desalinizzazione {n}  :: desalination
desanctisiano {adj}  :: Relating to, or characteristic of Francesco De Sanctis
descensivo {adj} [philosophy]  :: descending, downward
deschetto {n}  :: cobbler's bench
desco {n}  :: table (containing prepared items)
descolarizzare {vt}  :: to deschool
descolarizzazione {n}  :: deschooling
descrittibile {adj}  :: Variant of descrivibile
descrittivamente {adv}  :: descriptively
descrittivismo {n}  :: descriptivism
descrittivo {adj}  :: descriptive
descrittore {n} [computing]  :: descriptor
descrittore {n}  :: describer (Feminine: descrittrice)
descrivere {vt}  :: To describe (in all senses)
descriversi {vr}  :: To describe oneself, to self-describe
descrivibile {adj}  :: describable
descrizione {n}  :: description
descrizione {n}  :: line traced by a curve
desecretare {vt}  :: to declassify; to remove a document's status as secret, so that it may be released and read by the public
desegregazione {n}  :: desegregation
desegretare {vt}  :: to declassify
desegretare {vt}  :: to desegregate
desegretazione {n}  :: declassification
deselezionare {vt} [computing]  :: To untick / uncheck (a tickbox)
desemantizzazione {n} [linguistics]  :: desemantization (loss of the original meaning of a word, which thus acquires a more general meaning)
desensibilizzare {vt}  :: To desensitize
desensibilizzatore {n}  :: desensitizer
desensibilizzazione {n} [medicine, psychology]  :: desensitization
desertico {adj}  :: desert (attributive)
desertificazione {n}  :: desertification
deserto {adj}  :: deserted
deserto {n}  :: desert
desessualizzare {vt}  :: To desexualize
desessualizzazione {n}  :: desexualization
desiabile {adj} [literary]  :: Variant of desiderabile
desiare {v}  :: obsolete form of desiderare
desiderabile {adj}  :: advisable
desiderabile {adj}  :: desirable
desiderabilità {f}  :: desirability
desiderabilmente {adv}  :: desirably
desiderare {vt}  :: To wish, to want, to like, to desire, to long
desiderata {n}  :: desiderata
desideratissimo {adj}  :: Greatly desired
desiderativo {adj}  :: desiderative
desiderato {adj}  :: hoped-for, desired, longed for
desiderato {n} [rare]  :: desideratum
desiderazione {n} [obsolete]  :: desire
desiderio {n}  :: wish, desire, longing
desiderosamente {adv}  :: eagerly
desideroso {adj}  :: desirous (of)
desideroso {adj}  :: eager (for)
design {m}  :: design (industrial)
designabile {adj}  :: appointable
designare {vt}  :: To designate or appoint
designato {adj}  :: appointed, designated
designato {n}  :: appointee
designatore {n}  :: appointer, nominator
designazione {n}  :: appointment
designazione {n}  :: designation
designer {mf}  :: designer (especially one who designs furniture or other industrial products)
desinare {n}  :: dinner
desinenza {n}  :: ending (of a word)
desinenza {n}  :: inflection
desinenziale {adj}  :: desinential
desio {n} [obsolete]  :: desire
desiosamente {adv} [literary]  :: desirously
desioso {adj} [literary]  :: desirous
desipienza {n}  :: ignorance, stupidity
desistenza {n}  :: discontinuance, abandonment
desistenza {n}  :: the formation of a pact between two parties during an election
desistere {v}  :: to desist
desistere {v}  :: to give up (something, or doing something)
desktop {m} [computing]  :: desktop (computer; visible user interface)
desmalusogenia {n} [chemistry]  :: catenation (ability to form chains of atoms)
desmo- {prefix}  :: desm- (forms terms relating to bonds, adhesion or ligaments)
desmodromico {adj}  :: desmodromic
desmodronico {adj}  :: desmodronic
desmologia {n} [anatomy]  :: desmology
desmologia {n} [chemistry]  :: The study of chemical bonds
desmologico {adj}  :: desmologic, desmological
desmopatia {n} [medicine]  :: desmopathy (disease of ligaments)
desmosoma {n}  :: desmosome
desolante {adj}  :: distressing
desolare {vt}  :: to desolate or devastate
desolare {vt}  :: to distress or dishearten
desolatamente {adv}  :: desolately
desolatissimo {adj}  :: Very desolate
desolato {adj}  :: desolate
desolato {adj}  :: distressed
desolazione {n}  :: desolation
desolfatazione {n}  :: desulfation
desolforante {adj}  :: desulfurizing
desolforare {vt} [chemistry]  :: To desulfurize
desolforatore {n}  :: desulfurizer / desulphurizer
desolforazione {n} [chemistry]  :: desulfurization
desonorizzare {vt}  :: to devoice
desonorizzazione {n}  :: devoicing
desorbimento {n}  :: desorption
desorbire {v}  :: to desorb
desossidare {vt}  :: Variant of disossidare
desossidazione {n}  :: Variant of disossidazione
desossiribonucleico {adj}  :: deoxyribonucleic
desossiribosio {n} [carbohydrate]  :: deoxyribose
desossizucchero {n} [carbohydrate]  :: deoxy sugar
despazializzante {adj}  :: despatializing / despacialization
despazializzazione {n}  :: despatialization / despacialization
despezione {n} [obsolete]  :: contempt
despota {n}  :: despot
despotico {adj}  :: alternative spelling of dispotico
despotismo {n}  :: alternative spelling of dispotismo
despumazione {n}  :: skimming (removal of scum etc)
desquamare {vt}  :: To scale (remove scales from a fish)
desquamarsi {vr}  :: To desquamate (shed scales)
desquamativo {adj}  :: desquamative
desquamazione {n} [pathology]  :: desquamation
destabilizzante {adj}  :: destabilizing
destabilizzare {v}  :: to destabilize
destabilizzarsi {vr}  :: To get unstable; to become destabilized
destabilizzatore {adj}  :: destabilizing
destabilizzatore {n}  :: destabilizer
destabilizzazione {n}  :: destabilization
destagionalizzare {vt}  :: to seasonally adjust, deseasonalize
destagionalizzato {adj}  :: seasonally adjusted
destagionalizzazione {n}  :: seasonal adjustment
destalinizzare {vt}  :: to destalinize
destalinizzazione {n}  :: destalinization
destare {v}  :: to arouse or awaken
destare {v}  :: to wake up
destarsi {vr}  :: To awaken
destarsi {vr}  :: To wake up
destatalizzare {vt}  :: to denationalize
destatalizzazione {n}  :: denationalization
destatizzare {vt}  :: to denationalize
destatizzazione {n}  :: denationalization
desterità {f} [obsolete]  :: dexterity, ease, skill
destinabile {adj}  :: That can be destined
destinare {vt}  :: to intend or mean
destinarsi {vr}  :: To intend or mean to do something
destinataria {n}  :: addressee (female)
destinataria {n}  :: consignee (female)
destinataria {n}  :: payee (female)
destinatario {n}  :: addressee
destinatario {n}  :: consignee
destinatario {n}  :: payee
destinato {adj}  :: destined
destinazione {n}  :: destination
destinazione {n}  :: purpose, aim
destino {n}  :: destination
destino {n}  :: destiny, fate
destituire {vt}  :: to depose
destituire {vt}  :: to dismiss
destituzione {n}  :: deposition
destituzione {n}  :: dismissal
desto {adj}  :: awake
destoricizzare {vt}  :: To dehistoricize
destoricizzazione {n}  :: dehistoricization
destra {n}  :: right (hand, direction)
destramente {adv}  :: dexterously
destreggiamento {n}  :: manoeuvring, (clever) management
destreggiare {vt}  :: To manoeuvre
destreggiarsi {vr}  :: To manoeuvre
destrese {m}  :: right wing political jargon
destrezza {n}  :: skill, dexterity
destriero {n}  :: steed
destriero {n}  :: warhorse, charger
destrimano {adj}  :: right-handed
destrina {n} [carbohydrate]  :: dextrin
destrismo {n}  :: right-handedness
destrismo {n}  :: right-wing politics
destro {adj}  :: clever, able, dexterous
destro {adj}  :: crafty
destro {adj}  :: right, right-hand
destro {n} [boxing]  :: right
destro {n}  :: opportunity, chance
destro {n} [soccer]  :: right foot
destrocardia {n} [medicine]  :: destrocardia
destrocherio {n} [heraldry]  :: Heraldic representation of a right arm
destrogiro {adj} [chemistry]  :: dextrorotatory
destroide {adj}  :: rightist, right wing (attributive)
destroide {n}  :: rightist (right wing person)
destroposto {adj}  :: right; placed on the right side
destrorso {adj}  :: clockwise
destrorso {adj}  :: rightist (politics)
destrosio {n}  :: dextrose
destroso {n}  :: dextrose (Variant of: destrosio)
destruggere {vt}  :: Variant of distruggere
destrutturabile {adj}  :: That can be destructured
destrutturare {vt}  :: To alter or remove the structure (of something); to destructure
destrutturarsi {vr}  :: To lose one's structure; to get destructured
destrutturato {adj}  :: destructured
destrutturato {adj}  :: unstructured
destrutturazione {n}  :: altering or removing the structure of something
destruzione {n}  :: obsolete form of distruzione
desueto {adj}  :: disused, obsolete
desuetudine {n}  :: desuetude
desuetudine {n}  :: disuse
desumere {nt}  :: to gather (information)
desumere {nt}  :: to infer or deduce
desumibile {adj}  :: deducible
desumibile {adj}  :: inferable
detassare {vt}  :: To remove (or greatly diminish) a tax (on something)
detassazione {n}  :: The abolition of a tax
deteinato {adj}  :: decaffeinated
detenere {vt}  :: to detain (a prisoner)
detenere {vt}  :: to have or possess (property etc)
detenere {vt}  :: to hold
detentivo {adj}  :: detention (attributive)
detentivo {adj} [legal]  :: custodial
detentore {n}  :: holder (of a title etc)
detentore {n}  :: possessor
detentrice {n}  :: (female) holder (of a title etc)
detentrice {n}  :: (female) possessor
detenuta {n}  :: prisoner (female)
detenuto {n}  :: prisoner
detenzione {n}  :: detention (law)
detenzione {n}  :: holding (of a title etc)
detenzione {n}  :: possession (of drugs etc)
detergente {adj}  :: cleansing
detergente {adj}  :: detergent
detergente {n}  :: detergent
detergere {vt}  :: To cleanse, to clean, to wash
deteriorabile {adj}  :: Liable to deteriorate
deteriorabile {adj}  :: perishable
deteriorabilità {f}  :: perishability
deterioramento {n}  :: deterioration
deteriorare {vt}  :: To damage, to deteriorate
deteriorarsi {vr}  :: To deteriorate
deteriorarsi {vr}  :: To go bad, to perish, to rot
deteriorato {adj}  :: damaged, deteriorated
deteriorazione {n}  :: deterioration
deteriore {adj}  :: lesser, minor
deteriore {adj}  :: pejorative
deteriore {adj}  :: second-rate
determinabile {adj}  :: determinable
determinabilità {f}  :: determinability
determinante {adj}  :: decisive, determining
determinare {vt}  :: to cause, bring about
determinare {vt}  :: to decide
determinare {vt}  :: to determine, define, establish, set out, calculate
determinarsi {v}  :: to be decided or resolved
determinarsi {v}  :: to be solved or cleared up
determinarsi {v}  :: to come about or occur
determinatamente {adv}  :: determinedly, resolutely
determinatamente {adv}  :: particularly
determinatamente {adv}  :: temporarily (for a fixed time)
determinatezza {n}  :: determination (by analysis, weighing etc)
determinatezza {n}  :: precision, exactness
determinativo {adj}  :: definite (grammar)
determinativo {adj}  :: determining
determinato {adj}  :: certain, given, fixed, limited
determinato {adj}  :: determined, resolute
determinato {adj} [mathematics]  :: determinate
determinato {adj}  :: particular
determinazione {n}  :: decision
determinazione {n}  :: determination (all senses)
determinazione {n}  :: prioritization
determinismo {n}  :: determinism
determinista {n}  :: determinist
deterministicamente {adv}  :: deterministically
deterministico {adj}  :: deterministic
deterrente {adj}  :: deterrent
deterrente {n}  :: deterrent
deterrenza {n}  :: deterrence
deterritorializzazione {n}  :: deterritorialization
detersione {n}  :: cleansing
detersivo {n}  :: detergent
detersivo {n}  :: washing powder, laundry detergent
detersivo {n}  :: washing-up liquid, dishwashing liquid
detestabile {adj}  :: detestable, odious, despicable
detestabile {adj}  :: dreadful, appalling
detestabilmente {adv}  :: detestably
detestare {vt}  :: to detest, to loathe, to hate
detestarsi {vr}  :: To hate or detest each other
detestarsi {vr}  :: To hate or detest oneself
detestato {adj}  :: detested, hated
detestazione {n}  :: hate, detestation
detezione {n}  :: detection
detonabilità {f}  :: detonability (of an explosive)
detonabilità {f}  :: tendency to knock (of a car engine)
detonante {adj}  :: detonating, explosive
detonante {n}  :: explosive
detonare {v}  :: to detonate or explode
detonatore {n}  :: detonator
detonazione {n}  :: detonation, explosion
detonazione {n}  :: pinking, knocking (of an engine)
detorcere {vt} [obsolete]  :: Variant of storcere
detossicazione {n}  :: detoxification
detossificare {v}  :: to detoxify
detraibile {adj}  :: deductible
detraibilità {f}  :: deductibility
detrarre {v}  :: to deduct (from)
detrarre {v}  :: to take away (from)
detrattivo {adj}  :: detractive
detrattore {n}  :: detractor
detrattrice {n}  :: detractor (female)
detrazione {n}  :: deduction
detrimento {n}  :: detriment
detritico {adj} [geology]  :: detrital; clastic
detritivoro {adj}  :: detritivorous
detrito {n}  :: detritus
detrito {n}  :: silt, alluvium
detronizzare {vt}  :: to dethrone, depose
detronizzazione {n}  :: dethronement
detronizzazione {n}  :: ousting
detrusore {adj} [anatomy]  :: detrusor (attributive)
detrusore {n} [anatomy]  :: detrusor
detta {f}  :: Only used in the adverb a detta di
dettagliante {mf}  :: retailer
dettagliare {vi}  :: To give details
dettagliare {vt}  :: To detail
dettagliatamente {adv}  :: in detail
dettagliatissimo {adj}  :: Very detailed
dettagliato {adj}  :: detailed
dettaglio {n}  :: detail
dettame {n}  :: dictate, precept
dettare {vt}  :: To dictate
dettato {n}  :: dictation
dettatura {n}  :: dictation
dettazione {n} [obsolete]  :: dictate, precept
detto {adj}  :: above-mentioned, aforementioned, said
detto {adj}  :: known as, called
detto {n}  :: saying
detto e fatto {phrase}  :: Variant of detto, fatto
detto, fatto {phrase}  :: no sooner said than done
detto, fatto {phrase}  :: said and done
detto fatto {phrase}  :: Variant of detto, fatto
detumescenza {n}  :: detumescence
deturpamento {n}  :: disfigurement, defacement
deturpare {vt}  :: To disfigure, to scar
deturpatore {adj}  :: disfiguring
deturpatore {n}  :: defacer, deformer
deturpatore {n}  :: defiler
deturpazione {n}  :: disfigurement
deumidificare {vt}  :: to dehumidify
deumidificato {adj}  :: dehumidified
deumidificatore {n}  :: dehumidifier
deumidificazione {n}  :: dehumidification
deuteragonista {f}  :: deuteragonist
deuterato {adj} [chemistry]  :: deuterated
deuterio {n}  :: deuterium
deutero- {prefix}  :: deutero- (both senses)
deuterobenzene {n}  :: deuterobenzene
deuterocanonico {adj}  :: deuterocanonical
deuterocloroformio {n} [organic compound]  :: deuterochloroform
deuterone {n} [physics]  :: deuteron
Deuteronomio {prop} [biblical]  :: Deuteronomy
deuteronomista {m}  :: Deuteronomist
deuteropatia {n} [medicine]  :: deuteropathy (secondary disease)
deuterostoma {n} [zoology]  :: deuterostome
deuteruro {n} [chemistry]  :: deuteride
deutone {n} [physics]  :: deuteron
devalutazione {n}  :: depreciation (of money)
devalutazione {n}  :: devaluation
devanagari {adj}  :: Devanagari
devanagari {mf}  :: Devanagari
devascolarizzazione {n}  :: devascularization
devastante {adj}  :: devastating
devastare {vt}  :: to devastate or ravage
devastatore {adj}  :: destructive
devastazione {n}  :: devastation, destruction
deverbale {adj}  :: verbal (grammar - derived from a verb)
deverbale {n}  :: A word derived from a verb (especially a noun)
dev'essere {contraction}  :: (he, she, it) must be
devessità {f} [obsolete]  :: slope
devetrificazione {n}  :: devitrification
deviabile {adj}  :: That can be diverted
deviamento {n}  :: deflection
deviamento {n}  :: deviation, diversion (of a waterway)
deviamento {n}  :: disengagement
deviamento {n}  :: shunting (of a train)
deviante {adj}  :: deviant
devianza {n}  :: deviance
devianza {n}  :: perversity
deviare {v}  :: to deflect
deviare {v}  :: to divert
deviare {v}  :: to lead astray
deviare {v}  :: to ward off
deviato {adj}  :: deviant
deviato {adj}  :: deviated, diverted
deviatoio {n}  :: points (railway switch)
deviatore {n}  :: diverter
deviatore {n}  :: signalman
deviazione {n}  :: deviance, perversion
deviazione {n}  :: deviation, departure, divergence
deviazione {n}  :: diversion, detour
deviazione {n}  :: parry
deviazione {n} [surgery]  :: shunt
deviazionismo {n}  :: deviationism
deviazionista {f}  :: deviationist
deviazionistico {adj}  :: deviationist
deviscerare {vt}  :: To disembowel, eviscerate or gut
devitalizzare {vt}  :: to deaden [a nerve, etc.]
