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c {n}  :: See under C
c' {adv} [sometimes before a vowel or an h]  :: apocopic form of ci
c' {pron} [sometimes before a vowel or an h]  :: apocopic form of ci
C {letter}  :: letter: ci
C. {n} [music]  :: abbreviation of grancassa
ca {abbr}  :: circa
ca' {f}  :: apocopic form of casa
ca' {f}  :: apocopic form of casata
cab {m}  :: Hansom cab
cabala {f}  :: cabal
cabalista {f}  :: cabalist
cabalistico {adj}  :: cabalistic, cabbalistic
cabarè {m}  :: tray
cabarè {m}  :: cabaret
cabaret {m}  :: cabaret
cabarettista {f}  :: cabaret artist
cabarettisticamente {adv}  :: In the manner of a cabaret
cabarettistico {adj}  :: cabaret (attributive)
cabbalistico {adj}  :: cabalistic
cabestano {m} [nautical]  :: capstan
Cabibbo {prop}  :: surname
cabila {f}  :: Kabyle (member of Berber people)
cabilo {adj}  :: Kabyle
cabilo {m}  :: Kabyle (person, language)
cabina {f}  :: cabin (in an aircraft or ship)
cabina {f}  :: cab (of a train)
cabina {f}  :: cage (of a lift)
cabina {f}  :: car (of a cablecar)
cabina {f}  :: beach hut
cabina {f}  :: cubicle (at a swimming pool etc)
cabina telefonica {f}  :: telephone booth, telephone box
cabinato {adj} [nautical]  :: Having a cabin
cabinato {m}  :: cabin cruiser
cabinista {f}  :: projectionist
cabinista {f}  :: electrical technician
cabinotto {m}  :: A bourgeois fashionable youngster of Turin
cabinovia {f}  :: cablecar (with a small cabin, typically for two people)
cablaggio {m}  :: wiring
cablante {v}  :: present participle of cablare
cablare {vt}  :: To cable
cablare {vt}  :: To wire, to connect
cablatura {f}  :: cabling (provision of cables for TV etc)
cablo {m}  :: cable
cablografia {f}  :: The sending of cables (telegraphy)
cablografico {adj}  :: cable (attributive)
cablogramma {m}  :: cablegram
cabotaggio {m} [nautical]  :: coasting (coastal navigation, from port to port)
cabotante {v}  :: present participle of cabotare
cabotare {vi} [nautical]  :: to coast (ply along a coast)
cabotiere {m} [nautical]  :: coaster (vessel)
cabotiero {adj}  :: coastal, coasting
cabotiero {m} [nautical]  :: coaster (vessel)
Caboto {n}  :: Cabot
Caboto {n}  :: surname
cabrante {v}  :: present participle of cabrare
cabrare {vti} [aeronautics]  :: To zoom
cabrata {f} [aeronautics]  :: zooming
Cabrini {prop}  :: surname
Cabrini {prop}  :: Francesca Saverio Cabrini, Italian religious sister
cabrio {f} [automobiles]  :: cabriolet
cabriolè {m}  :: cabriolet, convertible (motor car)
cabriolet {f} [automobiles]  :: cabriolet
cacadubbi {mf}  :: An indecisive person
cacante {v}  :: present participle of cacare
cacantesi {v}  :: present participle of cacarsi
cacao {m}  :: cocoa
cacapo {m}  :: kakapo (Strigops habroptilus)
cacare {vi} [vulgar]  :: to shit, crap
cacare {vt} [vulgar]  :: to give a shit [about somebody]
cacarsi {vr} [vulgar]  :: To give a shit about (somebody)
cacarsi {vr} [followed by addosso, vulgar]  :: To shit oneself
cacasenno {mf}  :: know-all, know-it-all
cacasotto {mf} [colloquial]  :: A very nervous or cowardly person
cacastecchi {mf}  :: miser
cacastecchi {mf}  :: incompetent person
cacata {f} [vulgar]  :: shit
cacata {f} [vulgar, by extension]  :: crap, bullshit, shit
cacatoa {m}  :: Variant of cacatua
cacatoio {m}  :: shithouse (outdoor toilet)
cacatosi {v}  :: past participle of cacarsi
cacatua {m}  :: cockatoo
cacatura {f}  :: shit, crap
cacatura {f}  :: frass
cacca {f}  :: poo (used familiarly, with children etc)
cacchio {m}  :: A non-fruit-bearing tendril (germoglio infruttifero)
cacchio {interj}  :: darn! (Euphemistic variant of cazzo)
cacchione {m}  :: flyblow
caccia {f}  :: hunting; shooting
caccia {f}  :: look out
caccia {f}  :: pursuit
caccia {m}  :: fighter (aircraft)
cacciaballe {mf}  :: bullshitter
cacciabile {adj}  :: huntable
cacciabombardiere {m}  :: fighter-bomber (aircraft)
cacciacarri {m} [military]  :: tank destroyer
cacciafebbre {f}  :: synonym of biondella
cacciagione {m}  :: (Wild animals hunted for food) game, fowl venison
cacciamine {m} [nautical]  :: minehunter, minesweeper
Caccianemico {prop} [rare]  :: surname but especially that of Venedico Caccianemico, portrayed in the Divine Comedy
cacciante {v}  :: present participle of cacciare
cacciantesi {v}  :: present participle of cacciarsi
cacciar {v}  :: apocopic form of cacciare
cacciare {vt} [of animals]  :: to hunt, to prey on
cacciare {vt} [of man]  :: to hunt, to shoot, to snare
cacciare {vt}  :: to chase
cacciare {vt}  :: to drive out, to throw out, to kick out, to expel
cacciare {vt}  :: to sack, to fire, to throw out
cacciarsi {v}  :: reflexive of cacciare
cacciarsi {vr}  :: to get to, get oneself into
cacciarsi {vr}  :: to hide
cacciarsi {vr}  :: to plunge
cacciasommergibile {m}  :: submarine chaser
cacciasommergibili {m} [nautical]  :: submarine chaser
cacciata {f}  :: expulsion
cacciatora {f}  :: hunting jacket
cacciatora {f}  :: cacciatora
cacciatore {m}  :: hunter, huntsman
cacciatore {m} [by extension]  :: chaser, hunter
cacciatorino {m}  :: A type of small salami
cacciatorpediniere {m}  :: destroyer (warship)
cacciatosi {v}  :: past participle of cacciarsi
cacciatrice {f}  :: hunter, huntswoman
cacciatrice {f}  :: (female) chaser, hunter
cacciavite {m}  :: screwdriver
Caccioppoli {prop}  :: surname
Caccioppoli {prop}  :: Renato Caccioppoli, Italian mathematician
cacciucco {m}  :: a spiced fish stew; an Italian equivalent of bouillabaisse
caccola {f}  :: booger
caccola {f}  :: sleep (in the eyes)
caccola {f}  :: lump of feces attached to the coat of a sheep
caccoloso {adj}  :: snotty
caccoso {adj}  :: covered in poo; crappy, shitty
cache {adj} [computing]  :: cache (attributive)
cache {f} [computing]  :: cache
cache-col {m}  :: cravat
cachemire {m}  :: cashmere
cacherello {m}  :: droppings
cachessia {f} [pathology]  :: cachexia
cachet {m}  :: tablet, capsule (medical)
cachet {m}  :: fee
cachet {m}  :: rinse (coloured, for the hair)
cachettico {adj}  :: cachectic
cachi {m}  :: persimmon (tree & fruit)
cachi {m}  :: khaki colour
cachi {adj}  :: khaki
caciara {f}  :: hubbub, din
caciarona {f}  :: troublemaker (female)
caciarone {m}  :: troublemaker
cacicco {m}  :: cacique
cacimperio {m} [Central Italy and Southern Italy]  :: synonym of pinzimonio
cacio {m}  :: cheese
caciocavallo {m}  :: caciocavallo
cacio e pepe {m}  :: A pasta dish made from pici, spaghetti or other pasta with a sauce of finely grated pecorino with pepper and olive oil, butter or cream
caciotta {f}  :: A soft, flat cheese from central Italy
caciucco {m}  :: alternative form of cacciucco
caco- {prefix}  :: caco-
caco {m}  :: alternative form of cachi (fruit)
Caco {prop}  :: Cacus
cacodemone {m}  :: cacodemon
cacodile {m} [organic compound]  :: cacodyl
cacofemismo {m}  :: cacophemism
cacofonia {f}  :: cacophony
cacofonicamente {adv}  :: cacophonously
cacofonico {adj}  :: cacophonous
cacografia {f}  :: cacography
cacografico {adj}  :: cacographic
cacologia {f}  :: cacology
cacone {m} [vulgar]  :: shit (person)
cacosmia {f}  :: cacosmia
cactus {m}  :: cactus
cacume {m}  :: top, summit
cacuminale {adj}  :: summital, culminal, cacuminal
cacuminale {adj} [linguistics, phonetics]  :: retroflex
cadì {m}  :: cadi, kadi, qadi
cadauno {adj}  :: each
cadauno {pron}  :: each, each one
cadavere {m}  :: corpse, body
cadavericamente {adv}  :: cadaverously
cadaverico {adj}  :: cadaverous, deadly
cadaverico {adj}  :: wan
cadaverina {f} [chemistry]  :: cadaverine
cadente {adj}  :: falling
cadente {adj}  :: decrepit
cadenza {f}  :: cadence
cadenza {f}  :: rhythm
cadenzale {adj}  :: cadenza (attributive)
cadenzante {v}  :: present participle of cadenzare
cadenzare {vt}  :: To give a specified rhythm to a piece of music
cadenzatamente {adv}  :: rhythmically
cadenzatamente {adv}  :: with a specified cadence
cadenzato {adj}  :: rhythmic
cadenzato {adj}  :: having a specified rhythm or cadence
cader {v}  :: apocopic form of cadere
cadere {vi}  :: to fall
cadere {vi}  :: to fall over, tumble
cadere {vi}  :: to die
cadere {vi}  :: to drop, crash
cadere addormentato {v}  :: to fall asleep
cadere dalla padella nella brace {v} [idiomatic]  :: to go out of the frying pan, into the fire
cadere dalle nuvole {v}  :: to be astonished
cadere dalle nuvole {v}  :: to marvel
cadere in catalessi {v}  :: to fall asleep, nod off
cadere sempre in piedi {v} [idiomatic]  :: to land on one's feet
cadere sempre in piedi {v}  :: to be lucky, or successful
cadetto {adj}  :: younger
cadetto {adj}  :: junior
cadetto {m}  :: cadet
cadetto {m}  :: junior
Cadice {prop}  :: Cadiz
cadimento {m}  :: fall, drop
caditoia {f}  :: trap door
caditoia {f}  :: embrasure
cadmiante {v}  :: present participle of cadmiare
cadmiare {vt}  :: To plate with a thin layer of cadmium
cadmiatura {f}  :: cadmium plating or coating
cadmio {m} [chemistry]  :: cadmium
cadmioso {adj} [inorganic chemistry]  :: cadmium (attributive)
cadmiuria {f} [pathology]  :: cadmiuria
Cadmo {prop} [Greek mythology]  :: Cadmus
Cadore {prop}  :: A historic region of the Veneto situated in the Dolomites near Belluno
cadorino {adj}  :: Of or from Cadore
cadorino {m}  :: Native or inhabitant of Cadore
cadorino {m}  :: dialect spoken in the Cadore region (masculine singular only)
Cadorna {prop}  :: surname
Cadorna {prop}  :: Luigi Cadorna, Italian general
cadreghino {m} [northern Italy, colloquial, humorous]  :: A seat as a symbol of power
caducante {v}  :: present participle of caducare
caducantesi {v}  :: present participle of caducarsi
caducare {vt} [legal]  :: To annul
caducarsi {vr} [legal]  :: To lapse or expire
caducatosi {v}  :: past participle of caducarsi
caducazione {f} [legal]  :: lapse, expiring, expiration
caduceo {m}  :: caduceus
caducifoglio {adj} [botany]  :: deciduous
caducità {f}  :: caducity, transience
caduco {adj}  :: transient, fleeting
caduco {adj}  :: deciduous
caduta {f}  :: fall (act of falling)
caduta {f}  :: drop (i.e. temperature drop)
caduto {adj}  :: fallen
caduto {adj}  :: dead
caduto {m}  :: dead soldier
Caetani {prop}  :: surname
cafaggio {m} [archaic]  :: An enclosed reserve in a woody area
Cafarnao {prop}  :: Capernaum, the biblical town in Galilee, archaeological site
café-chantant {m}  :: café-chantant
caffè {m}  :: coffee (plant and drink)
caffè {m}  :: a cafe
caffè americano {m}  :: an American-style black coffee (a normal espresso topped up with hot water)
Caffarelli {prop}  :: surname
Caffarelli {prop}  :: A noble family of Rome
caffè corretto {m}  :: an espresso coffee with a dash of grappa or other liqueur
caffè d'orzo {m}  :: A drink, similar to coffee, made from roasted barley
caffeario {adj}  :: coffee (attributive)
caffeicolo {adj}  :: coffee-growing (attributive)
caffeifero {adj}  :: coffee-producing
caffeina {f}  :: caffeine
caffeinico {adj}  :: caffeinic
caffeinomane {m} [colloquial]  :: coffee addict
caffeismo {m}  :: coffee poisoning
caffellatte {m}  :: coffee and hot milk, served separately in two pots as a breakfast drink, or together in a glass when served at a bar etc
caffetano {m}  :: Variant of caftano
caffettano {m}  :: Variant of caftano
caffetteria {f}  :: cafeteria, coffeehouse
caffettiera {f}  :: coffee pot, coffee maker
caffettiere {m}  :: Owner of a café or coffeehouse
caffè freddo {n}  :: iced coffee as a long drink
caffè latte {m}  :: alternative form of caffellatte
caffè lungo {n}  :: a normal espresso coffee extracted for twice the period. Differentiated from an "americano" - which is with a little more hot water added
caffè macchiato {n}  :: a normal espresso coffee with a very small amount of steamed milk
caffo {adj}  :: odd (of a number)
caffo {m}  :: odd number
caffo {m}  :: first one; most important one; foremost one
caffè solubile {m}  :: instant coffee
caffè stretto {n}  :: a normal espresso coffee but with less water
cafiso {m}  :: qafiz (unit of measurement)
cafona {f}  :: [female] peasant
cafona {f} [pejorative]  :: [female] boor
cafonaggine {f}  :: boorishness
cafonata {f}  :: boorish action
cafone {m}  :: peasant
cafone {m}  :: boor (pejorative)
cafoneria {f}  :: boorishness
cafonescamente {adv}  :: boorishly, ill-manneredly
cafonesco {adj}  :: boorish, ill-mannered
cafro {adj}  :: Kaffir, Bantu
cafro {m}  :: Kaffir, Bantu
caftano {m}  :: caftan
cagante {v}  :: present participle of cagare
cagantesi {v}  :: present participle of cagarsi
cagare {vit}  :: alternative form of cacare
cagarella {f} [colloquial]  :: The runs, the shits
cagarsi {vr}  :: Variant of cacarsi
cagata {f} [regional, vulgar]  :: shit
cagata {f} [regional, vulgar, by extension]  :: crap, bullshit, shit
cagatosi {v}  :: past participle of cagarsi
caggiante {v}  :: present participle of caggiare
caggiare {v} [obsolete]  :: To fall
cagionante {v}  :: present participle of cagionare
cagionare {vt}  :: To cause
cagione {f}  :: cause
cagionetto {m}  :: A type of pastry from Abruzzo eaten especially at Christmas; fillings vary according to locality
cagionevole {adj}  :: weak, poor, delicate
cagionevolezza {f}  :: weakness
cagliante {v}  :: present participle of cagliare
cagliare {vit}  :: to curdle
Cagliari {prop}  :: Cagliari (both meanings)
cagliaritano {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to Cagliari
cagliaritano {m}  :: Native or inhabitant of Cagliari
cagliaritano {m}  :: The dialect of Cagliari
cagliato {adj}  :: curdled
cagliatura {f}  :: curdling, clotting
caglio {m}  :: rennet
caglio {m}  :: bedstraw, plant of the genus Galium
cagna {f}  :: A female dog, canine, bitch
cagnaccio {m}  :: An ugly and fierce dog
cagnara {f}  :: Loud barking (of dogs)
cagnara {f}  :: uproar
cagnaro {m} [nautical]  :: awning
cagnazzo {adj} [obsolete]  :: pug-nosed, deformed
cagnazzo {adj} [obsolete]  :: purple-coloured
Cagnazzo {prop}  :: A fictional devil in the Divine Comedy
cagnescamente {adv}  :: in a hostile manner, menacingly
cagnesco {adj}  :: doglike
cagnesco {adj}  :: hostile, menacing
cagnetta {f}  :: (female) little dog, doggy, doggie
cagnetta {f}  :: (female) puppy
cagnetto {m}  :: little dog, doggy, doggie
cagnetto {m}  :: puppy
cagnola {f}  :: cubbyhole (on a boat)
cagnola {f} [regional]  :: nursehound (fish)
cagnolina {f}  :: (female) little dog, doggy, doggie
cagnolina {f}  :: puppy (female)
cagnolino {m}  :: little dog, doggy, doggie
cagnolino {m}  :: puppy
cagnolino {m} [swimming, masculine singular only]  :: dog paddle, doggy paddle
cagnolone {m}  :: Affectionate term for a dog
cagnone {m}  :: A big and usually also harmless dog
cagnotto {m}  :: Hired ruffian
Cagnotto {prop}  :: surname
Cagnotto {prop}  :: Tania Cagnotto, Italian diver
cagotto {m} [colloquial]  :: The runs (diarrhea)
cagou {m}  :: kagu
caiaco {m}  :: kayak
caicco {m} [watercraft]  :: caique
Caienna {prop}  :: Cayenne
Caifa {prop}  :: Caiaphas
Caifas {prop}  :: medieval spelling of Caifa
caimano {m}  :: caiman
Caina {prop}  :: medieval spelling of Canaan
Caino {prop}  :: Cain (eldest son of Adam and Eve)
Caino {prop}  :: given name, Italian equivalent of Cain
Caio {prop}  :: Gaius
cairota {adj}  :: Cairo (attributive)
cairota {mf}  :: Native or inhabitant of Cairo
cala {f}  :: inlet, cove
cala {f} [nautical]  :: hold
calabassa {f}  :: calabash
calabra {f}  :: Calabrian (female)
calabrese {adj}  :: Calabrian
calabrese {m}  :: Calabrian (male)
calabrese {f}  :: Calabrian (female)
calabresella {f}  :: A card game somewhat similar to tressette
calabresità {f}  :: The quality, state or characteristic of being Calabrian
calabresità {f}  :: The Calabrian spirit or essence
calabro {adj}  :: Calabrian
calabro {m}  :: Calabrian
calabrone {m} [insects]  :: hornet
calafataggio {m} [nautical]  :: caulking
calafatante {v}  :: present participle of calafatare
calafatare {vt}  :: To caulk
calafato {m} [nautical]  :: caulker
calamaio {m}  :: inkwell
calamaretto {m}  :: Small or young squid
calamaro {m} [mollusks]  :: squid, calamari
calambucco {m} [obsolete]  :: aloe
calamina {f}  :: calamine (mineral)
calamità {f}  :: disaster, calamity
calamita {f}  :: magnet; fridge magnet
calamita {f}  :: lodestone, magnetite
calamita {f}  :: compass needle
calamitante {v}  :: present participle of calamitare
calamitare {vt}  :: To magnetize
calamitazione {f}  :: magnetization
calamitosamente {adv}  :: calamitously
calamitoso {adj}  :: disastrous, calamitous
calamo {m}  :: quill
calanca {f}  :: bay, cove, inlet
calanca {f}  :: gully, ravine
Calanca {prop}  :: A valley in the Swiss Alps
calanchifero {adj}  :: Forming gulleys or furrows (by water action)
calanchismo {m}  :: A series of furrows eroded by runoff water
calanco {m}  :: gully, ravine
calanco {m}  :: a furrow eroded by runoff water
calandra {f}  :: calender (machine)
calandra {f}  :: radiator grill (of a car)
calandra {f}  :: fairing (on an outboard motor)
calandrante {v}  :: present participle of calandrare
calandrare {vt}  :: To calender
calandrato {adj}  :: calendered
calandratore {m}  :: calenderer
calandratura {f}  :: calendering
calandrella {f}  :: short-toed lark (of genus Calandrella)
calandro {m}  :: tawny pipit
calante {adj}  :: falling
calante {adj}  :: setting (of the sun)
calante {adj}  :: waning (of the moon)
calante {v}  :: present participle of calare
calantesi {v}  :: present participle of calarsi
calappio {m}  :: slip knot
calappio {m}  :: snare
calappio {m}  :: ambush
calapranzi {m}  :: dumbwaiter (small lift for moving food between floors)
calar {m}  :: setting (of a heavenly body)
calare {vt}  :: to lower something
calare {vt}  :: to decrease something
calare {vt}  :: to drop something
calare {vi}  :: to decrease, fall, drop
calare {vi}  :: to set
calare {vi}  :: to descend
calarsi {v}  :: reflexive of calare
calarsi {vr}  :: to lower oneself, let oneself down
calarsi {vr}  :: to identify
calata {f}  :: invasion
calatide {f} [botany]  :: capitulum, flower head (as of a daisy)
calatino {adj}  :: Of or from Caltagirone
calatosi {v}  :: past participle of calarsi
calaverite {f} [mineral]  :: calaverite
calaverna {f}  :: hoar frost, rime
calaza {f}  :: chalaza
calazio {m} [medicine]  :: chalazion
calca {f}  :: throng, press (of people)
calcabile {adj}  :: That can be tread / treaded
Calcabrina {prop}  :: A fictional devil in the Divine Comedy
calcagno {mf} [skeleton, part of a shoe]  :: heel
calcagnolo {m} [nautical]  :: heel (tilt)
calcagnolo {m}  :: chisel
Calcanta {prop}  :: medieval spelling of Calcante
calcante {v}  :: present participle of calcare
Calcante {prop} [Greek mythology]  :: Calchas
calcara {f}  :: limekiln
calcare {m}  :: limestone
calcare {vt}  :: to press down on (something); to stomp
calcare {vt}  :: to work (metal)
calcare {vt}  :: to stress (something)
calcare {vt}  :: to crowd, throng
calcare {vi}  :: to push
calcare {vi}  :: to lean
calcarenite {f} [geology]  :: calcarenite
calcareo {adj}  :: calcareous
calcatoio {m}  :: ramrod
calce {f}  :: lime (from limestone)
calce {f}  :: at the foot of
calcedonio {m} [mineralogy]  :: chalcedony
calcemia {f} [medicine]  :: calcemia
calceolaria {f}  :: slipperwort (of genus Calceolaria)
calcescisto {m} [geology]  :: calcareous schist
calce spenta {f}  :: slaked lime
calcestruzzo {m}  :: concrete
calcetto {m}  :: table football
calcetto {m}  :: five-a-side football
calce viva {f}  :: quicklime
Calchi {prop}  :: Halki
calciante {v}  :: present participle of calciare
calciare {v}  :: to kick something, especially a football
calciatore {m}  :: footballer, football player
calciatrice {f}  :: female footballer
calciatura {f}  :: butt (part of a gun that includes the handle)
calcico {adj} [chemistry]  :: calcic (of, relating to, or containing calcium or lime)
calcicolo {adj}  :: calcicolous
calcidiolo {m} [organic compound]  :: calcifediol, calcidiol
calciferolo {m} [organic compound]  :: calciferol
calcificante {v}  :: present participle of calcificare
calcificantesi {v}  :: present participle of calcificarsi
calcificare {vt}  :: to calcify
calcificarsi {v}  :: reflexive of calcificare
calcificarsi {v}  :: to become calcified
calcificatosi {v}  :: past participle of calcificarsi
calcificazione {f}  :: calcification
calcina {f}  :: lime mortar
calcinaccio {m}  :: a fragment of mortar or plaster detached from a wall
calcinaio {m}  :: vessel in which quicklime is slaked with water
calcinante {v}  :: present participle of calcinare
calcinare {vt}  :: to calcine
calcinato {adj}  :: calcined
calcinato {adj} [of a silkworm]  :: affected with the muscardine fungus
calcinatura {f}  :: liming (immersion of skins in a bath of lime as part of the tanning process)
calcinazione {f}  :: calcination
calcinculo {m}  :: chairoplane (fairground ride)
calcinosi {f} [diseases]  :: calcinosis
calcinoso {adj}  :: having the appearance of lime
calcio {m}  :: a kick [with the foot]
calcio {m} [sports]  :: association football, soccer
calcio {m}  :: butt [of a gun]
calcio {m} [chemistry]  :: calcium
calcio a 5 {m}  :: futsal
calcio a 5 {m}  :: five-a-side football
calcio a cinque {m}  :: alternative form of calcio a 5
calcioantagonista {adj}  :: calcium antagonist (attributive)
calcio-balilla {m}  :: table football
calciocianammide {f}  :: calcium cyanamide
calcio d'angolo {m} [football]  :: corner, corner kick
calcio d'inizio {m} [football]  :: kick-off
calcio di punizione {m} [football, rugby]  :: direct free kick
calcio di rigore {m} [soccer and other sports]  :: penalty kick, penalty
calcio di rigore {m} [in the plural, soccer and other sports]  :: penalty shootout, shootout
calciofilo {m} [colloquial]  :: lover of football
calcio fiorentino {m} [football]  :: An early form of football once played in Florence
calcio laterale {m} [football]  :: side kick (kick with the side of the foot, rather than the toe)
calciomercato {m}  :: The market in buying, selling and transferring professional football players
calcione {m}  :: A hard kick
calcione {m}  :: A strong recommendation
calcio piazzato {m} [football, rugby]  :: place kick
calciopoli {f}  :: alternative capitalization of Calciopoli
Calciopoli {prop}  :: A football scandal that occurred in Italy in 2006, involving several major teams in Italy's top professional football leagues
calcioscommesse {n}  :: illegal football pools
calciosoma {m}  :: calciosome
calcio storico {m} [football]  :: synonym of calcio fiorentino
calciotto {m}  :: eight-a-side football
calcisticamente {adv}  :: With regard to football
calcistico {adj}  :: of or relating to football (soccer)
calcite {f}  :: calcite
calcitico {adj}  :: calcitic
calcitonina {f}  :: calcitonin
calcitriolo {m} [biochemistry]  :: calcitriol
calciuria {f} [pathology]  :: calciuria
calco {m}  :: cast (of sculpture)
calco {m}  :: tracing (of a design)
calco {m}  :: literal loan translation, calque (calco semantico), loanword
calco {m}  :: mold
calco- {prefix}  :: chalco-
calco- {prefix}  :: alternative form of calcio-
-calco {suffix}  :: used in the names of several alloys of copper
calcocite {f} [mineralogy]  :: chalcocite
calcofilo {adj} [chemistry]  :: calcophilic
calcofilo {adj} [botany]  :: calciphilous
calcogeno {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: chalcogen
calcogenuro {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: chalcogenide
