carico

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Italian[edit]

Alternative forms[edit]

  • carco (poetic, archaic)

Etymology[edit]

From caricare (to load, verb).

Adjective[edit]

carico m (feminine carica, masculine plural carichi, feminine plural cariche)

  1. loaded, laden
    carico di cibo — loaded or laden with food
    carico di grano — loaded or laden with grain
  2. loaded (of a gun, etc.)
    una pistola carica — a loaded gun or pistol
    un fucile carico — a loaded gun or rifle
  3. charged (of a battery, etc.)
    una carica batteria — a charged-up battery
    una pila carica — a charged-up battery
  4. wound up (of a clock, etc.)
    un carico orologio — a wound-up clock
  5. intense (of a colour)
    un colore carico — an intense colour
    un rosso carico — an intense red colour
  6. strong (of coffee, tea, etc.)

Noun[edit]

carico m (plural carichi)

  1. loading
    il carico di una macchina — the loading of a car
  2. load, cargo
    il carico di un aereo — the cargo of an aircraft
    il carico di una macchina — the load of a car
    il carico di lavoro — workload
  3. charge (of a battery etc.)

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Verb[edit]

carico

  1. first-person singular present tense of caricare

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Latin[edit]

Adjective[edit]

caricō

  1. dative masculine singular of caricus
  2. dative neuter singular of caricus
  3. ablative masculine singular of caricus
  4. ablative neuter singular of caricus