devitalizzare {vt}  :: to devitalize
devitalizzazione {n}  :: devitalization
devitaminizzare {vt}  :: to devitaminize
devitaminizzato {adj}  :: devitaminized
devitaminizzato {adj}  :: vitamin deficient
devocalizzazione {n}  :: devocalization, devoicing
devoluta {v}  :: feminine form of devolvuto
devolute {v}  :: Plural of devolvuto
devoluti {v}  :: Plural of devolvuto
devolutivo {adj}  :: devolutionary
devolutivo {adj}  :: transfer, assignment (attributive)
devoluzione {n}  :: devolution
devoluzione {n}  :: endowment
devoluzione {n}  :: transfer
devoluzionista {adj}  :: devolutionary
devolvere {vt}  :: to devolve
devolvere {vt}  :: to transfer (power etc)
devoniano {adj}  :: Devonian
devoniano {n}  :: Devonian
devota {n}  :: devout or faithful woman
devotissimo {adj}  :: Very devout or pious
devoto {adj}  :: devoted
devoto {adj}  :: devout, pious
devoto {n}  :: A devout or faithful person
devozionale {adj}  :: devotional
devozione {n}  :: devotion
devozione {n}  :: devoutness
dexpantenolo {n}  :: dexpanthenol
dezippare {vt} [computing]  :: To unzip (a compressed file)
défilé {n}  :: fashion parade
di {prep}  :: about, on, concerning
di {prep}  :: by, of, ’s
di {prep}  :: [expressing composition] of, made of, in or more often omitted
di {prep}  :: (followed by an infinitive) to or omitted
di {prep}  :: from
di {prep}  :: [in superlative forms] in, of
di {prep}  :: of; ’s [but used after the thing owned and before the owner]
di {prep}  :: some
di {prep}  :: than
diabete {n} [diseases]  :: diabetes
diabete insipido {m}  :: diabetes insipidus
diabete mellito {m}  :: diabetes mellitus
diabetica {n}  :: diabetic woman
diabetico {adj}  :: diabetic
diabetico {n}  :: diabetic person
diabetogeno {adj}  :: diabetogenic
diabetologia {n}  :: diabetology
diabetologo {n}  :: diabetologist
diabolicamente {adv}  :: diabolically, devilishly, fiendishly
diabolicità {f}  :: diabolicalness, devilishness
diabolico {adj}  :: diabolic, diabolical
diacetato {n} [chemistry]  :: diacetate
diaclasi {n}  :: joint (geology - fracture with no offset of strata)
diaconale {adj}  :: diaconal
diaconato {n}  :: diaconate
diaconessa {n}  :: deaconess (female deacon, or early Christian female servant)
diaconia {n}  :: deaconry
diaconia {n}  :: deaconship
diacono {n}  :: deacon
diacritico {adj}  :: diacritical (linguistics)
diacronia {n}  :: diachrony
diacronicamente {adv}  :: diachronically
diacronico {adj}  :: diachronic
diade {n}  :: couple, dyad
diadema {n}  :: diadem
diadema {n}  :: tiara
diademato {adj}  :: nimbed, haloed
diadico {adj}  :: dyadic
diadoco {n}  :: Diadochos
diadumeno {n}  :: diadumenos
diafaneità {f}  :: diaphaneity
diafaneità {f}  :: transparency
diafanità {f}  :: transparency, diaphaneity
diafano {adj}  :: diaphanous
diafano {adj}  :: transparent
diafanoscopia {n} [medicine]  :: diaphanoscopy
diafanoscopio {n}  :: diaphanoscope
diafisario {adj} [skeleton]  :: diaphyseal
diafisi {f} [skeleton]  :: diaphysis
diafonia {n}  :: dissonance
diafonia {n}  :: organum (medieval polyphony)
diafora {n}  :: diaphora
diaforesi {f} [physiology]  :: diaphoresis
diaforetico {adj}  :: diaphoretic
diaforetico {n}  :: diaphoretic agent
diaframma {n}  :: diaphragm
diaframma {n}  :: screen
diaframmare {vit} [photography]  :: To stop down (regulate the diaphragm)
diaframmatico {adj}  :: diaphragmatic
diagenesi {n}  :: diagenesis
diagnosi {n} [medicine, figuratively]  :: diagnosis
diagnosta {f}  :: diagnostician
diagnostica {n}  :: diagnostics
diagnosticabile {adj}  :: That can be diagnosed, diagnosable
diagnosticamente {adv}  :: diagnostically
diagnosticare {vt}  :: to diagnose
diagnostico {adj}  :: diagnostic
diagonale {adj}  :: diagonal
diagonale {n}  :: cross (football)
diagonale {n}  :: diagonal
diagonale {n}  :: twill
diagonalizzabile {adj} [mathematics]  :: diagonalizable
diagonalizzabilità {f} [maths]  :: diagonalizability
diagonalizzare {vt} [mathematics]  :: to diagonalize
diagonalizzazione {n} [mathematics]  :: diagonalization
diagonalmente {adv}  :: diagonally
diagonalmente {adv}  :: on the bias (cut fabric)
diagramma {n}  :: chart
diagramma {n}  :: diagram
diagramma {n}  :: graph
diagrammare {vt}  :: To chart (represent as a diagram)
diagrammatico {adj}  :: diagrammatic
diagrammatore {n} [computing]  :: plotter (device)
diagrammazione {n} [computing]  :: flowcharting
dialchile {n} [organic chemistry]  :: dialkyl
dialefe {n}  :: dialefe
dialettale {adj}  :: dialectal
dialettale {adj}  :: spoken or written in dialect
dialettaleggiante {adj}  :: dialect-like
dialettalismo {n}  :: A word or construction whose origin is from a dialect
dialettalità {f}  :: dialectal character
dialettalmente {adv}  :: in dialect
dialettica {n}  :: dialectic
dialettica {n}  :: dialectics
dialetticamente {adv}  :: dialectically
dialettico {adj}  :: dialectical
dialettismo {n}  :: dialect word or form
dialettizzazione {n} [linguistics]  :: dialectization
dialetto {n}  :: dialect
dialettofono {n}  :: dialect speaker
dialettologia {n}  :: dialectology
dialettologico {adj}  :: dialectological
dialettologo {n}  :: dialectologist
dialipetalo {adj} [botany]  :: dialypetalous
dialisi {n}  :: dialysis
dialitico {adj}  :: dialysis (attributive)
dialitico {adj}  :: dialytic
dializzare {vt}  :: to dialyze / dialyse
dializzato {adj}  :: dialyzed / dialysed
dializzatore {n}  :: dialyzer (machine)
dialogare {vi}  :: To converse, or have a dialogue (with)
dialogare {vt}  :: To write the dialogue (for); to script
dialoghista {f}  :: dialoguist
dialoghista {f}  :: scriptwriter
dialogico {adj}  :: dialogue (attributive)
dialogismo {n}  :: dialogism
dialogista {f}  :: dialogist (writer or director of dialogues)
dialogizzare {vi}  :: to converse [hold a dialogue]
dialogizzare {vt}  :: to write a dialogue
dialogo {n}  :: conversation
dialogo {n}  :: dialogue
diamagnetico {adj} [physics]  :: diamagnetic
diamagnetismo {n} [physics]  :: diamagnetism
diamantato {adj}  :: diamond (attributive)
diamante {n}  :: diamond (all senses)
diamante {n}  :: The crown of an anchor
diamantifero {adj}  :: diamantiferous (diamond-bearing)
diametrale {adj}  :: diametrical (all senses)
diametralmente {adv}  :: diametrically
diametrico {adj}  :: diametric, diametrical
diametro {n}  :: diameter
diamine {interj}  :: An expression of wonder, impatience or irritation
diaminofenolo {n} [organic compound]  :: diaminophenol
diammina {n} [chemistry]  :: diamine
diamminomonocarbossilico {adj} [organic chemistry]  :: diaminomonocarboxylic
Diana {prop}  :: female given name
Diana {prop} [Roman god]  :: Diana
di andata {adj}  :: outward, there (journey, trip)
di andata {adj}  :: single, one-way (ticket)
di andata {adj} [sports]  :: first (leg, round etc)
dianetica {n}  :: dianetics
dianetico {adj}  :: dianetic
dianione {n} [chemistry]  :: dianion
dianionico {adj} [chemistry]  :: dianionic
dianto {n}  :: dianthus
dianzi {adv}  :: A short time before; a while ago
diapositiva {n} [photography]  :: slide, transparency, diapositive
diapoteca {n} [photography]  :: slide container; collection of slides
diaproiettore {n} [photography]  :: slide projector
diapside {n}  :: diapsid
diarchia {n}  :: diarchy, dyarchy
diaria {n}  :: A daily allowance of expenses
diario {n}  :: diary, journal
diarista {f}  :: diarist
diaristico {adj}  :: diaristic
diarrea {n}  :: diarrhea / diarrhoea
diarroico {adj} [medicine]  :: diarrheic
diartrosi {f} [anatomy]  :: synovial joint, diarthrosis
diascopia {n} [medicine]  :: diascopy
diascopio {n}  :: slide projector
diaspora {n}  :: diaspora (all senses)
diasporico {adj}  :: diasporal
diaspro {n} [mineralogy]  :: jasper
diastasi {f} [enzyme]  :: diastase
diastasi {f} [medicine]  :: diastasis
diastema {n}  :: diastema
diastematico {adj}  :: diastematic
diastereoisomerico {adj} [chemistry]  :: diastereoisomeric
diastilo {n} [architecture]  :: diastyle
diastole {n} [physiology]  :: diastole
diastolico {adj}  :: diastolic
diastrofismo {n} [geology]  :: diastrophism
diateca {n}  :: slide library
diatermanità {f}  :: diathermancy
diatermano {adj} [physics]  :: diathermic
diatermia {n} [physics, medicine]  :: diathermy
diatermico {adj}  :: diathermic
diatermocoagulazione {n} [surgery]  :: diathermy (diathermic coagulation)
diatesi {f} [grammar]  :: voice
diatesi {f} [medicine]  :: predisposition
diatesico {adj}  :: diathetic
diatomea {n}  :: diatom
diatomico {adj}  :: diatomic
diatonia {n} [music]  :: diatonicism
diatonico {adj} [music]  :: diatonic
diatonismo {n} [music]  :: diatonism
diatopico {adj}  :: diatopic
diatorico {adj} [anatomy]  :: diatoric
diatriba {n}  :: diatribe
diatriba {n}  :: squabble
diavola {n}  :: devil
diavoleria {n}  :: a strange object or contraption
diavoleria {n}  :: devilry (act of mischief etc)
diavolessa {n}  :: hag
diavolessa {n}  :: she devil
diavoletto {n}  :: demon
diavoletto {n}  :: hair curler
diavoletto {n}  :: little devil, imp
diavoletto {n}  :: pickle
diavoletto di Cartesio {n}  :: Cartesian devil, Cartesian diver
diavolillo {n}  :: Red chili pepper
diavolino {n}  :: hair curler
diavolino {n}  :: imp (also figurative)
diavolio {n}  :: pandemonium
diavolo {interj}  :: (diavolo!) damn!, blast!
diavolo {interj}  :: (diavolo!) you bet!, rather!
diavolo {interj}  :: the devil, the heck, the dickens, the deuce
diavolo {n}  :: devil, demon, fiend, Satan
diavolo {n}  :: (evil person) devil, devilish person
diavolo {n}  :: (man) sort, devil
diazocomposto {n} [organic chemistry]  :: diazo compound
diazometano {n} [organic compound]  :: diazomethane
diazonio {n} [organic chemistry]  :: diazonium
diazoreazione {n} [organic chemistry, pathology]  :: diazo reaction
diazotare {vt}  :: To diazotize
diazotazione {n} [organic chemistry]  :: diazotization
diazoto {n}  :: dinitrogen
diazotrofo {n} [microbiology]  :: diazotroph
di base {adj}  :: basic
dibattere {v}  :: to debate or discuss
dibattersi {vr}  :: To be torn by something
dibattersi {vr}  :: To flounder, to struggle, to writhe
dibattimentale {adj}  :: debate, discussion (attributive)
dibattimento {n}  :: debate, discussion
dibattimento {n}  :: hearing
dibattito {n}  :: debate, discussion
diborano {n} [inorganic compound]  :: diborane
diboscamento {n}  :: alternative form of disboscamento
diboscare {v}  :: Variant of disboscare
diboscazione {n}  :: deforestation
di brutto {adv} [familiar, slang]  :: a lot, very much, like crazy, like mad, like hell
di buongrado {adv}  :: willingly
di buonora {adv}  :: alternative spelling of di buon'ora
di buon'ora {adv}  :: early (in the morning)
dicace {adj} [obsolete]  :: caustic, sarcastic, sharp
dicacità {f} [obsolete]  :: sarcasm, causticity, sharpness
dicastero {n}  :: field, department
dicastero {n}  :: ministry
dicastero {n}  :: office
dicatione {n} [chemistry]  :: dication
dicationico {adj} [chemistry]  :: dicationic
diccì {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to the Democrazia Cristiana (Christian Democracy) a dissolved political party
diccì {mf}  :: A member of this party
dicefalo {adj}  :: dicephalous
dicefalo {n}  :: dicephaly
dicembre {n}  :: December
dicembrino {adj}  :: December (attributive)
dicentra {n}  :: bleeding heart (or other plants of the genus Dicentra)
dicere {vit}  :: Variant of dire
diceria {n}  :: rumour, gossip
di certo {adv}  :: certainly, of course, surely, definitely
dichiarabile {adj}  :: declarable
dichiarante {n}  :: declarant
dichiarante {n}  :: registrant
dichiarare {vt} [card games]  :: to bid
dichiarare {vt}  :: to declare, to announce, to proclaim, to state, to assert
dichiararsi {vr} [of a lover]  :: to propose
dichiararsi {vr} [of opinions]  :: to commit oneself
dichiararsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of dichiarare
dichiararsi {vr}  :: to declare oneself, call oneself, avow oneself
dichiaratamente {adv}  :: avowedly
dichiarativa {n}  :: declarative
dichiarativamente {adv}  :: declaratively
dichiarativo {adj}  :: declarative
dichiarato {adj}  :: avowed, explicit, professed
dichiarato {adj}  :: reported
dichiarazione {n}  :: declaration, announcement, statement, remark
dichiarazione {n}  :: (in card games) bid, bidding
dichiarazione di guerra {f}  :: declaration of war
Dichiarazione Universale dei Diritti dell'Uomo {prop}  :: Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Dichiarazione Universale dei Diritti Umani {prop}  :: Universal Declaration of Human Rights
diciannove {adj}  :: nineteen
diciannove {m}  :: nineteen
diciannove {m}  :: seven o'clock (p.m.)
diciannovemila {adj}  :: nineteen thousand
diciannovemila {m}  :: nineteen thousand
diciannovenne {adj}  :: nineteen-year-old
diciannovenne {n}  :: nineteen-year-old
diciannovesimo {adj}  :: nineteenth
diciannovesimo {n}  :: nineteenth (fraction)
diciannovesimo {n}  :: nineteenth (the one in nineteenth position)
diciassette {adj}  :: seventeen
diciassette {m}  :: five o'clock (p.m.)
diciassette {m}  :: seventeen
diciassettemila {adj}  :: seventeen thousand
diciassettemila {m}  :: seventeen thousand
diciassettenne {adj}  :: seventeen-year-old
diciassettenne {n}  :: seventeen-year-old
diciassettesimo {adj}  :: seventeenth
diciassettesimo {n}  :: seventeenth (fraction)
diciassettesimo {n}  :: seventeenth (the one in 17th position)
dicibile {adj} [literary]  :: expressible, utterable
dicibilità {f}  :: utterability
dici nove {num}  :: alternative spelling of diciannove
diciottenne {adj}  :: eighteen-year-old
diciottenne {n}  :: eighteen-year-old
diciottesimo {adj}  :: eighteenth
diciottesimo {n}  :: eighteenth (fraction)
diciottesimo {n}  :: eighteenth (the one in 18th position)
diciotto {adj}  :: eighteen
diciotto {m}  :: eighteen
diciotto {m}  :: six o'clock (p.m.)
diciottomila {adj}  :: eighteen thousand
diciottomila {m}  :: eighteen thousand
dicitore {n}  :: speaker, orator (male)
dicitrice {n}  :: speaker, orator (female)
dicitura {n}  :: wording, words
dicloroindofenolo {n} [organic compound]  :: dichloroindophenol
diclorometano {n} [organic compound]  :: dichloromethane, methylene chloride
dicogamia {n}  :: dichogamy
di colore {adj}  :: (of a person) colored, coloured, black
di colpo {adv}  :: suddenly, all of a sudden, out of the blue
di conseguenza {adv}  :: accordingly
di conseguenza {adv}  :: consequently, as a consequence, therefore
di continuo {adv}  :: continually
dicotiledone {adj} [botany]  :: dicotyledonous
dicotiledone {n} [botany]  :: dicotyledon
dicotomia {n}  :: dichotomy
dicotomicamente {adv}  :: dichotomously
dicotomico {adj}  :: dichotomic, dichotomous
dicotomo {adj} [botany]  :: dichotomous, dichotomic
dicroico {adj}  :: dichroic
dicroismo {n} [physics]  :: dichroism
dicromatico {adj}  :: dichromatic
dicromato {n}  :: dichromate
dicromia {n}  :: two-colour print
dicromia {n}  :: two-colour printing
dicromico {adj} [inorganic chemistry]  :: dichromic
dicrotismo {n} [pathology]  :: dicrotism
dictafono {n}  :: dictaphone
didascalia {n}  :: caption
didascalia {n}  :: stage direction
didascalia {n}  :: subtitle
didascalicamente {adv}  :: didactically
didascalico {adj}  :: didactic
didascalico {n}  :: dash (used to introduce direct speech)
didascalico {n}  :: hyphen (separating compound words)
didatta {n}  :: teacher
didattica {n}  :: didactics
didatticamente {adv}  :: didactically
didattico {adj}  :: didactic
didattico {adj}  :: educational
didattico {adj}  :: teaching
didattile {n}  :: didactyl
di dentro {adj}  :: inner, interior
di dentro {adj}  :: internal, inside
didentro {adv}  :: inside, indoors
didentro {m}  :: inside, interior
didgeridù {m} [musici]  :: didgeridoo
didietro {adj}  :: back, rear
didietro {adv}  :: behind
didietro {m} [informal]  :: backside
didietro {m}  :: rear
didimio {n} [chemistry]  :: didymium
Didone {prop} [Greek mythology]  :: Dido
di eccezione {adj}  :: Variant of d'eccezione
dieci {adj}  :: ten
dieci {m}  :: ten
dieci {m}  :: ten o'clock (a.m. or p.m.)
diecibilioni {m}  :: ten billion
dieci di cuori {m}  :: ten of hearts (the card)
dieci di fiori {m}  :: ten of clubs (the card)
dieci di picche {m}  :: ten of spades (the card)
dieci di quadri {m}  :: ten of diamonds (the card)
diecimila {adj}  :: ten thousand
diecimila {m}  :: ten thousand
diecimiliardi {m}  :: ten billion
diecimilionesimo {adj}  :: ten millionth
diecimilionesimo {n}  :: ten millionth (fraction)
diecimilionesimo {n}  :: ten millionth (one in 10,000,000th position)
diecimilioni {m}  :: ten million
diecimillesimo {adj}  :: ten thousandth
diecimillesimo {n} [ordinal numbers]  :: ten thousandth
diecina {n}  :: ten (or so) (things)
diedrale {adj} [mathematics]  :: dihedral
diedro {n}  :: dihedral
diegesi {f}  :: diegesis
diegetico {adj}  :: diegetic
dielettricità {f} [physics]  :: dielectricity; insulation (electrical)
dielettrico {adj} [physics]  :: dielectric, insulating
dielettrico {n} [physics]  :: dielectric, insulator
diencefalico {adj}  :: diencephalic
diencefalo {n} [anatomy]  :: diencephalon
diene {n} [organic chemistry]  :: diene
dieresi {n}  :: dieresis, diaeresis
dieresi {n}  :: hiatus
diesagonale {adj}  :: dihexagonal
diesare {vt} [music]  :: to sharp
diesel {m}  :: diesel (engine; vehicle)
diesel-elettrico {adj}  :: diesel-electric
diesis {adj} [music]  :: sharp
diesis {m} [music]  :: sharp
diesizzare {vt} [music]  :: to sharp
diessino {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to the Democratici di Sinistra (Democrats of the Left) political party
diessino {n}  :: A member of this party
diestere {n}  :: diester
dieta {n}  :: diet (all senses)
dieta mediterranea {f}  :: Mediterranean diet
dietetica {n} [medicine]  :: dietetics
dieteticamente {adv}  :: dietetically
dietetico {adj}  :: dietetic, diet (attributive), dietary
dietile {n}  :: diethyl
dietilico {adj}  :: diethyl [attributive]
dietista {n}  :: (female) dietician, nutritionist
dietista {n}  :: (male) dietician, nutritionist
dietologa {n}  :: (female) dietician, nutritionist
dietologia {n}  :: dietetics
dietologo {n}  :: dietician, nutritionist
dietoterapia {n} [medicine]  :: diet therapy
dietro {adv}  :: behind, at the back
dietro {m}  :: back, rear
dietro {m}  :: seat (of trousers)
dietro {prep}  :: after, next
dietro {prep}  :: behind
dietro front {interj}  :: about turn!
dietro front {m}  :: about-turn, volte-face
dietrofront {m}  :: about turn, about face (also figuratively)
dietrologa {n}  :: Woman who is always looking for what is behind an event; conspiracy hunter (female).
dietrologia {n}  :: conspiracy theory (search for hidden motives)
dietrologo {n}  :: Person who is always looking for what is behind an event; conspiracy hunter.