calcogenuro {adj} [inorganic chemistry]  :: chalcogen (attributive)
calcoglifia {f}  :: synonym of calcografia
calcografia {f}  :: chalcography; engraving on copper
calcograficamente {adv}  :: chalcographically
calcografico {adj}  :: chalcographic
calcografo {m}  :: chalcographer ; engraver on copper
calcolabile {adj}  :: calculable
calcolabile {adj} [logic]  :: decidable
calcolabilità {f}  :: The quality of being calculable
calcolante {v}  :: present participle of calcolare
calcolantesi {v}  :: present participle of calcolarsi
calcolare {vt}  :: to calculate, work out
calcolare {vt}  :: to reckon
calcolarsi {v}  :: reflexive of calcolare
calcolarsi {v}  :: to include oneself in a calculation
calcolatamente {adv}  :: calculatedly, deliberately
calcolativo {adj}  :: calculative
calcolato {adj}  :: calculated
calcolatore {adj}  :: calculating
calcolatore {adj}  :: shrewd, scheming
calcolatore {m}  :: computer
calcolatore {m}  :: calculating man, schemer
calcolatosi {v}  :: past participle of calcolarsi
calcolatrice {f}  :: a (mechanical or electronic) device used for mathematical operations, calculator
calcolatrice {f}  :: calculating woman, female schemer
calcolatricetta {f}  :: a calculating young woman (young schemer)
calcolazione {f}  :: calculation
calcolista {mf}  :: An engineer who designs structures in reinforced concrete
calcolitico {adj}  :: chalcolithic
calcolitografia {f}  :: lithography from a chalcograph
calcolo {m} [mathematics]  :: calculus
calcolo {m}  :: (calculation) computation, calculation, estimate, reckoning
calcolo {m} [medicine]  :: calculus, stone
calcolo meccanico {m}  :: adding machine
calcolo renale {m} [pathology]  :: kidney stone
calcolosi {f} [diseases]  :: lithiasis, calculosis, stones
calcoloso {adj} [pathology]  :: calculous
calcomania {f}  :: Variant of decalcomania
calcopirite {f} [mineralogy]  :: chalcopyrite
calcotipia {f}  :: copperplate printing
caldaia {f}  :: boiler
caldaia {f}  :: cauldron
caldaico {adj}  :: Chaldean
caldaio {m}  :: cauldron
caldaista {m}  :: boiler engineer
caldallessa {f}  :: boiled chestnut (streetfood)
caldamente {adv}  :: warmly
caldamente {adv}  :: heartily
caldana {f}  :: hot flush
caldana {f}  :: fit of rage
caldano {m}  :: brazier
caldara {f}  :: synonym of caldaia
caldareria {f}  :: boilerplate factory
caldarone {m}  :: alternative form of calderone
caldarrosta {f} [mainly, in the plural]  :: A roasted chestnut
caldarrostaia {f}  :: A female roasted chestnut seller
caldarrostaio {m}  :: A roasted chestnut seller
caldarrostara {f} [dialectal]  :: alternative form of caldarrostaia
caldarrostaro {m} [dialectal]  :: alternative form of caldarrostaio
caldarrosto {m} [uncommon]  :: alternative form of caldarrosta
Caldea {prop}  :: Chaldea
caldeggiante {v}  :: present participle of caldeggiare
caldeggiare {vt}  :: To support warmly or enthusiastically
caldeo {adj}  :: Chaldean
caldeo {m}  :: Chaldean
caldera {f}  :: caldera
calderaio {m}  :: coppersmith
calderaio {m}  :: tinker
calderaio {m}  :: brazier
calderante {m}  :: tar / bitumen sprayer (in roadmaking)
calderone {m}  :: cauldron
calderone {m}  :: hotchpotch
Calderone {prop}  :: A glacier in Abruzzo
caldissimo {adj}  :: Very hot
caldo {adj}  :: warm, hot
caldo {m}  :: heat
caldo {m}  :: fervour, ardour
calduccio {m}  :: warmth
caldura {f}  :: heat, warmth (summer weather)
caledoniano {adj}  :: Caledonian
calefaciente {adj}  :: calefacient
calefazione {f}  :: calefaction
caleidoscopico {adj}  :: kaleidoscopic
caleidoscopio {m}  :: kaleidoscope
calendarietto {m}  :: An illustrated, sometimes scented, card (typically of a pin-up) once given to their customers by barbers (in anticipation of a tip)
calendario {m}  :: calendar
calendario dell'avvento {m}  :: Advent calendar
calendario dell'Avvento {m}  :: Advent calendar
calendario gregoriano {m}  :: Gregorian calendar
calendario lunare {m}  :: lunar calendar
calendario solare {m}  :: solar calendar
calendarista {mf}  :: calendarist
calendarizzazione {f}  :: scheduling
calende {n}  :: calends (first day of the month)
calendimaggio {m}  :: May Day
calendola {f}  :: calendula, marigold
calenzuolo {m}  :: greenfinch (Chloris chloris)
calepino {m}  :: A large vocabulary (especially of Latin)
calepino {m}  :: A weighty work of scholarship
calepino {m}  :: A notebook
calere {v} [impersonal, literary]  :: To matter or care
calessabile {adj}  :: Suitable for gigs (of a road)
calesse {m}  :: gig (carriage)
calessino {m}  :: A small four-seater buggy
caletta {f}  :: dovetail (joint); mortice and tenon
calettamento {m}  :: synonym of calettatura
calettante {v}  :: present participle of calettare
calettare {vit}  :: to fit together (closely)
calettato {adj}  :: fitted
calettatura {f}  :: fitment
calettatura {f}  :: lap joint
Calgari {prop}  :: surname
calibrante {v}  :: present participle of calibrare
calibrare {vt}  :: to calibrate
calibrato {adj}  :: calibrated
calibratore {m}  :: calibrator
calibratura {f}  :: calibration
calibrazione {f}  :: calibration
calibro {m}  :: caliber, bore
calibro {m}  :: callipers
calibro {m}  :: template
calicò {m}  :: calico
calicanto {m}  :: calycanthus, sweet shrub
calice {m}  :: cup or goblet (for drinking)
calice {m}  :: chalice
calice {m} [botany, anatomy]  :: calyx
caliciforme {adj}  :: chalicine, calicinal, caliciform
calicino {adj} [botany]  :: calyx (attributive)
calicosi {f} [medicine]  :: chalicosis, calcicosis
calidario {m}  :: calidarium, caldarium
calidità {f} [literary]  :: heat
calido {adj} [literary]  :: hot
Calidone {prop}  :: Calydon
calidonio {adj}  :: Calydonian
califfale {adj}  :: caliphate (attributive)
califfato {m}  :: caliphate
califfo {m}  :: caliph
California {prop}  :: California
californiana {f}  :: feminine noun of californiano
californiano {adj}  :: Californian
californiano {m}  :: Californian
californidina {f} [organic compound]  :: californidine
californio {m} [chemistry]  :: californium
caligine {f}  :: soot, smog
caligine {f}  :: fog
caliginoso {adj}  :: sooty
caliginoso {adj}  :: foggy
Caligola {prop}  :: Caligula
Calimno {prop}  :: Kalymnos (Greek island)
calipso {m}  :: calypso (dance)
Calipso {prop} [Greek mythology]  :: Calypso
caliptra {f}  :: calyptra
calle {f} [Venice]  :: alley (especially in Venice)
calli- {prefix}  :: calli-
callicreina {f} [biochemistry]  :: kallikrein
callidamente {adv}  :: shrewdly, astutely
callidità {f} [literary]  :: shrewdness, astuteness
callido {adj} [literary]  :: shrewd, astute
callifugo {m}  :: corn plaster
calligrafia {f}  :: handwriting
calligrafia {f}  :: calligraphy
calligraficamente {adv}  :: calligraphically
calligrafico {adj}  :: handwriting (attributive)
calligrafico {adj}  :: calligraphic
calligrafismo {m}  :: Tendency to use excessive, formal affectations
calligrafo {m}  :: calligrapher, calligraphist
calligramma {m}  :: calligram
calliope {f}  :: The bird Calliope calliope: Siberian rubythroat
calliope {f}  :: calliope (musical instrument)
Calliope {prop} [Greek god]  :: Calliope, the Muse of eloquence and epic or heroic poetry
Calliope {prop}  :: given name
callipige {adj}  :: callipygian
Callipigia {prop}  :: Appellation of Venus
callista {mf}  :: chiropodist
callistenia {f}  :: calisthenics
callistenico {adj}  :: calisthenic
callo {m}  :: callus
callo {m}  :: corn (on the feet)
callo- {prefix}  :: Variant of calli- (beautiful)
callone {m}  :: A lock (on a weir, that lets boats pass)
callosio {m} [biochemistry]  :: callose
callosità {f}  :: corn, callus, callosity
calloso {adj}  :: callous, horny
callotipia {f}  :: calotyping, talbotyping
callotipo {m}  :: calotype, talbotype
calma {f}  :: calm, stillness, peacefulness
calma {f}  :: tranquility, peace and quiet
calma interiore {f}  :: inner peace, peace of mind
calmante {v}  :: present participle of calmare
calmante {adj}  :: relaxing
calmante {adj}  :: soothing
calmante {m}  :: painkiller
calmante {m}  :: sedative
calmante {m}  :: tranquillizer
calmantesi {v}  :: present participle of calmarsi
calmare {vt}  :: to calm, calm down
calmare {vt}  :: to relieve, lessen, ease
calmare i bollenti spiriti {v}  :: to draw in one's horns
calmare i bollenti spiriti {v}  :: to pull in one's horns
calmare i bollenti spiriti {v}  :: to cool one's jets
calmare i bollenti spiriti {v}  :: to hold one's horses
calmare i bollenti spiriti {v}  :: to calm down, chill, chill out, cool off, settle down
calmarsi {v}  :: reflexive of calmare
calmarsi {v}  :: to calm down
calmarsi {v}  :: to ease
calmarsi {v}  :: to subside
calmatosi {v}  :: past participle of calmarsi
calmieramento {m}  :: price control
calmierante {v}  :: present participle of calmierare
calmierare {vt}  :: To control the price of something
calmiere {m}  :: ceiling (highest permissible price)
calmissimo {adj}  :: Very calm, very quiet
calmo {adj}  :: calm, peaceful, quiet, still
calmucco {m}  :: Kalmyk
calo {m}  :: fall, drop, loss, decrease
calo- {prefix}  :: Variant of callo-
calocchia {f}  :: A pole used to support vines
calocchia {f}  :: The smaller stick of a flail
calocchia {f}  :: A pruned branch
Calogero {prop}  :: given name
calomelano {m} [inorganic compound]  :: calomel
calore {m}  :: warmth
calore {m}  :: heat
calore {m}  :: fervour
calore {m}  :: glow
Calore {prop}  :: A river that flows in Campania
calori- {prefix}  :: Used to form words related to heat
caloria {f}  :: calorie
caloricamente {adv}  :: calorically
calorico {adj}  :: caloric, calorific, calorie (attributive)
calorifero {m}  :: radiator (household radiator)
calorifico {adj}  :: calorific (heat producing)
calorigenesi {f}  :: calorigenesis
calorigeno {adj}  :: calorigenic
calorimetria {f} [physics]  :: calorimetry
calorimetrico {adj}  :: calorimetric
calorimetro {m} [physics]  :: calorimeter
calorizzazione {f}  :: calorization (heat treatment for steel)
calorosamente {adv}  :: warmly
calorosamente {adv}  :: fervently
calorosissimo {adj}  :: Very warm
calorosità {f}  :: warmth
caloroso {adj}  :: warming
caloroso {adj}  :: warm, hearty
caloroso {adj}  :: peppery, spicy (food)
caloscia {f}  :: Variant of galoche
calotipia {f}  :: calotype
calotta {f}  :: cap, cover
calotta {f}  :: crown (of a hat)
calotta cranica {f} [skeleton]  :: calvaria, skullcap
calpaina {f} [enzyme]  :: calpain
calpestabile {adj}  :: usable
calpestabile {adj}  :: walkable
calpestamento {m}  :: trampling
calpestamento {m}  :: humiliation, contempt
calpestante {v}  :: present participle of calpestare
calpestare {vt}  :: To trample or tread on something
calpestato {adj}  :: trodden
calpestio {m}  :: tread, treading
calpestio {m}  :: stamping trample
calta {f}  :: marsh marigold (of genus Caltha)
Caltagirone {prop}  :: A town in the province of Catania in Sicily
caltagironese {adj}  :: Of or from Caltagirone
Caltanissetta {prop}  :: Caltanisetta
calugine {f}  :: down
calumante {v}  :: present participle of calumare
calumare {vt} [nautical]  :: to pay out (rope)
calunnia {f}  :: slander, calumny
calunniabile {adj}  :: That can be slandered
calunniante {v}  :: present participle of calunniare
calunniare {vt}  :: To slander
calunniatore {m}  :: slanderer
calunniatrice {f}  :: slanderer (female)
calunniosamente {adv}  :: slanderously
calunnioso {adj}  :: slanderous
calura {f} [weather]  :: intense sticky heat
calura {f}  :: sultry passion
calutrone {m} [physics]  :: calutron
calva {f}  :: bald woman
calvario {m}  :: calvary
Calvario {prop}  :: Calvary
calvinismo {m}  :: Calvinism
calvinista {adj}  :: Calvinist
calvinista {mf}  :: Calvinist
calvinistico {adj}  :: Calvinistic
Calvino {prop}  :: Calvin
calvizie {f} [dermatology]  :: baldness, calvity
calvo {adj}  :: bald
calvo {m}  :: bald man
Calvo {prop}  :: surname
calza {f}  :: sock
calza {f}  :: stocking
calzamaglia {f}  :: tights
calzamaglia {f}  :: leotard
calzante {v}  :: present participle of calzare
calzante {adj}  :: appropriate
calzante {adj}  :: fitting
calzante {m}  :: shoehorn
calzare {vt}  :: To wear (shoes)
calzare {vt}  :: To put on
calzare {vi}  :: To fit (like a glove)
calzare {m}  :: sandal
calzare {m}  :: footwear
calzaretto {m}  :: puttee
calzascarpe {m}  :: shoehorn
calzatoia {f}  :: chock, wedge
calzatoio {m}  :: shoehorn
calzatura {f}  :: footwear, shoe
calzaturiera {f}  :: female worker in a shoe factory
calzaturiero {adj}  :: footwear (attribute), shoe (attribute)
calzaturiero {m}  :: worker in a shoe factory
calzaturificio {m}  :: shoe factory, shoe manufacturer
calzerotto {m}  :: ankle sock, short sock
calzetta {f}  :: ankle sock
calzettaio {m}  :: hosiery manufacturer
calzettaio {m}  :: hosier
calzetteria {f}  :: shoe shop
calzettone {m}  :: knee-high sock
calzificio {m}  :: hosiery factory
calzino {m}  :: sock (covering for the foot)
calzolaio {m}  :: shoemaker
calzolaio {m}  :: shoe repairer, cobbler
calzoleria {f}  :: shoe repair shop, cobbler's
calzoleria {f}  :: shoemaker's
calzoleria {f}  :: shoe shop
calzonciello {m}  :: A light turnover of pastry filled with mozzarella (or similar cheese), anchovies and parsley
calzoncino {m} [chiefly in the plural]  :: shorts, trunks
calzone {m}  :: trousers (especially in plural)
calzone {m}  :: calzone
calzoni alla zuava {n}  :: knickerbockers
calzonicco {m}  :: (especially in plural) A type of pasta, in the form of a half-moon, stuffed with a meat filling of sweetbreads or brains etc
calzuolo {m}  :: wedge
Cam {prop} [Biblical character]  :: Ham
camaldolese {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to Camaldoli
camaldolese {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to the Benedictine order of Camaldoli
camaldolese {mf}  :: Native or inhabitant of Camaldoli
camaldolese {mf}  :: Monk or nun of that order
Camaldoli {prop}  :: A small town near Arezzo in Tuscany; the home of a Benedictine order
camaleonte {m}  :: chameleon
camaleonticamente {adv}  :: In the manner of a chameleon
camaleontico {adj}  :: chameleon-like
camaleontismo {m}  :: Being fickle; changing one's opinion as others wish (being chameleon-like)
camallo {m}  :: docker, longshoreman
Camanni {prop}  :: surname
Camanni {prop}  :: Enrico Camanni, Italian writer
camarilla {f}  :: camarilla
camauro {m}  :: camauro
cambiabile {adj}  :: exchangeable
cambiadischi {m}  :: autochanger (on a record player)
cambiale {f}  :: bill of exchange
cambiale {f}  :: promissory note
cambiamento {m}  :: A change or shift
cambiamento {m}  :: A turn
cambiamento climatico {m}  :: A climate change
cambiamonete {m}  :: moneychanger
cambiante {v}  :: present participle of cambiare
cambiantesi {v}  :: present participle of cambiarsi
cambiar {v}  :: apocopic form of cambiare
cambiare {vt}  :: to exchange
cambiare {vt}  :: to change
cambiare idea {vi}  :: To change one's mind
cambiario {adj}  :: exchange (attributive)
cambiarsi {v}  :: reflexive of cambiare
cambiarsi {v}  :: to change (oneself)
cambiarsi {v}  :: to get changed (change one's clothes)
cambiarsi {v}  :: to change places, swap
cambiatensione {m}  :: transformer (electrical)
cambiatosi {v}  :: past participle of cambiarsi
cambiavalute {m}  :: bureau de change
cambio {m}  :: exchange
cambio {m}  :: change
cambio {m}  :: gear (of a motor vehicle)
cambio {m}  :: relief
cambio della guardia {m}  :: changing of the guard (also figuratively)
cambista {mf}  :: foreign exchange dealer
Cambogia {prop}  :: Cambodia
cambogiana {f}  :: Cambodian (female)
cambogiano {adj}  :: Cambodian
cambogiano {m}  :: Cambodian
cambogiano {m} [singular only]  :: The Cambodian language
cambrì {m}  :: cambric
cambra {f}  :: cramp, clamp
cambratrice {f}  :: A machine used for shaping the front part of the upper of a shoe
cambretta {f}  :: staple
cambriano {adj}  :: Cambrian
cambriano {m}  :: Cambrian
Cambriano {adj}  :: Cambrian
Cambriano {m}  :: Cambrian
Cambrici {prop}  :: Cambrian mountains
cambusa {f} [nautical]  :: galley, storeroom (storage for food on a ship)
cambusa {f} [Wiktionary and WMF jargon]  :: archive (of a discussion page)
cambusada {f} [Wiktionary and WMF jargon]  :: archival (of a discussion page)
cambusare {v} [Wiktionary and WMF jargon]  :: To archive a discussion page
cambusiere {m} [nautical]  :: storekeeper
cambusiere {m} [Wiktionary and WMF jargon]  :: archiver (of a discussion page)
cameceraso {m}  :: The Alpine honeysuckle (Lonicera alpigena)
camedrio {m}  :: avens (Of genus Dryas)
camefita {f}  :: chamaephyte
camelia {f}  :: camellia
camelide {m}  :: camel (any animal of the family Camelidae)
cameo {m}  :: cameo (short appearance)
camera {f}  :: room; chamber (all senses)
camera {f}  :: bedroom
camera {f}  :: assembly, parliament
camera {f}  :: camera (for taking moving pictures)
camera a gas {f}  :: gas chamber
camera da letto {f}  :: bedroom
camera degli ospiti {f}  :: guest room
camera di commercio {f}  :: chamber of commerce
camerale {adj}  :: chamber (attributive)
camerale {adj}  :: chamber of commerce (attributive)
camerale {adj}  :: financial
cameralismo {m}  :: cameralism
cameralista {mf}  :: cameralist
cameraman {mf}  :: cameraman
camera matrimoniale {f}  :: master bedroom
camera matrimoniale {f}  :: double bedroom (in a hotel)
cameramento {m}  :: The loading of a cartridge or bullet into the chamber of a firearm
camera mortuaria {f}  :: mortuary, morgue
camera mortuaria {f}  :: mortuary chapel
camerante {v}  :: present participle of camerare
camera oscura {f}  :: darkroom
camera ottica {f}  :: darkroom
camerare {v}  :: To load a cartridge or bullet into the chamber of a firearm
camerata {f}  :: dormitory
camerata {mf} [archaic]  :: companion, mate
camerata {mf} [chiefly historical]  :: A fellow fascist or otherwise politically rightist person
camerata {mf}  :: A title, functionally similar to "Mr.", "Mrs.", "Miss", "Ms." etc, in right-wing circles
cameratescamente {adv}  :: comradely
cameratesco {adj}  :: comradely
cameratismo {m}  :: comradeship, camaraderie, fellowship
cameretta {f}  :: Small room, especially a small bedroom (for a child)
cameriera {f}  :: waitress
cameriera {f}  :: maid, housemaid
cameriera {f}  :: chambermaid
cameriere {m}  :: waiter
cameriere {m}  :: valet, manservant
camerino {m}  :: dressing room (in a theatre)
Camerino {prop}  :: A small town in the Macerata province of Marche
camerista {mf}  :: musician who plays chamber music
cameristico {adj} [music]  :: chamber, chamber music (attributive)
camerlengo {m}  :: chamberlain
camerone {m}  :: hall (large room, especially one in an institution used as a dormitory or refectory)
camerto {adj}  :: Of or from Camerino
Camerun {prop}  :: Cameroon
camerunense {adj}  :: Cameroonian
camerunense {mf}  :: Cameroonian
camerunese {adj}  :: Variant of camerunense
camerunese {mf}  :: Variant of camerunense
camice {m}  :: white coat (of a technician, doctor etc)
camice {m}  :: gown (of a surgeon)
camice {m}  :: alb (of a priest)
camiceria {f}  :: shirt factory or shop
camicetta {f}  :: blouse
camicia {f}  :: A shirt, a dress shirt
camicia da notte {mf}  :: nightgown
camicia di contenzione {f}  :: straitjacket
camiciaia {f}  :: shirtmaker (female)
camiciaia {f}  :: shirtseller (female)
camiciaio {m}  :: shirtmaker
camiciaio {m}  :: shirtseller
camicino {m}  :: bodice
camicino {m}  :: nightshirt (infant)
camiciola {f}  :: vest
camicione {m}  :: chemise
Camicione {prop}  :: surname most notably that of Camicione de' Pazzi
camiciotto {m}  :: Loose, casual shirt
camiciotto {m}  :: smock
Camilla {prop}  :: given name
camilliano {adj}  :: Camillian
camilliano {m}  :: Camillian
Camillo {prop}  :: given name
caminetto {m}  :: fireplace
caminiera {f}  :: fireguard, firescreen
caminiera {f}  :: mantlepiece (or a mirror over a mantlepiece)
camino {m}  :: fireplace
camino {m}  :: chimney
camion {m}  :: lorry [British]
camion {m}  :: truck [US]
camionabile {adj}  :: Suitable for heavy vehicles
camionabile {f}  :: Such a road
camionale {adj}  :: lorry / truck (attributive)
camionata {f}  :: lorryload / truckload
camioncino {m}  :: van (small trade vehicle)
camionetta {f}  :: jeep
camionista {f}  :: lorry driver, trucker
Camiro {prop}  :: Kameiros, Camirus
camisaccio {m} [nautical]  :: Sailor's blouse
camiscia {f}  :: obsolete form of camicia
Camiscion {prop}  :: apocopic form of Camiscione
Camiscione {prop}  :: surname alternative form of Camicione
camita {mf}  :: Hamite (north African people)
camitico {adj}  :: Hamitic
camma {f}  :: cam
Cammarata {prop}  :: A village in the Agrigento province of Sicily
Cammarata {prop}  :: surname
cammellata {f}  :: camel trek
cammellato {adj}  :: camel-borne
cammelliere {m}  :: camel driver
cammello {m}  :: camel
cammellotto {m}  :: camlet
cammeo {m}  :: cameo
Cammilla {prop}  :: given name variant of Camilla
cammin {m} [poetic]  :: journey (abbreviated form of camminata)
camminamento {m} [military]  :: communication trench
camminante {v}  :: present participle of camminare
camminar {v}  :: apocopic form of camminare
camminare {vi}  :: to walk; to travel; to wander, to stroll, to saunter
camminare {vi}  :: to proceed
camminare {vi}  :: to progress
camminare {m}  :: walking
camminare {m}  :: walk, gait
camminare a fatica {v}  :: to slog
camminare a fatica {v}  :: To walk slowly, encountering resistance
camminata {f}  :: walk, especially a long one
camminata {f}  :: style of walking
camminatore {m}  :: walker
camminatrice {f}  :: walker (female)
cammino {m}  :: walk, way, path (in idiomatic senses)
camola {f}  :: moth
camola {f}  :: woodworm
camomilla {f} [plant, beverage]  :: camomile
Camonica {prop}  :: An alpine region of northern Lombardy
camorra {prop}  :: The Neapolitan equivalent of the Mafia
camorra {f}  :: racket (noise)
camorrismo {m}  :: Camorrism
camorrista {mf}  :: Member of the Camorra
camorristicamente {adv}  :: in the manner of the Camorra
camorristico {adj}  :: Camorra (attributive)
camoscio {m}  :: chamois (mammal)
camoscio {m}  :: suede, chamois
camozza {f}  :: chamois (female)
campa cavallo {idiom}  :: (dated) Something, that is eagerly, but hopelessly, anticipated
campagna {f}  :: rural area: country, countryside
campagna {f}  :: cultivated land: farmland, land
campagna {f}  :: campaign
campagna {f} [heraldry]  :: base; lower part of the field
campagna elettorale {f}  :: election campaign
campagnola {f}  :: countrywoman; (female) peasant, yokel, bumpkin, rustic
campagnolo {adj}  :: country (attributive), rural
campagnolo {m}  :: countryman, peasant, yokel, bumpkin, rustic
campale {adj}  :: field (attributive, military)
campana {f}  :: bell
campanaccio {m}  :: cowbell
campanaccio {m}  :: goat bell
campanario {adj}  :: bell (attributive)
campanaro {m}  :: bell ringer (especially in a church or convent etc)
campana subacquea {f}  :: diving bell
campanella {f}  :: small bell (in a school or factory)
campanella {f}  :: campanula
Campanella {prop}  :: surname
Campanella {prop}  :: Tommaso Campanella, Italian philosopher and writer
campanelliano {adj} [philosophy]  :: Relating to, or characteristic of Italian philosopher Tommaso Campanella
campanellino {m}  :: tintinnabulum (small bell)
campanellino {m} [botany]  :: spring snowflake
Campanellino {prop}  :: Tinkerbell (fictional fairy)
campanello {m}  :: (doorbell) doorbell, bell
campanello {m}  :: handbell
campanello {m} [of a bicycle]  :: bell