difatti {conj}  :: in fact, as a matter of fact
di fatto {adv}  :: in fact
difender {v}  :: apocopic form of difendere
difendere {vt}  :: to defend
difendersi {vr}  :: reflexive form of difendere
difendersi {vr}  :: to defend oneself, protect oneself
difendersi {vr}  :: to get by, hold one's own, stand up
difendibile {adj}  :: defensible
difendibilità {f}  :: defensibility
difenile {n}  :: alternative form of bifenile
difenolo {n} [organic chemistry]  :: diphenol
difensibile {adj}  :: Variant of difendibile
difensiva {n}  :: The defensive
difensivamente {adv}  :: defensively
difensivismo {n}  :: defensiveness
difensivismo {n} [sports]  :: playing defensively
difensivista {adj}  :: defensive
difensivista {f} [sports]  :: defensive player
difensivo {adj}  :: defensive
difensore {adj}  :: defending
difensore {adj}  :: supporting
difensore {n}  :: advocate, supporter
difensore {n}  :: defending counsel, defense attorney
difensore {n}  :: (sports, etc.) defender
di ferro {adj}  :: cast iron
difesa {n}  :: defence
difesa {n}  :: protection, shelter
difeso {adj}  :: fortified
difeso {adj}  :: protected, sheltered
difettare {vi}  :: To be defective
difettare {vi}  :: To lack or be lacking
difettato {adj}  :: defective, faulty, imperfect
difettivo {adj}  :: defective
difetto {n}  :: defect, fault, blemish, flaw
difetto {n}  :: deficiency, lack, shortage
difettosamente {adv}  :: defectively, faultily, imperfectly
difettosissimo {adj}  :: Very faulty, very defective
difettosità {f}  :: defect, fault, imperfection
difettosità {f}  :: defectiveness, faultiness, imperfection
difettoso {adj}  :: defective, faulty, imperfect
difettuccio {n}  :: A small defect, a small fault
diffamante {adj}  :: defamatory
diffamare {vt}  :: to defame, slander or liber
diffamatore {n}  :: libeller
diffamatore {n}  :: slanderer
diffamatorio {adj}  :: slanderous, libellous
diffamazione {n}  :: defamation
diffamazione {n}  :: libel
diffamazione {n}  :: slander
diffeomorfico {adj}  :: diffeomorphic
diffeomorfismo {n} [mathematics]  :: diffeomorphism
diffeomorfo {adj}  :: diffeomorphic
differente {adj}  :: different, differing, dissimilar, unlike
differentemente {adv}  :: in a different way, differently, otherwise
differenza {n}  :: difference
differenziabile {adj}  :: differentiable
differenziabilità {f}  :: differentiability
differenziale {adj}  :: differential
differenziale {n}  :: differential (gear)
differenziamento {n}  :: differentiation
differenziare {vt}  :: To differentiate, to distinguish
differenziarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of differenziare
differenziarsi {vr}  :: to be different, be differentiated
differenziarsi {vr}  :: to distinguish oneself
differenziatamente {adv}  :: in a differentiated or specialized manner
differenziato {adj}  :: differentiated, different, specialized, separated
differenziazione {n}  :: differentiation
differibile {adj}  :: postponable
differimento {n}  :: deferment, postponement
differire {vi}  :: To differ, or be different (from)
differire {vt}  :: To defer or postpone
differito {adj}  :: postponed, delayed
difficile {adj}  :: difficult
difficilissimo {adj}  :: Very difficult
difficilmente {adv}  :: hardly, with difficulty, unlikely (adjective)
difficoltà {f}  :: difficulty
difficoltosamente {adv}  :: difficultly
difficoltoso {adj}  :: difficult
difficultà {f}  :: dated form of difficoltà
diffida {n}  :: notice, warning
diffidare {vi}  :: To distrust, or be suspicious (of)
diffidare {vt}  :: To warn or caution
diffidarsi {vr}  :: To despair; to lose confidence
diffidente {adj}  :: suspicious, distrustful
diffidenza {n}  :: mistrust
diffinizione {n}  :: alternative form of definizione
diffondere {vt}  :: to give out or diffuse (light, radio etc)
diffondere {vt}  :: to spread
diffondersi {vr}  :: reflexive form of diffondere
diffondersi {v}  :: to spread
diffondibile {adj}  :: diffusible
diffondibile {adj}  :: spreadable
diffondibilità {f}  :: diffusibility
diffondibilità {f}  :: spreadability
difforme {adj}  :: different
difforme {adj}  :: discordant
difforme {adj}  :: Not conforming
difformemente {adv}  :: differently
difformemente {adv}  :: discordantly
difformemente {adv}  :: in a nonconforming manner
difformità {f}  :: diversity, unlikeness, dissimilarity, difference
diffrangere {vt}  :: To diffract (cause diffraction)
diffrangersi {vr}  :: To diffract (be diffracted)
diffranto {adj}  :: diffracted
diffratto {adj} [physics]  :: diffracted
diffrattometria {n}  :: diffractometry
diffrattometro {n}  :: diffractometer
diffrazione {n}  :: dispersion
diffrazione {n} [physics]  :: diffraction
diffusamente {adv}  :: fully, diffusely
diffusibile {adj}  :: diffusible
diffusibilità {f}  :: diffusibility
diffusionale {adj}  :: distribution (attributive)
diffusionale {adj} [physics]  :: diffusional
diffusione {n}  :: circulation (of newspapers)
diffusione {n}  :: diffusion
diffusissimo {adj}  :: Very widespread or common
diffusività {f}  :: diffusivity
diffusivo {adj}  :: diffusive
diffuso {adj}  :: diffuse
diffuso {adj}  :: widespread (disease etc)
diffusore {n}  :: diffuser
diffusorio {adj}  :: diffusion (attributive))
difilate {adv}  :: directly, straight
difilate {adv}  :: straightaway
difilato {adv}  :: straight
difilato {adv}  :: straight away
difluoruro {n}  :: difluoride
di fondo {adj}  :: background (attributive)
di fondo {adj}  :: underlying, basic, fundamental
di fortuna {adj}  :: makeshift, jury (attribute), emergency (attribute), forced
difosfatasi {f} [enzyme]  :: diphosphatase
difosforo {n} [inorganic chemistry]  :: diphosphorus
di frequente {adv}  :: frequently, often
difronte {adv}  :: in front (of)
difronte {adv}  :: opposite
difterico {adj}  :: diphtheric; diphtheria (attributive)
difterite {n} [diseases]  :: diphtheria
difteroide {adj}  :: diphtheroid
diga {n}  :: dam (and, by extension, reservoir)
diga {n}  :: dyke, breakwater
digamma {m}  :: digamma (Greek letter)
digastrico {adj} [anatomy]  :: digastric
digastrico {n} [muscle]  :: digastric muscle, digastricus
digerente {adj}  :: digestive
digeribile {adj}  :: digestible
digeribile {adj} [figuratively]  :: tolerable
digeribilità {n}  :: digestibility
digerire {vt}  :: to digest
digerire {vt}  :: to master, understand
digerire {vt}  :: to tolerate, stand
digestibile {adj}  :: Variant of digeribile
digestione {n}  :: digestion
digestivo {adj}  :: digestive
digestivo {n}  :: after dinner drink
digestivo {n}  :: digestive
digesto {n}  :: digest
digestore {n}  :: digester
Digione {prop}  :: Dijon
digitale {adj}  :: digital
digitale {n}  :: digitalis (plant and drug)
digitale {n}  :: foxglove
digitalico {adj}  :: digitalin (attributive)
digitalico {n}  :: (especially in plural) digoxin, digitalin or any cardiac glycoside of similar structure
digitalina {n}  :: digitalin
digitalizzare {vt}  :: to digitize
digitalizzato {adj}  :: digitized
digitalizzatore {n}  :: digitizer
digitalizzazione {n}  :: digitization
digitalmente {adv}  :: digitally
digitare {vt}  :: to finger (music)
digitare {vt}  :: to key in, to key, to type
digitare {vt}  :: to press (a key)
digitazione {n}  :: digitation
digitazione {n}  :: fingering
digitazione {n}  :: typing (on a keyboard)
digitigrado {adj}  :: digitigrade
digitigrado {n}  :: digitigrade
digitopressione {n}  :: acupressure
digitossina {n}  :: digitoxin
digiunale {adj} [anatomy]  :: jejunal
digiunare {vi}  :: To fast
digiunatore {n}  :: faster (person who fasts)
digiungere {vt} [obsolete]  :: Variant of disgiungere
digiuno {adj}  :: ignorant (of)
digiuno {n} [anatomy]  :: jejunum
digiuno {n}  :: fast, fasting
digiunoterapia {n}  :: fasting therapy
digliceride {n} [organic chemistry]  :: diglyceride
dignità {f}  :: dignity
dignitaria {n}  :: dignitary (female)
dignitario {n}  :: dignitary
dignitosamente {adv}  :: decently, decorously
dignitosamente {adv}  :: with dignity
dignitosissimo {adj}  :: Very decorous
dignitosissimo {adj}  :: Very dignified
dignitoso {adj}  :: decent, decorous
dignitoso {adj}  :: dignified
DIGOS {abbr}  :: DIGOS (Division of General Investigations and Special Operations), an Italian law enforcement agency charged with investigating sensitive cases relating to terrorism, organized crime and capital offenses
digradare {vi}  :: To fade off or shade
digradare {vi}  :: To slope down or decline
digradazione {n}  :: downward incline
digramma {n} [linguistics]  :: digraph
di gran carriera {adv}  :: At full speed
di gran lunga {adv}  :: greatly, far and away
digrassare {vt}  :: To skim (fat from a liquid)
digrassatura {n}  :: skimming (of fat from a liquid)
digressione {n}  :: digression
digressivo {adj}  :: digressive
digrignamento {n}  :: grinding, gnashing
digrignar {v}  :: apocopic form of digrignare
digrignare {vt}  :: To grind or gnash
digrossamento {n}  :: refining
digrossamento {n}  :: rough-hewing
digrossamento {n}  :: trimming; cutting (down)
digrossare {vt}  :: to polish or refine
digrossare {vt}  :: to rough-hew
digrossare {vt}  :: to trim
diguazzamento {n}  :: splashing (about)
diguazzare {vi}  :: to paddle (one's feet in the sea etc)
diguazzare {vi}  :: to splash (about)
diidrofolato {n}  :: dihydrofolate
diidrogeno {n}  :: dihydrogen
diidropiridina {n} [organic compound]  :: dihydropyridine
diidrossi {adj} [chemistry, in combnation]  :: dihydroxy
diidrossiacetone {n} [organic compound]  :: dihydroxyacetone
diidrossibenzene {n} [organic compound]  :: dihydroxybenzene
diidrossifenilalanina {n} [biochemistry]  :: dihydroxyphenylalanine
diidrotestosterone {n} [organic compound]  :: dihydrotestosterone
diidruro {n} [inorganic chemistry]  :: dihydride
diisocianato {n} [inorganic chemistry]  :: diisocyanate
dilacerare {vt}  :: To tear or lacerate
dilacerazione {n}  :: alternative form of lacerazione
dilagare {vi}  :: to flood
dilagare {vi}  :: to spread, to be rampant
dilaniare {vt}  :: to rip to shreds
dilaniare {vt}  :: to tear to pieces
dilaniarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of dilaniare
dilaniarsi {vr}  :: to be ripped to shreds
dilaniarsi {vr}  :: to be torn to pieces
dilaniarsi {vr}  :: to worry, torture oneself
dilapidare {vt}  :: To squander, waste or dissipate
dilapidatore {n}  :: squanderer
dilapidazione {n}  :: dissipation
dilapidazione {n}  :: squandering
di lì a poco {adv}  :: soon afterwards, shortly after, some time later
dilatabile {adj}  :: expandable, expansible, dilatable, expanding
dilatabilità {f}  :: expandability, expansibility
dilatare {vt}  :: to dilate
dilatare {vt}  :: to enlarge or make bigger
dilatarsi {vr}  :: To dilate
dilatarsi {vr}  :: To enlarge or become bigger
dilatativo {adj}  :: dilatative
dilatatore {adj}  :: dilating
dilatatore {n} [anatomy, medicine]  :: dilator
dilatatore della narice {m} [muscle]  :: dilator nasis
dilatatorio {adj}  :: dilative, dilating
dilatazione {n}  :: dilation
dilatazione {n}  :: expansion
di lato {n}  :: edge-on
dilatometria {n}  :: dilatometry
dilatometro {n}  :: dilatometer
dilatone {n} [physics]  :: dilaton
dilatorio {adj}  :: dilatory
dilavamento {n}  :: washing off, washing out, washing away
dilavare {vt}  :: To wash away
dilavazione {n}  :: washing off
dilazionabile {adj}  :: extendible, extendable
dilazionabile {adj}  :: That can be postponed; postponable
dilazionare {vt}  :: To defer
dilazionatorio {adj}  :: dilatory
dilazione {n}  :: deferment
dilazione {n}  :: grace (relief period for a debtor)
dileggiabile {adj}  :: mockable
dileggiare {vt}  :: To mock or scoff at
dileggiatore {n}  :: mocker, scoffer
dileggio {n}  :: mockery, derision
dileguare {vt}  :: To dispel or disperse
dileguarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of dileguare
dileguarsi {vr}  :: to disappear
dileguarsi {vr}  :: to disperse
dilemma {n}  :: dilemma [between two alternatives]
diletta {n}  :: beloved, loved one
dilettabile {adj}  :: delightful, delectable
dilettabilità {f}  :: delightfulness
dilettante {adj}  :: amateur
dilettante {n}  :: amateur
dilettante {n}  :: dilettante
dilettantescamente {adv}  :: amateurishly
dilettantesco {adj}  :: amateurish, amateur (attributive)
dilettantismo {n}  :: amateurism
dilettantisticamente {adv}  :: amateurishly
dilettantistico {adj}  :: amateurish, amateur (attributive)
dilettare {vt}  :: To please or delight
dilettarsi {vr}  :: To delight, love or enjoy
dilettazione {n}  :: delight
dilettevole {adj}  :: delightful
dilettevolmente {adv}  :: delightfully
diletto {adj}  :: beloved
diletto {n}  :: beloved, loved one
diletto {n}  :: hobby
diletto {n}  :: pleasure, delight
dilezione {n}  :: dilection
dilicato {adj}  :: delicate (Variant of: delicato)
diligente {adj}  :: diligent, hard-working
diligentemente {adv}  :: diligently
diligentissimo {adj}  :: Very diligent or careful
diligentissimo {adj}  :: Very hard-working
diligenza {n}  :: diligence
diligenza {n}  :: stagecoach
diligere {vt}  :: to respect
diliscare {vt}  :: To bone or fillet (a fish)
dilitio {n}  :: dilithium
dilogia {n}  :: dilogy (all senses)
dilucidare {vt}  :: Variant of delucidare
dilucidazione {n}  :: Variant of delucidazione
diluente {adj}  :: diluent
diluente {n}  :: diluent
diluibile {adj}  :: dilutable
diluire {vt}  :: to dilute
diluire {vt}  :: to dissolve
diluire {vt}  :: to thin (with a solvent)
diluito {adj}  :: diluted
diluito {adj}  :: thin (thinned with solvent)
diluito {adj}  :: weak (diluted liquid)
diluizione {n}  :: dilution
diluizione {n}  :: dissolving
diluizione {n}  :: thinning
dilungare {vt}  :: to defer
dilungare {vt}  :: to extend
dilungarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of dilungare
dilungarsi {vr}  :: to be deferred
dilungarsi {vr}  :: to be extended
dilungarsi {vr}  :: to speak at length
dilungazione {n} [obsolete]  :: removal
diluviale {adj}  :: diluvial
diluviare {vi}  :: to pour (also figurative), to rain cats and dogs, to bucket
diluvio {n}  :: deluge, downpour
diluzione {n}  :: Variant of diluizione
dima {n}  :: template
dimagramento {n}  :: alternative spelling of dimagrimento
dimagrante {adj}  :: slimming
dimagrare {vi}  :: alternative spelling of dimagrire
dimagrare {vi}  :: To become poor
dimagrare {vt}  :: To impoverish
dimagrazione {n}  :: weight loss; slimming
dimagrimento {n}  :: slimming
dimagrimento {n}  :: weight loss, loss of weight
dimagrire {vi}  :: to lose weight, to slim, to grow thin
dimandar {v}  :: apocopic form of dimandare
dimandare {vit}  :: Variant of domandare
di massa {adj}  :: mass (attributive)
dimenamento {n}  :: tossing about
dimenamento {n}  :: wagging
dimenamento {n}  :: wriggling
dimenare {vt}  :: to wag (the tail)
dimenare {vt}  :: to wave
dimenarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of dimenare
dimenarsi {vr}  :: to gesticulate
dimenarsi {vr}  :: to toss and turn
dimenio {n}  :: fidgeting; tossing about
dimenio {n}  :: wagging
dimenio {n}  :: waving (the arms etc)
dimensionale {adj}  :: dimensional
dimensionalità {f}  :: dimensionality
dimensionalmente {adv}  :: dimensionally
dimensionamento {n}  :: dimensioning, sizing
dimensionare {vt}  :: To set or change the dimension, to dimension, to shape
dimensionato {adj}  :: dimensioned
dimensione {n} [mathematics]  :: dimension
dimensione {n}  :: measurement, dimension
dimensione {n}  :: size, scale, proportion
dimenticabile {adj}  :: forgettable
dimenticanza {n}  :: forgetfulness
dimenticanza {n}  :: oversight, omission
dimenticar {v}  :: apocopic form of dimenticare
dimenticare {vt}  :: to forget
dimenticarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of dimenticare
dimenticarsi {vr}  :: to forget
dimenticato {adj}  :: forgotten
dimenticato {adj}  :: godforsaken
dimenticato da dio {adj}  :: god-forsaken/godforsaken
dimenticato da Dio {adj}  :: alternative spelling of dimenticato da dio
dimenticatoio {n}  :: oblivion
dimentico {adj}  :: forgetful (of)
dimentico {adj}  :: oblivious or unmindful (of)
dimerico {adj}  :: dimeric
dimero {adj} [botany]  :: dimerous
dimero {n} [chemistry]  :: dimer
dimessamente {adv}  :: humbly
dimessamente {adv}  :: modestly
dimessamente {adv}  :: shabbily
dimesso {adj}  :: humble
dimesso {adj}  :: modest, unassuming
dimestichezza {n}  :: familiarity
dimeticone {n}  :: dimethicone
dimetilacetammide {n} [organic compound]  :: dimethylacetamide
dimetilammina {n} [organic compound]  :: dimethylamine
dimetilformammide {n} [organic compound]  :: dimethylformamide
dimetilsilossano {n} [organic compound]  :: dimethylsiloxane
dimetilsolfossido {n} [organic compound]  :: dimethylsulphoxide
dimetilsolfuro {n} [organic compound]  :: dimethyl sulfide
dimetrico {adj}  :: dimetric
dimetro {n}  :: dimeter
dimettere {vt}  :: to discharge, to release
dimettere {vt}  :: to remove, to dismiss
dimettersi {vr}  :: to resign, to step down
dimezzamento {n}  :: halving
dimezzare {vt}  :: To cut in half; to halve
di mezzo {adj}  :: middle, central
diminuendo {n} [music]  :: diminuendo
diminuibile {adj}  :: That can diminished; diminishable
diminuire {vi}  :: to fall, go down, diminish, decrease
diminuire {vt}  :: to diminish, decrease, cut, lower
diminutivo {adj}  :: diminutive (serving to diminish)
diminutivo {n}  :: diminutive (grammar)
diminutore {n} [mathematics]  :: subtrahend
diminuzione {n}  :: diminution, decrease, drop, loss, reduction
dimissionare {vt}  :: To dismiss (a legal case etc)
dimissionario {adj}  :: outgoing, resigning
dimissione {n}  :: discharge (from hospital)
dimissione {n} [in the plural]  :: resignation
dimissorio {adj}  :: dimissory
di modo che {conj}  :: so that
dimora {n}  :: residence
dimorante {adj}  :: staying (usually used to describe temporary immigrants)
dimorare {vi}  :: to belong
dimorare {vi}  :: to dwell (all senses)
dimorare {vi}  :: to stay
dimorfico {adj}  :: dimorphic
dimorfismo {n}  :: dimorphism
dimorfo {adj} [biology, chemistry]  :: dimorphic, dimorphous
dimostrabile {adj}  :: demonstrable
dimostrabilità {n}  :: demonstrability
dimostrante {n}  :: demonstrator
dimostrante {v}  :: present participle of dimostrare
dimostrare {vt}  :: to prove, to show, to establish, to demonstrate
dimostrare {vt}  :: to show, to display, to manifest, to demonstrate, to look, to appear, to evince
dimostrarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of dimostrare
dimostrarsi {vr}  :: to prove (to be)
dimostrativamente {adv}  :: demonstratively
dimostrativo {n}  :: demonstrative
dimostratore {n}  :: demonstrator
dimostratrice {n}  :: demonstrator (female)
dimostrazione {n}  :: demonstration
d'improvviso {adv}  :: suddenly, all of a sudden, unexpectedly, out of the blue
dimungere {vt} [obsolete]  :: Variant of smungere
dinamicamente {adv}  :: dynamically
dinamicità {f}  :: dynamicity (condition of being dynamic)
dinamico {adj}  :: dynamic
dinamico {adj}  :: energetic, high-energy
dinamismo {n}  :: dynamism
dinamitardo {adj}  :: dynamite (attributive)
dinamitardo {n}  :: dynamiter
dinamite {n}  :: dynamite
dinamitificio {n}  :: dynamite factory
dinamizzare {vt}  :: to dynamize
dinamizzato {adj}  :: dynamized
dinamizzazione {n}  :: dynamization
dinamo {f}  :: dynamo
dinamoelettrico {adj}  :: dynamoelectric
dinamogetto {n}  :: ramjet
dinamometrico {adj}  :: dynamometric
dinamometro {n}  :: Any device for measuring force
dinamometro {n}  :: dynamometer
dinanzi {adv}  :: at the front; in front
dinanzi {adv}  :: forward, onward, on
dinanzi {prep}  :: before
dinanzi {prep}  :: in front of
dinanzi {prep}  :: opposite
dinaro {n}  :: dinar
di nascosto {adv}  :: secretly, in secret, covertly, on the sly, stealthily, like a thief in the night
dinasta {n}  :: dynast
dinastia {n}  :: dynasty, house
dinasticamente {adv}  :: dynastically