campanello {m}  :: (plural) glockenspiel
campanello d'allarme {m} [figuratively]  :: alarm bell, warning signal (a sudden awareness of danger)
Campania {prop}  :: Campania
campaniforme {adj}  :: campaniform
campanile {m}  :: bell tower
campanile {m}  :: belfry
campanilismo {m}  :: parochialism
campanilista {adj}  :: parochial
campanilisticamente {adv}  :: parochially
campanilistico {adj}  :: parochial
campano {adj}  :: Of or from Campania
Campano {prop}  :: surname
campanone {m}  :: Large bell
campanone {m} [military]  :: bombard
campante {v}  :: present participle of campare
campanula {f}  :: bellflower
campanula {f}  :: harebell
campanulare {adj}  :: campanulate (bell-shaped)
campanulato {adj}  :: bell-shaped (flower)
campare {vi}  :: To live, manage or get by (on)
Campari e soda {n}  :: an aperitif of Campari and soda water; sometime sold pre-mixed in a small conical bottle
campata {f}  :: span
campato {adj}  :: Only used in the phrase campato in aria
campeggiamento {m}  :: encampment
campeggiante {v}  :: present participle of campeggiare
campeggiare {vi}  :: to camp
campeggiare {vi}  :: to stand out [of a picture]
campeggiatore {m}  :: A camper (person who camps)
campeggiatrice {f}  :: camper (woman who camps)
campeggio {m}  :: camping
campeggio {m}  :: campsite, campground
campeggista {mf}  :: camper
campeggistico {adj}  :: camping (attributive)
campente {v}  :: present participle of campire
camper {m}  :: campervan, camper
camperista {mf}  :: campervan / recreational vehicle enthusiast
campestre {adj}  :: country (attributive), cross-country, rural
campestremente {adv}  :: In a country manner; rurally
campetto {m}  :: Small field, especially a small sports field or training ground
campetto {m}  :: croft
campicchiante {v}  :: present participle of campicchiare
campicchiare {vi}  :: To scrape along, scrape by, get along, get by
campicello {m}  :: A small field
campicello {m}  :: croft
campidanese {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to Campidano
campidanese {mf}  :: A native or inhabitant of Campidano
Campidano {prop}  :: A fertile plain in Sardinia
Campidano {m}  :: A red wine produced in this area
Campidoglio {prop}  :: The Capitoline Hill, one of the Seven hills of Rome
Campidoglio {prop} [narrowing]  :: An ancient square located on top of the hill
Campidoglio {prop} [narrowing]  :: The Senatorial Palace, representative of the municipality of Rome
Campidoglio {prop} [metonymy]  :: The mayor of the Rome municipality
campiello {m}  :: A typical little Venetian square
camping {m}  :: campsite
campionamento {m}  :: sampling (all senses)
campionamento {m}  :: calibration
campionante {v}  :: present participle of campionare
campionare {vt}  :: To sample
campionario {adj}  :: trade (attributive, of a fair)
campionario {adj}  :: sampling (attributive)
campionario {adj}  :: sample (attributive)
campionario {m}  :: sample book
campionario {m}  :: samples, collection
campionario {m} [figuratively]  :: range, cross section
campionato {m}  :: championship
campionatore {m} [music, chemistry]  :: sampler (device)
campionatura {f}  :: sampling
campioncina {f}  :: A young champion (female)
campioncino {m}  :: A young champion
campioncino {m}  :: sample (generally of beauty products)
campione {m}  :: champion, ace, master
campione {m}  :: sample, specimen
campione {m}  :: freebie
campione {m}  :: swag
campione {adj}  :: champion (sport)
campione {adj}  :: sample, model (attribute)
campionessa {f}  :: (female) champion
campionissimo {m}  :: great or true champion (champion of champions)
campionista {mf}  :: sampler
campire {vt} [arts]  :: to paint in (an area of background)
campito {adj}  :: painted in
campitura {f}  :: painting in (of a background)
campitura {f}  :: a painted background
campo {m}  :: field (agricultural, sports)
campo {m}  :: battlefield, airfield
campo {m}  :: range
campo {m}  :: signal (mobile network)
campo {m}  :: shot (film)
campo {m} [arts]  :: background (of a painting)
campo {m} [in Venice]  :: square (smaller than a piazza)
campo {m}  :: tether (the limit of one's abilities, resources etc)
Campobasso {prop}  :: Campobasso (province)
Campobasso {prop}  :: Campobasso (town)
campo da calcio {m} [football]  :: football pitch
campo da gioco {m} [sports]  :: playing field
campo da golf {m} [golf]  :: golf course
campo da tennis {m} [tennis]  :: tennis court
campo d'aviazione {m}  :: airfield, aerodrome
campo di aviazione {m}  :: airfield
campo di battaglia {m}  :: battlefield
campo di concentramento {m}  :: concentration camp
campo di cricket {m} [cricket]  :: cricket field, cricket ground
campo di gioco {m} [sports]  :: playing field
campo di grano {m}  :: cornfield, wheatfield
campo di prigionìa {m}  :: compound (enclosure within which workers, prisoners, or soldiers are confined)
campo di prigionìa {m}  :: prison camp
campo di visibilità {m}  :: field of vision
campo elettrico {m} [electricity]  :: electric field
campo giochi {m}  :: playground
campo lungo {m} [photography, cinema]  :: long shot
campo magnetico {m} [physics]  :: magnetic field
campo petrolifero {m}  :: oilfield
camporella {n}  :: Only used in the term andare in camporella
campo santo {m}  :: alternative spelling of camposanto
camposanto {m}  :: burial place or cemetery
camptodattilia {f} [pathology]  :: camptodactyly
Camuccini {prop}  :: surname
Camuccini {prop}  :: Vincenzo Camuccini, Italian painter
camuffamento {m}  :: disguise, camouflage
camuffante {v}  :: present participle of camuffare
camuffantesi {v}  :: present participle of camuffarsi
camuffare {vt}  :: To disguise
camuffare {vt}  :: To hide
camuffarsi {vr}  :: To disguise oneself
camuffatosi {v}  :: past participle of camuffarsi
camuna {f}  :: Camun, Camunian (female)
camuno {m}  :: Camun, Camunian
camuno {adj}  :: Camun, Camunian
camuso {adj}  :: snub
camuso {adj}  :: snub-nosed
can {m} [poetic and literary form of cane]  :: dog
can {m}  :: khan
cana {f} [rare]  :: marijuana cigarette, joint
Canada {prop}  :: Canada
canadair {m}  :: firefighting aircraft
canadese {adj}  :: Canadian
canadese {mf}  :: Canadian
canaglia {f}  :: scoundrel, rogue
canagliata {f}  :: dirty trick, mischief
canagliesco {adj}  :: roguish
canagliume {m}  :: rabble, motley crew
canaio {m}  :: dog breeder
canaio {m} [regional]  :: row, din, racket
canaiolo {m}  :: A red wine made from Canaiolo grapes
Canaiolo {m}  :: Cabaiolo
canale {m}  :: channel
canale {m}  :: canal
canale {m}  :: conduit
canale {m} [anatomy]  :: duct, canal
canale deferente {m} [anatomy]  :: vas deferens
canale di drenaggio {m}  :: gutter
canale di scolo {m}  :: gutter
canaletta {f}  :: raceway (conduit for organizing power cabling)
canaletto {m}  :: A small canal
Canali {prop}  :: surname
canalicolo {m} [anatomy, botany]  :: canaliculus
canalina {f}  :: conduit (rectangular trunking for electrical cables)
canalino {m}  :: A small channel
canalino {m}  :: furrow, groove
canalizzante {v}  :: present participle of canalizzare
canalizzare {vt}  :: to canalize
canalizzare {vt}  :: to channel
canalizzazione {f}  :: canalization
canalone {m} [geology]  :: gorge
cananaico {adj}  :: Canaanitic
cananeo {adj}  :: Canaanite
cananeo {m}  :: Canaanite
canapè {m} [furniture]  :: settee, couch
canapè {m} [furniture]  :: canapé
canapa {f}  :: hemp
canapaia {f}  :: hempland
canapaio {m}  :: hemp worker or seller
canapicolo {adj}  :: Relating to the cultivation of hemp
canapicoltore {m}  :: hemp grower
canapicoltura {f}  :: hemp growing
canapiendola {f}  :: swing
canapiendola {f}  :: seesaw
canapiero {adj}  :: hemp (attributive)
canapificio {m}  :: hemp mill
canapiglia {f}  :: gadwall
canapina {f}  :: hemp cloth
canapino {adj}  :: hempen
canapo {m}  :: hawser
canapuccia {f} [botany]  :: hemp seed
canapule {m}  :: hemp stalk (used as fuel)
canapulo {m}  :: alternative form of canapule
canard {m}  :: canard, hoax
canarese {adj}  :: Kannada (attributive)
canarese {m}  :: Kannada (language)
canaria {f}  :: canary (variant of canarino)
Canarie {prop}  :: Canaries
canarino {m}  :: canary
canarino {m} [colloquial]  :: squealer
canarino del Mozambico {m}  :: yellow-fronted canary or green singing finch
canarino frontegialla {m}  :: yellow-fronted canary or green singing finch
canarino petto giallo {m}  :: lemon-breasted seedeater
canarino solferino {m}  :: brimstone canary
canarino solforato {m}  :: brimstone canary
canavaccio {m}  :: alternative form of canovaccio
canavesano {adj}  :: Of or from Canavese
Canavese {prop}  :: A region of north-west Italy mostly in present-day Piemonte
Canberra {prop}  :: Canberra
cancellabile {adj}  :: erasable, deletable
cancellabilità {f}  :: Property of being erasable or cancellable
cancellamento {m}  :: cancellation
cancellamento {m}  :: erasure, deletion
cancellante {v}  :: present participle of cancellare
cancellantesi {v}  :: present participle of cancellarsi
Cancellara {prop}  :: A small town in the province of Potenza in Basilicata
cancellare {vt}  :: to delete, to rub out
cancellare {vt}  :: to cross out
cancellarsi {v}  :: reflexive of cancellare
cancellarsi {vr}  :: to be erased, deleted
cancellarsi {vr}  :: to fade
cancellata {f}  :: (especially in plural) railings
cancellato {adj}  :: erased
cancellato {adj}  :: removed
cancellato {adj}  :: crossed out
cancellatosi {v}  :: past participle of cancellarsi
cancellatura {f}  :: erasure, deletion
cancellatura {f}  :: crossing out
cancellatura {f}  :: annulment
cancellatura {f}  :: cancellation
cancellazione {f}  :: cancellation
cancellazione {f}  :: erasure, deletion
cancelleresco {adj}  :: chancellery, chancery (attributive)
cancelleria {f}  :: chancery
cancelleria {f}  :: stationery (writing paper)
cancelletto {m}  :: A small gate (door-like structure)
cancelletto {m}  :: hash, hash sign, number sign, octothorpe, pound sign (the # symbol)
cancelliera {f}  :: chancellor (female)
cancellierato {m}  :: chancellorship
cancelliere {m}  :: chancellor
cancelliere {m}  :: clerk of the court
cancellino {m}  :: rubber, eraser, duster (especially for a blackboard)
cancello {m}  :: gate, fence
cancerizzante {v}  :: present participle of cancerizzarsi
cancerizzantesi {v}  :: present participle of cancerizzarsi
cancerizzarsi {vr}  :: To become cancerous
cancerizzatosi {v}  :: past participle of cancerizzarsi
cancerizzazione {f} [oncology]  :: cancerization
cancerofobia {f}  :: cancerophobia (fear of developing a malignant growth)
cancerogenesi {f}  :: cancerogenesis, carcinogenesis
cancerogenicità {f}  :: carcinogenicity
cancerogeno {adj}  :: carcinogenic
cancerogeno {m}  :: carcinogen
cancerologia {f}  :: oncology
cancerologo {m}  :: oncologist
canceroso {adj}  :: cancerous
can che abbaia non morde {proverb}  :: barking dogs never bite; barking dogs seldom bite
canchero {m}  :: alternative form of cancro
cancrena {f} [pathology]  :: gangrene
cancrenoso {adj}  :: gangrenous
cancrizzante {adj} [music]  :: crabwise, retrograde (in counterpoint)
cancro {m} [oncology]  :: cancer
Cancro {prop}  :: Cancer (the constellation)
Cancro {prop}  :: Cancer (the star sign)
candarere {m}  :: alternative form of candeliere
candeggiante {v}  :: present participle of candeggiare
candeggiante {m}  :: bleach
candeggiante {adj}  :: bleaching
candeggiare {vt}  :: To bleach
candeggina {f}  :: bleach, disinfectant (domestic)
candeggio {m}  :: bleaching
candela {f}  :: candle
candela {f}  :: spark plug
candela {f}  :: candela
candela {f} [slang]  :: snot
candela {f}  :: chandelle (aerobatic maneuver)
candelabro {m}  :: candelabrum, branched candlestick
candelaggio {m}  :: candlepower
candelaio {m}  :: chandler (candle maker)
Candelaro {prop}  :: A river that flows in Apulia
candeletta {f}  :: suppository
candeliere {m}  :: candlestick
candeliere {m} [nautical]  :: stanchion
candelina {f}  :: birthday candle
candelina {f}  :: small candle
Candelora {f}  :: Candlemas
candelotto {m}  :: a short candle, or candle-shaped object
candelotto di zolfo {m}  :: sulfur candle
candente {v}  :: present participle of candire
candida {f}  :: candida (fungus)
candidabile {adj}  :: That can be presented as a candidate
candidabilità {f}  :: eligibility, ability to be presented as a candidate
candidamente {adv}  :: innocently
candidamente {adv}  :: candidly
candidante {v}  :: present participle of candidare
candidantesi {v}  :: present participle of candidarsi
candidare {vt}  :: To present someone as a candidate, especially for a public post
candidarsi {v}  :: reflexive of candidare
candidarsi {vr}  :: to present oneself as a candidate [especially for a public post]
candidata {f}  :: candidate (female)
candidata {f}  :: applicant (female)
candidato {m}  :: candidate
candidato {m}  :: applicant
candidatosi {v}  :: past participle of candidarsi
candidatura {f}  :: candidature, candidacy
candidatura {f}  :: application
candidezza {f}  :: whiteness
candidezza {f}  :: purity, innocence
candidiasi {f}  :: Variant of candidosi
candidissimo {adj}  :: Very white
candidissimo {adj}  :: Very pure
candidissimo {adj}  :: Very candid
candido {adj}  :: white (pure)
candido {adj}  :: ingenuous, naive
candido {adj}  :: candid, frank
candido {adj}  :: pure, innocent
Candido {prop}  :: given name
candidosi {f} [medicine]  :: candidiasis
candire {vt}  :: to candy (preserve fruit by boiling in syrup)
candire {vt}  :: to blanch, whiten
candito {adj}  :: candied
candito {m}  :: A single piece of candied fruit
candito {m} [in the plural]  :: candied fruit
canditura {f}  :: candying; The process, or the result of preserving fruit by boiling with syrup
canditura {f}  :: candied fruit
candore {m}  :: white (an immaculate or bright white colour)
candore {m}  :: candor [US], candour [British]
candore {m}  :: naivety, ingenuousness
cane {m}  :: dog in general, male dog
cane {m} [firearms]  :: hammer
cane {adj}  :: freezing, biting (cold)
cane {adj}  :: terrible, dreadful, awful
canea {f}  :: Loud barking (of dogs)
canea {f}  :: (by extension) uproar, row, racket
cane che abbaia non morde {proverb}  :: rare form of can che abbaia non morde
cane da caccia {m}  :: hound, hunter, hunting dog
cane d'acqua {m}  :: water dog
cane da ferma {m}  :: pointer (dog)
cane da penna {m}  :: bird dog, gun dog
cane da riporto {m}  :: retriever (dog)
canederlo {m} [chiefly in the plural]  :: Big round poached or boiled potato or bread dumplings, made without yeast, often filled
canefora {f}  :: canephora
cane lupo {m}  :: German shepherd, Alsatian
cane lupo {m}  :: wolfdog
Canepina {prop}  :: A small town in the Viterbo province of Lazio
canepinese {adj}  :: Of or from Canepina
cane poliziotto {m}  :: police dog
canestra {f}  :: (large) wicker basket
canestraia {f}  :: basket maker (female)
canestraia {f}  :: basket seller (female)
canestraio {m}  :: basket maker
canestraio {m}  :: basket seller
canestrato {m}  :: A semi-hard Sicilian cheese
canestrello {m}  :: grommet
canestrello {m}  :: scallop
canestrino {m}  :: A small basket
canestro {m}  :: basket (normal, and in basketball)
Canetta {prop}  :: surname
canettiere {m}  :: huntsman (with dogs)
canevaccio {m}  :: alternative form of canovaccio
Canevascini {prop}  :: surname
canevazza {f}  :: rag
canevazza {f}  :: duster
canfora {f}  :: camphor
canforaceo {adj}  :: camphoraceous
canforante {v}  :: present participle of canforare
canforare {vt}  :: To treat with camphor, to camphorate
canforato {adj}  :: camphorated
cangiabile {adj}  :: changeable
cangiamento {m} [literary]  :: alternative form of cambiamento
cangiante {v}  :: present participle of cangiare
cangiante {adj}  :: shot, iridescent
cangiar {v}  :: apocopic form of cangiare
cangiare {v}  :: alternative form of cambiare
cangiare {n} [rare]  :: change
cangiarro {m}  :: A type of Turkish dagger with a curved blade
canguro {m}  :: kangaroo
canicolare {adj}  :: scorching
canide {m}  :: canid (dog, wolf etc)
canile {m}  :: kennel
caninamente {adv}  :: in a canine manner
canino {adj}  :: canine
canino {adj} [anatomy]  :: caninus
canino {m}  :: canine (tooth)
canino {m} [muscle]  :: caninus
canizie {f}  :: Whitening or greying of the hair
canizie {f}  :: old age
canna {f}  :: cane
canna {f}  :: barrel (of a gun)
canna {f}  :: rod (fishing)
canna {f}  :: tube, pipe (on a pump organ or a trachea)
canna {f}  :: chute
canna {f} [slang]  :: joint
cannabinoide {m} [organic chemistry]  :: cannabinoid
cannabinoido {m}  :: cannabinoid
cannabismo {m} [pathology]  :: cannabism
canna da pesca {f}  :: fishing rod, fishing pole
canna da zucchero {f}  :: sugarcane
canna fumaria {f}  :: flue
cannaiola {f}  :: reed warbler
canna metrica {f}  :: measuring rod
cannante {v}  :: present participle of cannare
cannare {vt}  :: to bungle, screw up
cannare {vt}  :: to fail, flunk [an exam]
cannareccione {m}  :: great reed warbler (bird of the genus Acrocephalus arundinaceus)
Cannaregio {prop}  :: Cannaregio
Canne {prop}  :: Cannae
canneggiante {v}  :: present participle of canneggiare
canneggiare {v}  :: to survey using a measuring rod and theodolite
canneggiatore {m}  :: surveyor's assistant (who holds the measuring rod)
canneggio {m} [music]  :: The tube that constitutes the horn or bell of a brass instrument
cannella {f}  :: cinnamon (spice)
cannella {f}  :: cinnamon (colour)
cannella {f}  :: [Tuscany] faucet, household water tap, spigot
cannellato {adj}  :: scalloped
cannellato {adj} [heraldry]  :: invected
cannellino {m} [chiefly in the plural]  :: cannellini bean
cannello {m}  :: tube
cannello {m}  :: stick
cannello {m}  :: pipette
cannello {m}  :: blowpipe
cannello ferruminatorio {m}  :: blowpipe
cannellone {m} [chiefly in the plural]  :: large tubes of pasta with a savoury filling baked in the oven
canneté {m}  :: grosgrain
canneto {m}  :: reed bed, canebrake
cannetta {f}  :: diminutive of canna
cannetta {f}  :: small or thin reed, small or thin cane
cannetta {f}  :: penholder
cannibale {mf}  :: cannibal
cannibalescamente {adv}  :: cannibalistically
cannibalesco {adj}  :: cannibalistic
cannibalismo {m}  :: cannibalism
cannibalistico {adj}  :: cannibalistic
cannibalizzante {v}  :: present participle of cannibalizzare
cannibalizzare {vt}  :: to cannibalize
cannibalizzazione {f}  :: cannibalization
cannicciata {f}  :: cane or slat fencing
cannicciata {f}  :: lattice
canniccio {m}  :: reed matting
cannista {mf}  :: angler
Cannizzaro {prop} [feminine only]  :: A small town in the province of Catania in Sicily, in the municipality of Aci Castello
Cannizzaro {prop}  :: surname
Cannizzaro {prop} [masculine only]  :: Stanislao Cannizzaro (1826–1910), Italian chemist noted for the Cannizzaro reaction
cannocchiale {m}  :: telescope
cannocchiale {m}  :: spyglass
cannolicchio {m}  :: razor shell (Ensis arcuatus, now Ensis magnus)
cannolo {m} [rare]  :: little tube
cannolo {m} [chiefly in the plural]  :: cannoli (tube of fried pastry filled with ricotta)
cannonata {f}  :: The firing of a cannon
cannoncino {m}  :: light artillery gun
cannoncino {m}  :: box pleat
cannoncino {m}  :: cream horn (pastry)
cannone {m}  :: cannon (all armament senses)
cannone {m}  :: ace (person who excels - rare)
cannone {m}  :: large tube or pipe (rare)
cannone {m}  :: box pleat (rare)
cannone {m} [smoking, slang]  :: joint (larger or more powerful canna)
cannoneggiamento {m}  :: cannonade
cannoneggiante {v}  :: present participle of cannoneggiare
cannoneggiare {vt}  :: To shell (with artillery)
cannoniera {f}  :: gunboat
cannoniera {f}  :: embrasure
cannoniere {m}  :: gunner
cannoniere {m}  :: striker (football)
cannonissimo {m}  :: Any of several very large artillery cannons (especially as used by the Germans in the Second World War)
cannoso {adj}  :: reedy
cannuccia {f}  :: drinking straw
cannula {f}  :: cannula
cano {adj}  :: hoary-haired, white-haired
canoa {f}  :: canoe
canoa {f} [sports]  :: canoeing
canocchia {f}  :: squill (Squilla mantis)
canocchiale {m} [colloquial]  :: telescope
canoismo {m}  :: canoeing
canoista {mf} [sports]  :: canoeist, canoer
canoistico {adj}  :: canoe (attributive)
canoncino {m} [printing, dated]  :: 28-cicero type
canone {m} [chiefly in the plural]  :: canon, rule, norm
canone {m}  :: rent, fee
canone {m}  :: canon, round (religious music)
canone {m} [printing, dated]  :: 40- and 44-cicero type, the later taken as equivalent to the English canon
canone cancrizzante {m} [music]  :: crab canon
canonica {f}  :: presbytery, manse
canonicale {adj}  :: canon (person, attributive)
canonicamente {adv}  :: canonically
canonicità {f}  :: canonicity
canonico {adj}  :: canonical
canonico {m}  :: canon
canonista {mf}  :: canonist
canonizzabile {adj}  :: canonizable
canonizzante {v}  :: present participle of canonizzare
canonizzare {vt}  :: to canonize
canonizzazione {f}  :: canonization
canopia {f}  :: canopy
canopico {adj}  :: canopic (all senses)
canopo {m}  :: canopic jar
Canopo {prop}  :: Canopus
canorità {f}  :: melodiousness
canoro {adj}  :: that sings well
Canosa di Puglia {prop}  :: A town in the province of Barletta-Andria-Trani in Puglia
canoscenza {f}  :: Variant of conoscenza
canotta {f}  :: vest [British], singlet
canottaggio {m} [rowing]  :: rowing
canottiera {f}  :: vest [British], singlet
canottiera {f}  :: chemise
canottiera {f} [rowing]  :: rower {f}
canottiere {m} [rowing]  :: rower, oarsman
canotto {m} [nautical]  :: dinghy
Canova {prop}  :: surname
Canova {prop}  :: Antonio Canova, Italian sculptor and painter
canovaccio {m}  :: canvas (cloth)
canovaccio {m}  :: dishcloth
canovaccio {m}  :: cloth (for cleaning)
canovaccio {m}  :: plot
canovaccio {m}  :: draft
canrenoato {m} [organic chemistry]  :: canrenoate
cant {m}  :: apocopic form of canto
cantabile {m}  :: cantabile
cantabile {adj}  :: cantabile
cantabile {adj}  :: singable
cantabile {adv}  :: cantabile
cantabilità {f}  :: Property of being singable
cantabilità {f}  :: Property of being cantabile
Cantabria {prop}  :: Cantabria
Cantabrici {prop}  :: Cantabrian mountains
cantabrico {adj}  :: Cantabrian
cantabrico {m}  :: Cantabrian
cantabrico {prop}  :: the Cantabrian language
cantafavola {f}  :: rigmarole
cantambanco {m}  :: balladeer, storyteller
cantambanco {m}  :: charlatan
cantante {mf}  :: singer
cantante {v}  :: present participle of cantare
cantare {v}  :: to sing
cantarello giallo {m} [mushrooms]  :: chanterelle, golden chanterelle, girolle (Cantharellus cibarius)
cantaride {f}  :: Spanish fly (fly of genus Cantharis, and medicinal product)
cantaride {f}  :: cantharides
cantaridina {f} [organic compound]  :: cantharidin
cantaro {m}  :: sea bream
cantaro {m}  :: drinking vessel
cantastorie {mf}  :: storyteller
cantata {f}  :: song
cantata {f}  :: singalong
cantatore {adj}  :: singing
cantatore {m} [rare]  :: singer
cantatrice {f} [rare]  :: singer (female)
cantautorale {adj}  :: singer-songwriter (attributive)
cantautore {m} [musician]  :: singer-songwriter
cantautrice {f} [musician]  :: singer-songwriter
Cantello {prop}  :: A small town in the Varese province of Lombardy
cantera {f}  :: drawer (of a chest)
cantera {f}  :: A piece of furniture usually multiple parallel, horizontal drawers stacked one above each other, used mainly for the storage of clean clothes
canterano {m} [furniture]  :: chest of drawers, commode