dinastico {adj}  :: dynastic
dindi {m} [informal]  :: money
dindirindina {n}  :: Only used in the term per dindirindina
dindo {n}  :: turkey
dinegazione {n}  :: alternative form of denegazione
dingo {n}  :: dingo
diniego {n}  :: denial, refusal
dinitrofenilidrazina {n} [organic compound]  :: dinitrophenylhydrazine
dinitrofenilidrazone {n} [organic compound]  :: dinitrophenylhydrazone
dinnanzi {adv}  :: Variant of dinanzi
Dino {prop}  :: A pet-form of Edoardo
dinoccare {v}  :: to dislocate
dinoccare {v}  :: to sprain
dinoccolare {v}  :: to dislocate
dinoccolare {v}  :: to sprain
dinoccolatamente {adv}  :: in a shambling manner
dinoccolatamente {adv}  :: lankily
dinoccolato {adj}  :: shambling, lanky
dinocerate {n}  :: dinoceratan
di norma {adv}  :: usually, as a rule
dinosauro {n}  :: dinosaur
di notte {adj}  :: night (attributive)
di notte {adv}  :: at night
di notte {adv}  :: by night
di notte tutti i gatti sono bigi {proverb}  :: all cats are grey in the dark
di notte tutti i gatti sono grigi {proverb}  :: Variant of di notte tutti i gatti sono bigi
dintorno {adv}  :: round, around, about, round about
dintorno {n} [chiefly, in the plural]  :: outskirts
dintorno {n}  :: vicinity, neighbourhood
di nulla {interj}  :: you're welcome, don't mention it, no problem
di nuovo {adv}  :: again, anew
di nuovo {interj}  :: goodbye
dio {n}  :: god
Dio {prop}  :: God
diocesano {adj}  :: diocesan
diocesi {f}  :: diocese
Diocleziano {prop}  :: Diocletian
diodo {n} [physics, electronics]  :: diode
diofanteo {adj} [mathematics]  :: diophantine
diofantino {adj} [mathematics]  :: diophantine
Diofanto {prop}  :: Diophantus
Diogene {prop}  :: Diogenes
dioico {adj} [botany]  :: dioicus
diolo {n} [organic chemistry]  :: diol
Diomede {prop}  :: Diomedes
dionea {n}  :: Venus flytrap (of genus Dionaea)
Dionigi {prop}  :: Dennis
Dionigi {prop}  :: Dionysius
Dionisia {prop}  :: female given name, feminine form of Dionisio, equivalent to English Denise
dionisiaco {adj}  :: Dionysian
Dionisio {prop}  :: male given name, cognate to English Dionysius and Dennis
dionisismo {n}  :: Dionysism
Dioniso {prop} [Greek mythology]  :: Dionysus
diorama {n} [arts]  :: diorama
diorite {n} [geology]  :: diorite
Dioscoride {prop}  :: Dioscorides
dioscuro {n}  :: Either of the twins Castor and Pollux
dioscuro {n}  :: (especially in plural) An inseparable couple
diossido {n}  :: dioxide
diossido di azoto {m} [inorganic compound]  :: nitrogen dioxide
diossido di carbonio {m} [inorganic compound]  :: carbon dioxide
diossido di zolfo {n}  :: sulfur dioxide
diossina {n} [organic chemistry]  :: dioxin
diottra {n}  :: diopter
diottria {n} [physics]  :: dioptre / diopter
diottrica {n}  :: dioptrics
diottrico {adj}  :: dioptric
dipanare {vt}  :: To unravel or disentangle
dipanarsi {vr}  :: To unravel
dipanatura {n}  :: winding (up)
dipartimentale {adj}  :: departmental
dipartimento {n}  :: department, district
dipartir {v}  :: apocopic form of dipartire
dipartire {vi}  :: to leave or depart
dipartire {vt}  :: to divide or separate
dipartirsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of dipartire
dipartirsi {vr}  :: to branch off
dipartirsi {vr}  :: to depart, go away
dipartirsi {vr}  :: to die, pass away
dipartirsi {vr}  :: to stray, wander
dipartita {n}  :: death
dipartita {n}  :: departure
dipendente {adj}  :: subordinate
dipendente {n}  :: employee
dipendente {n}  :: subordinate clause
dipendentemente {adv}  :: subordinately
dipendenza {n}  :: dependency, dependence
dipendere {vi} [grammar]  :: to depend (on)
dipendere {vi}  :: to be dependent on, to depend on, to rely on
dipendere {vi}  :: to be under the authority of, to come under, to come under the control of, to be employed by
dipendere {vi}  :: to depend (on something), to be up to (someone), to hang (on), to come from, to be due to
dipeptide {n} [organic chemistry]  :: dipeptide
di persona {adv}  :: personally, oneself
dipietrismo {n}  :: An action or policy of Antonio Di Pietro
dipietrista {f}  :: A follower of Antonio Di Pietro, or an advocate of his policies
dipingere {vt}  :: to describe or depict
dipingere {vt}  :: to paint or colour
dipingersi {vr}  :: reflexive form of dipingere
dipingersi {vr}  :: to appear, show [as the emotions show on one's face]
dipingersi {vr}  :: to make oneself up
dipinto {adj}  :: painted
dipinto {n}  :: a picture or painting
dipintore {n}  :: painter
diplo- {prefix}  :: diplo-
diploblastico {adj} [embryology]  :: diploblastic
diplococco {n} [microbiology]  :: diplococcus
diplofonia {n} [music]  :: diplophonia
diploide {adj} [genetics]  :: diploid
diploidia {n} [genetics]  :: diploidy
diploma {n}  :: diploma
diplomare {vt}  :: To award or give a diploma to, to graduate
diplomarsi {vr}  :: To get or obtain a diploma, to graduate
diplomata {n}  :: The holder of a diploma (female)
diplomatica {n}  :: diplomat (female)
diplomatica {n}  :: diplomatics
diplomaticamente {adv}  :: diplomatically
diplomatico {adj}  :: diplomatic
diplomatico {adj} [figuratively]  :: tactful, diplomatic
diplomatico {n}  :: attaché
diplomatico {n}  :: diplomat
diplomato {adj}  :: qualified (especially as the result of a paper qualification)
diplomato {n}  :: The holder of a diploma
diplomazia {n}  :: diplomacy
diplomazia {n}  :: tact, diplomacy
diplomificio {n}  :: diploma mill
diplopia {n} [patholgoy]  :: diplopia
dipnoi {n}  :: lungfish
dipo {n}  :: jerboa
di poco {adv}  :: by a few days
di poco {adv}  :: slightly, just, by a small margin, by a little
dipodia {n}  :: dipody
dipolare {adj}  :: dipolar
dipolo {n}  :: dipole
dipoplia {n}  :: double vision
diporre {vt}  :: Variant of deporre
diportismo {n} [nautical]  :: yachting (sailing for pleasure)
diportista {n}  :: yachtsman
diportista {n}  :: yachtswoman
diporto {n}  :: pleasure, enjoyment
di preferenza {adv}  :: preferably, mostly, rather, sooner, more willingly
dipresso {n}  :: Only used in the term a un dipresso
di prima {adj}  :: previous, former
di proposito {adv}  :: on purpose, designedly, deliberately
dipsia {n}  :: thirst
dipsomane {n}  :: dipsomaniac
dipsomania {n}  :: dipsomania
diptero {adj}  :: dipteral
di punto in bianco {adv}  :: abruptly, suddenly
di punto in bianco {adv}  :: cold turkey
di quando in quando {adv}  :: sometimes, at times
dir {v}  :: apocopic form of dire
diradamento {n}  :: clearing
diradamento {n}  :: reduction
diradamento {n}  :: thinning out, thinning
diradare {vt}  :: To disperse, to dissipate; to scatter, to clear
diradare {vt}  :: To reduce
diradare {vt}  :: To thin out
diradarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of diradare
diradarsi {v}  :: to become less frequent
diradarsi {v}  :: to thin out, clear, disperse, scatter
di rado {adv}  :: seldom, rarely, not frequently
diramare {vt}  :: To broadcast
diramare {vt}  :: To issue, to put out, to release
diramare {vt}  :: To prune or lop a tree
diramarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of diramare
diramarsi {vr}  :: to branch, branch out, radiate
diramatore {n}  :: issuer
diramatore {n}  :: pruner
diramatrice {n}  :: issuer (female)
diramatrice {n}  :: pruner (female)
diramatura {n}  :: pruning or lopping of a tree
diramazione {n}  :: circulation (of a notice etc)
diramazione {n}  :: fork, branch, offshoot or spur
diramazione {n}  :: issuing (of an order etc)
dire {vit}  :: to admit
dire {vit}  :: to mean
dire {vit}  :: to recite
dire {vit}  :: to say, tell
dire {vit}  :: to think
di recente {adv}  :: recently, lately, of late
direggere {vt} [obsolete]  :: Variant of reggere or dirigere
direpzione {n} [obsolete]  :: plunder, robbery
direttamente {adv}  :: directly
direttamente {adv}  :: personally
direttamente {adv}  :: straight, direct
direttissima {n}  :: Most direct route
direttissimo {adj}  :: Most direct
direttissimo {n}  :: through train (express, or non-stop)
direttiva {n}  :: directive, instruction
direttività {f} [physics]  :: directivity
direttivo {adj}  :: directorial
diretto {adj}  :: addressed, intended
diretto {adj}  :: direct, straight, immediate
diretto {adj}  :: on one's way, going to, bound for
diretto {adj}  :: turned, facing, -ward
diretto {adv}  :: direct, straight
diretto {n} [boxing]  :: straight
diretto {n}  :: through train
direttora {n}  :: Variant of direttrice
direttore {n}  :: manager, director
direttore {n} [of a newspaper etc.]  :: editor
direttore {n} [of an orchestra]  :: conductor
direttore {n} [of a prison]  :: governor, warden
direttore {n} [of a school]  :: headmaster, head, principal, master, warden
direttore d'orchestra {m} [music]  :: conductor (of an orchestra)
direttore sportivo {m}  :: directeur sportif
direttoriale {adj}  :: directorial
direttorio {n}  :: board of directors
direttrice {n}  :: director (female)
direttrice {n}  :: manageress
direzionabile {adj}  :: adjustable
direzionale {adj}  :: directional
direzionalità {f}  :: directionality
direzionamento {n}  :: direction, routing
direzionare {vt}  :: To point in a particular direction
direzionarsi {vr}  :: To point in a particular direction
direzione {n}  :: administrative department, manager's office
direzione {n}  :: direction, management, supervision, leadership, control
direzione {n}  :: direction, way, course
direzione {n} [music]  :: conduction
dirigente {adj}  :: leading, ruling
dirigente {adj}  :: managerial, executive
dirigente {n}  :: leader
dirigente {n}  :: manager, executive
dirigenza {n}  :: leadership (of a political party)
dirigenza {n}  :: management (of a firm)
dirigenziale {adj}  :: managerial
dirigere {vt}  :: to address (a letter etc)
dirigere {vt}  :: to conduct (an orchestra)
dirigere {vt}  :: to lead
dirigere {vt}  :: to run, manage or direct
dirigersi {vr}  :: reflexive form of dirigere
dirigersi {vr}  :: to set out, go towards, make for, head for
dirigersi {vr}  :: to turn to
dirigibile {adj}  :: steerable
dirigibile {n}  :: airship, dirigible
dirigibilista {f}  :: airship pilot or crewmember
dirigismo {n}  :: dirigisme
dirigista {adj}  :: dirigiste, dirigist
dirigista {n}  :: dirigist
dirigistico {adj}  :: dirigiste, dirigist
dirimere {vt}  :: to cut short
dirimere {vt}  :: to sort out
dirimpettaia {n}  :: A female neighbour living in the opposite house
dirimpettaio {n}  :: A neighbour living in the opposite house
dirimpetto {adj}  :: opposite
dirimpetto {adv}  :: opposite
dirimpetto {prep}  :: opposite
dirittamente {adv}  :: directly
diritti dell'uomo {n}  :: human rights
diritti umani {n}  :: human rights
diritto {adj} [knitting]  :: plain, knit
diritto {adj}  :: right, right-hand
diritto {adj}  :: straight, direct
diritto {adj}  :: upright, erect, straight
diritto {adv}  :: straight
diritto {n}  :: forehand
diritto {n} [knitting]  :: plain stitch, knit stitch
diritto {n}  :: law
diritto {n}  :: right
diritto {n}  :: right side
diritto {n} [tennis]  :: forehand
diritto di nascita {m}  :: birthright
dirittura {n}  :: rectitude
dirittura {n}  :: straight (road)
dirizzone {n}  :: Only used in the term prendere un dirizzone
diroccamento {n}  :: demolition
diroccamento {n}  :: dismantlement
diroccare {vt}  :: To demolish, dismantle or raze
diroccato {adj}  :: ruined
dirompente {adj}  :: disruptive
dirompente {adj}  :: explosive
dirompenza {n}  :: disruptiveness
dirompere {vi}  :: To erupt (uses essere)
dirompere {vt}  :: To break or wear out
dirottamente {adv}  :: copiously, abundantly
dirottamente {adv}  :: heavily (raining)
dirottamente {adv}  :: uncontrollably (crying)
dirottamento {n}  :: hijack, hijacking
dirottare {vi}  :: To change course
dirottare {vt}  :: To divert
dirottare {vt}  :: To hijack or commandeer
dirottatore {n}  :: hijacker
dirotto {adj}  :: burst
dirotto {adj}  :: diverted
dirozzamento {n}  :: polishing, refining
dirozzamento {n}  :: rough-hewing
dirozzare {vt}  :: To refine or polish
dirozzare {vt}  :: To rough-hew
dirozzarsi {vr}  :: To become more refined, to improve one's manners
dirsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of dire
dirsi {vr}  :: to call oneself
dirsi {vr}  :: to say to oneself, to each other
di ruolo {adj} [of tenure etc]  :: permanent
dirupare {vi}  :: To fall headlong
dirupato {adj}  :: steep, precipitous
dirupo {n}  :: cliff, crag, precipice
diruto {adj}  :: ruined
diruttore {n}  :: spoiler (aerofoil)
dis- {prefix}  :: dis-
disabile {adj}  :: disabled, handicapped
disabile {n}  :: A disabled or handicapped person
disabilità {f}  :: disability
disabilitare {vt}  :: To disable
disabilitato {adj}  :: disabled
disabilitazione {n}  :: disabling (of a function)
disabitato {adj}  :: uninhabited
disabituare {vt}  :: To render unaccustomed, wean or make unused
disabituarsi {vr}  :: To lose a habit, to become unused, to give up
disaccaride {n} [biochemistry, organic chemistry]  :: disaccharide
disaccentare {vt} [music]  :: To remove the tonic accent from a note
disaccoppiamento {n}  :: uncoupling, decoupling
disaccoppiante {adj} [genetics]  :: mispaired
disaccoppiare {vt}  :: To uncouple or decouple
disaccordare {vt} [music]  :: To detune
disaccordarsi {vr} [music]  :: to be out of tune
disaccordarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of disaccordare
disaccordarsi {vr}  :: to clash [of colours]
disaccordo {n}  :: disagreement
disacerbare {vt} [literary]  :: To mitigate or appease
disacerbarsi {vr} [literary]  :: To soften
disacetilato {adj}  :: deacetylated
disacidamento {n}  :: deacidification
disacidare {vt}  :: To deacidify
disacidazione {n}  :: deacidification
disacidificare {vt}  :: To deacidify
disacidificazione {n}  :: deacidification
disacidire {vt}  :: To deacidify
disadattamento {n}  :: maladjustment
disadattata {n}  :: maladjusted woman; misfit (female)
disadattato {adj}  :: maladjusted
disadattato {n}  :: A maladjusted person; a misfit
disadatto {adj}  :: unsuitable, unfit, ill-suited
disadorno {adj}  :: unadorned, bare, plain
disaerare {vt}  :: To deaerate
disaeratore {n}  :: deaerator
disaerazione {n}  :: deaeration
disaffezionare {vt}  :: to estrange or alienate (from)
disaffezionare {vt}  :: to make indifferent (to)
disaffezionarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of disaffezionare
disaffezionarsi {v}  :: to become estranged (from)
disaffezionarsi {v}  :: to lose ones affection or fondness (for)
disaffezionato {adj}  :: alienated (from)
disaffezionato {adj}  :: estranged
disaffezionato {adj}  :: indifferent (to)
disaffezione {n}  :: estrangement, alienation, disaffection
disagevole {adj}  :: difficult
disagevole {adj}  :: uncomfortable
disagevolmente {adv}  :: uncomfortably
disagevolmente {adv}  :: with difficulty
disaggio {n}  :: discomfort
disaggio {n}  :: embarrassment
disaggio {n}  :: inconvenience
disaggio {n}  :: uneasiness
disaggregare {vt}  :: To disaggregate
disaggregarsi {vr}  :: To disaggregate
disaggregazione {n}  :: disaggregation
disagiatamente {adv}  :: poorly
disagiatamente {adv}  :: uncomfortably
disagiato {adj}  :: comfortless
disagiato {adj}  :: poor, straitened, needy
disagio {n}  :: embarrassment, awkwardness, unease
disagio {n}  :: inconvenience, trouble
disagio {n}  :: (plural) hardships, poverty
disagio {n}  :: (usually mental rather than physical) discomfort
disagioso {adj}  :: uncomfortable
disalberare {v} [nautical]  :: to dismast
disallineamento {n}  :: misalignment
disallineare {v}  :: to misalign
disamabile {adj}  :: unlovable
disamare {vt}  :: To cease loving
disamare {vt}  :: To unlove
disambientato {adj}  :: out of place
disambigua {n}  :: disambiguation
disambiguare {vt}  :: To disambiguate
disambiguarsi {vr}  :: To become disambiguated (to acquire a unique meaning)
disambiguato {adj}  :: disambiguated
disambiguazione {n}  :: disambiguation
disamenità {f} [rare]  :: unpleasantness
disameno {adj} [rare]  :: unpleasant
disamina {n}  :: careful scrutiny
disaminare {vt}  :: To examine carefully
disammirazione {n} [obsolete]  :: scorn, contempt
disamorare {vt}  :: To make someone fall out of love or be indifferent to someone
disamorarsi {vr}  :: To fall out of love or become indifferent to someone
disamoratamente {adv}  :: indifferently
disamorato {adj}  :: estranged (from)
disamorato {adj}  :: indifferent (to)
disamore {n}  :: estrangement
disamore {n}  :: indifference
disancoramento {n}  :: delinking
disancorare {vt} [economics]  :: to free a currency from a gold standard or untie it from the currency of another country
disancorare {vt} [nautical]  :: to raise the anchor and make preparations for the start of a voyage
disancorare {vt}  :: to delink
disanimare {vt} [literary]  :: To discourage
disanimarsi {vr} [literary]  :: To get discouraged
disappannamento {n}  :: demisting (of a window etc)
disappannare {vt}  :: To demist
disappetenza {n}  :: lack of appetite
disapplicare {vt} [legal]  :: To fail to apply an existing law, rule, regulation etc
disapplicazione {n} [legal]  :: nonapplication
disapprendere {vt}  :: to forget what one has learnt
disapprovare {vt}  :: To disapprove (of)
disapprovazione {n}  :: disapproval
disappunto {n}  :: annoyance
disappunto {n}  :: disappointment
disappunto {n}  :: rebuke
disarcionare {vt}  :: To unhorse
disarmante {adj}  :: disarming
disarmare {vi} [military]  :: to disarm
disarmare {vt} [nautical]  :: to cripple [a ship]
disarmare {vt}  :: to disarm, dismantle
disarmato {adj}  :: disarmed
disarmato {adj}  :: helpless, defenceless
disarmato {adj}  :: unarmed
disarmo {n}  :: disarmament
disarmonia {n}  :: disharmony
disarmonicamente {adv}  :: discordantly
disarmonico {adj}  :: disharmonious
disarticolare {vt}  :: To dislocate
disarticolatamente {adv}  :: disjointedly
disarticolato {adj}  :: dislocated, disjointed
disarticolazione {n}  :: disarticulation
disarticolazione {n}  :: disruption
disartria {n} [diseases]  :: dysarthria (speech defect)
disascondere {vt}  :: To disclose
disassamento {n}  :: misalignment
disassato {adj}  :: misaligned (out of alignment)
disassemblare {vt}  :: To disassemble
disassimilazione {n} [biochemistry]  :: disassimilation, catabolism
disassortito {adj}  :: assorted, odd
disassortito {adj}  :: broken up (of a collection)
disassuefare {vt}  :: Variant of disabituare
disassuefarsi {vr}  :: Variant of disabituarsi
disassuefazione {n}  :: withdrawal
disastrare {vt}  :: To devastate or ravage
disastrato {adj}  :: devastated
disastrato {n}  :: victim (of a disaster)
disastro {n}  :: disaster
disastro naturale {m}  :: natural disaster
disastrosamente {adv}  :: disastrously, direly
disastroso {adj}  :: disastrous
disatomizzare {vt}  :: to denuclearize
disatomizzato {adj}  :: denuclearized, nuclear-free
disatomizzazione {n}  :: denuclearization
disattendere {vt}  :: Not to observe normal practices, follow orders, or take advice
disattentamente {adv}  :: inattentively
disattento {adj}  :: inattentive
disattenzione {n}  :: carelessness
disattenzione {n}  :: inattention, negligence, neglect
disattivare {vt}  :: To deactivate, to defuse, to disable
disattivato {adj}  :: deactivated
disattivato {adj}  :: disarmed (of a bomb etc)
disattivato {adj}  :: disconnected
disattivazione {n}  :: deactivating, deactivation
disattrezzare {vt} [nautical]  :: To strip or unrig (a ship)
disavanzo {n}  :: deficit (economic)
disavvedutamente {adv}  :: carelessly, not carefully
disavvedutezza {n}  :: heedlessness, carelessness
disavveduto {adj}  :: careless, heedless
disavventura {n}  :: misadventure, mishap, accident
disavvertenza {n}  :: carelessness, heedlessness, negligence, thoughtlessness
disavvezzare {vt}  :: to disaccustom
disavvezzare {vt}  :: to make someone stop
disavvezzare {vt}  :: to wean (from)
disavvezzarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of disavvezzare
disavvezzarsi {v}  :: to give up (lose a habit)
disavvezzo {adj}  :: disaccustomed
disavvezzo {adj}  :: unaccustomed
di sbieco {adv}  :: aslant, askew, sidelong, obliquely
disborso {n}  :: disbursement, outlay
disboscamento {n}  :: deforestation
disboscare {vt}  :: To deforest
disbrigare {vt}  :: To dispatch, settle or get through
disbrigarsi {vr} [literary]  :: To get rid of
disbrigo {n}  :: dealing (with)
disbrigo {n}  :: handling
discacciare {vt} [literary]  :: To expel or chase away
discadere {vi} [obsolete]  :: To decline or go down
discalculia {n}  :: dyscalculia
discale {adj} [anatomy]  :: disk (attributive)
discantare {vt} [music]  :: To compose or execute a descant
discantista {f}  :: descanter (descant singer)
discanto {n} [music]  :: descant
discapitare {vi}  :: To lose; to suffer loss
discapito {n}  :: detriment, damage
discarica {n}  :: landfill, dump, tip
discaricare {vt}  :: to unburden
discaricare {vt}  :: to unload
discarico {n}  :: dumping, tipping
discarico {n}  :: unloading
discatore {n} [Switzerland]  :: ice hockey player
discendente {adj}  :: descending
discendente {n}  :: descendant
discendente {n}  :: offshoot
discendente {n}  :: spin-off
discendenza {n} [chiefly, in the plural]  :: descendant
discendenza {n}  :: descent, lineage
discendere {vt} [from a vehicle]  :: to get off, get out
discendere {vt}  :: to descend, get down, slope down
discendere {vt}  :: to fall, drop
discendere {vt}  :: to follow, proceed
discenderia {n}  :: winze (inclined mineshaft)
discensionale {adj}  :: descensional
discente {n}  :: learner
discepola {n}  :: disciple (female)
discepola {n}  :: follower (female)
discepola {n}  :: pupil (female)
discepolato {n}  :: discipleship
discepolo {n}  :: disciple
discepolo {n}  :: follower
discepolo {n}  :: pupil
discernere {vt}  :: To discern or make out
discernere {vt}  :: To distinguish or discriminate between
discernibile {adj}  :: discernible
discernibilmente {adv}  :: discernibly
discernimento {n}  :: discernment
discesa {n}  :: descent, slope
discesa {n}  :: fall, drop
discesa {n}  :: (sky) downhill
discesismo {n}  :: downhill racing
discesista {n} [cycle racing]  :: descender
discesista {n} [skiing]  :: downhill skier
discettare {vi}  :: To discuss or debate
discettazione {n}  :: dissertation, examination
discettazione {n} [obsolete]  :: dispute, contest
disceverare {v}  :: To separate, distinguish
dischetto {n} [computing]  :: floppy disk, floppy
dischetto {n} [Football (Soccer)]  :: penalty spot
dischetto {n}  :: small disc
dischezia {n}  :: dyschezia
dischiedere {vt} [obsolete]  :: to not ask (for)
dischiedere {vt} [obsolete]  :: to not request
dischiudere {vt}  :: to disclose, reveal
dischiudere {vt}  :: to open
discinesia {n} [pathology]  :: dyskinesia
discingere {vt}  :: to unfasten from a belt etc (literary usage)
discinto {adj} [of a person]  :: Partly undressed
discinto {adj} [of clothing]  :: undone or open to show what's underneath
disciogliere {vt}  :: to dissolve
disciogliere {vt}  :: to let down (the hair)
disciogliere {vt}  :: to melt
disciogliere {vt}  :: to untie, unfasten, loosen
disciogliersi {vr}  :: reflexive form of disciogliere
disciogliersi {v}  :: to dissolve, melt
discioglimento {n}  :: dissolving
discioglimento {n}  :: melting
discioglimento {n}  :: thawing
disciplina {n}  :: discipline (all meanings)
disciplina {n}  :: order
disciplina {n} [sports]  :: discipline, sport (type of)
disciplina {n}  :: subject (in school)
disciplinabile {adj}  :: disciplinable
disciplinabilità {f}  :: The property of being disciplinable
disciplinante {adj}  :: governing, regulating
disciplinare {adj}  :: disciplinary
disciplinare {v}  :: to discipline
disciplinare {v}  :: to regulate
disciplinarmente {adv}  :: disciplinarily
disciplinatamente {adv}  :: In a disciplined or orderly manner
disciplinato {adj}  :: disciplined
disco {n} [anatomy]  :: disc
disco {n}  :: disc, disk
discobar {m}  :: A discotheque with bar
discobolo {n}  :: discus thrower
disco di accrescimento {m} [astronomy]  :: accretion disc / accretion disk
discofilo {n}  :: record collector
disco fisso {n}  :: hard disk
discografia {n} [music]  :: discography
discografia {n} [music]  :: record industry
discografico {adj} [music]  :: record (attributive)
discografico {n} [music]  :: A person working in the record industry or a label owner
discoidale {adj}  :: discoid
discoide {adj}  :: disc-shaped; discoid
disco intervertebrale {m} [anatomy]  :: intervertebral disc
discolibro {m}  :: A book sold with an accompanying record (or, more lately, a CD)
discolo {adj}  :: undisciplined, unruly
discolo {n}  :: rascal
discolorare {vt}  :: To discolour
discolorarsi {vr}  :: To discolour
discolorazione {n}  :: discolouration
discolpa {n}  :: defence, excuse
discolpare {vt}  :: To prove someone's innocence; to clear
discolparsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of discolpare
discolparsi {vr}  :: to excuse oneself
discolparsi {vr}  :: to prove one's innocence
discolpazione {n} [obsolete]  :: disculpation, defence, excuse
discommettere {vt}  :: to break up or decompose
discommettere {vt}  :: to disconnect
discommettere {vt}  :: to unpick the fibres of a rope
discomodità {f} [obsolete]  :: inconvenient
discomodo {adj} [obsolete]  :: inconvenient
discompagnabile {adj}  :: separable
discompagnare {vt}  :: To separate
discomporre {vt} [obsolete]  :: Variant of scomporre
disconcludere {vt}  :: To prevent the conclusion of something
disconfiggere {vt}  :: Variation of sconfiggere
discongiungere {vt} [obsolete]  :: Variant of disgiungere
disconnessione {n}  :: disconnection
disconnettere {vt}  :: to disconnect
disconnettersi {vr}  :: reflexive form of disconnettere
disconnettersi {vr}  :: to disconnect [especially from a computer network]
disconoscere {vt}  :: to disown
disconoscere {vt}  :: to ignore, disregard
disconoscimento {n} [legal]  :: disclaimer
discontinuamente {adv}  :: discontinuously
discontinuamente {adv}  :: unevenly, patchily
discontinuità {n}  :: A break, a change
discontinuità {n}  :: fitfulness, irregularity, discontinuity
discontinuo {adj}  :: broken, discontinuous
discontinuo {adj}  :: uneven, patchy, ragged, inconstant, desultory
discontrollo {n}  :: dyscontrol
disconvenire {vi}  :: to conflict
disconvenire {vi}  :: to disagree
disco orario {m}  :: parking disk
discopatia {n} [pathology]  :: disease of an intervertebral disk; discopathy
discoprire {vt}  :: to discover or invent
discopub {m}  :: A pub that also functions as a discotheque
discordante {adj}  :: conflicting, clashing
discordante {adj}  :: discordant
discordanza {n}  :: discordance, dissonance
discordanza {n} [music]  :: discord
discordare {vt}  :: to clash, conflict (with)
discordare {vt}  :: to dissent
discorde {adj}  :: discordant, conflicting, disagreeing
discordemente {adv}  :: discordantly
discordia {n}  :: discord, dissension
discoria {n}  :: dyscoria
disco rigido {n}  :: hard disk
discorrere {vi}  :: To talk or chat (about)
discorsetto {n}  :: A reproach or telling-off (often used ironically)
discorsivamente {adv}  :: conversationally
discorsività {f}  :: conversational character or quality
discorsivo {adj}  :: conversational
discorso {n}  :: (language) speech
discorso {n}  :: speech, address, discourse
discorso {n}  :: subject, matter
discorso {n}  :: talk, conversation
discoscendere {vi} [obsolete]  :: Variant of scoscendere
discostare {vt}  :: To move away
discostarsi {vr}  :: To move away (from); To diverge
discosto {adj}  :: distant, remote
discosto {adv}  :: At a distance
discoteca {n}  :: A club, a disco, a discotheque
discoteca {n}  :: A record library
discotecaro {n}  :: A person who frequents discos
discount {m}  :: discount store
disco volante {m}  :: flying saucer
discrasia {n}  :: disequilibrium, disfunction, chaos
discrasia {n} [pathology]  :: dyscrasia
discredibile {adj}  :: unbelievable
discreditare {vt}  :: To discredit
discreditarsi {vr}  :: To be discredited
discredito {n}  :: discredit, disrepute
discrepante {adj}  :: discrepant, diverging
discrepanza {n}  :: discrepancy, mismatch
discrepare {vi}  :: To dissent or disagree
discrescere {vi} [obsolete]  :: Variant of decrescere
discretamente {adv}  :: discreetly
discretamente {adv}  :: reasonably
discretezza {n}  :: discretion
discretezza {n}  :: moderation
discretissimo {adj}  :: Very discreet
discretizzazione {n}  :: discretization
discreto {adj}  :: discreet
discreto {adj}  :: discrete
discreto {adj}  :: low-key
discreto {adj}  :: reasonable
discrezionale {adj}  :: discretionary
discrezionalità {f}  :: discretion (a discretionary power)
discrezionalmente {adv}  :: At discretion, discretionarily
discrezione {n}  :: discretion (all senses)
discriminabile {adj}  :: discriminable
discriminante {adj}  :: decisive
discriminante {adj}  :: discriminating
discriminante {adj}  :: extenuating
discriminante {n} [legal]  :: extenuating circumstance
discriminare {vt}  :: To discriminate
discriminatore {n}  :: discriminator
discriminatorio {adj}  :: discriminatory
discriminatrice {n}  :: discriminator (female)
discriminazione {n}  :: discrimination (all senses)
discrimine {n}  :: distinction, separation
discriver {v}  :: apocopic form of discrivere
discrivere {vt} [obsolete]  :: Variant of descrivere
discromatopsia {n}  :: dichromatism, Daltonism
discromatoptico {adj}  :: dichromatic (having Daltonism)
discromia {n} [pathology]  :: dyscromia
discucire {vt}  :: To unstitch, unpick or undo (needlework etc)
discussione {n}  :: argument
discussione {n}  :: discussion
discussione {n}  :: quarrel
discusso {adj}  :: controversial
discutere {vi}  :: to argue
discutere {vt}  :: to discuss, debate or question
discutibile {adj}  :: questionable, debatable, that may be criticized, doubtful, dubious
discutibilissimo {adj}  :: Very questionable
discutibilità {f}  :: questionableness
discutibilmente {adv}  :: questionably
disdegnare {vt}  :: To disdain, contemn or scorn
disdegno {n}  :: disdain, contempt, scorn
disdegnosamente {adv}  :: disdainfully
disdegnoso {adj}  :: disdainful, scornful
Disdero {prop} [rare]  :: An Italian surname, used mainly in west Italy Piedmont
disdetta {n}  :: bad luck
disdetta {n}  :: cancellation
disdetta {n}  :: retraction
disdettare {vt}  :: to cancel
disdettare {vt}  :: to give notice
disdicevole {adj}  :: improper
disdicevole {adj}  :: unseemly
disdicevolmente {adv}  :: improperly
disdicevolmente {adv}  :: in vain (in a disrespectful manner, especially when concerning religion)
disdicevolmente {adv}  :: unseemly
disdire {vt}  :: To cancel (a booking or contract etc)
disdoro {n}  :: discredit, disgrace, disrepute
diseccare {vt}  :: To desiccate or dry up (Variant of: disseccare)
diseccitare {vt} [physics]  :: To disexcite, deexcite
diseccitazione {n} [physics]  :: disexcitation
diseconomia {n}  :: diseconomy
diseconomicità {f}  :: inefficiency
diseconomico {adj}  :: uneconomical, inefficient
diseducare {vt}  :: to bring up badly
diseducare {vt}  :: to educate badly
diseducare {vt}  :: to have a bad effect on
diseducativo {adj}  :: That has a negative effect on the education of children
diseducazione {n}  :: Bad upbringing
disegnare {vt}  :: to design, style
disegnare {vt}  :: to draw, outline, trace
disegnatore {n}  :: cartoonist
disegnatore {n}  :: designer
disegnatore {n}  :: draughtsman, draftsman
disegnatore {n}  :: drawer, artist
disegnatrice {n}  :: cartoonist (female)
disegnatrice {n}  :: designer (female)
disegnatrice {n}  :: draughtsman, draftsman (female)
disegnatrice {n}  :: drawer, artist (female)
disegnazione {n}  :: designing
disegnazione {n}  :: drawing, tracing
disegno {n}  :: design, pattern
disegno {n}  :: drawing, cartoon
disegno {n}  :: intention, plan, design
diseguaglianza {n}  :: alternative spelling of disuguaglianza
diseguale {adj}  :: alternative spelling of disuguale
di seguito {adv}  :: uninterruptedly, consecutively, on end, in succession, in a row
disequazione {n} [mathematics]  :: inequality, inequation
disequilibrato {adj}  :: unbalanced
disequilibrio {n}  :: disequilibrium
diserbamento {n}  :: weeding
diserbante {adj}  :: herbicidal
diserbante {n}  :: herbicide, weedkiller
diserbare {vt}  :: To weed
diserbato {adj}  :: weeded
diserbatura {n}  :: weeding
diserbo {n}  :: weeding
diseredare {v}  :: to disinherit
diseredato {adj}  :: deprived
diseredato {adj}  :: disinherited
diseredato {n}  :: A disinherited or deprived person
diseredazione {n}  :: disinheritance
di serie {adj}  :: production (attributive), mass (attributive)
di serie {adj}  :: standard (not an option/optional)
disertare {vt}  :: to abandon, leave
disertare {vt}  :: to desert
disertazione {n}  :: dissertation
disertore {n}  :: deserter
diserzione {n}  :: desertion
disetaneo {adj}  :: Of different ages
disfacibile {adj}  :: decomposable
disfacibile {adj}  :: undoable
disfacimento {n}  :: decay
disfacimento {n}  :: decline
disfagia {n} [medicine]  :: dysphagia
disfare {vt}  :: to destroy, smash
disfare {vt}  :: to take to pieces
disfare {vt}  :: to undo, untie
disfare {vt}  :: to unpack
disfarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of disfare
disfarsi {v}  :: to come undone [of a knot, etc.]
disfarsi {v}  :: to fall to pieces
disfarsi {v}  :: to get rid of
disfarsi {v}  :: to melt [of snow and ice]
disfasia {n}  :: dysphasia
disfatta {n}  :: defeat, rout (military)
disfattibile {adj}  :: decomposable
disfattismo {n}  :: defeatism
disfattista {n}  :: A defeatist (female)
disfattista {n}  :: A defeatist (male)
disfatto {adj}  :: exhausted or worn out
disfatto {adj}  :: undone or untied
disfatto {adj}  :: unmade (of a bed)
disfavore {n}  :: disadvantage, damage
disfavore {n}  :: disfavour
disfazione {n} [obsolete]  :: destruction, ruin
disfazione {n} [obsolete]  :: dissolution, liquefaction
disferlina {n} [protein]  :: dysferlin
disfida {n}  :: challenge
disfidante {adj}  :: distrusting
disfinizione {n} [obsolete]  :: definition; resolution
disfonia {n} [medicine]  :: dysphonia
disforia {n} [psychiatry]  :: dysphoria
disformazione {n}  :: obsolete form of deformazione
disforme {adj}  :: dissimilar, different
disformità {f}  :: unlikeness, dissimilarity
disfunzionale {adj}  :: dysfunctional
disfunzione {n}  :: dysfunction, trouble, disorder, malfunction
disfunzione erettile {f} [pathology]  :: erectile dysfunction
disgagia {n} [pathology]  :: dysphagia
disgelare {vt}  :: To thaw
disgelarsi {vr}  :: To thaw
disgelo {n}  :: thaw
disgenesia {n} [pathology]  :: dysgenesis
disgeusia {n} [pathology]  :: dysgeusia
di sghembo {adv}  :: askew, sideways, askance
disgiungere {vt}  :: to separate
disgiungibile {adj}  :: separable
disgiuntamente {adv}  :: disjointedly
disgiuntamente {adv}  :: separately
disgiuntivo {adj} [grammar]  :: disjunctive
disgiunzione {n}  :: disjunction, separation
disgrafia {n}  :: dysgraphia
disgrazia {n}  :: accident, disaster
disgrazia {n}  :: disgrace (rare usage)
disgrazia {n}  :: misfortune, bad luck
disgraziata {n}  :: (female) rascal, rogue, scoundrel
disgraziata {n}  :: poor woman (all senses)
disgraziatamente {adv}  :: unfortunately
disgraziatissimo {adj}  :: superlative form of disgraziato
disgraziato {adj}  :: good-for-nothing
disgraziato {adj}  :: poor, wretched
disgraziato {adj}  :: unfortunate, unlucky
disgraziato {n}  :: Poor person (all senses)
disgraziato {n}  :: rascal, rogue, scoundrel
disgregabile {adj}  :: breakable, separable
disgregamento {n}  :: disintegration, breakup
disgregare {vt}  :: to break up, disintegrate
disgregarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of disgregare
disgregarsi {v}  :: to break up, disintegrate
disgregatore {adj}  :: disintegrating
disgregatore {n}  :: disintegrator
disgregazione {n}  :: breakup
disgregazione {n}  :: disintegration
disguido {n}  :: snag, hitch
disguido {n}  :: wrong delivery, miscarriage
disgustarsi {vr}  :: To become disgusted, to get disgusted
disgustato {adj}  :: disgusted, sick, nauseated
disgusto {n}  :: disgust
disgustosamente {adv}  :: disgustingly
disgustoso {adj}  :: disgusting, revolting, repellent
disiamilborano {n} [organic compound]  :: disiamylborane
disianza {n}  :: desire (emotion, or the thing desired)
di sicuro {adv}  :: surely, certainly, definitely, of course
disidentificare {v}  :: to disassociate (mentally, spiritually)
disidentificare {v}  :: to disidentify
disidentificarsi {v}  :: to disassociate oneself (through meditation etc)
disidentificazione {n}  :: disidentification
disidentificazione {n}  :: dissociation (mental, spiritual)
disidratante {adj}  :: dehydrating
disidratare {vt}  :: To dehydrate
disidratarsi {vr}  :: To dehydrate, to get dehydrated
disidratatore {n}  :: dehydrator
disidratazione {n}  :: dehydration
disillabico {adj}  :: disyllabic
disillabo {n}  :: disyllable
disilludere {vt}  :: To disillusion or disenchant
disilludersi {vr}  :: To be disillusioned or disenchanted
disillusa {n}  :: disillusioned or disenchanted woman
disillusione {n}  :: disillusion, disenchantment
disilluso {adj}  :: disillusioned, disenchanted
disilluso {n}  :: Such a person
disimballaggio {n}  :: unpacking
disimballare {vt}  :: To unpack
disimparare {vt}  :: To unlearn or forget
disimpegnare {vt}  :: To disengage
disimpegnare {vt}  :: To redeem
disimpegnare {vt}  :: To release, to relieve, to free
disimpegnarsi {vr}  :: To free or disengage oneself
disimpegnarsi {vr}  :: To manage or cope
disimpegno {n}  :: access room, mudroom, utility room
disimpegno {n}  :: disengagement
disimpiego {n}  :: unemployment
disimprimere {vt}  :: to forget
disincagliare {vt} [nautical]  :: To refloat
disincagliarsi {vr} [nautical]  :: To be refloated
disincantare {vt}  :: To disenchant
disincantato {adj}  :: disenchanted, disillusioned
disincentivare {vt}  :: to demotivate
disincentivare {vt}  :: to disincentivize
disincentivazione {n}  :: discouragement, disincentivization
disinclinazione {n}  :: disinclination
disincrostare {vt}  :: To scrape off
disincrostarsi {vr}  :: To scrape something (off) oneself
disincrostatore {adj}  :: descaling
disincrostatore {n}  :: scaler (tool for removing scale etc)
disincrostatore {n}  :: scraper
disincrostazione {n}  :: descaling
disindustrializzare {vt}  :: to deindustrialize
disindustrializzazione {n}  :: deindustrialization
disinfestante {adj}  :: disinfesting
disinfestante {n}  :: pesticide
disinfestare {vt}  :: To disinfest
disinfestatore {n}  :: exterminator (of insects etc)
disinfestatrice {n}  :: (female) exterminator (of insects etc)
disinfestazione {n}  :: disinfection
disinfettante {adj}  :: disinfectant
disinfettante {n}  :: disinfectant
disinfettare {vt}  :: To disinfect
disinfezione {n}  :: disinfection
disinflazionare {vt} [economics]  :: To disinflate
disinflazione {n} [economics]  :: disinflation
disinflazionistico {adj}  :: disinflationary
disinformare {vt}  :: to misinform
disinformato {adj}  :: misinformed
disinformato {adj}  :: uninformed
disinformazione {n}  :: misinformation, disinformation
disingannare {vt}  :: To disillusion
disingannarsi {vr}  :: To get disillusioned
disinganno {n}  :: disappointment
disinganno {n}  :: disillusionment
disingranare {vt} [automotive]  :: to put a car gear into neutral
disingranare {vt}  :: to disengage
disinibire {vt}  :: To disinhibit or uninhibit
disinibirsi {vr}  :: To become uninhibited
disinibito {adj}  :: uninhibited
disinibizione {n}  :: disinhibition
disinnamorare {vt}  :: To estrange
disinnamorarsi {vr}  :: To fall out of love
disinnescare {vt}  :: To defuse
disinnesco {n}  :: defusing
disinnestare {vt}  :: To disengage (the gears of a car)
disinquinamento {n}  :: cleaning up, cleanup
disinquinare {vt}  :: To depollute or clean up (pollution)
disinserimento {n}  :: disconnection
disinserire {vt}  :: To disconnect
disinserzione {n}  :: disconnection, unplugging
disinsettazione {n}  :: disinsectization
disinstallabile {adj}  :: uninstallable
disinstallare {vt} [computing]  :: to uninstall
disinstallazione {n} [computing]  :: uninstallation
disintasare {vt}  :: To unblock or clear
disintegrare {vt}  :: To disintegrate
disintegrarsi {vr}  :: To disintegrate
disintegratore {n}  :: disintegrator (machine used for crushing, chopping wood etc)
disintegrazione {n}  :: disintegration
disintendere {vt}  :: To take no interest in
disinteressamento {n}  :: lack or loss of interest (in)
disinteressamento {n}  :: unconcern (for)
disinteressante {adj}  :: uninterested
disinteressare {vt}  :: To make someone lose interest in something
disinteressarsi {vr}  :: To lose interest or to take no interest (in something)
disinteressatamente {adv}  :: disinterestedly
disinteressato {adj}  :: disinterested
disinteresse {n}  :: disinterestedness, unselfishness
disinteresse {n}  :: disinterest, indifference
disintermediazione {n} [economics]  :: disintermediation
disintossicante {adj}  :: detoxifying
disintossicante {adj}  :: purifying
disintossicare {vt}  :: To detoxicate or detoxify (especially to treat someone for alcoholism or drug addiction)
disintossicarsi {vr}  :: To be detoxicated or detoxified (especially to be treated for alcoholism or drug addiction)
disintossicato {adj}  :: detoxicated, detoxified
disintossicazione {n}  :: detoxification, detoxication (especially treatment for alcoholism or drug addiction)
disinvestimento {n} [economics]  :: disinvestment
disinvestire {vt} [economics]  :: To disinvest
disinvolgere {vt}  :: Variant of svolgere
disinvoltamente {adv}  :: casually
disinvoltamente {adv}  :: shamelessly, boldly
disinvolto {adj}  :: casual, nonchalant, free and easy
disinvolto {adj}  :: confident
disinvoltura {n}  :: confidence
disinvoltura {n}  :: nonchalance, poise
disio {n}  :: Variant of desio
disioso {adj}  :: Variant of desioso
disistima {n}  :: lack of esteem, lack of respect
disistimare {vt}  :: to disesteem
dislalia {n}  :: dyslalia
disleale {adj}  :: disloyal
dislessia {n}  :: dyslexia
dislessica {n}  :: dyslectic, dyslexic (female)
dislessico {adj}  :: dyslectic, dyslexic
dislessico {n}  :: dyslectic, dyslexic
dislivello {n}  :: gap
dislivello {n}  :: height difference, elevation gain, drop, rise
dislocabile {adj} [military]  :: that may be stationed
dislocamento {n}  :: dislocation
dislocamento {n} [nautical]  :: displacement
dislocare {vt} [military]  :: to post, station, redeploy
dislocare {vt}  :: to displace, uproot
dislocato {adj}  :: displaced, uprooted
dislocato {adj}  :: posted, stationed, redeployed
dislocazione {n}  :: dislocation
dislocazione {n}  :: displacement
dislogazione {n} [obsolete]  :: dislocation
dismembrazione {n} [obsolete]  :: dismemberment
dismenorrea {n} [pathology]  :: dysmenorrhea
dismenorroico {adj}  :: dysmenorrhoeal, dysmenorrheal
dismetabolico {adj}  :: Caused by a metabolic disorder
dismetabolismo {n}  :: metabolic disorder
dismetria {n}  :: dysmetria
dismettere {vt}  :: to cast off (use no longer); to divest
dismettere {vt}  :: to stop, cease
dismissione {n}  :: cessation, interruption
dismisura {n}  :: excess
dismisurità {f} [obsolete]  :: excess
dismnesia {n}  :: dysmnesia
dismorfismo {n}  :: dysmorphism, dysmorphia
dismorfofobia {n}  :: dysmorphophobia
dismutasi {f}  :: dismutase (enzyme)
dismutazione {n} [chemistry]  :: dismutation
dismutazione {n} [mathematics]  :: derangement
disneiano {adj}  :: Disneyan; of or pertaining to Disney characters, movies, etc. (Variant of disneyano)
disneyano {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to Disney characters, movies, etc
disobbediente {adj}  :: disobedient
disobbedienza {n}  :: disobedience
disobbedienza {n}  :: naughtiness (childish)
disobbedienza {n}  :: noncompliance
disobbedire {vt}  :: Variant of disubbidire
disobbligare {vt}  :: To release or relieve
disobbligarsi {vr}  :: To return a favour
disobbligazione {n} [obsolete]  :: release, relief
disobbligo {n}  :: release, relief
disoccupata {n}  :: unemployed woman, jobless woman
disoccupato {adj}  :: unemployed, jobless, out of work
disoccupato {adj}  :: unoccupied, empty, vacant
disoccupato {n}  :: unemployed person, jobless person
disoccupazione {n}  :: unemployment, joblessness
disodio {m} [chemistry, especially in combination]  :: disodium
disodontiasi {f} [medicine]  :: dysodontiasis
disoleazione {n}  :: deoiling
disolfuro {n}  :: disulfide / disulphide
di solito {adv}  :: usually, as a rule, generally, habitually
disomogeneità {f}  :: inhomogeneity
disomogeneo {adj}  :: inhomogeneous, patchy
disonestà {f}  :: dishonesty
disonesta {n}  :: dishonest woman
disonestamente {adv}  :: dishonestly
disonestità {f}  :: Variant of disonestà
disonesto {adj}  :: dishonest
disonesto {n}  :: A dishonest person
disonorare {vt}  :: to disgrace
disonorare {vt}  :: to dishonour [all senses]
disonorarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of disonorare
disonorarsi {v}  :: to bring dishonour or disgrace upon oneself
disonorato {adj}  :: disgraced
disonorato {adj}  :: dishonoured
disonore {n}  :: disgrace
disonore {n}  :: dishonour
disonorevole {adj}  :: disgraceful
disonorevole {adj}  :: dishonourable
disonorevolmente {adv}  :: dishonourably, disgracefully, shamefully
di soppiatto {adv}  :: stealthily, on the sly, furtively
di sopra {adv}  :: above
di sopra {adv}  :: upstairs
disopra {adv}  :: alternative spelling of di sopra
di soprassalto {adv}  :: all of a sudden, suddenly
disordinare {vt}  :: to disarrange
disordinare {vt}  :: to throw into disorder
disordinatamente {adv}  :: untidily
disordinato {adj}  :: untidy, disorderly
disordinazione {n}  :: disordination
disordine {n}  :: disorder, untidiness, confusion, chaos, mess
disordine {n}  :: excess, intemperance
disordine {n}  :: riot, disorder, disturbance
disorganicamente {adv}  :: incoherently
disorganicamente {adv}  :: inconsistently
disorganicità {f}  :: incoherence
disorganico {adj}  :: disorganized
disorganico {adj}  :: incoherent
disorganico {adj}  :: inconsistent
disorganizzare {vt}  :: to disorganize
disorganizzatamente {adv}  :: in a disorganized or confused manner, chaotically
disorganizzato {adj}  :: disorganized, confused, chaotic
disorganizzazione {n}  :: disorganization
disorientamento {n}  :: disorientation
disorientante {adj}  :: disorientating, confusing
disorientare {vt}  :: To disorientate, bewilder, befuddle
disorientarsi {vr}  :: To be disorientated; to lose one's bearings
disorientato {adj}  :: disorientated
disormeggiare {vt} [nautical]  :: To unmoor
disormeggio {n} [nautical]  :: unmooring
disortografia {n}  :: dysorthography
disossamento {n}  :: boning (removal of bones)
disossare {vt}  :: to bone (remove bones)
disossidante {adj}  :: deoxidizing
disossidante {n}  :: deoxidizer
disossidare {vt} [chemistry]  :: To deoxidize
disossidazione {n}  :: deoxidation, deoxidizing
disostituito {adj} [chemistry]  :: disubstituted
disostosi {f}  :: dysostosis
disostruire {vt}  :: To unblock
disostruzione {n}  :: unblocking
di sottecchi {adv}  :: furtively, stealthily, secretly
di sottecchi {adv}  :: sidelong
disotterrare {vt}  :: Variant of dissotterrare
di sottinsù {adv}  :: From below
di sotto {adv}  :: downstairs
disotto {adv}  :: alternative spelling of di sotto
dispacciamento {n}  :: dispatching
dispaccio {n}  :: dispatch (communication)
disparatamente {adv}  :: disparately
disparato {adj}  :: disparate
dispareunia {n} [pathology]  :: dyspareunia
dispargere {v} [obsolete]  :: Variant of spargere
dispari {adj}  :: odd (of a number)
dispari {adj}  :: unequal
dispari {n}  :: odd number
disparire {vi}  :: Variant of sparire or scomparire
disparità {f}  :: difference (in)
disparità {f}  :: disparity (in)
disparità {f}  :: spread (of)
disparitario {adj}  :: unequal (not based upon parity or equality)
disparte {adv}  :: apart
dispegnere {v} [obsolete]  :: Variant of spegnere
dispendere {vt}  :: To spend or dissipate
dispendio {n}  :: expenditure
dispendio {n}  :: extravagance
dispendio {n}  :: waste
dispendiosamente {adv}  :: expensively
dispendioso {adj}  :: expensive
dispendioso {adj}  :: extravagant
dispensa {n}  :: distribution, handing out
dispensa {n}  :: exemption, dispensation (from)
dispensa {n}  :: instalment
dispensa {n}  :: larder, pantry
dispensa {n}  :: sideboard
dispensabile {adj}  :: dispensable
dispensare {v}  :: to dispense, to distribute
dispensare {v}  :: to dispense, to let off, to exempt
dispensario {n}  :: dispensary
dispensarsi {vr}  :: To dispense with (to go without)
dispensatore {n}  :: distributor, dispenser, bestower
dispensatrice {n}  :: (female) distributor, dispenser, bestower
dispensazione {n}  :: dispensation
dispensiera {n}  :: stewardess
dispensiere {n}  :: steward
dispepsia {n} [pathology]  :: dyspepsia
dispeptico {adj} [pathology]  :: dyspeptic
disperabile {adj} [literary]  :: hopeless, desperate
disperare {vi}  :: to despair, to give up hope
disperarsi {vr}  :: to despair, to be disconsolate
disperata {adj}  :: desperate, reckless
disperata {adj}  :: forlorn
disperatamente {adv}  :: desperately, hopelessly
disperatissimo {adj}  :: Very hopeless or desperate
disperato {adj}  :: hopeless, desperate, despairing
disperazione {n}  :: despair
disperdere {vt}  :: to scatter, disperse
disperdere {vt}  :: to waste, squander
disperdersi {vr}  :: reflexive form of disperdere
disperdersi {v}  :: to be wasted, lost
disperdersi {v}  :: to scatter, disperse
dispergere {vt}  :: to scatter, disperse
dispermia {n} [biology]  :: dispermy
dispermo {adj} [botany]  :: dispermous
dispersa {n}  :: missing woman, especially a soldier
dispersione {n} [chemistry, physics]  :: dispersion
dispersione {n}  :: leak
dispersione {n}  :: scattering, dispersal
dispersione {n}  :: waste
dispersivamente {adv}  :: disorganizedly
dispersivamente {adv}  :: dispersively
dispersività {f}  :: disorganization
dispersività {f}  :: dispersiveness
dispersivo {adj}  :: disorganized
dispersivo {adj}  :: dispersive
disperso {adj}  :: lost, missing
disperso {adj}  :: scattered, dispersed
disperso {n}  :: Missing person, especially a soldier
dispersore {n}  :: earth plate, ground plate
dispetto {adj}  :: scornful
dispetto {n}  :: a spiteful trick
dispetto {n}  :: vexation
dispettosamente {adv}  :: spitefully
dispettoso {adj}  :: spiteful, teasing, naughty
dispiacere {n}  :: disappointment
dispiacere {n}  :: grief
dispiacere {n}  :: regret, sorrow
dispiacere {n}  :: worry (especially in plural)
dispiacere {vi} [followed by {{term/t, it, a]  :: }} to upset, displease
dispiacere {vi}  :: to dislike
dispiacere {vi}  :: to mind
dispiacere {vi}  :: to regret
dispiacersi {vr}  :: reflexive form of dispiacere
dispiacersi {v}  :: to be sorry for; to regret
di spicco {adj}  :: prominent, outstanding
dispiegamento {n}  :: deployment
dispiegamento {n}  :: vista
dispiegare {vt}  :: to deploy
dispiegare {vt}  :: to stretch out
dispiegarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of dispiegare
dispiegarsi {v}  :: to be deployed
dispiegarsi {v}  :: to be stretched out
dispiegato {adj}  :: deployed
dispiegato {adj}  :: stretched out
dispingere {vt} [obsolete]  :: To rub out or erase a drawing etc
displasia {n} [pathology]  :: dysplasia
displasico {adj} [pathology]  :: dysplastic
displuviale {n} [geography]  :: watershed
displuvio {n} [geography]  :: watershed
displuvio {n}  :: ridge (of a roof)
dispnea {n} [medicine]  :: dyspnea
dispnoico {adj}  :: dyspneic, dyspnoeic
disponibile {adj}  :: available, disposable, at one's disposal, free
disponibile {adj}  :: helpful, ready to help
disponibile {adj}  :: vacant
disponibile {adj}  :: willing, disposed
disponibilità {n}  :: availability, supply
disponibilità {n} [chiefly, in the plural, economy]  :: available funds, current assets, cash
disponibilità {n}  :: helpfulness, willingness
disponiblità {f}  :: availability
disponiblità {f}  :: liquid assets {p}
disporre {vi}  :: to decide, to direct, to order, to provide, to arrange for
disporre {vi}  :: to have, to have at one's disposal, to command, to stock
disporre {vt}  :: to display
disporre {vt}  :: to place, to arrange, to range, to set out
disporre {vt}  :: to prepare, to make arrangements
disporsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of disporre
disporsi {vr}  :: to arrange oneself, place oneself, put out oneself
disporsi {vr}  :: to prepare, get ready
disportazione {n} [obsolete]  :: transport
dispositivo {adj} [legal]  :: dispositive
dispositivo {n}  :: appliance, device, equipment
dispositivo {n}  :: purview (legal)
dispositivo intrauterino {m}  :: intrauterine device
disposizion {f}  :: apocopic form of disposizione
disposizione {n}  :: disposal
disposizione {n}  :: disposition, arrangement, placing
disposizione {n}  :: mood
disposizione {n}  :: (natural) gift, (natural) bent
disposizione {n}  :: order, direction, instruction, regulation, provision
dispostissimo {adj}  :: Very willing
disposto {adj}  :: ready, prepared, willing, inclined, disposed, open
disposto {n} [legal]  :: provisions
dispoticamente {adv}  :: despotically
dispoticamente {adv}  :: tyrannically
dispotico {adj}  :: despotic
dispotico {adj}  :: tyrannical, overbearing
dispotismo {n}  :: despotism
dispregiabile {adj}  :: contemptible, despicable
dispregiare {vt}  :: to despise, to scorn
dispregiativamente {adv}  :: disparagingly
dispregiativamente {adv}  :: pejoratively
dispregiativo {adj}  :: disparaging
dispregiativo {adj}  :: pejorative
dispregiatore {adj}  :: despising
dispregiatore {n}  :: despiser
dispregiatrice {n}  :: despiser (female)
dispregio {n}  :: contempt, scorn, disparagement
disprezzabile {adj}  :: contemptible, despicable
disprezzare {vt}  :: to despise, to scorn to contemn, to disdain
disprezzarsi {vr}  :: To despise each other
disprezzarsi {vr}  :: To despise oneself
disprezzo {n}  :: contempt
disprezzo {n}  :: scorn
dispromettere {vt}  :: To renege or go back on a promise or commitment
disproporzionamento {n}  :: disproportionation
disproporzionare {vt}  :: To disproportionate
disproporzione {n}  :: disproportion
disprosia {n} [inorganic compound]  :: dysprosia
disprosio {n}  :: dysprosium
disputa {n}  :: argument, quarrel
disputa {n}  :: discussion, dispute, debate, disputation
disputabile {adj}  :: disputable, questionable, controvertible
disputabilità {f}  :: disputability, disputableness, questionableness
disputare {vi}  :: To compete, to contend
disputare {vi}  :: To dispute, to discuss, to argue
disputare {vt}  :: (sports) To take part in, to play
disputare {vt}  :: To dispute, to contest, to fight
disputarsi {vr}  :: To dispute, contend or fight over
disputarsi {vr}  :: To play, compete or take part
disputazione {n}  :: disputation
disputazione {n}  :: dissertation
disqualificare {vt}  :: To disqualify
disqualificazione {n}  :: disqualification
disquisire {vi}  :: To discourse
disquisitore {n}  :: disquisitor
disquisizione {n}  :: dissertation, disquisition
disritmia {n}  :: dysrhythmia
disrompere {vt} [obsolete]  :: Variant of rompere
disrupzione {n}  :: disruptive electric discharge (when a charge is too big for an insulator)
disruttivo {adj}  :: disruptive
disruttore {n}  :: spoiler (on aircraft etc)
disruzione {n}  :: disruption, interruption
dissabbiatore {n} [architecture]  :: sand trap
dissacrante {adj}  :: That desecrates
dissacrare {vt}  :: To desecrate
dissacrato {adj}  :: desecrated
dissacratore {adj}  :: desecrating
dissacratore {adj}  :: irreverent
dissacratorio {adj}  :: desecrating
dissacratorio {adj}  :: irreverent, profaning
dissacrazione {n}  :: desecration
dissalamento {n}  :: desalination
dissalare {v}  :: to desalinize
dissalatore {n}  :: desalinator
dissalazione {n}  :: desalination
dissaldare {vt}  :: To unsolder
dissaldatura {n}  :: unsoldering
dissanguamento {n}  :: loss of blood
dissanguare {vt}  :: to bleed white
dissanguare {vt}  :: to suck dry
dissanguarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of dissanguare
dissanguarsi {vr}  :: to be bled white; to bleed copiously
dissanguarsi {vr}  :: to be sucked dry; to be ruined
dissanguato {adj}  :: bled white
dissanguato {adj}  :: sucked dry
dissapore {n}  :: minor disagreement
dissecare {vt}  :: To dissect
dissecazione {n}  :: dissection
disseccamento {n}  :: desiccation, drying up
disseccare {vt}  :: to desiccate
disseccare {vt}  :: to dry (up)
disseccarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of disseccare
disseccarsi {v}  :: to become desiccated
disseccarsi {v}  :: to dry up
disseccativo {adj}  :: desiccative
disseccato {adj}  :: desiccated
disseccato {adj}  :: dried up
disseccazione {n}  :: desiccation
disselciare {vt}  :: To remove a pavement
dissellare {vt}  :: To unsaddle
disseminare {vt}  :: to scatter, spread, disseminate
disseminato {adj}  :: scattered, spread, disseminated
disseminazione {n}  :: spreading, scattering, dissemination
dissennatamente {adv}  :: foolishly
dissennatamente {adv}  :: unwisely
dissennatezza {n}  :: madness, craziness
dissennato {adj}  :: foolish (person)
dissennato {adj}  :: senseless (idea)
dissennato {adj}  :: stupid
dissennatore {n}  :: dementor
dissennatrice {n}  :: dementor (female)
dissenso {n}  :: dissent
dissentaneità {f} [literary]  :: dissimilarity
dissentaneo {adj} [literary]  :: dissimilar
dissenteria {n} [disease]  :: dysentery
dissenterico {adj}  :: dysenteric
dissentire {vi}  :: To dissent or disagree
dissenziente {adj}  :: dissenting
dissenziente {n}  :: dissenter
disseparazione {n}  :: separation
disseppellimento {n}  :: disinterment
disseppellimento {n}  :: exhumation
disseppellimento {n}  :: unearthing
disseppellire {vt}  :: To dig up or unearth
disseppellire {vt}  :: To disinter or exhume
dissequestrare {vt} [legal]  :: To release from seizure
dissequestro {n}  :: release from seizure
disserrare {vt}  :: To unlock or open
dissertare {vi}  :: to discourse
dissertativo {adj}  :: disquisitive, dissertational
dissertatore {n}  :: dissertator
dissertatorio {adj}  :: dissertational
dissertazione {n}  :: dissertation, disquisition, discourse
disservizio {n}  :: disservice, ill turn
disservizio {n}  :: inefficiency, malfunction, inconvenience
dissestare {vt}  :: To upset or disturb
dissestato {adj}  :: shaky
dissestato {adj}  :: uneven
dissesto {n}  :: difficulty,instability, trouble
dissesto {n}  :: disorder
dissetante {adj}  :: refreshing, quenching (thirst)
dissetare {vt} [figuratively]  :: To satisfy
dissetare {vt}  :: To refresh, to quench someone's thirst
dissetarsi {vr}  :: To refresh, to quench one's thirst, to drink, to water
dissettore {n} [surgery]  :: dissector
dissezionare {vt}  :: To dissect
dissezione {n}  :: dissection
dissidente {n}  :: dissident
dissidenza {n}  :: dissidence
dissidio {n}  :: disagreement
dissidio {n}  :: quarrel, dispute, dissension
dissigillare {vt}  :: to break the seal of
dissigillare {vt}  :: to unseal
dissimiglianza {n}  :: Variant of dissomiglianza
dissimilare {adj} [rare]  :: dissimilar
dissimilarità {f}  :: dissimilarity
dissimilazione {n}  :: dissimilation
dissimile {adj}  :: different (from)
dissimile {adj}  :: dissimilar (to)
dissimilmente {adv}  :: differently (from)
dissimilmente {adv}  :: dissimilarly (to)
dissimmetria {n}  :: asymmetry
dissimmetrico {adj}  :: dissymmetric
dissimulabile {adj}  :: That can be hidden; concealable.