canterano {m}  :: bureau [US]
canterano {m}  :: dresser
canterano {m} [furniture]  :: A piece of furniture which has multiple parallel, horizontal drawers stacked one above each other, used mainly for the storage of clean clothes
Canterbury {prop}  :: Canterbury (city)
canterellante {v}  :: present participle of canterellare
canterellare {v}  :: Variant of canticchiare
canterino {adj}  :: singing
cantero {m} [regional]  :: chamber pot
cantica {f}  :: A religious or narrative poem, for example The Inferno, the first book of Dante's epic poem The Divine Comedy. The epic is made up of three cantiche (cantica), The Inferno, Purgatorio, and Paradiso, each cantica being made up of multiple cantos
canticchiabile {adj}  :: singable
canticchiante {v}  :: present participle of canticchiare
canticchiare {vt}  :: To hum, or sing to oneself
cantico {m} [music]  :: canticle
Cantico dei Cantici {prop} [biblical]  :: Song of Songs
cantierabile {adj}  :: feasible; capable of implementation (of a building site)
cantiere {m}  :: shipyard
cantiere {m}  :: building site
cantiere navale {m}  :: shipyard
cantieristica {f}  :: shipbuilding (industry)
cantieristico {adj}  :: shipbuilding (attributive)
cantierizzazione {f}  :: construction site
cantilena {f}  :: lullaby
cantilena {f}  :: singsong
cantilena {f}  :: whining
cantilenante {v}  :: present participle of cantilenare
cantilenare {vti}  :: To singsong or chant
cantillazione {f}  :: cantillation
cantimbanco {m}  :: Variant of cantambanco
Cantimori {prop}  :: surname
Cantimori {prop}  :: Delio Cantimori, Italian historian
cantina {f}  :: cellar
cantina {f}  :: wine shop, wine cellar
cantinaro {m}  :: A manufacturer of poor-quality products
cantiniere {m}  :: cellarman
cantiniere {m}  :: tavern or wine bar keeper
canto {m}  :: song
canto {m}  :: singing
canto {m}  :: corner
canto {m}  :: side
canto del cigno {m}  :: swan song
Canton {prop}  :: Guangzhou (a city in China)
Canton {prop}  :: Guangdong (the province of China with Guangzhou)
cantonale {adj}  :: cantonal
cantonata {f}  :: corner (of a building)
cantone {m}  :: canton
cantone {m}  :: corner
cantone {m} [heraldry]  :: canton
cantonese {adj}  :: Cantonese
cantonese {mf}  :: Cantonese
cantonese {ms}  :: The Cantonese language
cantoniera {f} [furniture]  :: corner cupboard, encoignure, commode
cantoniere {m}  :: road or railway track inspector
cantore {m}  :: cantor, precentor
cantore {m}  :: singer, chorister
cantore d'africa {m}  :: white-rumped seedeater (Crithagra leucopygius)
cantoria {f}  :: choir (all senses)
cantorino {m} [music]  :: choir book
cantucci e vin santo {m}  :: a dessert consisting of a glass of vin santo and a selection of almond biscuits to be dunked in the wine and eaten
cantuccino {m} [chiefly in the plural]  :: crunchy biscuit made with almonds and / or hazelnuts; typical of Tuscany
cantuccio {m}  :: corner, nook
cantuccio {m}  :: small piece of bread etc
cantuccio {m} [chiefly in the plural]  :: crunchy biscuit made with almonds and / or hazelnuts; typical of Tuscany
canturino {adj}  :: Of or relating to Cantù, an Italian town
canturino {m}  :: A native or inhabitant of Cantù
canusino {adj}  :: Of or from Canosa di Puglia
canutezza {f}  :: hoariness
canutiglia {f}  :: silver or gold border (to a uniform etc)
canutiglia {f}  :: leads (for a window)
canuto {adj} [of hair]  :: grey, hoary, white
canuto {adj} [by extension]  :: hoary-haired
canuto {adj} [figurative, poetic]  :: old, serious, staid
canuto {adj} [by extension, literary]  :: covered in white, specifically:
canuto {adj} [of mountains]  :: besnowed, snow-covered, snowy
canuto {adj} [of seawater]  :: foamy, spumescent
Canuto {prop}  :: Canute, Knut
canutola {f} [plant]  :: synonym of polio
canzese {adj}  :: Of or from Canzo
Canzo {prop}  :: A small town in the Como province of Lombardia
canzon {n}  :: apocopic form of canzone
canzonaccia {f}  :: bawdy song
canzonante {v}  :: present participle of canzonare
canzonare {vt}  :: To tease, to make fun of, to laugh at, to ridicule
canzonatore {adj}  :: teasing
canzonatore {m}  :: tease, teaser
canzonatoriamente {adv}  :: teasingly, mockingly
canzonatorio {adj}  :: teasing, mocking
canzonatura {f}  :: mockery, teasing
canzoncina {f}  :: Little song, jingle, ditty
canzone {f}  :: song
canzonetta {f}  :: A simple or popular song
canzonettista {mf}  :: singer (cabaret etc)
canzoniere {m}  :: songbook
canzoniere {m}  :: Collection of poetry or lyrics
cao {m}  :: obsolete form of caos
caociuc {n} [obsolete, rare]  :: rubber
caodaisto {adj}  :: Caodaiist (attributive)
caolinite {f} [mineralogy]  :: kaolinite
caolinizzante {v}  :: present participle of caolinizzare
caolinizzare {vt}  :: to kaolinize
caolinizzazione {f}  :: kaolinization
caolino {m} [mineralogy]  :: kaolin
Caorle {prop}  :: A town in the Venezia province of Veneto
caorlina {f} [nautical]  :: A type of rowing boat from Caorle
caorlotto {adj}  :: Of or from Caorle
Caorsa {prop}  :: Cahors
caos {m}  :: chaos
caosse {m}  :: obsolete form of caos
caoticamente {adv}  :: chaotically
caotico {adj}  :: chaotic
Caotina {f} [Switzerland]  :: hot chocolate
capa {f}  :: head
capa {f} [often jocular]  :: boss
capa {f}  :: alternative form of kappa
capaccia {f}  :: synonym of soprassata
capace {adj}  :: large, capacious
capace {adj}  :: able, capable, clever
capacissimo {adj}  :: very capable
capacissimo {adj}  :: absolutely capable, perfectly capable
capacità {f}  :: capacity (to do something), ability, skill
capacità {f}  :: capacity (amount something will hold)
capacitante {v}  :: present participle of capacitare
capacitantesi {v}  :: present participle of capacitarsi
capacitanza {f} [physics]  :: capacitance
capacitare {vt}  :: To persuade
capacitarsi {vr}  :: To understand, to believe
capacitatosi {v}  :: past participle of capacitarsi
capacitività {f} [physics]  :: capacitivity, dielectric constant
capacitivo {adj}  :: capacitive
capacitore {m}  :: capacitor (electrical)
Capaneo {prop} [Greek mythology]  :: Capaneus
capanna {f}  :: hut
capannella {f}  :: A pyramid of four walnuts in the game of nocino
Capannelle {prop}  :: A district of Rome
capannello {m}  :: knot (of people)
capannicolo {adj}  :: hut (attributive)
capanno {m}  :: hide (for hunting etc)
capanno {m}  :: bathing hut
capannone {m}  :: shed
capannone {m}  :: barn
capannone {m}  :: hangar
capannuccia {f}  :: A little hut (especially the one where Jesus was born)
caparbiamente {adv}  :: stubbornly
caparbieria {f}  :: stubbornness, obstinacy, doggedness
caparbietà {f}  :: stubbornness, obstinacy
caparbio {adj}  :: stubborn, obstinate, dogged
caparra {f} [legal]  :: down payment, deposit, earnest
capasanta {f}  :: scallop (mollusc)
capata {f}  :: head butt
capata {f}  :: call (brief visit)
capatina {f}  :: flying visit
Capecchi {prop}  :: surname
capecchio {m}  :: tow (bundle of fibres)
capeggiante {v}  :: present participle of capeggiare
capeggiare {vt}  :: To lead, to head
capeggiatore {m}  :: ringleader
capella {f}  :: synonym of capretta
Capella {prop}  :: Capella
capelle {f}  :: plural of capella
capellino {m}  :: diminutive of capello
capellino {m} [in the plural]  :: synonym of capello d'angelo
capello {m}  :: a single hair (on the head)
capello {m}  :: (plural) head hair
capello d'angelo {m} [in the plural]  :: angel hair (very thin type of pasta)
capellone {mf}  :: hippie
capellone {mf}  :: longhair
capelloso {adj}  :: hairlike, hairy
capelluto {adj}  :: hairy
capelomme {m}  :: A type of salami from Abruzzo
capelvenere {m} [plant]  :: Adiantum capillus-veneris; maidenhair fern
capentesi {v}  :: present participle of capirsi
capestro {m}  :: noose
capestro {m}  :: halter (for animals)
capestro {adj}  :: one-sided
capetingio {adj}  :: Capetian
Capeto {prop}  :: Capetus (Latin king)
capetoniano {adj}  :: Capetonian
capetto {m}  :: junior manager or boss
capezzagna {f}  :: headland (strip of uncultivated land, at the edge of a field, where the plough turns)
capezzale {m}  :: bolster (long pillow)
capezzale {m}  :: bedside
capezzale {m}  :: sickbed
capezzata {f} [architecture]  :: coping
capezziera {f}  :: A form of embroidered canvas used on the back of chairs etc
capezziera {f} [nautical]  :: The bundle of ropes that support each end of a hammock
capezzolo {m}  :: nipple (of the breast)
capezzone {m}  :: longeing cavesson [US], lungeing cavesson [UK]
Caph {prop}  :: Caph, the third brightest star in the constellation of Cassiopeia
capibara {m}  :: capybara
capibile {adj}  :: understandable
capicollo {n}  :: altenative speech of capocollo
capidoglio {m}  :: alternative spelling of capodoglio
capiente {adj}  :: capacious, roomy, ample, large
capienza {f}  :: capacity (the maximum amount that can be held)
capifosso {m}  :: A large ditch or drain that others feed into
capigliatura {f}  :: hair, head of hair
capillare {adj}  :: capillary
capillare {adj}  :: detailed, extensive
capillare {adj}  :: vast, widespread
capillare {m} [anatomy]  :: capillary
capillarità {f} [chemistry, physics]  :: capillarity, capillary action
capillarizzante {v}  :: present participle of capillarizzare
capillarizzare {v}  :: To extend widely
capillarizzazione {f}  :: capillarization
capillarmente {adv}  :: extensively
capillarmente {adv}  :: vastly
capillaroscopia {f} [medicine]  :: capillaroscopy
capinera {f}  :: blackcap
capintesta {mf}  :: head, leader
capir {v}  :: apocopic form of capire
capire {v}  :: to understand
capirsi {v}  :: reflexive of capire
capirsi {vr}  :: to know about something
capirsi {vr}  :: to understand oneself or one another
capirsi {vr}  :: to reach an understanding
capisteo {m}  :: Any of various agricultural containers
capitagna {f}  :: headland (of a field)
capitale {adj} [legal]  :: capital
capitale {adj}  :: [primary] capital, primary, prime, chief, main
capitale {m} [economics]  :: capital
capitale {f}  :: capital city, capital
capitalismo {m}  :: capitalism
capitalista {adj}  :: capitalist
capitalista {f}  :: capitalist
capitalisticamente {adv}  :: capitalistically, in a capitalist manner
capitalistico {adj}  :: capitalistic
capitalistico {adj}  :: capitalist
capitalizzante {v}  :: present participle of capitalizzare
capitalizzare {vt}  :: to capitalize
capitalizzazione {f}  :: capitalization
capitalmente {adv}  :: primarily, chiefly, mainly
capitan {m}  :: apocopic form of capitano
capitana {f}  :: captain (female)
capitana {f}  :: flagship of a fleet under a capitano generale (pre-18th c.)
capitanante {v}  :: present participle of capitanare
capitanare {vt}  :: To head, to captain
capitaneggiante {v}  :: present participle of capitaneggiare
capitaneggiare {vt}  :: To captain or lead
capitaneria {f}  :: captaincy
capitano {m}  :: captain
capitano d'industria {n}  :: captain of industry, tycoon, boss
capitante {v}  :: present participle of capitare
capitare {vi}  :: to happen
capitare {vi}  :: to turn up, to arise, to occur
capitare {vi}  :: to come, to get to, to chance, to end up
capitare {}  :: succedere
capitare {}  :: presentarsi
capitare {}  :: finire, passare da, venire
capitato {adj} [botany, skeleton]  :: capitate
capitato {m} [skeleton]  :: capitate, capitate bone
capitazione {f}  :: capitation tax
capitellato {adj} [architecture]  :: Having capitals
capitellato {adj} [botany]  :: capitellate
capitello {m} [architecture]  :: capital
capitolante {v}  :: present participle of capitolare
capitolare {vi}  :: to capitulate, surrender
capitolare {m}  :: capitular
capitolato {m}  :: (especially in plural) terms, specifications
capitolazione {f}  :: capitulation
capitoletto {m}  :: A short chapter
capitolino {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to the Capitol; Capitoline
capitolino {adj} [by extension]  :: Of or pertaining to the municipality of Rome
capitolo {m}  :: chapter
capitombolante {v}  :: present participle of capitombolare
capitombolare {vi}  :: To tumble; to fall headlong
capitombolo {m}  :: tumble; headlong fall
capitomboloni {adv}  :: head over heels
capitone {m}  :: A large eel, traditionally eaten at Christmas
capitosi {v}  :: past participle of capirsi
capitozzante {v}  :: present participle of capitozzare
capitozzare {vt}  :: To pollard
capivolgente {v}  :: present participle of capivolgere
capivolgere {vt}  :: Variant of capovolgere
capo {m}  :: head
capo {m}  :: boss, chief, leader, master
capo {m}  :: end (of a rope etc)
capo {m}  :: cape (especially when capitalised in placenames)
capo {m}  :: ply
capo {m}  :: buddy
capo {m} [heraldry]  :: chief
capo- {prefix}  :: head, boss, leader
capoarea {mf}  :: area manager (of an organization)
capoarma {m} [military]  :: soldier responsible for the care of a machine gun or mortar
capobanda {f} [music]  :: bandmaster
capobanda {f}  :: ringleader, gang leader
capobarca {f}  :: skipper (especially of a large boat)
capobastone {mf}  :: Local 'Ndrangheta boss
capobranco {f}  :: The leader (dominant animal) of a pack (especially a male one); alpha male
capoc {m}  :: kapok
capocaccia {m}  :: leader of the hunt
capocameriere {m}  :: head waiter
capocannoniere {m} [nautical]  :: Head of a gun crew
capocannoniere {m} [football]  :: Top goal-scorer
capocantiere {f}  :: construction foreman; yard foreman; site foreman
capocarceriere {m}  :: head warder
capocarico {m}  :: bookkeeper
capocarico {m}  :: accountant
capocchia {f}  :: head (of a pin, match, garlic etc)
capocchietta {f}  :: pinhead (head of a pin etc)
capocchina {f}  :: pinhead (head of a pin etc)
capocchio {m}  :: sucker, chump
Capocchio {prop}  :: An alchemist in the Divine Comedy
capocchiona {f}  :: A large head (of a pin etc)
capocchione {m}  :: sucker, chump
capocchiuto {adj}  :: Having a large head
capoccia {m}  :: head of the family
capoccia {m}  :: overseer of labourers
capoccia {m} [colloquial]  :: boss
capocciata {f}  :: headbutt
capoccione {m}  :: brainbox
capoccione {m}  :: bigwig
capocellula {f}  :: Leader of a cell (political)
capocentro {f}  :: leader of a (technology, IT etc) centre
capocielo {m}  :: canopy over a high altar
capociurma {f} [nautical]  :: skipper
capoclan {m}  :: leader of a clan (Mafia-type or Scottish)
capoclaque {f}  :: ringleader of a claque
capoclasse {f}  :: form captain [British], class president [US]
capoclassifica {adj}  :: leading (first in a classification)
capoclassifica {f}  :: leader (first in a classification)
capocollo {m}  :: neck (pork cut)
capocollo {m}  :: A type of salami made from neck and shoulder meat
capocomicato {m}  :: theatre management
capocomico {m}  :: leader of a theatre company
capocomitiva {f}  :: group leader
capocommessa {f}  :: prime contractor (company or person)
capocommesso {m}  :: head of sales (in a large shop etc)
capocontabile {mf}  :: chief accountant
capoconvoglio {m} [nautical]  :: commander of a convoy
capocorda {m}  :: terminal (electrical)
capocorda {m}  :: Variant of capocordata
capocordata {f}  :: leader of a party of mountain climbers roped together
capocorrente {f}  :: leader of a political faction
capocorso {m}  :: The student who gains the highest marks for a particular course
capocronaca {m}  :: leader (leading article in a newspaper)
capocronista {f}  :: Chief news editor
capocuoco {m}  :: head cook
capo d'abbigliamento {m}  :: item of clothing
capo d'anno {m}  :: alternative form of capodanno
capodanno {m}  :: New Year's Day
capodelegazione {f}  :: head of a delegation
capo del governo {m} [politics]  :: head of government
capo dello stato {m}  :: The head of state of a republic, a representative democracy and sometimes a dictatorship
capo dello stato {m}  :: president
capo di abbigliamento {m}  :: item of clothing
Capo di Buona Speranza {prop}  :: Cape of Good Hope
capodipartimento {f}  :: head of a department
capo di stato {m}  :: head of state
capo di stato {m}  :: the chief public representative of a nation having duties, privileges and responsibilities varying greatly depending on the constitutional rules; a monarch in a monarchy, and often styled president in a republic, but variations such as collegiality exist
capodistretto {adj}  :: head of district
Capodistria {prop}  :: Koper (city in Slovenia)
capo di vestiario {m}  :: item of clothing
capodivisione {f}  :: head of an administrative department
capodoglio {m}  :: sperm whale (mammal)
capodopera {m}  :: masterpiece
capofabbrica {f}  :: manager or a factory or plant
capofabbricato {m}  :: air-raid warden
capofacchino {m}  :: head porter
capofamiglia {f}  :: head of the family
capofficina {f}  :: head of a workshop
capofila {f}  :: Person at the head of a queue
capofila {f}  :: leader (principle representative)
capofitto {adj}  :: Having the head downwards
capofreddo {m}  :: synonym of soprassata
capogabbiere {m} [nautical]  :: foretopman
capogabinetto {f}  :: cabinet secretary (or secretary to a minister)
capogatto {m}  :: staggers (animal disease)
capogiro {m}  :: dizziness
capogruppo {f}  :: group leader
capogruppo {f}  :: parent company
capoguardia {f}  :: leader of a guard
capoguardia {f}  :: chief warder
capoinfermiera {f}  :: head nurse
capok {m}  :: alternative spelling of capoc
capolaboratorio {f}  :: director of a laboratory
capolavoro {m}  :: masterpiece
capolega {f}  :: head of a league (local or regional association)
capolepre {m}  :: oceanic pufferfish (Lagocephalus lagocephalus)
capolettera {m}  :: Large capital letter at the beginning of a page or paragraph
capolinea {m}  :: terminus (of a bus, tram or train route)
capolino {m} [botany]  :: flower head, capitulum
capolista {m}  :: head of a list
capolista {f}  :: leader (team at the head of a division or league)
capoluogo {m} {m}  :: Chief town or city of a region; capital, administrative centre
capomacchinista {f}  :: chief engineer
capomafia {m}  :: Mafia boss
capomandamento {m}  :: Mafia boss
capomanipolo {m}  :: head of a small group of soldiers (especially in Fascist times)
capomanovra {m} [nautical]  :: foretopman
capomastro {m}  :: master builder
capomissione {m}  :: head of a diplomatic mission
capomorto {m} [obsolete, chemistry]  :: residue after distillation or calcining
capomovimento {f}  :: director of train movements in a large station
capomusica {f} [music]  :: musical director (especially of a military band)
caponaggine {f}  :: obstinacy, stubbornness
caponante {v}  :: present participle of caponare
caponare {vt}  :: alternative form of capponare
caponare {vt} [nautical]  :: to cat (raise the anchor onto the cathead)
caponata {f}  :: caponata (Sicilian dish)
capone {m}  :: augmentative of capo
capone {m}  :: a large hat
capone {m}  :: alternative form of cappone
capone {m} [nautical]  :: a hoist for raising the anchor
caponeria {f}  :: stubbornness, obstinacy
caponiera {f}  :: stubbornness, obstinacy (Variant of: caponeria)
capoofficina {f}  :: (chief) foreman
capooperaio {m}  :: foreman
capopagina {m}  :: headpiece (typographic)
capopartito {m}  :: (political) party leader
capoparto {m}  :: The first menstruation after childbirth
capopattuglia {f}  :: patrol leader
Capo Peloro {prop}  :: A promontory on the north-east of Sicily in the province of Messina
capopesca {f}  :: lead fisherman (in a group of fishing boats)
capopezzo {m}  :: chief gunner
capopopolo {f}  :: rabble rouser
capopopolo {f}  :: demagogue
capoposto {m}  :: The head of a diplomatic mission
capoquarto {adj}  :: head of a quarter (division of a town)
caporal {m}  :: apocopic form of caporale
caporalato {m}  :: The office of a corporal
caporalato {m}  :: The illegal employment of agricultural workers for very little pay
caporale {mf}  :: corporal, lance corporal
caporale {mf}  :: bossy person
caporale {mf}  :: illegal employer of agricultural workers for little pay
caporalesco {adj}  :: bossy
caporalismo {m}  :: bossiness
caporalmaggiore {m}  :: corporal
caporchestra {f}  :: conductor (of an orchestra)
caporedattore {m}  :: editor in chief
caporeparto {f}  :: foreman, manager
caporeparto {f}  :: head (of a department)
caporeparto {f}  :: shopwalker, floorwalker
caporetto {f} [figuratively]  :: A heavy defeat
Caporetto {prop}  :: Kobarid (town in Slovenia)
caporione {m}  :: ringleader, gang leader (local)
caporiverso {adv}  :: With the head down
caporonda {m}  :: patrol leader
caporovescio {adv}  :: With the head down
caposala {m}  :: charge nurse (male nurse in charge of a ward) (Note: This is very rare in Italy)
caposala {f}  :: ward sister, charge nurse (female)
caposaldo {m}  :: stronghold
caposaldo {m}  :: datum point, trig point
caposaldo {m}  :: cornerstone (figurative)
caposcala {m}  :: landing, stoop (at the top of a staircase)
caposcala {m}  :: caretaker (in condos with many staircases a guardian to each staircase)
capo scalo {m}  :: air terminal manager
caposcalo {m}  :: alternative form of capo scalo
caposcarico {m}  :: jolly person
caposcorta {f}  :: chief escort
caposcuola {f}  :: founder (of an artistic movement etc)
caposervizio {m}  :: head of a department or section
caposervizio {m}  :: senior editor
caposezione {mf}  :: head of a department or section
caposquadra {m}  :: foreman, supervisor, team leader
caposquadra {m} [military]  :: squad leader
caposquadra {f}  :: forewoman; (female) supervisor, team leader
caposquadra {f} [military]  :: squad leader (female)
caposquadriglia {f}  :: flight lieutenant
capostalla {m}  :: The person in charge of a cowshed
capostazione {m}  :: stationmaster (The person in charge of a railroad station)
capostazione {f}  :: station mistress
capostipite {m}  :: progenitor
capostipite {m}  :: archetype
capostorno {m}  :: staggers (animal disease)
capotante {v}  :: present participle of capotare
capotare {v}  :: Variant of cappottare
capotasto {m} [music]  :: capotasto
capotavola {m}  :: The person who sits at the head of the table
capote {f}  :: bonnet [British], hood [US] (of a car)
capote {f}  :: soft top
capotecnico {m} {m}  :: technical director
capotesta {m} [nautical]  :: head link (first or last link of an anchor chain)
capotimoniere {m} [nautical]  :: coxswain
capotreno {m}  :: (railways) guard, conductor
capotreno {f}  :: (railways) guard, conductor (female)
capotribù {mf}  :: chief, chieftain (of a tribe)
capotronco {m}  :: terminus of a branch line
capottante {v}  :: present participle of capottare
capottare {v}  :: Variant of cappottare
capoturno {f}  :: shift supervisor (in a factory etc)
capoufficio {f}  :: head clerk (in an office)
capovaccaio {m}  :: Egyptian vulture (Neophron percnopterus)
Capo Verde {prop}  :: Cape Verde
capoverdiana {f}  :: Cape Verdean (female)
capoverdiano {adj}  :: Cape Verdean
capoverdiano {m}  :: Cape Verdean
capoverdiano {prop}  :: The Cape Verdean language
capoverso {m}  :: The first line of a text, or first verse of a poem
capoverso {m}  :: indent
capoverso {m}  :: paragraph
capoverso {m}  :: section (of a legal statute)
capo villaggio {m}  :: head man (leader of a village)
capovoga {f}  :: stroke (person, in a rowing boat)
capovolgente {v}  :: present participle of capovolgere
capovolgentesi {v}  :: present participle of capovolgersi
capovolgere {vt}  :: to turn upside down
capovolgere {vt}  :: to capsize, overturn
capovolgere {vt}  :: to reverse [a situation, etc.]
capovolgersi {v}  :: reflexive of capovolgere
capovolgersi {v}  :: to capsize, overturn
capovolgersi {v}  :: to be reversed
capovolgimento {m}  :: reversal
capovolgimento {m}  :: upset
capovolgimento {m} [nautical]  :: capsizing
capovolgimento {m}  :: overthrow
capovolta {f}  :: turnover, upturn
capovolta {f}  :: somersault
capovolto {adj}  :: upside down
capovolto {adj}  :: capsized
capovoltosi {v}  :: past participle of capovolgersi
capozona {mf}  :: The head person in a zone, but especially a local leader of an organized crime gang
cappa {f}  :: sleeveless coat; cloak
cappa {f}  :: cowl, hood
cappa {f}  :: tarpaulin
cappa {f}  :: alternative form of kappa
cappa {f}  :: cape
cappalunga {f}  :: razor shell
cappasanta {f}  :: alternative form of capasanta
cappella {f}  :: A chapel (in all senses)
cappella {f}  :: A choir and accompanying musicians assigned to a church
cappella {f}  :: A cap (of a mushroom)
cappella {f} [slang, the apex of the penis]  :: A head, a glans
cappellaccia {f}  :: crested lark
cappellaccio {m}  :: A form of ravioli, typical of Ferrara, filled with pumpkin or similar gourd
cappellaia {f}  :: hatter (female)
cappellaio {m}  :: hatter
Cappellaio Matto {prop} [Alice in Wonderland]  :: the Mad Hatter
cappellania {f}  :: chaplaincy
cappellano {m}  :: chaplain
cappellata {f} [colloquial]  :: blunder, blooper, boo-boo
cappellata {f}  :: blow with a hat
cappellata {f}  :: hatful
cappelleria {f}  :: hat shop
cappelletta {f}  :: A small chapel
cappelletto {m}  :: diminutive of cappello; small hat
cappelletto {m}  :: helmet
cappelletto {m}  :: the ferrule of an umbrella
cappelletto {m}  :: the reinforcement on the tip of a sock or stocking
cappelletto {m} [chiefly in the plural]  :: wide tube of pasta with a savoury filling baked in the oven
cappelliera {f}  :: hatbox
cappellificio {m}  :: hat factory
cappellina {n} [mushrooms]  :: scotch bonnet, fairy ring mushroom (Marasmius oreades)
cappellino {m}  :: Small hat; bonnet
cappello {m}  :: hat
cappellone {m}  :: Large hat
cappellone {m} [colloquial]  :: cowboy (on film)
cappelluto {adj}  :: hooded, crested
cappereto {m}  :: caper field
cappereto {m}  :: caper bed
capperi {interj}  :: a mild expression of surprise (such as gosh!)
cappero {m}  :: caper (plant Capparis spinosa, and its edible flower bud)
cappia {f}  :: alternative form of cappio
cappia {f}  :: horseshoe
cappino {m}  :: A stole placed around the neck of the dalmatic in the Ambrosian Rite
cappio {m}  :: slip knot
cappio {m}  :: noose
capponaia {f}  :: coop (for fattening chickens)
capponaia {f} [colloquial]  :: prison
capponante {v}  :: present participle of capponare
capponare {vt}  :: to castrate an animal; to caponize
cappone {m}  :: capon
cappono {m} [nautical]  :: caulker
cappotta {f}  :: hood / bonnet (of a car)
cappottamento {m}  :: overturning
cappottamento {m} [nautical]  :: capsizing
cappottante {v}  :: present participle of cappottare
cappottare {vi}  :: To overturn
cappottatura {f}  :: overturning
cappottatura {f} [nautical]  :: capsizing
cappotto {m}  :: coat, overcoat
cappotto {m}  :: greatcoat
cappotto {m}  :: whitewash (US sports) A complete victory or series of victories without suffering any losses; a clean sweep
Cappuccetto Rosso {prop}  :: Little Red Riding Hood
cappuccina {f}  :: nasturtium (the flower is shaped like a Capuchin's hood)
cappuccino {m}  :: Capuchin
cappuccino {m}  :: cappuccino
cappuccino {m} [slang]  :: French letter, rubber johnny
cappuccino {adj}  :: Capuchin
cappuccio {m}  :: hood
cappuccio {m}  :: cowl (of a monk)
cappuccio {m}  :: top (of a pen or biro)
cappuccio {m} [colloquial]  :: cappuccino
capra {f}  :: goat (mammal)
capra {f}  :: nanny goat
capra {f}  :: trestle
capraia {f}  :: goatherd (female)
Capraia {prop}  :: An island off the coast of Tuscany
capraio {m}  :: goatherd
caprareccia {f}  :: A shed used to keep goats indoors during the winter
Caprarola {prop}  :: A small town in the Viterbo province of Lazio
capreolino {m}  :: A type of North-American deer (of the subfamily Capreolinae)
caprese {mf}  :: native or inhabitant of Capri
caprese {adj}  :: of or relating to Capri, its people or its culture
capretta {f}  :: diminutive of capra
capretta {f}  :: kid (young female goat)
capretta {f}  :: small goat
capretto {m}  :: diminutive of capro
capretto {m}  :: kid (young goat)
Capri {prop}  :: Capri (island and town)
Capriasca {prop}  :: A small town in the Lugano district of Ticino
capriata {f} [architecture]  :: truss (triangular bracket)
capriccio {m}  :: whim, fancy, caprice, quirk
capriccio {m}  :: tantrum
capriccio {m} [music, painting]  :: capriccio
capricciosa {f}  :: A pizza garnished with mushrooms, artichokes, ham and olives
capricciosa {f}  :: A rich salad of mixed vegetables, often dressed with mayonnaise
capricciosamente {adv}  :: capriciously, whimsically
capricciosamente {adv}  :: naughtily
capricciosità {f}  :: capriciousness whimsicality
capriccioso {adj}  :: capricious, whimsical, quaint, naughty, unpredictable
capriccioso {adj} [music]  :: capriccioso
caprico {adj}  :: capric
capricorno {m}  :: serow
Capricorno {prop}  :: Capricorn (the star sign)
caprificazione {f}  :: caprification
caprifico {m}  :: wild fig (Ficus carica)
caprifoglio {m}  :: honeysuckle
caprile {m}  :: An enclosure for goats
caprilico {adj}  :: caprylic
caprimulgo {m}  :: nightjar, goatsucker
caprinico {adj} [organic chemistry]  :: capric
caprino {adj}  :: caprine
caprino {m} [cheese]  :: caprino (type of goat cheese)
caprino {m}  :: Smell of goat
caprino {m}  :: Member of the goat family
capriola {f}  :: somersault, caper, capriole
capriola {f}  :: female roe deer
capriolo {m}  :: Any of several small European deer (but especially the roe deer)
capriolo {m}  :: The flesh of these animals as meat
capripede {adj}  :: Having goat's feet (describing several mythological characters)
capro {m}  :: male goat. See capra
capro espiatorio {m}  :: scapegoat, patsy
caproico {adj}  :: caproic
caprolattame {m} [organic compound]  :: caprolactam
caprolatto {adj}  :: Of or from Caprarola
Caprona {prop}  :: A village near Vicopisano in the province of Pisa
caprone {m}  :: billygoat, billy
caprugginatoio {m}  :: croze iron
capruggine {f}  :: croze
capsico {m}  :: capsicum, bell pepper (pepper of genus Capsicum))
capside {m}  :: capsid
capsomero {m}  :: capsomere
capsula {f} [botany, anatomy]  :: capsule (all senses)
capsula {f}  :: crown (in a tooth)
capsula {f}  :: pod, boll
capsulatrice {f}  :: shrink-capsule application machine
capsulatura {f}  :: capsule application (to bottles etc)
captabile {adj}  :: That can be picked up (of a signal)
captante {v}  :: present participle of captare
captante {adj}  :: enhancing
captante {adj}  :: concentrating
captare {vt}  :: to pick up, receive [a radio or TV transmission]
captare {vt}  :: to read [someone's mind or intentions]
captatio benevolentiae {phrase}  :: Used rhetorically to seek to win someone's sympathy or support by showing respect
captatività {f} [psychology]  :: possessiveness
captativo {adj} [psychology]  :: possessive
captazione {f}  :: captation
captazione {f}  :: reception (of radio etc)
captazione {f}  :: purification (of polluted water etc)
Capua {prop}  :: A town in the province of Caserta in Campania
Capuana {prop}  :: surname
Capuana {prop}  :: Luigi Capuana, Italian writer
capuano {adj}  :: Capuan
capubastuni {m}  :: alternative form of capobastone
capufficio {m}  :: head clerk
Capuleti {prop}  :: Capulet (literary surname)
capziosamente {adv}  :: captiously
capziosità {f}  :: captiousness
capzioso {adj}  :: captious
cara {f}  :: feminine noun of caro
carabattola {f} [chiefly in the plural]  :: odds and ends
carabina {f}  :: carbine, rifle
carabiniere {m}  :: (member of the Carabinieri force) carabiniere
carabiniere {m} [figuratively]  :: martinet, dragon
carabiniere {m}  :: carabinier
carabiniere {m}  :: policeman
Carabinieri {prop}  :: the Italian military police
carabo {m}  :: carabid, ground beetle (of family Carabidae)
carabottino {m} [nautical]  :: grating
caracal {m}  :: caracal
carachegno {adj}  :: Of or from Caracas
carachiri {m}  :: hara-kiri
caracollante {v}  :: present participle of caracollare
caracollare {vi}  :: to caracole
caracollare {vi}  :: to trot
caracollo {m}  :: caracole
caradriforme {m}  :: charadriiform
caradriforme {adj}  :: charadriiform
caradrio {m}  :: caladrius
caradrio {m}  :: plover
caraffa {f}  :: carafe
caraffa {f}  :: decanter (for wine etc)
caraffa {f}  :: pitcher
caraffa {f}  :: ewer
Caraibi {prop}  :: The Caribbean
caraibico {adj}  :: Caribbean
caraibico {prop}  :: Carib (language)
carambola {f}  :: cannon, carom (in snooker etc)
carambola {f}  :: star fruit
carambolante {v}  :: present participle of carambolare
carambolare {vi}  :: To cannon or carom
caramella {f}  :: sweet (UK), candy (US)
caramella {f}  :: monocle
caramellaia {f}  :: confectioner (female)
caramellaio {m}  :: confectioner
caramellante {v}  :: present participle of caramellare
caramellare {vt}  :: To caramelize
caramellatura {f}  :: caramelization (of heated food)
caramellizzante {v}  :: present participle of caramellizzare
caramellizzare {vt}  :: to caramelize
caramellizzazione {f}  :: caramelization
caramello {m}  :: caramel (heated sugar)
caramello {m}  :: The colour of caramel
caramellometro {m}  :: sugar thermometer
caramelloso {adj}  :: (sickly) sweet
caramelloso {adj}  :: cloying
caramente {adv}  :: dearly
caramente {adv}  :: affectionately
carampana {f}  :: bag, old bag (ugly woman)
carampana {f}  :: bitch, slut
carapace {m}  :: carapace
Carapelle {prop}  :: A river that flows in Apulia
Carassai {prop}  :: A small town in the Ascoli Piceno province of Marche
carassanese {adj}  :: Of or from Carassai
carassio {m}  :: crucian carp (Of genus Carassius)
caratante {v}  :: present participle of caratare
caratare {vt}  :: To weigh in carats
caratello {m}  :: keg
caratista {m} [nautical]  :: part-owner (of a vessel)
caratista {m}  :: shareholder
carato {m}  :: carat
carato {m}  :: share
caratteraccio {m}  :: An irascible or temperamental person (or such a character)
carattere {m}  :: (symbol for a word or a sound) character, letter
carattere {m} [typography]  :: type, typeface, font, print
carattere {m}  :: (distinctive psychological attitudes, qualities and features of a person or animal) character, nature, disposition, temper
carattere {m}  :: (characteristic) characteristic, trait, character
caratteriale {adj}  :: character (attributive)
caratteriale {adj}  :: emotional
caratterialmente {adv}  :: temperamentally
caratterino {m}  :: A difficult or capricious nature or character (of a person)
caratteri somatici {n}  :: features
caratterista {m}  :: character actor
caratterista {f}  :: character actress
caratteristica {f}  :: characteristic, feature, trait, peculiarity
caratteristica {f} [plural, mechanics]  :: specifications
caratteristica {f} [mathematics]  :: characteristic
caratteristicamente {adv}  :: characteristically, distinctively
caratteristico {adj}  :: characteristic, distinctive, individual
caratteristico {adj}  :: characteristic, local
caratteristico {adj}  :: picturesque
caratterizzabile {adj}  :: characterizable
caratterizzabile {adj}  :: distinctive, particular
caratterizzante {v}  :: present participle of caratterizzare
caratterizzante {adj}  :: characterizing
caratterizzantesi {v}  :: present participle of caratterizzarsi
caratterizzare {vt}  :: to characterize
caratterizzare {vt}  :: to be characteristic of
caratterizzarsi {v}  :: reflexive of caratterizzare
caratterizzarsi {v}  :: to be distinguished [by]
caratterizzatosi {v}  :: past participle of caratterizzarsi
caratterizzazione {f}  :: characterization
caratterologia {f}  :: characterology
caratterologicamente {adv}  :: characterologically
caratterologico {adj}  :: characterological
caratteropatia {f}  :: character disorder
caratura {f}  :: carat weight
caratura {f}  :: importance, status, standing
caravaggesco {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to Caravaggio or his works
Caravaggio {prop}  :: A small town in the province of Bergamo in Lombardy
Caravaggio {prop}  :: Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio, Italian painter
caravaggismo {m} [art]  :: The style of painting associated with Caravaggio and his followers
caravaggista {m} [art]  :: A painter who painted in the style of Caravaggio
Caravanche {prop}  :: Karawanks
caravanista {mf}  :: caravan or recreational vehicle enthusiast
caravanserraglio {m}  :: caravanserai
caravella {f}  :: caravel
carbamazepina {f} [medicine]  :: carbamazepine
carbammato {m} [organic chemistry]  :: carbamate
carbammide {f} [organic compound]  :: carbamide, urea
carbanione {m} [organic chemistry]  :: carbanion
carbinolo {m} [organic chemistry]  :: carbinol
carbo- {prefix}  :: carbo-
carbocatione {m} [organic chemistry]  :: carbocation
carbocementazione {f} [inorganic chemistry]  :: carburizing
carbochimica {f} [chemistry]  :: carbon chemistry (industry of generating chemicals from coal etc)
carbodotto {m}  :: A conduit through which a mixture of crushed coal and water is transported at a coalmine
carboidrato {m} [organic chemistry]  :: carbohydrate
carbolico {adj}  :: carbolic
carbonado {m}  :: carbonado (black diamond)
carbonaia {f}  :: charcoal pit
carbonaia {f}  :: coal cellar
carbonaio {m}  :: charcoal burner
carbonaio {m}  :: coalman
carbonaio {m}  :: coal merchant
carbonamento {m} [nautical]  :: coaling, bunkering
carbonante {v}  :: present participle of carbonare
carbonara {adj} [of pasta sauce]  :: made from guanciale, grated cheese and beaten egg cooked gently by the heat of the pasta
carbonare {vi} [nautical]  :: to coal, bunker
carbonarismo {m}  :: Carbonarism
carbonaro {m}  :: A charcoal burner
carbonaro {m}  :: A member of the carboneria secret society
carbonaro {adj}  :: of, or relating to the carboneria secret society
carbonata {f}  :: coal pile
carbonata {f}  :: a stew of beef in red wine
carbonatazione {f} [chemistry]  :: carbonation
carbonatico {adj} [geology]  :: carbonatic
carbonatite {f} [geology]  :: carbonatite
carbonato {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: carbonate
carbonatoapatite {f} [mineral]  :: carbonated apatite (mineral found in bone)
carbonato di calcio {m} [inorganic compound]  :: calcium carbonate
carbonato di magnesio {m} [inorganic compound]  :: magnesium carbonate
carbonato di sodio {m}  :: sodium carbonate
carboncello {m}  :: A small piece of coal
carboncello {m}  :: carbuncle (gem)
carbonchio {m}  :: anthrax
carbonchio {m}  :: smut (on plants)
carbonchioso {adj}  :: carbuncular
carbonchioso {adj}  :: smutty
carboncino {m}  :: (stick of) charcoal
carboncino {m}  :: charcoal drawing
carbone {m}  :: coal
carbone {m}  :: charcoal
carbonella {f}  :: charcoal (in small pieces)
Carbonera {prop}  :: A small town in the province of Treviso in Veneto
carbonerese {adj}  :: Of or from Carbonera
carboneria {f}  :: a Neapolitan secret society instrumental in organizing revolution in the 19th century
Carbonia-Iglesias {prop}  :: Province of Marche, Italy
carbonica {adj}  :: carbonic
carbonicazione {f}  :: carbonation (treatment of wine with charcoal)
carbonico {adj}  :: carbonic
carboniera {f} [nautical]  :: collier (ship)
carboniere {m}  :: coal merchant or miner
carboniero {adj}  :: coal (industry) (attributive)
carbonifero {adj}  :: carboniferous
carbonifero {adj}  :: of, or relating to coal
carbonificazione {f} [geology]  :: coalification
carbonilazione {f} [chemistry]  :: carbonylation
carbonilcianuro {m} [organic compound]  :: carbonyl cyanide
carbonile {m} [organic chemistry]  :: carbonyl
carbonilico {adj}  :: carbonyl (attributive)
carbonio {m} [chemistry]  :: carbon
carbonioso {adj}  :: carbon (attributive)
carbonioso {adj}  :: carbonaceous
carbonitrurico {adj}  :: carbonitride (attributive)
carbonitrurico {adj}  :: cyanide (attributive)
carbonizzante {v}  :: present participle of carbonizzare
carbonizzantesi {v}  :: present participle of carbonizzarsi
carbonizzare {vt}  :: to carbonize
carbonizzarsi {vr}  :: to be carbonized
carbonizzato {adj}  :: carbonized
carbonizzatosi {v}  :: past participle of carbonizzarsi
carbonizzazione {f}  :: carbonization
carborano {m} [organic chemistry]  :: carborane
carborundo {m}  :: carborundum
carborundum {m}  :: Carborundum
carbosiderurgico {adj}  :: coal and steel (attributive)
carbossammide {f} [organic chemistry]  :: carboxamide
carbossi {adj} [organic chemistry, in combination]  :: carboxy (attributive)
carbossichinasi {f} [enzyme]  :: carboxykinase
carbossiemoglobina {f} [biochemistry]  :: carboxyhemoglobin
carbossilante {v}  :: present participle of carbossilare
carbossilare {vt} [chemistry]  :: to carboxylate
carbossilasi {f} [enzyme]  :: carboxylase
carbossilato {adj} [organic chemistry]  :: carboxylated
carbossilato {m} [organic chemistry]  :: carboxylate
carbossilazione {f} [chemistry]  :: carboxylation
carbossile {m} [organic chemistry]  :: carboxyl
carbossilico {adj} [organic chemistry]  :: carboxylic
carbossilo {m} [organic chemistry]  :: carboxyl
carbossiterminale {m} [biochemistry]  :: C-terminus
carbuncolo {m}  :: synonym of rubino (ruby)
carburante {v}  :: present participle of carburare
carburante {adj}  :: combustible
carburante {m}  :: fuel
carburare {vt}  :: To carburize
carburare {vi}  :: To fire on all cylinders (also figurative)
carburatore {m}  :: carburettor
carburazione {f}  :: carburation
carburo {m}  :: carbide
carburo di calcio {m}  :: calcium carbide
carburo di tungsteno {m} [inorganic compound]  :: tungsten carbide
carcadè {m}  :: roselle (of genus Hibiscus)
carcadè {m}  :: An infusion of its calyx used as a drink
carcame {m}  :: carcass
carcante {v}  :: present participle of carcare
carcare {v}  :: obsolete form of caricare
carcassa {f}  :: carcass
carcassa {f}  :: hulk, shell
carcassa {f}  :: framework, skeleton
carceramento {m}  :: imprisonment
carcerante {v}  :: present participle of carcerare
carcerare {vt}  :: to imprison, jail
carcerario {adj}  :: prison (attribute)
carcerata {f}  :: prisoner (female)
carcerato {m}  :: prisoner
carcerato {m}  :: convict, con
carcerazione {f}  :: detention
carcerazione {f}  :: imprisonment
carcere {mf} [also figuratively]  :: jail, prison
carcere {mf}  :: imprisonment
carcere mamertino {m}  :: Mamertine prison
carceriera {f}  :: (female) jailer, prison warder
carceriere {m}  :: jailer, prison warder
carcino- {prefix}  :: cancer, tumour
carcino- {prefix}  :: crab, crustacean
carcinogenesi {f}  :: carcinogenesis
carcinogenicità {f}  :: carcinogenicity
carcinogenico {adj}  :: carcinogenic
carcinogeno {adj}  :: carcinogenic
carcinoide {m} [medicine]  :: carcinoid
carcinologia {f}  :: oncology
carcinologia {f}  :: arthropodology
carcinoma {m} [oncology]  :: carcinoma
carcinomatoso {adj} [oncology]  :: carcinomatous
carcinosi {f}  :: carcinosis, carcinomatosis
carciofaia {f}  :: artichoke bed
carciofaia {f}  :: artichoke field
carciofeto {m}  :: artichoke field
carciofeto {m}  :: artichoke bed
carciofino {m}  :: baby artichoke, small artichoke
carciofo {m}  :: artichoke
card {m}  :: card (identification, financial, SIM etc (but not playing card))
cardamomo {m}  :: cardamom
cardanico {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to Girolamo Cardano (Italian mathematician, inventor etc)
Cardano {prop}  :: surname
cardante {v}  :: present participle of cardare
cardare {vt}  :: to card [wool]
cardare {vt}  :: to tease (separate the fibres)
cardarella {f}  :: A metal container in the shape of a truncated cone with two handles at the ends used by construction workers to mix materials
cardarello {m} [mushrooms]  :: king trumpet mushroom, French horn mushroom, king oyster mushroom, king brown mushroom (Pleurotus eryngii)
cardatore {m}  :: carder (person who cards wool etc)
cardatrice {f}  :: carder (carding machine, female person)
cardatura {f}  :: carding [of wool, etc.]