dissimulare {vi}  :: To dissemble
dissimulare {vt}  :: To alter or disguise the appearance of (something) so as to conceal its true nature
dissimulare {vt}  :: To hide or conceal
dissimulatore {n}  :: dissembler
dissimulazione {n}  :: dissimulation, dissembling, simulation
dissipabile {adj}  :: dispellable; able to be dispelled
dissipabile {adj}  :: dispersible; able to be dispersed
dissipare {vt}  :: to dispel
dissipare {vt}  :: to disperse
dissipare {vt}  :: to waste, squander
dissiparsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of dissipare
dissiparsi {v}  :: to clear, lift [fog, etc.]
dissiparsi {v}  :: to disperse
dissiparsi {v}  :: to vanish, disappear
dissipatamente {adv}  :: dissolutely
dissipatezza {n}  :: dissipation
dissipativo {adj}  :: dissipative
dissipato {adj}  :: dissipated
dissipato {adj}  :: dissolute
dissipatore {n}  :: garbage disposal
dissipatore {n}  :: heat sink
dissipatore {n}  :: kinetic impact shock absorber (mountaineering/climbing)
dissipatore {n}  :: squanderer, spendthrift
dissipazione {n}  :: dissipation
dissociabile {adj}  :: dissociable, separable
dissociabilità {f}  :: The property of being dissociable; separability
dissociale {adj}  :: dissocial
dissocialità {f}  :: Property of being dissocial
dissociare {vt}  :: To dissociate
dissociarsi {vr}  :: To dissociate oneself
dissociata {n}  :: A female terrorist who has distanced herself from terrorism
dissociata {n}  :: Woman who suffers from dissociation
dissociativo {adj}  :: dissociative
dissociato {adj}  :: dissociated
dissociato {n}  :: A terrorist who has distanced himself from terrorism
dissociato {n}  :: One who suffers from dissociation
dissociazione {n}  :: dissociation (all senses)
dissodabile {adj}  :: tillable
dissodamento {n}  :: tillage (of the soil)
dissodare {vt}  :: To till or break up (the soil)
dissolto {adj}  :: dispersed
dissolto {adj}  :: dissolved
dissolubile {adj}  :: dissoluble
dissolubilità {f}  :: dissolubility
dissoluta {n}  :: dissolute woman, (female) debauchee
dissolutamente {adv}  :: dissolutely, licentiously
dissolutezza {n}  :: dissoluteness
dissolutezza {n}  :: licentiousness
dissolutivo {adj}  :: divisive
dissoluto {adj}  :: dissolute, depraved, debauched
dissoluto {n}  :: dissolute person, debauchee
dissoluzione {n}  :: dissolution
dissolvenza {n}  :: dissolve (cinematic technique)
dissolvere {vt}  :: to disperse or dispel
dissolvere {vt}  :: to dissolve
dissolversi {vr}  :: reflexive form of dissolvere
dissolversi {v}  :: to dissolve, disperse
dissolvimento {n}  :: dissolution
dissomigliante {adj}  :: different from
dissomigliante {adj}  :: dissimilar (to)
dissomiglianza {n}  :: A lack of resemblance, likeness or similarity
dissomigliare {vt}  :: To differ (be unlike)
dissonante {adj}  :: discordant, clashing
dissonante {adj}  :: dissonant
dissonanza {n}  :: dissonance, clash, conflict
dissonanza {n} [misic]  :: dissonance, discord
dissotterramento {n}  :: disinterment
dissotterrare {vt}  :: to dig up, unearth [physical remains]
dissotterrare {vt}  :: to disinter, exhume [a body]
dissotterrare {vt}  :: to resurrect [an argument, etc.]
dissuadere {vt}  :: to dissuade
dissuasione {n}  :: dissuasion
dissuasivamente {adv}  :: dissuasively
dissuasivo {adj}  :: dissuasive
dissuasore {n}  :: dissuader
dissueto {adj}  :: unaccustomed
dissuetudine {n}  :: disuse
dissuggellamento {n}  :: unsealing (opening by breaking a seal)
dissuggellare {vt}  :: To unseal
distaccabile {adj}  :: detachable
distaccamento {n}  :: detachment (military)
distaccante {n} [legal]  :: An employer who temporarily allows an employee to work for another
distaccante {n}  :: release agent
distaccare {vt}  :: to outdistance [in a race]
distaccare {vt}  :: to remove, detach, take off
distaccare {vt}  :: to second (from)
distaccare {vt}  :: to separate (from)
distaccare {vt}  :: to take away (from)
distaccarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of distaccare
distaccarsi {v}  :: to detach oneself, come out, come off, come away
distaccarsi {v}  :: to stand out
distaccarsi {v}  :: to withdraw, become detached, estrange
distaccatamente {adv}  :: in a detached manner
distaccatario {n} [legal]  :: An employer who temporarily employs an employee of another
distaccato {adj}  :: detached
distacco {n}  :: detaching
distacco {n}  :: detachment (all senses)
distacco {n}  :: parting
distale {adj} [anatomy]  :: distal
distalmente {adv}  :: distally
distante {adj}  :: distant (space or time)
distante {adv}  :: far away
distantissimo {adj}  :: Very distant
distanza {n}  :: distance, interval
distanziamento {n}  :: outdistancing, outstripping
distanziamento {n}  :: separation (of aircraft)
distanziare {vt}  :: To outdistance, to distance, to outstrip
distanziare {vt}  :: To space, to space out
distanziarsi {vr}  :: To move aside
distanziarsi {vr}  :: To move away, to leave
distanziatore {n}  :: spacer
distanziazione {n}  :: distancing
distanziometro {n}  :: diastimeter
distare {vi}  :: to be distant (from)
distare {vi}  :: to be far (from)
distendere {vt}  :: to extend
distendere {vt}  :: to hang out [washing]
distendere {vt}  :: to relax [a muscle, etc.]
distendere {vt}  :: to spread [a tablecloth, etc.]
distendere {vt}  :: to stretch out [a limb, etc.]
distendersi {vr}  :: reflexive form of distendere
distendersi {v}  :: to lie down, stretch out
distendersi {v}  :: to relax
distendibile {adj}  :: stretchable, spreadable, unfoldable
distenditrice {n}  :: A machine which produces a continuous ribbon of combed fibres, used in the spinning of hemp, flax and silk waste
distensione {n}  :: détente
distensione {n}  :: relaxation
distensione {n}  :: stretching, distension
distensivo {adj}  :: conciliatory
distensivo {adj}  :: relaxing
disterminazione {n}  :: extermination
distesa {n}  :: expanse
distesa {n}  :: stretch
distesamente {adv}  :: at length
distesamente {adv}  :: in detail
disteso {adj}  :: relaxed
disteso {adj}  :: stretched out
distico {adj} [botany]  :: distichous
distico {n}  :: distich, couplet (rhyming)
distillabile {adj}  :: distillable
distillare {vt}  :: to distil
distillato {adj}  :: distilled
distillato {n}  :: distillate
distillatoio {n}  :: still
distillatore {adj}  :: distilling
distillatore {n}  :: distiller
distillatorio {adj}  :: distillatory; distillation (attributive)
distillatrice {n}  :: distiller (female)
distillazione {n}  :: distillation
distilleria {n}  :: distillery
distilo {adj} [architecture]  :: distyle
distilo {adj} [botany]  :: distylous
distinguere {vt}  :: to distinguish, discern, discriminate
distinguere {vt}  :: to mark, indicate
distinguersi {vr}  :: reflexive form of distinguere
distinguersi {v}  :: to be conspicuous, be distinguishable from others
distinguersi {v}  :: to distinguish oneself
distinguibile {adj}  :: distinguishable
distinguibilmente {adv}  :: distinguishably
distinta {n}  :: note (commercial)
distintamente {adv}  :: distinctly
distintamente {adv}  :: separately
distintivo {adj}  :: distinctive, distinguishing
distintivo {n}  :: A distinguishing mark
distinto {adj}  :: clear
distinto {adj}  :: different, distinct
distinto {adj}  :: distinguished, refined
distinzione {n}  :: discrimination (all senses)
distinzione {n}  :: distinction (all senses)
distinzione {n}  :: honour
distinzione {n}  :: refinement
distiroidismo {n} [pathology]  :: dysthyroidism
distocia {n}  :: dystocia
distocico {adj}  :: dystocial
distogliere {vt}  :: to dissuade, deter
distogliere {vt}  :: to distract, divert
distogliere {vt}  :: to remove, take away
distogliersi {vr}  :: reflexive form of distogliere
distogliersi {v}  :: to distract or divert one's attention
distoma {n}  :: liver fluke
distonia {n}  :: dystonia
distonico {adj}  :: dystonic
distopia {n}  :: dystopia
distopia {n} [medicine]  :: malposition
distopico {adj}  :: dystopic
distorcere {vt}  :: To twist or distort
distorcersi {vr}  :: To sprain or twist (an ankle etc)
distorsione {n}  :: distortion
distorsione {n}  :: sprain
distorsione {n}  :: warp
distorsivo {adj}  :: distorting, distortion (attributive), distortive
distorsore {n} [music]  :: fuzz box, or similar device used to distort the sound of an electric guitar
distorto {adj}  :: distorted
di straforo {adv}  :: furtively, on the sly
distraibile {adj}  :: distractible
distraibilità {f}  :: distractibility
distrarre {vt}  :: to amuse
distrarre {vt}  :: to distract, divert
distrarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of distrarre
distrarsi {v}  :: to be distracted, lose attention
distrattamente {adv}  :: absentmindedly
distrattissimo {adj}  :: Very absent-minded
distrattissimo {adj}  :: Very inattentive
distratto {adj}  :: absent-minded, forgetful
distratto {adj}  :: distracted, inattentive
distrazione {n}  :: absentmindedness
distrazione {n}  :: distraction, amusement
distrazione {n}  :: oversight
distretto {n}  :: district, precinct, area, zone
distretto {n} [military]  :: recruiting office
distrettuale {adj}  :: district (attribute)
distribuibile {adj}  :: distributable
distribuire {v}  :: to allocate or assign
distribuire {v}  :: to arrange
distribuire {v}  :: to deal cards
distribuire {v}  :: to deliver post
distribuire {v}  :: to deploy troops
distribuire {v}  :: to distribute
distribuire {v}  :: to share out
distribuirsi {vr}  :: To be distributed
distribuito {adj}  :: distributed
distributività {f} [mathematics]  :: distributivity
distributivo {adj}  :: distributive
distributore {n}  :: dispenser
distributore {n}  :: distributor (all other senses)
distributore {n}  :: distributor (person)
distributore {n}  :: petrol station, gas station
distributore di benzina {m}  :: petrol station, gas station
distributrice {n}  :: distributor (female)
distribuzionale {adj}  :: distributional
distribuzione {n}  :: allocation, assignment
distribuzione {n}  :: arrangement
distribuzione {n}  :: delivery
distribuzione {n}  :: deployment
distribuzione {n}  :: distribution (all senses)
districabile {adj}  :: extricable
districare {vt}  :: To sort out, to get out of, to extricate
districare {vt}  :: To unravel, to disentangle, to untangle, to comb out
districarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of districare
districarsi {v}  :: to unravel, get out of
distrigare {v}  :: alternative spelling of districare
distrigarsi {v}  :: alternative spelling of districarsi
distringere {vt}  :: To grip etc with force
distrofia {n} [pathology]  :: dystrophy
distrofia muscolare {f} [disease]  :: muscular dystrophy
distrofico {adj}  :: dystrophic
distrugger {v}  :: apocopic form of distruggere
distruggere {vt}  :: To destroy, wipe out or ruin
distruggersi {vr}  :: reflexive form of distruggere
distruggersi {vr}  :: to be in a bad state or condition, or in bad health
distruggersi {vr}  :: to destroy oneself; to ruin oneself
distruggibile {adj}  :: destructible (Variant of: distruttibile)
distruggidocumenti {m}  :: shredder (for paper)
distruttibile {adj}  :: destructible
distruttibilità {f}  :: destructibility
distruttivamente {adv}  :: destructively
distruttività {f}  :: destructiveness
distruttivo {adj}  :: destructive
distrutto {adj}  :: distraught (emotional)
distrutto {adj}  :: tired, stuffed
distruttore {adj}  :: destructive
distruttore {n}  :: destroyer
distruttrice {n}  :: destroyer (female)
distruzione {n}  :: destruction
disturbabile {adj}  :: That can be disturbed or upset
disturbare {vt} [telephone]  :: to interfere, jam
disturbare {vt}  :: to disturb, bother, trouble, inconvenience
disturbare {vt}  :: to upset, disrupt
disturbarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of disturbare
disturbarsi {v}  :: to trouble, bother
disturbatore {n}  :: disturber
disturbatore {n}  :: troublemaker
disturbo {n} [telephone]  :: disturbance, interference, noise
disturbo {n}  :: trouble, bother, inconvenience
disubbidiente {adj}  :: disobedient
disubbidienza {n}  :: disobedience
disubbidire {vt}  :: To disobey
disuggellamento {n}  :: alternative form of dissuggellamento
disuguaglianza {n}  :: disparity, inequality
disuguaglianza {n} [mathematics]  :: inequality
disuguale {adj}  :: different
disuguale {adj}  :: unequal
disuguale {adj}  :: uneven, irregular
disugualità {f}  :: disparity, inequality
disugualmente {adv}  :: differently
disugualmente {adv}  :: unequally
disugualmente {adv}  :: unevenly, irregularly
disumanamente {adv}  :: inhumanly
disumanare {vt}  :: To dehumanize
disumanarsi {vr}  :: To become dehumanized
disumanato {adj}  :: dehumanized
disumanità {f}  :: inhumanity
disumanitario {adj}  :: dehumanizing
disumanizzare {vt}  :: to dehumanize
disumanizzarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of disumanizzare
disumanizzarsi {vr}  :: to become dehumanized
disumanizzato {adj}  :: dehumanized
disumanizzazione {n}  :: dehumanization
disumano {adj}  :: inhuman
disumazione {n}  :: disinterment, exhumation
disunibile {adj}  :: divisible
disunione {n}  :: discord
disunione {n}  :: disunion
disunire {vt}  :: To disunite, disjoin or break up
disunirsi {vr}  :: To become disunited or divided
disunità {f}  :: disunity, unevenness
disunitamente {adv}  :: separately, disjointedly
disunito {adj}  :: disunited, divided, disjointed
disuria {n} [pathology]  :: dysuria
disusare {vt}  :: To cease to use
disuso {n}  :: disuse
disutile {adj}  :: useless
disutilità {f}  :: uselessness, disutility
disvalere {vi} [obsolete]  :: to be harmful, dangerous
disvalere {vi} [obsolete]  :: to diminish in value
disvalore {n}  :: loss of value
disvalore {n}  :: negative value
disvedere {vt} [obsolete]  :: to ignore
disvelamento {n}  :: explanation
disvelamento {n}  :: revelation, disclosure
disvelare {vt}  :: To disclose or reveal
disvelatore {adj}  :: disclosing, revealing
disvestito {adj}  :: undressed
disviabile {adj}  :: That can be diverted
disviare {vt}  :: To lead astray
disviarsi {vr}  :: To go astray
disvolere {n}  :: A change of mind
disvolere {v}  :: to cease to want something
disvolere {v}  :: to refuse
disvolgere {vt}  :: Variant of svolgere
ditale {n}  :: cot
ditale {n}  :: fingerstall
ditale {n}  :: thimble
ditalino {n} [chiefly, in the plural]  :: short pasta ring with ribbed sides
ditalino {n}  :: diminutive form of ditale
ditalino {n} [slang]  :: finger fucking, fingering
di tanto in tanto {adv}  :: occasionally, sometimes, now and then, every now and then, from time to time
ditata {n}  :: finger mark, fingerprint
ditata {n}  :: poke (with a finger)
diteggiare {vit} [or, music]  :: to finger
diteggiatura {n} [music]  :: fingering
ditetragonale {adj}  :: ditetragonal
ditionato {n} [inorganic chemistry]  :: dithionate
ditionico {adj}  :: dithionic
ditionito {n} [inorganic chemistry]  :: dithionite
ditirambico {adj}  :: dithyrambic
ditirambo {n}  :: dithyramb
ditizone {n} [organic compound]  :: dithizone
dito {n} [anatomy]  :: A digit:
dito grosso {m}  :: thumb
ditola {n}  :: club fungus, coral fungus, clavaroid fungus
dito medio {m} [anatomy]  :: middle finger, tall man
dito mignolo {m} [anatomy]  :: little finger, pinkie
dito mignolo {m} [anatomy]  :: little toe
ditone {n}  :: big finger
ditone {n} [familiar]  :: big toe, hallux
ditono {n} [music]  :: ditone
di traverso {adv}  :: across, obliquely, askew
di traverso {adv}  :: sideways, sidelong, crookedly
ditrigonale {adj}  :: ditrigonal
ditta {n}  :: firm, company, concern, house
dittafono {n}  :: dictaphone
dittamo {n}  :: fraxinella, burning bush, dittany
dittatore {n}  :: dictator, despot, tyrant
dittatorello {n}  :: dictator (especially a dictatorial politician etc.)