cardellino {m}  :: goldfinch
cardellino d'America {m}  :: American goldfinch
cardellino dell'Himalaya {m}  :: European goldfinch
cardeto {m}  :: thistle field
cardeto {m}  :: thistle bed
-cardia {suffix}  :: -cardia
cardiaco {adj} [anatomy]  :: cardiac, heart (attributive)
cardiale {adj} [anatomy]  :: cardiac (relating to the cardia)
cardialgia {f}  :: cardialgy, heartburn
cardias {m} [anatomy]  :: cardia
cardinal {m}  :: apocopic form of cardinale
cardinalato {m}  :: cardinalate
cardinale {adj}  :: cardinal
cardinale {m}  :: cardinal (bird)
cardinale {m} [religion]  :: cardinal
cardinale ciuffo rosso {m}  :: red-crested cardinal
cardinale rosso {m}  :: northern cardinal
cardinalino {m}  :: alternative spelling of cardellino
cardinalino del Venezuela {m}  :: red siskin
cardinalità {f} [set theory]  :: cardinality
cardinalizio {adj}  :: cardinal's; of or pertaining to a cardinal
cardine {m}  :: hinge, pivot
cardine {m}  :: pintle
cardine {m} [figuratively]  :: support, cornerstone
cardio- {prefix} [anatomy]  :: cardio-
-cardio {suffix}  :: -cardium (anatomy of the heart)
cardioangiografia {f} [medicine]  :: cardioangiography, angiocardiography
cardioattivo {adj} [medicine]  :: cardioactive
cardiocentesi {f} [surgery]  :: cardiocentesis
cardiochirurgia {f} [surgery]  :: cardiac surgery
cardiochirurgico {adj} [surgery]  :: cardiac surgery (attributive), heart surgery (attributive)
cardiochirurgo {m}  :: heart surgeon
cardiocinetico {adj}  :: cardiokinetic
cardiocinetico {m} [medicine]  :: cardiac stimulant
cardiocircolatorio {adj}  :: cardiovascular, cardiocirculatory
cardiocita {m}  :: cardiocyte
cardiodilatazione {f} [medicine]  :: cardiodilation
cardiofrequenzimetro {m}  :: heart rate monitor
cardiogenico {adj}  :: cardiogenic
cardiogeno {adj}  :: cardiogenic
cardiografia {f} [medicine]  :: cardiography
cardiografico {adj} [medicine]  :: cardiographic
cardiografo {m} [medicine]  :: cardiograph
cardiogramma {m} [medicine]  :: cardiogram
cardioide {adj}  :: cardioid
cardioide {f} [geometry]  :: cardioid
cardioipertrofia {f} [medicine]  :: cardiohypertrophy
cardiolipina {f} [biochemistry]  :: cardiolipin
cardiologa {f}  :: cardiologist (female)
cardiologia {f} [medicine]  :: cardiology
cardiologico {adj}  :: cardiological
cardiologo {m}  :: cardiologist
cardiomegalia {f} [pathology]  :: cardiomegaly, megalocardia
cardiomiocita {m} [cytology]  :: cardiomyocyte
cardiomiopatia {f} [disease]  :: cardiomyopathy
cardionevrosi {f} [medicine]  :: cardioneurosis
cardiopalma {m}  :: Variant of cardiopalmo
cardiopalmo {m} [pathology]  :: palpitation (of the heart)
cardiopatia {f} [pathology]  :: heart condition, heart disease, cardiomyopathy
cardiopatico {adj}  :: cardiopathic
cardiopatico {m}  :: Person suffering from a heart problem
cardioplegia {f} [surgery]  :: cardioplegia
cardiopolmonare {adj} [anatomy]  :: cardiopulmonary
cardioradiologia {f} [medicine]  :: cardiac radiology
cardiorespiratorio {adj}  :: cardiorespiratory
cardioreumatico {adj}  :: cardiorheumatic
cardiosclerosi {f} [pathology]  :: cardiosclerosis
cardioselettivo {adj} [medicine]  :: cardioselective
cardiospasmo {m} [pathology]  :: cardiospasm
cardiostenosi {f}  :: cardiostenosis
cardiostimolante {adj}  :: cardiokinetic, cardiostimulant
cardiostimolatore {m} [medicine]  :: pacemaker
cardiotocografia {f} [medicine]  :: cardiotocography
cardiotonico {adj}  :: cardiotonic
cardiotonico {m} [pharmacology]  :: cardiotonic agent, cardiotonic drug
cardiotoracico {adj} [anatomy]  :: cardiothoracic
cardiotossico {adj}  :: cardiotoxic
cardiovascolare {adj} [anatomy]  :: cardiovascular
cardioversione {f} [medicine]  :: cardioversion
cardite {f} [medicine]  :: carditis
cardo {m}  :: thistle
cardo {m}  :: teasel
cardo {m}  :: implement for carding wool with thistle-like bristles, card
cardo {m}  :: The principal north-south street in Roman cities or encampments
cardoncello {m} [mushrooms]  :: king trumpet mushroom, French horn mushroom, king oyster mushroom, king brown mushroom (Pleurotus eryngii)
cardone {f}  :: cardoon
Carducci {prop}  :: surname
Carducci {prop}  :: Giosuè Carducci (1835–1907), Italian poet
carducciano {adj}  :: Of or pertating to Italian poet Giosuè Carducci (1835–1907) or his writings
Carelia {prop}  :: Karelia
careliano {adj}  :: Karelian
careliano {m}  :: Karelian
carello {m}  :: A padded cushion, typically placed on a toilet seat
carena {f} [nautical]  :: keel (of a ship)
carenaggio {m}  :: careening
carenaggio {m}  :: streamlining
carenante {v}  :: present participle of carenare
carenare {vt}  :: to careen
carenare {vt}  :: to streamline
carenatura {f}  :: fairing, housing
carente {adj} [with di to mean in]  :: lacking
carenza {f}  :: shortage
carenza {f}  :: deficiency
carenziale {adj}  :: deficiency (attributive)
carestia {f}  :: famine
carestia {f}  :: scarcity, lack
caretta {f}  :: loggerhead turtle
carezza {f}  :: caress
carezza {f}  :: pat, pet (on an animal)
carezzante {v}  :: present participle of carezzare
carezzantesi {v}  :: present participle of carezzarsi
carezzare {vt}  :: Variant of accarezzare
carezzarsi {vr}  :: Variant of accarezzarsi
carezzatosi {v}  :: past participle of carezzarsi
carezzevole {adj}  :: sweet, endearing
carezzevole {adj}  :: affectionate, amorous
carezzevolmente {adv}  :: sweetly, endearingly
carfologia {f}  :: carphology
cargo {m}  :: cargo boat
cargo {m}  :: freighter (boat or plane)
cariante {v}  :: present participle of cariare
cariantesi {v}  :: present participle of cariarsi
cariare {vt} [dentistry]  :: to decay teeth
cariare {vt}  :: to corrode
cariarsi {v}  :: reflexive of cariare
cariarsi {v}  :: to decay [of teeth]
cariatide {f} [architecture]  :: caryatid
cariatide {f} [figuratively]  :: fogey
cariato {adj}  :: decayed
cariato {adj}  :: carious
cariatosi {v}  :: past participle of cariarsi
caribù {m}  :: caribou
caribico {adj}  :: Caribbean, Carib (attributive)
carica {f}  :: position, charge
carica {f}  :: load
caricabatterie {m}  :: battery charger; charger
caricabile {adj}  :: loadable, chargeable
caricamento {m}  :: loading (all senses)
caricamento {m}  :: charging (a battery etc)
caricante {v}  :: present participle of caricare
caricantesi {v}  :: present participle of caricarsi
caricare {vt}  :: to load, to stow
caricare {vt}  :: to take aboard, hoist, pick up
caricare {vt}  :: to emphasize, overdo
caricare {vt} [figuratively]  :: to rouse, fire, pep up
caricare {vt}  :: to charge, attack
caricare {vt} [electricity]  :: to charge
caricare {vt}  :: to wind, wind up [of a watch, game, etc.]
caricare {vt} [computing]  :: to upload
caricare {vt} [computing]  :: to load (up) (of a program)
caricare con ipoteca {v}  :: to encumber (to add a legal claim or other obligation)
caricarsi {v}  :: reflexive of caricare
caricarsi {v}  :: to burden oneself
caricarsi {v}  :: to gear oneself up, psych oneself up
caricato {adj}  :: loaded
caricato {adj}  :: charged
caricato {adj}  :: concentrated
caricatore {m}  :: magazine (of a weapon)
caricatore {m}  :: cartridge (photographic)
caricatore {m}  :: loader (person or device)
caricatore {m}  :: charger (for a battery)
caricatore {adj}  :: loading (attributive)
caricatosi {v}  :: past participle of caricarsi
caricatrice {adj}  :: charging (electrical)
caricatrice {adj}  :: charger (attributive)
caricatura {f}  :: caricature
caricaturale {adj}  :: ridiculous
caricaturale {adj}  :: grotesque
caricaturante {v}  :: present participle of caricaturare
caricaturare {v}  :: to caricature
caricaturato {adj}  :: caricatured
caricaturato {adj}  :: ridiculed
caricaturista {mf}  :: caricaturist
caricaturizzante {v}  :: present participle of caricaturizzare
caricaturizzare {v}  :: To caricature
caricazione {f} [nautical]  :: loading
carice {m}  :: sedge (of genus Carex)
carico {adj}  :: loaded, laden
carico {adj}  :: loaded (of a gun, etc.)
carico {adj}  :: charged (of a battery, etc.)
carico {adj}  :: wound up (of a clock, etc.)
carico {adj}  :: intense (of a colour)
carico {adj}  :: strong (of coffee, tea, etc.)
carico {m}  :: loading
carico {m}  :: load, cargo
carico {m}  :: charge (of a battery etc.)
Cariddi {prop}  :: Charybdis
carie {f}  :: decay, caries, cavity (of the teeth)
carie {f} [botany]  :: rot
carie {f} [pathology]  :: caries (of bones)
carillon {m}  :: musical box
carillon {m}  :: carillon
carineria {f}  :: sweet nothing (kind or caring word)
carinissimo {adj}  :: Very nice
carinissimo {adj}  :: Very pretty
carino {adj}  :: nice
carino {adj}  :: pretty
carino {adj}  :: good-looking
Carinzia {prop}  :: Carinthia
carinziano {adj}  :: Carinthian
cario- {prefix}  :: karyo-
carioca {adj}  :: Of or relating to the city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
carioca {mf}  :: An inhabitant of the city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
carioca {mf}  :: carioca (dance)
cariocinesi {f} [biology]  :: karyokinesis
cariocinetico {adj} [biology]  :: karyokinetic, mitotic
carioclasi {f}  :: karyoclasis
cariofillaceo {m}  :: carnation, pink or any other plant of the family Caryophyllaceae
cariofillata {f}  :: herb bennet (Geum urbanum)
cariofillene {m} [organic compound]  :: caryophyllene
cariogamia {f} [biology]  :: karyogamy
cariogenesi {n}  :: cariogenesis
cariogenetico {adj}  :: karyogenetic
cariogeno {adj}  :: cariogenic
cariogramma {m} [genetics]  :: karyogram
cariolana {f}  :: A traditional wheelbarrow race held at festivals in Como
cariologia {f}  :: karyology
carioplasma {m} [cytology]  :: karyoplasm, nucleoplasm
carioressi {f}  :: karyorrhexis
carioso {adj}  :: carious
cariosside {f} [botany]  :: caryopsis (cereal grain)
cariotipico {adj}  :: karyotypic
cariotipo {m} [genetics]  :: karyotype
carisma {m}  :: charisma
carismaticamente {adv}  :: charismatically
carismatico {adj}  :: charismatic
carissimo {adj}  :: dearest, fondest
carità {f}  :: charity
caritatevole {adj}  :: charitable, softhearted
caritatevolmente {adv}  :: charitably
caritatevolmente {adv}  :: kindly, lovingly
caritativo {adj}  :: charitable
Carla {prop}  :: given name, feminine form of Carlo
Carli {prop}  :: surname
Carli {prop}  :: Gian Rinaldo Carli, Italian writer and historian
carlina {f}  :: carline (thistle of genus Carlina)
carlinga {f}  :: fuselage
carlino {m}  :: Any of several small coins minted until the 19th century
carlino {m}  :: pug (dog)
Carlino {prop}  :: A small town in the Udine province of Friuli-Venezia Giulia
carlismo {m}  :: Carlism
carlista {adj}  :: Carlist
carlista {mf}  :: Carlist
Carlo {prop}  :: given name, equivalent to Charles
Carlomagno {prop}  :: alternative form of Carlo Magno
Carlo Magno {prop}  :: Charlemagne (king of the Franks)
carlona {f}  :: Only used in the phrase alla carlona
Carlopago {prop}  :: Karlobag
Carlotta {prop}  :: Charlotte
Carluccio {prop}  :: given name, variant of Carlo
carme {f}  :: a solemn song (especially those of the Roman poet Horace)
Carmela {prop}  :: given name, cognate to English Carmel and Spanish Carmen
Carmelina {prop} [colloquial]  :: synonym of Carmela
carmelitano {adj}  :: Carmelite
carmelitano {m}  :: Carmelite
Carmelo {prop}  :: given name of biblical origin, the masculine form of Carmela
carminativo {adj}  :: carminative
carminativo {m}  :: carminative
carminazione {f}  :: flatulence
Carmine {prop}  :: given name
carminico {adj}  :: carminic
carminio {adj}  :: carmine, crimson
carminio {m}  :: carmine
carnagione {f}  :: complexion (appearance of the skin on the face)
carnaio {m}  :: charnel house
carnaio {m}  :: carnage, slaughter
carnaio {m}  :: shambles
carnale {adj}  :: carnal
carnale {adj}  :: consanguineous
carnalità {f}  :: carnality
carnalmente {adv}  :: carnally
carnalmente {adv}  :: sexually
carname {m}  :: Mass of rotten flesh
Carnaro {prop}  :: alternative form of Quarnaro
carnaroli {n}  :: A medium-grain variety of rice from around Pavia
carnascialesco {adj}  :: carnival (attributive)
carnato {m} [regional]  :: complexion (appearance of the skin)
carne {f}  :: meat, flesh
carneade {m}  :: unknown (person)
carne di cervo {f}  :: venison, deer meat, deerflesh
carnefice {m}  :: executioner
carnefice {m}  :: torturer, tormentor, persecutor
carnefice {m}  :: victimizer, brutal murderer
carnefice {m}  :: hangman (word game)
carneficina {f}  :: A massacre, a carnage, a slaughter
carneo {adj}  :: meaty
carnera {m}  :: An exceptionally strong and physically imposing man
Carnera {prop}  :: surname
Carnera {prop}  :: Primo Carnera, Italian boxer
carnevalata {f}  :: fun
carnevalata {f}  :: tomfoolery, clowning
carnevale {m}  :: carnival; festival in the week before Lent
carnevalesco {adj}  :: carnival (attributive)
carnezzeria {f}  :: butchershop
carnicino {adj}  :: flesh-coloured
carnico {adj}  :: Of or relating to the Carnia (which is part of the Friuli-Venezia Giulia) or the Carnia people; Carnic
carnico {m}  :: A native or inhabitant of Carnia
carniere {m}  :: game bag
carnificazione {f} [pathology]  :: carnification
carnitina {f} [organic compound]  :: carnitine
carnivora {f}  :: feminine noun of carnivoro
carnivoro {m}  :: carnivore
carnivoro {m}  :: man-eater
carnivoro {adj}  :: carnivorous
carnivoro {adj}  :: man-eating
carnosauro {m}  :: carnosaur
carnosità {f}  :: fleshiness
carnosità {f}  :: fullness (of the lips)
carnoso {adj}  :: fleshy, carnose
carnoso {adj}  :: full (of the lips)
carnoso {adj}  :: meaty
carnoso {adj}  :: pulpy, pulpous
caro {adj}  :: dear (beloved, or in the salutation of a letter), sweetheart
caro {adj}  :: dear, precious, expensive
caro {m}  :: dear (darling)
Carocci {prop}  :: surname
carogna {f} [saprophagy]  :: carrion
carogna {f}  :: swine (vile person)
carognata {f}  :: dirty trick
carola {f}  :: carol
Carola {prop}  :: given name, equivalent to Carol
Carolina del Nord {prop}  :: North Carolina
Carolina del Sud {prop}  :: South Carolina
carolingio {adj}  :: Carolingian
carolingio {m}  :: Carolingian
carolino {adj}  :: Carolingian
Caron {prop}  :: medieval spelling of Caronte
Caronte {prop}  :: Charon
caropane {n}  :: A steep rise in the price of bread following the Second World War
carosello {m}  :: merry-go-round [British], carousel [US]
Carosone {prop}  :: surname
carota {f}  :: carrot
carota {f}  :: core, core sample
carotaggio {m}  :: coring, core boring
carotamento {m}  :: coring
carotante {v}  :: present participle of carotare
carotare {vt}  :: To core (extract a sample with a drill)
carotatura {f}  :: carroting
carotenale {m} [organic chemistry]  :: carotenal
carotene {m} [organic chemistry]  :: carotene
carotenico {adj}  :: carotenic
carotenoide {m} [organic chemistry]  :: carotenoid
carotide {f} [anatomy]  :: carotid
carotideo {adj}  :: carotid
carotina {f}  :: alternative form of carotene
carovana {f}  :: caravan (in the desert)
carovana {f}  :: convoy
carovaniere {m}  :: caravaner
carovaniero {adj}  :: caravan, convoy (attributive)
carovita {m}  :: cost of living
carovita {m}  :: allowance (for the cost of living) (properly indennità di carovita)
carpa {f} [zoology, ichthyology]  :: carp (fish)
carpaccio {m}  :: carpaccio
Carpaccio {prop}  :: surname
Carpaccio {prop}  :: Vittore Carpaccio, Italian painter
carpale {adj} [skeleton]  :: carpal
carpatico {adj}  :: Carpathian
Carpazi {prop}  :: Carpathians
carpello {m} [botany]  :: carpel
carpente {v}  :: present participle of carpire
carpenteria {f}  :: carpentry
carpentiere {m}  :: carpenter
carpetta {f}  :: folder
Carpi {prop}  :: A town in the province of Modena in Emilia-Romagna
carpiato {adj}  :: piked (bent at the hips, but with the knees straight)
carpigiano {adj}  :: Of or from Carpi
carpine {m}  :: Variant of carpino
carpinella {f}  :: European hop-hornbeam (tree, Ostrya carpinifolia)
carpinella {f}  :: Oriental hornbeam (tree, Carpinus orientalis)
carpineta {f}  :: common hornbeam wood, European hornbeam wood (forest)
carpineta {f}  :: hornbeam wood (forest)
carpineto {m}  :: Variant of carpineta
carpino {m}  :: common hornbeam, European hornbeam (tree, Carpinus betulus)
carpino {m}  :: hornbeam (tree, genus Carpinus)
carpino bianco {m}  :: common hornbeam, European hornbeam (tree, Carpinus betulus)
carpino nero {m}  :: European hop-hornbeam (tree, Ostrya carpinifolia)
carpino orientale {m}  :: Oriental hornbeam (tree, Carpinus orientalis)
carpionante {v}  :: present participle of carpionare
carpionare {vt}  :: To souse
carpionato {adj}  :: soused
carpione {m}  :: carp (freshwater fish)
carpire {vt}  :: to catch, grab [attention, etc.]