dittatoriale {adj}  :: dictatorial
dittatorialmente {adv}  :: dictatorially
dittatoriamente {adv}  :: dictatorially
dittatorio {adj}  :: dictatorial
dittatura {n}  :: dictatorship
dittero {adj}  :: dipteral
dittero {n}  :: dipteran
dittico {n} [arts]  :: diptych
dittologia {n}  :: dittology
dittongare {vt}  :: To diphthongize
dittongato {adj}  :: diphthongal
dittongazione {n}  :: diphthongization
dittongo {n}  :: diphthong
diuranato {n} [inorganic chemistry]  :: diuranate
diuresi {f} [medicine]  :: diuresis
diuretico {adj}  :: diuretic
diuretico {n}  :: diuretic
diurnamente {adv}  :: diurnally
diurno {adj}  :: diurnal
diurno {n}  :: diurnal (canonical book)
diurno {n}  :: public baths and conveniences
diuturnamente {adv}  :: diuturnally
diuturnità {f} [literary]  :: diuturnity
diuturno {adj} [literary]  :: diuturnal, durable, long-lasting
diva {n}  :: A goddess, female deity
diva {n}  :: A star (female, especially a singer or actress)
divagare {vi}  :: To stray or wander
divagarsi {vr}  :: To amuse oneself
divagazione {n}  :: digression
divampare {vi}  :: To flare up or break out
divanetto {n}  :: Small sofa
divano {n}  :: sofa, divan, settee
divano-letto {m}  :: day bed, sofa bed (sofa/couch that transforms into a bed)
divariare {vi}  :: To be different, to differ
divariazione {n}  :: difference, gap
divaricabile {adj}  :: opening, openable
divaricamento {n}  :: opening (out)
divaricamento {n}  :: stretching (apart)
divaricare {vt}  :: to open (wide)
divaricare {vt}  :: to splay
divaricatore {n} [surgery]  :: retractor
divaricazione {n}  :: divarication
divaricazione {n}  :: divergence (of opinion etc)
divaricazione {n}  :: spur
divario {n}  :: gap
di vecchio stampo {adj}  :: Of the old school, old-fashioned, out-of-date, outmoded
divedere {v}  :: to give to understand
divedere {v}  :: to lead to believe
Divedro {prop}  :: Simplon (valley)
divellere {vi}  :: To eradicate, to extirpate
divellere {vi}  :: To uproot or to pull up
divenir {v}  :: apocopic form of divenire
divenire {m}  :: becoming
divenire {vi}  :: to become
diventar {v}  :: apocopic form of diventare
diventare {vi}  :: to become
diventare {vi}  :: to grow
diverbio {n}  :: dispute, quarrel
divergente {adj}  :: divergent
divergenza {n}  :: difference
divergenza {n}  :: divergence
divergere {vi}  :: to diverge
Diveria {prop}  :: An Alpine river that flows from Switzerland into Italy
diversamente {adv}  :: in a different way, differently, otherwise
diversamente abile {adj}  :: differently able
diversamente abile {mf}  :: A differently able person
diversi {pron}  :: several
diversificare {vt}  :: to vary, to diversify
diversificazione {n}  :: diversification
diversione {n}  :: deflection, detour, deviation, diversion
diversissimo {adj}  :: Very different
diversità {f}  :: difference
diversità {f}  :: variety, diversity
diversivo {adj}  :: distracting
diversivo {adj}  :: diversionary
diversivo {n}  :: distraction
diversivo {n}  :: diversion
diverso {adj}  :: different, diverse
diverso {adj}  :: (plural) several
diverso {n} [euphemistic]  :: homosexual, gay
divertente {adj}  :: funny, amusing, entertaining, fun
divertente {adj}  :: whimsical, playful
divertentemente {adv}  :: funnily, amusingly, entertainingly
divertentissimo {adj}  :: Very funny, very amusing, very fun
diverticolare {adj} [anatomy]  :: diverticular
diverticolite {n} [pathology]  :: diverticulitis
diverticolo {n} [pathology]  :: diverticulum
diverticolosi {f} [pathology]  :: diverticulosis
divertimento {n}  :: divertimento, divertissement
divertimento {n}  :: fun, amusement, entertainment, distraction
divertire {v}  :: to amuse, to entertain
divertirsi {vr}  :: To enjoy oneself, to have fun, to have a good time
divertito {adj}  :: amused
divetta {n}  :: starlet (cinema)
divezzamento {n}  :: alternative form of svezzamento
divezzare {v}  :: alternative form of svezzare
dividendo {n}  :: dividend
dividere {vt}  :: to divide
dividere {vt}  :: to share
dividersi {vr}  :: to divide or split up (into)
dividersi {vr}  :: to fork
dividersi {vr}  :: to separate or part
dividuità {f}  :: divisibility
dividuo {adj}  :: divisible
divieto {n}  :: prohibition, forbiddance, proscription
divin {adj}  :: apocopic form of divino
divinamente {adv}  :: divinely
divinamente {adv}  :: extremely
divinamento {n}  :: divination
divinare {vt}  :: to divine
divinatore {adj}  :: divining
divinatore {n}  :: diviner
divinatorio {adj}  :: divining, divinatory
divinazione {n}  :: divination
divincolabile {adj}  :: That can be twisted
divincolamento {n}  :: wriggling
divincolare {vt}  :: To wriggle
divincolarsi {vr}  :: To wriggle or writhe
divincolazione {n}  :: wriggling
divincolio {n}  :: twisting and turning; wriggling, writhing
divinilbenzene {n} [organic compound]  :: divinylbenzene
divinità {f}  :: divinity
divinità {f}  :: godhead
divinità {f}  :: godhood
divinizzare {vt}  :: to deify
divinizzazione {n}  :: deification
divino {adj}  :: divine
divino {adj}  :: heavenly
divisa {n}  :: badge, emblem, token
divisa {n}  :: currency
divisa {n}  :: uniform
divisibile {adj}  :: divisible
divisibilità {f}  :: divisibility
divisibilmente {adv}  :: divisibly
divisionale {adj}  :: divisional
divisione {n}  :: division (all senses)
divisionismo {n} [arts]  :: divisionism, pointillism
divisionista {adj} [arts]  :: divisionist, pointillist
divisionista {f} [arts]  :: divisionist, pointillist
divisionistico {adj} [arts]  :: divisionist, pointillist
divismo {n}  :: exhibitionism
divismo {n}  :: playing to the crowd
diviso {adj}  :: divided
divisore {n} [mathematics]  :: divisor
divisore {n}  :: partition, divider
divisorio {adj}  :: dividing
divisorio {adj}  :: partitioning
divisorio {n}  :: partition, divider
divistico {adj}  :: star (attributive), movie star (attributive), prima donna (attributive)
divo {n} [poetic]  :: god
divo {n}  :: star (performer)
divolgere {vt} [obsolete]  :: variant of volgere
divolgo {v}  :: alternative form of divulgo
divorare {vt}  :: To devour, to eat up, to consume
divorarsi {vr}  :: To be consumed or eaten up (with)
divoratore {adj}  :: consuming, devouring
divoratore {n}  :: avid reader
divoratore {n}  :: devourer, eater
divoratrice {n}  :: (female) avid reader
divoratrice {n}  :: (female) devourer, eater
divorazione {n}  :: devouring
divorziare {vt}  :: To divorce, to get divorced
divorziata {n}  :: divorced woman
divorziato {adj}  :: divorced
divorziato {n}  :: divorced man
divorzile {adj}  :: divorce (attributive)
divorzio {n}  :: divorce
divorzista {adj}  :: divorce [attributive]
divorzista {n}  :: divorce lawyer
divorzistico {adj}  :: divorce (attributive)
divorzistico {adj}  :: pro-divorce
divozione {n}  :: Variant of devozione
divulgabile {adj}  :: That can be divulged
divulgare {vt}  :: to divulge or disclose
divulgare {vt}  :: to popularize
divulgarsi {vr}  :: To spread (of news etc)
divulgativo {adj}  :: popular
divulgatore {n}  :: populizer
divulgatore {n}  :: propagandist
divulgazione {n}  :: disclosure
divulgazione {n}  :: popularization
divulgazione {n}  :: spread
divulsione {n}  :: divulsion
divulsore {n}  :: divulsor
diwan {m}  :: divan (collection of Persian poems)
Dixence {prop}  :: A long Alpine river in Switzerland
dizigotico {adj}  :: dizygotic
dizionarietto {n}  :: Small (pocket-size) dictionary
dizionario {n}  :: dictionary
dizionarista {n}  :: lexicographer (dictionary maker)
dizione {n}  :: diction, delivery
dizione {n}  :: idiom, expression
dizione {n}  :: pronunciation
dizione {n}  :: recitation
dizolfo {n} [inorganic chemistry]  :: disulfur
démaquillage {m}  :: makeup (cosmetic) removal
dımlı {m}  :: Zaza (language)
démodé {adj}  :: old-fashioned, out-of-date
dèo {n}  :: Variant of dio
do {m}  :: C (the musical note or key)
do {m}  :: do, the musical note
doblone {n}  :: doubloon
dobutamina {n} [organic compound]  :: dobutamine
DOC {initialism}  :: Denominazione di Origine Controllata
doccia {n}  :: drainpipe
doccia {n}  :: shower
docciagel {m}  :: shower gel
docciaschiuma {m}  :: A form of bath foam packaged for use in a shower
docciatura {n} [medicine]  :: douching, douche
doccionata {n}  :: rainwater pipe; gutter
doccione {n}  :: spout (for water); gargoyle
docente {adj}  :: teaching (attributive)
docente {n}  :: lecturer (at a university)
docenza {n}  :: teaching
DOCG {initialism}  :: Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita
docile {adj}  :: compliant, obedient, mild
docile {adj}  :: docile, meek
docilità {f}  :: docility
docilmente {adv}  :: docilely
docilmente {adv}  :: obediently
docimasia {n}  :: docimasy
docimastico {adj}  :: docimastic
docimologia {n}  :: educational assessment
docodonte {n}  :: docodont
documentabile {adj}  :: documentable
documentale {adj}  :: documental
documentalista {f}  :: documentalist
documentare {vt}  :: to document
documentario {adj}  :: documentary
documentario {n}  :: documentary (film)
documentarista {n}  :: documentarian
documentaristico {adj}  :: documentary (attributive)
documentarsi {vr}  :: To gather information or material (about)
documentatamente {adv}  :: In a documented manner
documentato {adj}  :: documented, substantiated
documentatore {n}  :: documentalist
documentazione {n}  :: documentation
documentazione {n}  :: material, information
documentazione {n}  :: research
documento {n}  :: document
dodeca- {prefix}  :: dodeca-
dodecadattilo {n} [obsolete, anatomy]  :: dodecadactylum, duodenum
dodecaedrico {adj}  :: dodecahedral
dodecaedro {n} [geometry]  :: dodecahedron
dodecafonia {n} [music]  :: dodecaphony
dodecafonicamente {adv}  :: dodecaphonically
dodecafonico {adj}  :: dodecaphonic
dodecagono {n} [geometry]  :: dodecagon
dodecaidrato {n} [chemistry]  :: dodecahydrate
Dodecaneso {prop}  :: Dodecanese
dodecasillabo {adj}  :: dodecasyllabic
dodecasillabo {n}  :: dodecasyllable
Dodecateismo {n}  :: Hellenic paganism
dodecile {n} [organic chemistry]  :: dodecyl
dodicenne {adj}  :: twelve-year-old
dodicenne {n}  :: twelve-year-old
dodicennio {n}  :: A period of twelve years
dodicesima {n}  :: twelfth (female in twelfth position)
dodicesimo {adj}  :: twelfth
dodicesimo {n}  :: twelfth (fraction)
dodicesimo {n}  :: twelfth (the one in twelfth position)
dodici {adj}  :: twelve
dodici {m}  :: twelve
dodici {m}  :: twelve o'clock (midday or midnight)
dodicimila {adj}  :: twelve thousand
dodicimila {m}  :: twelve thousand
dodo {n}  :: dodo
doga {n}  :: floorboard
doga {n}  :: slat (of bed)
doga {n}  :: stave
dogale {adj}  :: doge (attributive)
dogale {adj}  :: ducal
dogaliero {n}  :: A person in control of the movement of water (for agriculture, drainage etc)
dogana {n}  :: custom duty, duty, customs
dogana {n}  :: customs
dogana {n}  :: customs house, custom house
doganale {adj}  :: customs (attribute)
doganiere {n}  :: customs officer
dogare {vt}  :: To stave
dogaressa {n}  :: The wife of a doge
dogato {n}  :: the office of a doge
doge {n}  :: doge
Dïogenès {prop}  :: medieval spelling of Diogene
doglia {n}  :: (in plural) labour/labor pains, labour/labor
doglia {n} [literary]  :: pain
doglianza {n}  :: grievance
doglianza {n} [legal]  :: an appeal against a previous court decision
doglianza {n}  :: pain, grief, distress
doglio {n}  :: dolium
Doglio {prop}  :: A village in the province of Perugia that was the scene of a battle between the Guelfs and the Ghibellines
Doglioni {prop}  :: Italian surname
doglioso {adj} [literary]  :: sorrowful
dogma {n}  :: A dogma
dogmatica {n}  :: (female) dogmatist
dogmaticamente {adv}  :: dogmatically
dogmaticità {f}  :: Property of being dogmatic
dogmatico {adj}  :: dogmatic
dogmatico {n}  :: dogmatist
dogmatismo {n}  :: dogmatism
dogmatizzare {vt}  :: To dogmatize
dogmatizzazione {n}  :: dogmatization
dolce {adj}  :: dear
dolce {adj}  :: gentle, mild
dolce {adj}  :: luscious, sooth
dolce {adj}  :: (phonetic) soft
dolce {adj}  :: sweet
dolce {n}  :: cake
dolce {n}  :: dessert
dolce {n}  :: sweetness
dolceamaro {adj}  :: bittersweet
dolce far niente {phrase}  :: literally means "sweet doing nothing" = "Delicious idleness". Sheer indulgent relaxation and blissful laziness, being deliciously idle
dolcemente {adv}  :: gently
dolcemente {adv}  :: mildly
dolcemente {adv}  :: smoothly
dolcemente {adv}  :: softly
dolcemente {adv}  :: sweetly
dolce peso {m}  :: not too much to carry
dolcetta {n}  :: lamb's lettuce, corn salad (Valerianella)
dolcetto {n}  :: petit four
dolcevita {adj}  :: polo neck, turtleneck (attributive)
dolcezza {n}  :: gentleness
dolcezza {n}  :: mildness
dolcezza {n}  :: smoothness
dolcezza {n}  :: softness
dolcezza {n}  :: sweetheart
dolcezza {n}  :: sweetness
dolciario {adj}  :: confectionery (attributive), sweet (attributive)
dolciario {n}  :: A confectionery worker
dolciastro {adj}  :: ingratiating (tone)
dolciastro {adj}  :: sickly (sweet)
dolciastro {adj}  :: sweetish
dolciere {n}  :: confectioner
dolcificante {adj}  :: sweetening
dolcificante {n}  :: sweetener
dolcificare {vt}  :: to soften water
dolcificare {vt}  :: to sweeten
dolcificato {adj}  :: sweetened
dolcificatore {n}  :: water softener (device)
dolcificazione {n}  :: sweetening
Dolcin {prop}  :: apocopic form of Dolcino
Dolcino {prop}  :: male given name
dolcissimo {adj}  :: Very sweet
dolciume {n}  :: sweetmeat, confection, sweet
dolco {adj} [dialectal, rare, of climate]  :: moderate
dolente {adj}  :: sore, painful
dolente {adj}  :: sorrowful, doleful
dolentemente {adv}  :: sorely, painfully
dolentemente {adv}  :: sorrowfully, dolefully
dolere {vit}  :: to ache
dolere {vit}  :: to grieve
dolere {vit}  :: to lament
dolere {vit}  :: to suffer
dolersi {vr}  :: to be sorry or regret
dolersi {vr}  :: to complain
dolico {n}  :: cowpea
dolico- {prefix}  :: dolicho-
dolicocefalia {n}  :: dolichocephaly
dolicocefalo {adj}  :: dolichocephalic
dolicolo {n} [biochemistry]  :: dolichol
dolicomorfo {adj}  :: dolichomorphic
dollarizzare {vt}  :: To dollarize
dollarizzazione {n}  :: dollarization
dollaro {n}  :: dollar
dolo {n}  :: fraud, deceit
dolo {n} [legal]  :: malice
dolomia {n} [mineralogy]  :: dolomite (rock)
dolomite {n} [mineral]  :: dolomite
Dolomiti {prop}  :: Dolomites
dolomitico {adj}  :: Dolomite (attributive)
dolomitico {adj} [mineralogy]  :: dolomitic
dolomitizzazione {n} [geology]  :: dolomitization
dolorabile {adj} [pathology]  :: tender
dolorabilità {f} [pathology]  :: tenderness
dolorante {adj}  :: aching, painful, sore
dolorare {v}  :: to suffer or ache
dolorazione {n}  :: pain, suffering
dolorazione {n}  :: sorrow
dolore {n}  :: ache, pain
dolore {n}  :: sorrow, grief
doloretto {n}  :: A small pain
dolorifico {adj}  :: dolorific
dolorifico {adj}  :: painful, aching
dolorimetria {n}  :: dolorimetry
dolorino {n}  :: A small pain
dolorosamente {adv}  :: painfully
dolorosissimo {adj}  :: Very distressing
dolorosissimo {adj}  :: Very painful
dolorosità {f}  :: painfulness
doloroso {adj}  :: distressing
doloroso {adj}  :: painful
dolosamente {adv}  :: maliciously
dolosità {f}  :: malice
doloso {adj}  :: malicious
domabile {adj}  :: tameable, domitable
domanda {n}  :: (economy) demand
domanda {n}  :: petition, action
domanda {n}  :: question
domanda {n}  :: request, demand, claim, application
domandare {v}  :: to ask
domandare {v}  :: to demand
domandarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of domandare
domandarsi {vr}  :: to ask oneself
domandarsi {vr}  :: to wonder
domandina {n}  :: A little question
domani {adv}  :: tomorrow
domani {m}  :: tomorrow
domare {vt}  :: to control, to curb
domare {vt}  :: to crush, to subdue
domare {vt}  :: to tame, to break in
domato {adj}  :: tamed
domatore {n}  :: breaker (of animals)
domatore {n}  :: wrangler
domatrice {n}  :: trainer (female)
domattina {adv}  :: tomorrow morning
domatura {n}  :: breaking, breaking in (of an animal)
domatura {n}  :: taming
Dïomede {prop}  :: medieval spelling of Diomede
domenica {n}  :: Sunday
Domenica {prop}  :: female given name. Dominique
Domenica delle Palme {prop}  :: Palm Sunday
domenicale {adj}  :: Sunday (attributive)
domenicano {adj}  :: Dominican
domenicano {n}  :: Dominican
Domenico {prop}  :: male given name, cognate to Dominic
domese {adj}  :: Of or relating to Domodossola or the Domodossola people
domese {n}  :: A native or inhabitant of Domodossola
domestica {n}  :: maid, servant
domesticabile {adj}  :: domesticable
domesticamente {adv}  :: domestically
domesticare {vt}  :: To domesticate
domesticazione {n}  :: domestication
domestichezza {n}  :: domesticity
domesticità {f}  :: domesticity
domestico {adj}  :: domestic, home (attribute), family (attribute), household (attribute)
domestico {n}  :: house servant, domestic
domiciliare {adj}  :: domiciliary, home (attributive)
domiciliare {vt}  :: To domicile
domiciliarsi {vr}  :: To fix one's residence or domicile; to domiciliate
domiciliataria {n}  :: domiciliary (female)
domiciliatario {n}  :: domiciliary
domiciliato {adj}  :: domiciled, resident, living
domiciliazione {n}  :: domiciliation, residence
domicilio {n}  :: address
domicilio {n}  :: domicile
domicilio {n}  :: residence
domificazione {n}  :: domification
dominabile {adj}  :: controllable, manageable, subduable
dominante {adj}  :: dominant
dominante {adj}  :: prevailing (opinion)
dominante {adj}  :: ruling (class, party)
dominante {n}  :: dominant (music)
dominanza {n}  :: dominance
dominare {vt}  :: to dominate, to rule, to control, to contain
dominarsi {vr}  :: to control oneself, to master oneself
dominatore {adj}  :: ruling, dominating
dominatore {n}  :: ruler
dominatrice {n}  :: ruler (female)
dominazione {n}  :: domination
domineddio {n}  :: God Almighty
Dominica {prop}  :: Dominica
dominicale {adj}  :: dominical
dominicale {adj}  :: manorial
dominicana {n}  :: Dominican (female)
dominicano {adj}  :: Dominican (Of, from, or pertaining to the Dominican Republic, or its people)
dominicano {n}  :: Dominican (A person from the Dominican Republic or of its descent)
dominio {n}  :: control
dominio {n}  :: mastery
dominio {n}  :: power
dominio {n}  :: rule, dominion
domino {n}  :: dominoes
Domiziano {prop}  :: Domitian
Domodossola {prop}  :: A city in Piemonte
Domodossola {prop}  :: The letter D in the Italian phonetic alphabet
domoico {adj}  :: domoic
domotica {n}  :: domotics
domotronica {n}  :: alternative form of domotica
don {m}  :: A title of respect to a man
don {m}  :: Father (a title given to priests)
donabile {adj}  :: That can be donated
donante {n}  :: donor
donare {vt}  :: to donate
donare {vt}  :: to give
Donarelli {prop}  :: Italian surname
Donata {prop}  :: female given name, feminine form of Donato
donatario {n}  :: donee
Donatella {prop}  :: female given name, feminine diminutive form of Donato
Donatello {prop}  :: Donatello (Italian artist)
Donatello {prop}  :: male given name, also used as a formal given name
Donati {prop}  :: Italian surname
Donato {prop}  :: male given name
Donatoni {prop}  :: Italian surname
donatore {n}  :: donor, giver
donatrice {n}  :: donor (female)
donatrice {n}  :: giver (female)
donazione {n}  :: donation, gift
donazione {n}  :: handout
donchisciotte {m}  :: Don Quixote
Don Chisciotte {prop}  :: Don Quixote
donchisciottescamente {adv}  :: quixotically
donchisciottesco {adj}  :: quixotic (all senses)
donchisciottismo {n}  :: quixotism
donde {adv} [archaic]  :: from where, whence
dondolamento {n}  :: dangling
dondolamento {n}  :: rocking
dondolare {vi}  :: To rock, swing or sway
dondolare {vt}  :: To swing, rock or dangle (something)
dondolarsi {vr}  :: To rock, swing or sway (oneself)
dondolio {n}  :: dangling
dondolio {n}  :: rocking, swinging
dondolo {n}  :: rocker
dondolo {n}  :: swing
dondolone {n}  :: idler, loafer
dondoloni {adv}  :: dangling
dondoloni {adv}  :: swinging
dongione {n}  :: donjon, keep
dongiovannesco {adj}  :: Don Juan-like
dongiovanni {m}  :: Don Juan, libertine
Don Giovanni {prop}  :: Don Juan
dongiovannismo {n}  :: Don Juanism
Dïonisio {prop}  :: medieval spelling of Dioniso
donna {n}  :: actress
donna {n} [card games, chess, lag=it]  :: queen
donna {n} [somewhat obsolete]  :: lady
donna {n}  :: wife
donna {n}  :: woman
donnacchera {n}  :: vulgar woman
donnaccia {n}  :: slut
donnaccia {n}  :: whore
donna d'affari {f}  :: businesswoman
donna di casa {f}  :: housewife
donna di casa {f}  :: mistress
donna di cuori {f}  :: queen of hearts
donna di fiori {f}  :: queen of clubs
donna di picche {f}  :: queen of spades
donna di quadri {f}  :: queen of diamonds
donnaiolo {n}  :: philanderer, womanizer
donnaiuolo {n}  :: Variant of donnaiolo
donnesco {adj}  :: womanish, women's
donnetta {n}  :: little woman
donnetta {n}  :: ordinary woman
donnetta {n} [pejorative]  :: old maid, old wife
donnicciola {n}  :: silly woman
donnicciola {n}  :: sissy (effeminate man)
donnicciuola {n}  :: Variant of donnicciola
donnina {n}  :: little woman
donnina {n}  :: prostitute, loose woman
donnino {n}