carpire {vt}  :: to steal [a kiss]
carpo {m} [skeleton]  :: carpus
carpo- {prefix} [botany]  :: Forms terms concerning fruit
carpo- {prefix} [anatomy]  :: Forms terms concerning the bones of the wrist
-carpo {suffix}  :: forms botanical terms concerning fruit
carpocapsa {f}  :: codling moth
carpodaco messicano {m}  :: house finch
carpoforo {m} [biology]  :: The fruiting body of a fungus
carpologia {f} [botany]  :: carpology
carpon {adv}  :: apocopic form of carponi
carpone {adv}  :: Obsolete form of carponi
carponi {adv}  :: on all fours, on one's hands and knees
carré {m}  :: loin (of meat)
carré {m}  :: a type of hairstyle in which the hair is all cut to the same length
carrabile {adj}  :: suitable for motor vehicles
carradore {m}  :: cartwright, wheelwright
carraia {f} [archaic]  :: a street, road, or path for carts, wagons, carriages, etc
carraio {adj}  :: carriage, vehicle (attributive)
carrambata {f} [neologism, usually, humorous, from television]  :: An unexpected reunion between people who have not seen each other, or have not kept in touch, for a long time
Carrara {prop}  :: A town in the province of Massa e Carrara, Tuscany famous for its marble quarries
carrareccia {f}  :: cart track
carrareccia {f}  :: rut
carrarese {adj}  :: Relating to Carrara
Carrarese {mf}  :: A native or inhabitant of Carrara
Carrarese {mf}  :: (singular only) The dialect of Italian spoken in the Carrara region
carrarmato {m}  :: Variant of carro armato
carrarmato {m}  :: A rubber sole (of a shoe) with indentations that help it grip
carrata {f}  :: cartload, cartful
carreggiabile {adj} [of a road]  :: Open to traffic
carreggiabile {m}  :: lane (of a road)
carreggiante {v}  :: present participle of carreggiare
carreggiare {vt}  :: To cart
carreggiata {f}  :: carriageway (section of road)
carreggio {m}  :: carting
carreggio {m}  :: haulage
carrellabile {adj}  :: trailerable
carrellante {v}  :: present participle of carrellare
carrellare {vi}  :: To track (cinematic technique)
carrellata {f}  :: tracking (cinematic technique)
carrellata {f}  :: tracking shot
carrellista {mf}  :: platform vendor (at a railway station)
carrellista {mf}  :: dollyman (cinema or TV)
carrello {m}  :: trolley
carrello {m}  :: hopper
carrello {m}  :: shopping cart (supermarket)
carrello {m}  :: undercarriage
carrello {m}  :: carriage (of a typewriter)
carrello {m}  :: dolly (film)
carrello {m} [mining]  :: hutch
carrello elevatore {m}  :: forklift
carretta {f}  :: cart
carretta {f}  :: banger (old car)
carretta del mare {f}  :: floating wreck
carrettaio {m}  :: carter
carrettaio {m}  :: cartwright, wheelwright
carrettata {f}  :: cartload, cartful
carrettiere {m}  :: carter
carrettiere {m}  :: carrier (tradesman)
carretto {m}  :: cart (small)
carretto {m}  :: buggy
carretto siciliano {m}  :: A decorated cart, normally drawn by a donkey, used in Sicily for carrying produce etc
carriaggio {m} [military]  :: baggage wagon (or its contents)
carriera {f}  :: career
Carriera {prop}  :: surname
Carriera {prop}  :: Rosalba Carriera, Italian paintress
carrierismo {m}  :: careerism
carrierista {f}  :: careerist
carrieristico {adj}  :: careerist
carriola {f}  :: wheelbarrow
carrista {m}  :: tank driver or soldier
carrista {m}  :: tanker
carro {m}  :: a means of transport used to carry goods; a wagon, cart, van, lorry, wain or truck
Carro {prop}  :: A small town in the province of La Spezia in Liguria
carro armato {m}  :: tank (military vehicle)
carro attrezzi {n}  :: tow truck, breakdown lorry, breakdown truck, recovery truck, wrecker
carro attrezzi {n}  :: A motor vehicle typically equipped with winches, chains, and related equipment, and used to tow disabled vehicles
carroccio {m}  :: A large war chariot drawn by oxen
carro funebre {m}  :: hearse (funeral vehicle)
carronata {f}  :: carronade
carroponte {m}  :: overhead crane, bridge crane
carrozza {f}  :: carriage (horse-drawn, or railway)
carrozza {f}  :: railroad car, railcar
carrozzabile {adj} [of a road]  :: Open to vehicles (especially to goods vehicles)
carrozzabile {f}  :: Such a road
carrozza ferroviaria {f}  :: coach, carriage (railroad car drawn by a locomotive)
carrozza funeraria {f}  :: hearse
carrozzaio {m}  :: coachbuilder
carrozzante {v}  :: present participle of carrozzare
carrozzare {vt} [automobiles]  :: To build the body for
carrozza ristorante {n}  :: wagon-restaurant
carrozzato {adj} [automobiles]  :: coach-built
carrozzato {adj} [colloquial]  :: stacked, buxom, curvy
carrozzella {f}  :: hackney cab, cab
carrozzella {f}  :: wheelchair
carrozzeria {f}  :: body, bodywork (of a car)
carrozzeria {f}  :: body shop (bodywork repair workshop)
carrozzetta {f}  :: pram
carrozzetta {f}  :: sidecar (of motorcycle)
carrozziere {m}  :: coachbuilder
carrozziere {m}  :: car designer
carrozzina {f}  :: pram; perambulator; baby carriage; baby buggy
carrozzina {f}  :: wheelchair
carrozzino {m}  :: sidecar (of a motorcycle)
carrozzone {m}  :: caravan (wheeled transport)
carruba {f}  :: carob, locust bean
carrubeto {m}  :: carob plantation
carrubeto {m}  :: carob wood (forest)
carrubina {f}  :: locust bean gum
carrubo {m}  :: carob (tree)
carruca {f}  :: coach, carriage
carrucola {f}  :: pulley
carruga {f}  :: wine moth (of genus Oinophila)
carruggio {m}  :: alley
carseolano {adj}  :: Of or from Carsoli
carsico {adj}  :: karsic; karst (attributive)
carsismo {m} [geology]  :: karst topography
Carso {prop}  :: Karst
Carsoli {prop}  :: A small town in the L'Aquila province of Abruzzo
carsolino {m}  :: Native or inhabitant of Carso (in Italy or Slovenia)
carsolino {adj} [geology]  :: carst, karst (attributive)
carsolino {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to Carso
carta {f}  :: paper (the material)
carta {f}  :: map
carta {f}  :: menu
carta abrasiva {f}  :: sandpaper
carta assorbente {f}  :: blotting paper
carta autocopiante {f}  :: carbonless copy paper
carta carbone {f}  :: carbon paper
cartacarbone {f}  :: Variant of carta carbone
cartaccia {f}  :: wastepaper
cartaceo {adj}  :: paper (attributive), papery
carta da filtro {f}  :: filter paper
carta da gioco {f}  :: A playing card
carta da lettere {f}  :: writing paper, notepaper
carta da musica {f}  :: alternative form of carta musica
carta da parati {f}  :: wallpaper (decorative material)
carta dei vini {f}  :: A wine list
carta di credito {f}  :: A credit card
carta di debito {f} [finance]  :: debit card
carta d'identità {f}  :: An ID card, an identity card
carta di riso {f}  :: rice paper
carta geografica {f}  :: map
carta geografica {f}  :: chart
Cartagine {prop}  :: Carthage
cartaginese {adj}  :: Carthaginian
cartaginese {mf}  :: Carthaginian
cartagloria {f}  :: altar card (used in the Tridentine mass}
carta igienica {f}  :: toilet paper, bathroom tissue
cartaio {m}  :: paper worker, manufacturer or dealer
carta millimetrata {f}  :: graph paper, millimeter paper
cartamo {m}  :: safflower
cartamodello {m}  :: paper pattern (for a dress etc)
cartamoneta {f}  :: paper money
carta musica {f} [literally]  :: music paper
carta musica {f}  :: A type of very thin, crisp flatbread from Sardinia
cartamusica {f}  :: alternative spelling of carta musica
carta nautica {f} [nautical]  :: navigational chart
cartapecora {f}  :: parchment, vellum
cartapesta {f} [usually uncountable]  :: papier-mâché (paper mixed with glue used to create sculptures)
cartario {m}  :: collection of documents
cartario {adj}  :: paper (attributive)
carta SIM {f}  :: A SIM card
cartastraccia {f}  :: waste paper
cartastraccia {f}  :: scrap paper
cartasuga {f}  :: blotting paper
cartata {f}  :: As much as a cone or paper will hold
carta velina {f}  :: tissue paper
carta velina {f}  :: carbon paper
cartavetrante {v}  :: present participle of cartavetrare
cartavetrare {vt}  :: To sandpaper
carta vetrata {f}  :: sandpaper
carteggiante {v}  :: present participle of carteggiare
carteggiare {vt}  :: To sandpaper
carteggiare {vi} [aeronautics, nautical]  :: To plot
carteggiare {vt}  :: To correspond
carteggio {m}  :: correspondence, letters
cartella {f}  :: folder, file
cartella {f}  :: briefcase, schoolbag, satchel
cartella {f} [computing]  :: folder
cartella {f}  :: typewritten page
cartella {f}  :: scorecard (bingo)
cartellata {f}  :: A Christmas sweet, typical of Puglia, made from deep-fried curly ribbons of dough
cartelletta {f}  :: A binder (holder for papers)
cartelliera {f}  :: filing cabinet
cartellina {f}  :: A folder or a binder
cartellinante {v}  :: present participle of cartellinare
cartellinare {vt}  :: To label, to tag
cartellino {m}  :: A label or a tag
cartellino {m}  :: A timesheet, a timecard
cartellino {m} [sports]  :: contract
cartellino giallo {m} [sports]  :: yellow card
cartellino rosso {m} [sports]  :: red card
cartellista {m}  :: Member of a cartel
cartellistico {adj}  :: cartel (attributive)
cartello {m}  :: A sign, a notice, a placard, a signboard
cartello {m}  :: A signpost, a road sign
cartello {m}  :: A shop sign
cartello {m} [economics]  :: A cartel, a syndicate
cartellone {m}  :: A poster, bill, billboard or placard
cartellone {m}  :: (theatre) A playbill, a programme, a bill
cartellonista {mf} [arts]  :: poster artist
cartellonistica {f}  :: poster designing
cartellonistica {f}  :: signage
carter {m}  :: chain guard (on a bicycle or motorcycle)
carter {m}  :: oil sump (in a car)
cartesianamente {adv}  :: In a Cartesian manner
cartesianesimo {m} [philosophy]  :: Cartesianism
cartesianismo {m}  :: Cartesianism
cartesiano {adj}  :: Cartesian
Cartesio {prop}  :: Descartes
cartevalori {n}  :: paper money
carthusiano {adj}  :: Carthusian
carticino {m}  :: A sheet of printed paper folded to form four pages
cartiera {f}  :: A paper mill, a paper factory
cartificio {m}  :: paper mill, paper factory
cartiglia {f}  :: low card (in a card game)
cartiglio {m}  :: scroll, title block
cartiglio {m}  :: cartouche
cartilagine {f} [anatomy]  :: cartilage, gristle
cartilagineo {adj}  :: cartilaginous, gristly
cartilaginoso {adj}  :: cartilaginous, gristly
cartina {f}  :: A map or a small map
cartina {f}  :: A cigarette paper, rolling paper
cartismo {m}  :: Chartism
cartista {adj}  :: Chartist
cartista {f}  :: Chartist
carto- {prefix}  :: Forms terms relating to paper or card/cards
cartocciata {f}  :: bagful, bag (quantity)
cartoccio {m}  :: paper bag
cartoccio {m}  :: cornet (cone shaped container)
cartoccio {m}  :: powder charge
cartografante {v}  :: present participle of cartografare
cartografare {v}  :: To map
cartografato {adj}  :: mapped
cartografia {f}  :: cartography
cartograficamente {adv}  :: cartographically
cartografico {adj}  :: cartographic
cartografo {m}  :: cartographer
cartogramma {m}  :: cartogram
cartolaia {f}  :: stationer (female)
cartolaio {m}  :: stationer
cartolare {adj}  :: securitized
cartolarizzante {v}  :: present participle of cartolarizzare
cartolarizzare {vt}  :: To securitize
cartolarizzazione {f}  :: securitization (of financial instruments)
cartoleria {f}  :: stationer's (shop)
cartolibreria {f}  :: stationer's shop that also sells books
cartolina {f}  :: postcard
cartomante {mf}  :: fortuneteller
cartomantico {adj}  :: fortune telling, cartomancy (attributive)
cartomanzia {f}  :: cartomancy, fortune-telling
cartonaggio {m}  :: cardboard packaging
cartonante {v}  :: present participle of cartonare
cartonare {vt}  :: To bind in paperboard
cartonato {adj}  :: stiffened
cartonato {adj}  :: hardback (book)
cartoncino {m}  :: Thin cardboard
cartoncino {m}  :: paperboard
cartoncino {m}  :: card or ticket
cartone {m}  :: cardboard, paperboard
cartone {m}  :: A carton, a box
cartone {m}  :: A cartoon (an artist's preliminary sketch or an animated cartoon)
cartone animato {m}  :: An animated cartoon, a cartoon
cartone ondulato {m}  :: corrugated cardboard
cartonfeltro {m}  :: bituminized felt
cartongessista {m}  :: plasterboard (board made from cartongesso)
cartongesso {m}  :: plasterboard (material)
cartonificio {m}  :: cardboard factory
cartonista {mf}  :: cartoonist
cartoteca {f}  :: map collection
cartotecnica {f}  :: paper industry
cartotecnica {f}  :: female worker in the paper industry
cartotecnico {adj}  :: paper industry (attributive)
cartotecnico {m}  :: worker in the paper industry
cartuccia {f}  :: A cartridge
cartucciera {f}  :: cartridge box
cartulario {m}  :: cartulary (all senses)
caruso {m} [Sicily]  :: baby
Caruso {prop}  :: surname
Caruso {prop}  :: Enrico Caruso, Italian tenor
carvacrolo {m} [organic compound]  :: carvacrol
carvi {m}  :: caraway
casa {f}  :: house
casa {f}  :: home
casa {f}  :: shop
casa {f} [board games]  :: square
casa {f}  :: Family, dynasty, descent, extraction, stock, lineage, birth, origin, race (in the sense of the preceding words, not "human race")
casa {f}  :: Company, firm
casa a schiera {f}  :: terraced house, rowhouse
casa barca {f} [nautical]  :: houseboat
casa-barca {f}  :: alternative spelling of casa barca
Casa Bianca {prop}  :: the White House
casacca {f}  :: coat, jacket
casaccio {m}  :: chance (especially an unfortunate chance happening)
casa chiusa {f}  :: brothel
casa colonica {f}  :: farmhouse - a square of buildings surrounding a courtyard (the aia)
casa costruttrice {f}  :: manufacturer
casa da gioco {f}  :: gambling house, gambling den
casa d'appuntamenti {f}  :: brothel
Casadei {prop}  :: surname
casa dello studente {f}  :: hall of residence
casa di bambole {f}  :: dollhouse
casa di correzione {f}  :: house of correction
casa di cura {f}  :: nursing home
casa di malaffare {n}  :: brothel
casa di malaffare {n}  :: house of ill fame
casa di moda {f}  :: fashion house
casa di pena {f}  :: prison
casa di piacere {f}  :: brothel
casa di riposo {f}  :: retirement home, rest home, nursing home
casa discografica {f}  :: record company
casa discografica {f}  :: record label (brand of a company that produces records)
casa di tolleranza {f} [obsolete]  :: brothel
casa editrice {f}  :: publishing house, publisher
casa farmaceutica {f}  :: pharmaceutical company
casaforte {f}  :: fortified house
casa generalizia {f}  :: motherhouse
Casagrande {prop}  :: surname
Casagrande {prop}  :: An Italian publishing house
casalasco {adj}  :: Of or from Casalmaggiore
casale {m}  :: hamlet
casale {m}  :: farmhouse
Casale {prop}  :: surname
Casale {prop}  :: (especially in combination) Any of several small Italian towns
Casale Monferrato {prop}  :: A small town near Alessandria in Piedmont
casalese {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to Casale Monferrato
casalese {mf}  :: Native or inhabitant of Casale Monferrato
casalinga {f}  :: housewife
casalingo {adj}  :: home, homely, house
casalingo {adj}  :: homemade
casalingo {m} [humorous]  :: househusband, house husband
Casalmaggiore {prop}  :: A town in the Cremona province of Lombardia
Casalodi {prop}  :: surname
casa madre {f}  :: motherhouse
casamatta {f} [military]  :: casemate
casamento {m}  :: apartment building, tenement
casamicciola {f}  :: disarray, confusion
casamobile {f}  :: caravan, mobile home
casanova {m}  :: A great seducer
casarecce {f}  :: A type of pasta in the form of short, narrow, twisted tubes
casareccio {adj}  :: alternative spelling of casereccio
casaro {m}  :: dairyman
casata {f}  :: noble family, house
casata {f}  :: lineage
casato {m}  :: family name
casba {f}  :: casbah
cascame {m}  :: waste (textile)
cascamorto {m}  :: womanizer
cascamorto {m}  :: lounge lizard
cascante {v}  :: present participle of cascare
cascante {adj}  :: drooping, droopy
cascare {vi}  :: To fall
cascata {f}  :: cascade
cascata {f}  :: waterfall
cascatella {f}  :: A small waterfall
cascatore {m}  :: stand-in (film double for action shots)
cascherino {m}  :: baker's delivery boy
caschetto {m}  :: A form of protective headgear used in alpinism
cascina {f}  :: farmstead
cascinaia {f}  :: farmer (female)
cascinaia {f}  :: dairywoman
cascinaio {m}  :: farmer
cascinaio {m}  :: dairyman
cascinale {m}  :: farmhouse
cascinale {m}  :: farmstead
cascinetta {f}  :: Small farmstead
cascino {m}  :: wooden cheese mould
cascinotto {m}  :: small farmhouse
cascinotto {m}  :: hut, shed
casciotta {f}  :: A form of caciotta from the province of Pesaro e Urbino
casciubico {m}  :: Kashubian (language)
casciubo {adj}  :: Kashubian
casco {m}  :: helmet
casco {m}  :: crash helmet
casco {m}  :: hair dryer
casco {m}  :: bunch (of bananas)
casco blu {m}  :: blue beret, blue helmet (UN peacekeeper)
cascola {f}  :: Premature dropping of fruit due to disease or other factors
cascolante {v}  :: present participle of cascolare
cascolare {v} [of chestnuts]  :: To ripen, open and fall from the tree
caseario {adj}  :: dairy (attributive)
caseggiato {m}  :: block of flats [British], apartment block [US]
caseggiato {m}  :: block (group of buildings)
caseificazione {f}  :: cheese making
caseificio {m}  :: dairy, cheese company
caseiforme {adj}  :: cheeselike
caseina {f} [protein]  :: casein
caseinato {m}  :: caseinate
casella {f}  :: box
casella {f}  :: square (of a chess board)
casella {f}  :: pigeonhole
Casella {prop}  :: A small town in the province of Genova in Liguria
casella di spunta {f}  :: tickbox, checkbox
casellante {m}  :: signalman (railway)
casellante {m}  :: level crossing keeper
casellante {m}  :: toll collector (motorway)
casella postale {f}  :: post office box
casellario {m} [office, furniture]  :: filing cabinet [British], file cabinet [US]
casellario {m}  :: records, indexes
casellista {mf}  :: Holder of a safe-deposit box or similar
casello {m}  :: toll booth, tollgate, tollbar
casello {m}  :: signal box
casentinese {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to Casentino
casentinese {mf}  :: Native or inhabitant of Casentino
caseoso {adj}  :: cheesy
casereccio {adj}  :: homemade, home baked
casereccio {adj}  :: plain, simple
caserma {f}  :: barracks
casermaggio {m}  :: barracks furniture and fittings
casermesco {adj}  :: barrack-like
casermetta {f}  :: A subsection of a barracks
casermone {m}  :: A large apartment building, a large tenement
Caserta {prop}  :: Caserta (province)
Caserta {prop}  :: Caserta (town)
casertano {m}  :: A native or inhabitant of Caserta
casertano {adj}  :: Of or relating to Caserta or the Caserta people
casetta {f}  :: Little house
Casilino {prop}  :: A district of Rome
Casimiro {prop}  :: Casimir
casinò {m}  :: casino
casina {f}  :: Little house
Casini {prop}  :: surname
Casini {prop}  :: Pier Ferdinando Casini, Italian politician
casinista {mf}  :: hellraiser
casinista {mf}  :: trouble maker
casino {m}  :: brothel
casino {m}  :: mess
casino {m}  :: hunting lodge
casino {m}  :: casino
casino {m}  :: A particular card game
Casio {prop}  :: Casium (titular see in north Africa)
casista {m}  :: casuist
casistica {f}  :: survey
casistica {f}  :: case report, case study, case mix
casistica {f}  :: casuistry
casistico {adj} [legal]  :: Based on case law
casistico {adj}  :: casuistic
caso {m}  :: chance, fate
caso {m}  :: chance, coincidence, accident
caso {m}  :: case, circumstance, matter, affair
caso {m}  :: possibility, opportunity, alternative
caso {m} [grammar]  :: case
casolare {m}  :: cottage, farmhouse, homestead
caso mai {conj}  :: alternative spelling of casomai
casomai {conj}  :: in case, perhaps, maybe, possibly
casoncello {m} [in the plural, culinary]  :: A form of ravioli from Lombardy
casone {m}  :: A type of peasant's house in the Veneto
casonseo {m}  :: (especially in plural) synonym of casoncello
caso obliquo {m} [grammar]  :: oblique case
caso retto {m} [grammar]  :: direct case
Casoria {prop}  :: a town in the province of Naples in Campania in Italy
casotto {m}  :: hut, cabin, shed
casotto {m} [obsolete]  :: brothel
casotto {m} [figuratively]  :: racket, fuss
casotto {m} [figuratively]  :: mess
caspa {f}  :: stump (of a tree)
caspasi {f} [enzyme]  :: caspase
Caspio {adj}  :: Caspian
caspita {interj}  :: good heavens!
caspita {interj}  :: for goodness' sake!
cassa {f}  :: case, crate, trunk
cassa {f}  :: cash register, cash desk
cassa {f}  :: fund (of money)
cassa {f}  :: drum (music)
cassa acustica {f}  :: loudspeaker (hi fi)
cassa armonica {f} [music]  :: sound box, soundboard
cassa continua {f}  :: night safe, night depository
cassa da morto {f}  :: coffin
Cassa del Mezzogiorno {prop}  :: A fund, set up in 1950, to stimulate the economy of southern Italy
cassa di risonanza {f}  :: echo chamber
cassa di risonanza {f} [music]  :: sound box, soundboard
cassa di risparmio {m} [finance]  :: savings bank
cassaforma {f}  :: mould (for a moulding)
cassaforte {f}  :: safe
cassaforte notturna {f}  :: night safe
cassaintegrato {adj}  :: Variant of cassintegrato
cassaintegrato {m}  :: Variant of cassintegrato
cassaintegrazione {f}  :: redundancy (from work)
cassandra {f}  :: storm petrel
Cassandra {prop} [Greek mythology]  :: Cassandra
Cassandra {prop}  :: given name
cassante {v}  :: present participle of cassare
cassapanca {f} [furniture]  :: settle (linen chest / seat)
cassare {vt}  :: To delete, to cross out
cassare {vt}  :: To reverse, to overturn
cassaro {m}  :: alternative form of cassero
cassata {f}  :: cassata siciliana
cassata siciliana {f}  :: cassata siciliana
cassatella {f}  :: A deep-fried sweet type of ravioli from Trapani in Sicily
cassa toracica {f} [anatomy]  :: rib cage
cassatorio {adj} [legal]  :: cassation (attributive)
cassazione {f} [legal]  :: cassation
cassazione {f} [music]  :: cassation
cassazionista {adj}  :: cassationist
cassazionista {adj}  :: cassation (attributive)
casseretto {m} [nautical]  :: poop deck
cassero {m} [nautical]  :: quarterdeck
cassero {m}  :: keep, donjon
casseruola {f}  :: casserole [utensil], saucepan
casseruola del latte {f}  :: A milk saucepan
cassetta {f}  :: box, (small) case, crate
cassetta {f}  :: cassette
cassetta di sicurezza {f}  :: safe
cassetta di sicurezza {f}  :: safe-deposit box, safety-deposit box
cassettiera {f}  :: chest of drawers
cassettiera {f}  :: dresser (furniture)
cassettino {m}  :: A small drawer
cassettista {mf}  :: Holder of a safe-deposit box
cassetto {m}  :: drawer
cassettone {m} [furniture]  :: chest of drawers, bureau, buro
cassettone {m} [architecture]  :: coffer, caisson
cassidico {adj}  :: Chassidic, Hassidic
cassidismo {m}  :: Chassidism, Hassidism
cassiera {f}  :: See cassiere
cassiere {m}  :: cashier
cassiere {m}  :: teller
cassiere {m}  :: check-out assistant (supermarket)
cassinato {adj}  :: Of or from Cassino
cassinese {adj}  :: Cassino / Monte Cassino (attributive)
cassino {m}  :: A type of two-wheeled cart
Cassino {prop}  :: A town in the province of Frosinone in Lazio
cassintegrato {adj}  :: Of, pertaining to, or receiving monies from the cassa integrazione
cassintegrato {m}  :: A person who receives monies from this fund
cassio {m}  :: purple of Cassius
Cassio {prop}  :: Cassius
Cassiopea {prop}  :: Cassiopeia
cassiopeio {m} [obsolete]  :: cassiopeium
casso {adj} [obsolete]  :: useless, fruitless
casso {adj} [obsolete]  :: deprived, devoid
casso {m} [obsolete]  :: The concave area located below the chest
casso {m} [obsolete, by extension]  :: thorax
cassoeula {f}  :: A Lombard dish made from pork and cabbage
cassoeura {f}  :: alternative form of cassoeula
cassola {f}  :: A delicate cheesecake, traditionally served in Rome at Christmas
cassone {m}  :: Large chest or case
cassone {m}  :: cofferdam, caisson
cassone {m}  :: truck dumping / tipping body
cassonetto {m}  :: rubbish bin, wheelie bin [British], trash can [US]
cassonetto {m}  :: skip [British], dumpster [US]
cassula {f}  :: alternative form of capsula
cast {m}  :: cast (people performing a movie)
casta {f}  :: caste
casta {f}  :: establishment; the exclusive class of powerful people thought to really rule Italy
castagna {f}  :: chestnut
castagnaccio {m}  :: A typical Italian chestnut flour cake
castagnaio {m}  :: chestnut grower, picker or seller
castagneto {m}  :: chestnut wood (forest)
castagnetta {f}  :: firecracker
castagnetta {f}  :: snap of the fingers
castagnetta {f} [in the plural]  :: castanets
castagno {m}  :: chestnut tree
castagno {m}  :: chestnut wood
castagnola {f}  :: firecracker
castagnola {f} [zoology, ichthyology]  :: damselfish, Mediterranean chromis
Castagnola {prop}  :: Any of several villages throughout Italy
castalderia {f}  :: stewardship
castaldo {m}  :: steward
castaldo {m}  :: land agent
castale {adj}  :: caste (attributive)
castalio {adj}  :: Castalian (inspired by the Muses)
castalio {adj}  :: poetic
castamente {adv}  :: chastely
castanese {adj}  :: Of or from Castano Primo
castanicolo {adj}  :: chestnut-growing (attribututive)
castanile {adj}  :: Of or from Castanea
castano {adj}  :: chestnut (colour)
castano {adj}  :: said of hair, brown in colour
Castano Primo {prop}  :: A town in the Milano province of Lombardia
Casteggio {prop}  :: a town in the province of Pavia in Lombardy in Italy
castel {m}  :: apocopic form of castello
Castellana {prop}  :: Any of several small towns in Italy
castellanese {adj}  :: Of or from Castelsardo or Castellana
castellano {adj}  :: castle (attributive)
castellano {m}  :: lord of a castle; castellan
Castellanza {prop}  :: A town in the Varese province of Lombardia
castellanzese {adj}  :: Of or from Castellanza
castelletto {m}  :: line of credit
castelletto {m}  :: scaffold, scaffolding
Castelli {prop}  :: surname
Castelli {prop}  :: (often in combination) Any of several small Italian towns
castelliere {m}  :: A Bronze Age fortified habitation on a hill, typically found in Istria
Castellitto {prop}  :: surname
Castellitto {prop}  :: Sergio Castellitto, Italian writer
castello {m}  :: castle
Castello {prop}  :: Castello
castello di carte {m}  :: house of cards
castellologia {f} [architecture]  :: The study of castles and similar fortifications
Castelnuovo Berardenga {prop}  :: A small town in the province of Siena in Tuscany
Castelrosso {prop}  :: Kastellorizo (Greek island)
Castelsardo {prop}  :: A small town in the province of Sassari in Sardegna
castigabile {adj}  :: punishable
castigamatti {m}  :: cudgel
castigamatti {m}  :: martinet
castigante {v}  :: present participle of castigare
castigare {vt}  :: to punish, castigate, chasten
castigatamente {adv}  :: chastely, soberly
castigatezza {f}  :: faultlessness, sobriety, chasteness
castigato {adj}  :: chasten, sober, pure
castigatore {m}  :: chastiser, castigator, censurer, spanker
castigatrice {f}  :: chastiser, castigator, censurer, spanker (female)
castigazione {f}  :: punishment
Castiglia {prop}  :: Castile
castigliano {adj}  :: Castilian
castigliano {m}  :: Castilian (person)
castigliano {m} [masculine singular only]  :: Castilian (language)
castiglion {m}  :: apocopic form of castiglione
castiglione {m} [obsolete]  :: castle, fortress; walled/fortified town
Castiglione {prop}  :: The name of many towns in Italy
Castiglione {prop}  :: surname
Castiglione {prop}  :: Baldassare Castiglione, Italian diplomat and author
Castiglione della Pescaia {prop}  :: A small town in the province of Grosseto, in Tuscany
castigo {m}  :: punishment
casting {m}  :: casting (selection of actors)
Castione {prop}  :: Any of several villages throughout Italy
Castioni {prop}  :: surname
castità {f}  :: chastity
casto {adj}  :: chaste
casto {adj} [by extension]  :: pure, innocent, virtuous
castone {m}  :: collet, beazle (on a jewel)
Castore {prop} [Greek mythology]  :: Castor
Castore {prop} [star]  :: Castor
castoreo {m}  :: castoreum
castorino {m}  :: coypu
castoro {m}  :: beaver (mammal)
castradina {f}  :: A type of soup made from mutton and cabbage traditionally eaten in Venice on the feast of the Madonna della Salute
castrametazione {f}  :: castrametation
castrante {v}  :: present participle of castrare
castrare {vt}  :: to castrate, geld, neuter
castrare {vt}  :: to frustrate
castrato {adj}  :: castrated, gelded, neutered
castrato {m}  :: wether
castrato {m}  :: mutton
castratoio {m}  :: gelding or castrating knife or tool
castratore {m}  :: castrator
castratura {f}  :: castrating
castratura {f}  :: gelding, spaying, neutering
castrazione {f}  :: castration
castrense {adj}  :: castrensian
castrismo {m}  :: Castrism
castrista {mf}  :: Castroist
castronaggine {f}  :: foolishness, stupidity
castrone {m}  :: gelding
castrone {m}  :: wether
castrone {m}  :: fool, blockhead
castroneria {f}  :: rubbish, tosh
casuale {adj}  :: accidental, chance (attributive), fortuitous, casual
casuale {adj}  :: random
casualismo {m}  :: casualism, fortuitism
casualità {f}  :: chance
casualità {f}  :: A chance happening
casualizzante {v}  :: present participle of casualizzare
casualizzare {v} [computing]  :: To randomize
casualmente {adv}  :: by chance, casually, accidentally
casuario {m}  :: cassowary
casuario australiano {m}  :: southern cassowary or double-wattled cassowary
casuario di Bennett {m}  :: dwarf cassowary or Bennett's cassowary
casuario uniappendicolato {m}  :: northern cassowary or single-wattled cassowary
casuccia {f}  :: A small cosy house
casuccia {f}  :: home
casuistica {f}  :: casuistry
casula {f}  :: chasuble
casupola {f}  :: hovel, hut
casus belli {m}  :: casus belli
cata- {prefix}  :: cata- (all senses)
catabasi {f}  :: katabasis (descent into the Underworld)
catabasi {f}  :: retreat (military)
catabatico {adj} [meteorology]  :: katabatic
catabolico {adj} [biochemistry]  :: catabolic
catabolismo {m} [biochemistry]  :: catabolism
catabolita {m} [biochemistry]  :: catabolite
catabolito {m} [biochemistry]  :: catabolite
catabolizzante {v}  :: present participle of catabolizzare
catabolizzare {vt} [biochemistry]  :: to catabolize
cataclasi {f} [geology]  :: cataclasis
cataclastico {adj} [geology]  :: cataclastic
cataclisma {m}  :: cataclysm
cataclismo {adj}  :: cataclysmic
catacomba {f}  :: catacomb
catacombale {adj}  :: catacomb (attributive)
catacresi {f}  :: catachresis
catadiottrica {f}  :: catadioptrics
catadiottrico {adj}  :: catadioptric
catadiottro {m}  :: A catadioptric lens or such an optical system
catadiottro {m}  :: cat's eye (reflector)
catadromo {adj} [biology]  :: catadromous
catafalco {m}  :: catafalque, catafalco
catafalco {m}  :: hearse, bier
catafascio {m}  :: wreck, ruin
catafora {f}  :: cataphora
cataforesi {f} [physics, chemistry]  :: cataphoresis (form of electrophoresis)
catafratta {f} [historical]  :: cataphract (defensive armor)
catafratto {adj}  :: covered in armor
catafratto {m} [historical, military]  :: cataphract
Catai {prop}  :: Cathay (historical name of northern China)
catalana {f}  :: Catalan (female)
catalanità {f}  :: Catalanness (identification with Catalan values and customs)
catalano {adj}  :: Catalan
catalano {m}  :: Catalan
Catalano {prop}  :: surname
catalasi {f} [enzyme]  :: catalase
catalessi {f} [pathology]  :: catalepsy
catalessi {f}  :: catalexis
catalessia {f}  :: alternative spelling of catalessi
catalettico {adj}  :: cataleptic
cataletto {m}  :: coffin
cataletto {m}  :: stretcher
cataletto {m}  :: bier
cataletto {adj}  :: catalectic
catalisi {f} [chemistry]  :: catalysis
cataliticamente {adv}  :: catalytically
catalitico {adj}  :: catalytic
catalizzante {v}  :: present participle of catalizzare
catalizzare {vt}  :: To catalyse
catalizzato {adj}  :: catalyzed
catalizzatore {m}  :: catalyst
catalizzatore {adj}  :: catalytic
catalizzazione {f}  :: catalysis
catalogabile {adj}  :: listable
catalogabilità {f}  :: listability
catalogante {v}  :: present participle of catalogare
catalogare {vt}  :: to catalogue
catalogare {vt}  :: to list
catalogatore {m}  :: cataloguer / cataloger
catalogazione {f}  :: cataloging / cataloguing
cataloghista {mf}  :: cataloguer / cataloger
catalogico {adj}  :: catalogue (attributive)
catalogna {f}  :: A variety of chicory
Catalogna {prop}  :: Catalonia
catalogo {m}  :: catalogue, catalog
catalogo {m}  :: list
catalografico {adj}  :: cataloguing (attributive)
catalpa {f}  :: catalpa
catamarano {m}  :: catamaran
catanese {mf}  :: A native or inhabitant of Catania
catanese {adj}  :: Of or relating to Catania or the Catania people
Catania {prop}  :: Catania (province)
Catania {prop}  :: Catania (town)
catanzarese {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to Catanzaro (town in southern Italy)
catanzarese {mf}  :: Native or inhabitant of Catanzaro
catanzarese {m}  :: The local dialect of Catanzaro
Catanzaro {prop}  :: Catanzaro (province)
Catanzaro {prop}  :: Catanzaro (town)
catapano {m}  :: catepan
catapecchia {f}  :: hovel, shanty
cataplasma {m}  :: poultice
cataplessia {f}  :: cataplexy
cataplettico {adj}  :: cataplectic
cataptosi {f} [biology]  :: cataptosis (cell death)
catapulta {f}  :: catapult
catapulta {f}  :: staff sling
catapultabile {adj}  :: ejection (attributive)
catapultamento {m}  :: catapulting
catapultamento {m}  :: A shot from a catapult
catapultante {v}  :: present participle of catapultare
catapultantesi {v}  :: present participle of catapultarsi
catapultare {vt}  :: To catapult
catapultarsi {vr}  :: To throw oneself
catapultatosi {v}  :: past participle of catapultarsi
cataratta {f} [pathology, waterfall]  :: cataract
catarifrangente {adj}  :: reflecting
catarifrangente {m}  :: reflector, cat's-eye
catarismo {m}  :: Catharism
cataro {adj}  :: Cathar (attributive)
cataro {m}  :: Cathar
catarometro {m}  :: katharometer
catarrale {adj}  :: catarrhal
catarratto {m}  :: A white grape variety from Sicily
catarrina {f}  :: Catarrhine monkey (of taxon Catarrhini)
catarro {m} [pathology]  :: catarrh, phlegm
catarro {m}  :: mucus
catarroso {adj}  :: catarrhal
catarsi {f}  :: catharsis
catarsi {f}  :: purification, redemption
catarticamente {adv}  :: cathartically
catartico {adj}  :: cathartic
catasta {f}  :: pile, stack
catastale {adj}  :: cadastral, land registry (attributive)
catastalmente {adv}  :: In the land registry, at the land registry
catastazione {f}  :: land registration
catasterismo {m}  :: catasterism
catasto {m}  :: cadastre, land register, land registry
catastrofale {adj}  :: catastrophic
catastrofe {f}  :: catastrophe, disaster
catastroficamente {adv}  :: catastrophically
catastrofico {adj}  :: catastrophic, disastrous
catastrofico {adj}  :: pessimistic (forecast or person)
catastrofismo {m}  :: catastrophe theory
catastrofismo {m}  :: Excessive pessimism
catastrofismo {m}  :: disaster movie
catastrofista {adj}  :: Very pessimistic
catastrofista {f}  :: pessimist, doomsayer, catastrophist
catastrofistico {adj}  :: catastrophistic
catatonia {f}  :: catatonia
catatonico {adj}  :: catatonic
catecù {m}  :: catechu
catecù {m}  :: cachou
catecù {m}  :: cutch
catechesi {f}  :: catechesis
catechina {f} [organic compound]  :: catechin
catechismo {m}  :: catechism
catechista {mf}  :: catechist
catechizzante {v}  :: present participle of catechizzare
catechizzare {vt}  :: to catechize
catechizzare {vt}  :: to try to persuade
catechizzare {vt}  :: to lecture, preach (at)
catechizzatore {m}  :: catechizer
catechizzazione {f}  :: catechization, indoctrination
catecolamina {f} [organic chemistry]  :: catecholamine
catecolammina {f} [organic compound]  :: alternative form of catecolamina
catecolo {m} [organic compound]  :: catechol
catecumenale {adj}  :: catechumenal
catecumenato {m}  :: catechumen
catecumeno {m}  :: catechumen
categoria {f}  :: category, topic
categoria {f}  :: class
categoriale {adj}  :: categorial
categoricamente {adv}  :: categorically, flatly
categoricità {f}  :: categoricalness
categorico {adj}  :: categorical, flat, absolute
categorizzante {v}  :: present participle of categorizzare
categorizzare {v}  :: to categorize
categorizzato {adj}  :: categorized
categorizzazione {f}  :: categorization
catello {m} [literary]  :: little dog
catello {m} [literary]  :: the baby of other animals
catena {f}  :: chain
catena {f}  :: bond, fetter; subordination, repression
catena {f}  :: tie, cord, bond
catena {f}  :: tether (a rope, cable etc. that holds something in place whilst allowing some movement)
catena alimentare {f} [ecology]  :: food chain
catenaccio {m}  :: a bolt (for a door)
catenaccio {m} [football]  :: a system of play in which defence is strengthened so much that little attacking play is possible
catena da neve {f}  :: snow chain
catena montuosa {m}  :: mountain range, mountain chain
catenaria {f} [mathematics]  :: catenary
catenaria {f}  :: caterpillar track
Catenazzi {prop}  :: surname
catenella {f}  :: Small or thin chain
catenella {f}  :: watch chain
catenina {f}  :: diminutive of catena
catenina {f}  :: A small, fine chain; especially a decorative one
catenoide {f} [mathematics]  :: catenoid
catepsina {f} [protein]  :: cathepsin
cateratta {f}  :: Variant of cataratta
Caterina {prop}  :: given name
caterva {f}  :: multitude
catetere {m} [medicine]  :: catheter
cateterismo {m} [medicine]  :: catheterization
cateterizzante {v}  :: present participle of cateterizzare
cateterizzare {vt}  :: to catheterize
cateto {m} [geometry]  :: cathetus
Catilina {prop}  :: Catiline (Lucius Sergius Catilina)
catilinaria {f}  :: Any one of Cicero's four orations against Catilina
catilinaria {f} [literary]  :: bitter invective
catilinario {adj}  :: Catilinarian
catilinario {adj} [figurative]  :: violent, grim, cruel
catilinario {m} [rare]  :: conspirators, plotters
catinella {f}  :: basin
catino {m}  :: basin
catione {m} [chemistry, physics]  :: cation
cationico {adj}  :: cationic
catodico {adj} [physics]  :: cathodic
catodo {m}  :: cathode
catodofono {m}  :: kathodophone
Caton {prop}  :: medieval spelling of Catone
catone {m} [often ironic]  :: One who is austere and of strict conduct; martinet
Catone {prop}  :: Cato, chiefly referring to:
Catone {prop}  :: Cato the Elder (234 ca. BC–149 BC)
Catone {prop}  :: Cato the Younger (95 BC–46 BC)
Catone {prop}  :: given name
catoneggiare {v}  :: To show austerity and moral strictness
catorcio {m}  :: banger (old, unreliable car)
catorcio {m}  :: crock
catottrico {adj}  :: catoptric
catottromanzia {f}  :: catoptromancy
catramante {v}  :: present participle of catramare
catramare {vt}  :: To tar
catramatrice {f}  :: tar sprayer (road making)
catramatura {f}  :: tarring (road making)
catrame {m}  :: tar, coal tar
catramoso {adj}  :: tarry
Cattaneo {prop} [chiefly Northern Italy, Central Italy]  :: surname
cattarino {adj}  :: Of or from Cattaro
Cattaro {prop}  :: Kotor
cattedra {f}  :: desk (of a teacher)
cattedra {f}  :: throne (in a church, for use by a bishop or pope)
cattedra {f}  :: chair, professorship (teaching post in a university)
cattedrale {f}  :: cathedral
cattedrante {mf}  :: pedantic professor
cattedraticamente {adv}  :: pedantically
cattedratico {adj}  :: university (attributive)
cattedratico {adj}  :: pedantic
cattedratico {m}  :: professor
cattivamente {adv}  :: wickedly, naughtily
cattivello {adj}  :: mischievous, naughty
cattiveria {f}  :: wickedness, nastiness, spite
cattiveria {f}  :: naughtiness
cattivissimo {adj}  :: Very naughty or wicked
cattività {f}  :: captivity (especially of an animal)
cattivo {adj}  :: bad, wicked, naughty
cattivo {m}  :: villain
cattocomunista {adj}  :: Catholic Communist (attributive)
cattocomunista {f}  :: Catholic Communist
cattolica {f}  :: Catholic (female)
Cattolica {prop}  :: A small town in the province of Rimini in Emilia-Romagna
cattolicamente {adv}  :: Catholically
cattolicesimo {m}  :: Catholicism
cattolicissimo {adj}  :: Very Catholic
cattolicità {f}  :: catholicity
cattolicità {f}  :: Catholics (as a group)
cattolicizzante {v}  :: present participle of cattolicizzare
cattolicizzare {vt}  :: to catholicize
cattolico {adj}  :: Catholic
cattolico {m}  :: Catholic
cattura {f}  :: capture
catturabile {adj}  :: capturable
catturante {v}  :: present participle of catturare
catturare {vt}  :: To capture or catch
catturatore {adj}  :: catching, capturing (attributive)
catturatore {m}  :: catcher, capturer
catuba {f} [musical instrument]  :: bass drum
Catullo {prop}  :: Catullus
caucasico {adj}  :: Caucasian
caucasico {m}  :: Caucasian
Caucaso {prop}  :: Caucasus
caucciù {m}  :: natural rubber, latex, caoutchouc
caudale {adj}  :: caudal (all senses)
caudalmente {adv}  :: caudally
caudatario {m}  :: train-bearer
caudato {adj}  :: caudate
caudato {adj}  :: caudal
caudillismo {m}  :: caudillismo
caudillista {adj}  :: caudillo, caudillismo (attributive)
caudino {adj}  :: Caudine
Caudium {prop}  :: An ancient town on the Appian Way between Benevento and Capua
caudotomia {f}  :: caudectomy
caule {m} [botany]  :: stem (of a herbaceous plant)
caulinare {adj} [botany]  :: cauline
causa {f}  :: cause
causa {f}  :: lawsuit
causale {adj}  :: causal
causale {f}  :: reason (for a payment)
causalismo {m} [philosophy]  :: causalism
causalista {mf}  :: causalist
causalista {adj}  :: synonym of causalistico: pertaining to causalism
causalistico {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to causalism
causalità {f}  :: causality
causalmente {adv}  :: causally
causante {v}  :: present participle of causare
causare {vt}  :: to cause
causa scatenante {f}  :: root cause
causativo {adj}  :: causative
causatore {m} [rare]  :: Someone or something that causes or produces an effect; causer [male]
causatrice {f} [rare]  :: Someone or something that causes or produces an effect; causer [female]
causa ultima {f}  :: root cause
causazione {f} [rare]  :: causation
causerie {f}  :: A light and polite conversation
causeur {m}  :: converser
causeur {m}  :: One who can converse elegantly
causeuse {f}  :: feminine of causeur
causeuse {f}  :: love seat, tête-à-tête (sofa)
causidico {adj}  :: causidical
causidico {m}  :: causidic, attorney
caustica {f} [mathematics]  :: caustic
causticamente {adv}  :: caustically
causticazione {f} [medicine]  :: cauterization
causticità {f}  :: causticity
causticità {f}  :: mordacity
caustico {adj}  :: caustic (all senses)
caustificazione {f} [inorganic chemistry]  :: caustification
cautamente {adv}  :: cautiously
cautela {f}  :: caution, care
cautela {f}  :: precaution
cautelante {v}  :: present participle of cautelare
cautelantesi {v}  :: present participle of cautelarsi
cautelare {adj}  :: precautionary
cautelare {v}  :: to protect
cautelarmente {adv}  :: in a precautionary manner; as a precaution
cautelarsi {v}  :: reflexive of cautelare
cautelarsi {vr}  :: to arm or protect oneself
cautelarsi {vr}  :: to insure oneself
cautelativamente {adv}  :: in a precautionary manner; as a precaution
cautelativo {adj} [legal]  :: precautionary
cautelatosi {v}  :: past participle of cautelarsi
cauteloso {adj}  :: cautious
cauterio {m}  :: cautery
cauterio {m}  :: cauterization
cauterizzante {v}  :: present participle of cauterizzare
cauterizzare {vt}  :: To cauterize
cauterizzazione {f}  :: cauterization
cauto {adj}  :: prudent, cautious
cauzionale {adj}  :: cautionary
cauzionale {adj}  :: security (attributive)
cauzionante {v}  :: present participle of cauzionare
cauzionare {v} [legal]  :: To pay bail (or similar legal guarantee)
cauzione {f}  :: security, guarantee (legal)
cauzione {f}  :: bail
cav. {n}  :: abbreviation of cavaliere
cava {f}  :: quarry, mine
cavachiodi {m}  :: nail puller
cavadenti {m}  :: tooth drawer
cavagna {f}  :: basket
cavagno {m}  :: A kind of basket
cavalcabile {adj}  :: rideable
cavalcaferrovia {m}  :: A railway flyover
cavalcante {v}  :: present participle of cavalcare
cavalcante {adj}  :: ridden
cavalcante {m}  :: postilion
Cavalcanti {prop}  :: surname
Cavalcanti {prop}  :: An ancient Florentine family
cavalcare {vit}  :: to ride
cavalcata {f}  :: ride
cavalcata {f}  :: cavalcade
cavalcatore {m}  :: rider
cavalcatrice {f}  :: rider (female)
cavalcatura {f}  :: mount
cavalcavia {m}  :: A flyover, an overpass
cavalcioni {p}  :: Only used in the adverb a cavalcioni
cavalierato {m}  :: Sir (title of a knight)
cavaliere {m}  :: rider or horseman
cavaliere {m}  :: cavalryman or trooper
cavaliere {m}  :: an escort or partner
cavaliere {m}  :: a knight
cavaliere {m}  :: a gentleman
cavaliere d'Italia {m}  :: black-winged stilt
cavalierino {m}  :: rider (on a balance)
cavalierino {m}  :: tab (in a filing cabinet etc)
cavalla {f}  :: mare (female horse)
cavallaio {m}  :: groom (person who cares for horses), hostler
cavallaio {m}  :: merchant of horses
cavallaro {m} [regional]  :: alternative form of cavallaio
cavallaro {m} [obsolete]  :: messenger
cavalleggero {m}  :: light cavalryman
cavallerescamente {adv}  :: chivalrously
cavalleresco {adj}  :: knightly
cavalleresco {adj}  :: chivalrous, noble
cavalleria {f}  :: cavalry
cavalleria {f}  :: chivalry
cavallerizza {f}  :: riding school
cavallerizza {f}  :: horse riding
cavallerizzo {m}  :: circus rider
cavallerizzo {m}  :: riding instructor
cavalletta {f}  :: grasshopper
cavalletta {f}  :: locust
cavalletto {m}  :: tripod
cavalletto {m}  :: easel
cavalletto {m}  :: kickstand
cavalletto {m}  :: trestle
cavallina {f}  :: mare
cavallina {f}  :: leapfrog
cavallina {f}  :: vaulting horse
cavallino {adj}  :: horsy
cavallino {adj}  :: horse (attributive)
cavallino {m}  :: colt, foal, young or small horse
cavallino {m}  :: pony
cavallino {m}  :: prancing horse (symbol of Ferrari)
cavallino {m}  :: haircalf
cavallo {m}  :: horse
cavallo {m}  :: horsepower [unit of measure]
cavallo {m} [chess]  :: knight
cavallo {m}  :: crotch, fork
cavallo a dondolo {m}  :: rocking horse
cavallo da tiro {m}  :: draught horse, draft horse
cavallo di battaglia {m} [idiomatic]  :: forte, strong suit, strong point, flagship product/piece of art
cavallo di Troia {m}  :: Trojan horse (wooden horse used by the Greeks; subversive thing or person)
cavallone {m}  :: roller, breaker (wave)
cavallo vapore {m}  :: horsepower
cavalluccio {m}  :: small horse
cavalluccio {m}  :: A traditional anise cookie from Siena typically consumed at Christmas
cavalluccio marino {m}  :: seahorse
cavana {f} [nautical]  :: A covered shelter for boats (typical of Venice and the Veneto)
Cavanna {prop}  :: surname
cavante {v}  :: present participle of cavare
cavantesela {v}  :: present participle of cavarsela
cavantesi {v}  :: present participle of cavarsi
cavare {vt}  :: to take out; to extract
cavare le castagne dal fuoco {v} [idiomatic]  :: to pull someone's bacon out of the fire, pull someone's chestnuts out of the fire
Cavargna {prop}  :: A village, in a mountain valley of the same name, in the province of Como in Lombardia
cavargnone {adj}  :: Of or from Cavargna
cavarsela {v}  :: to manage (to do something)
cavarsela {v}  :: to carry off or get away with or get off
cavarsi {vr}  :: To get out (of trouble), to free oneself of, to get rid of
cavarsi {vr}  :: To take off (clothes)
cavastivali {m}  :: bootjack
cavatappi {m}  :: corkscrew
cavatappi {m}  :: A type of pasta in the form of spiral macaroni
cavatasela {v}  :: past participle of cavarsela
cavatore {m}  :: quarryman
cavatosi {v}  :: past participle of cavarsi
cavatrice {f}  :: mortising machine
cavatura {f}  :: extraction, excavation
cavatura {f}  :: ditch, hollow
cavaturaccioli {m}  :: corkscrew
cavazione {f}  :: disengagement (in fencing)
caveau {m}  :: vault (secure, enclosed area used to store valuables)
cavedagna {f}  :: headland (at the edge of a field)
cavedagna {f}  :: greenway (rural path)
cavedano {m}  :: chub (fish)
cavedio {m}  :: (inner) courtyard
cavedio {m}  :: cavaedium
caveola {f}  :: caveola
caverna {f}  :: cave, cavern
cavernicola {f}  :: cave dweller (female), cavewoman
cavernicolo {adj}  :: cavernicolous
cavernicolo {m}  :: cave dweller, caveman
cavernosamente {adv}  :: cavernously, deeply, hollowly
cavernosità {f}  :: hollowness
cavernosità {f}  :: cavern
cavernoso {adj}  :: cavernous
cavernoso {adj}  :: deep, hollow (voice, sound)
cavernoso {adj}  :: cavernosum
cavetto {m}  :: lead, cable (electrical)
cavezza {f}  :: halter
cavia {f}  :: guinea pig
caviale {m}  :: caviar
cavicchia {f}  :: bolt
cavicchio {m}  :: dowel (wooden pin)
cavicchio {m}  :: dibble
caviciunetta {f}  :: synonym of cagionetto
cavidotto {m}  :: cable duct
caviglia {f}  :: ankle
caviglia {f}  :: pin, peg
cavigliatoio {m}  :: spindle
cavigliera {f}  :: anklet
cavigliera {f} [nautical]  :: belaying rack (rack for belaying pins)
cavigliere {m} [music]  :: pegbox (of a violin etc)
cavillante {v}  :: present participle of cavillare
cavillare {vi}  :: to quibble, or split hairs
cavillatore {m}  :: quibbler
cavillazione {f}  :: cavillation
cavillo {m}  :: quibble
cavillosamente {adv}  :: captiously, quibblingly
cavillosità {f}  :: captiousness
cavilloso {adj}  :: quibbling, captious
cavità {f}  :: hollow; cavity
cavità {f} [anatomy]  :: cavity
cavitante {v}  :: present participle of cavitare
cavitare {vi}  :: to cavitate
cavitazione {f}  :: cavitation (all senses)
cavità orbitale {f} [skeleton]  :: eye socket
cavità orbitaria {f} [skeleton]  :: eye socket
cavo {adj}  :: hollow
cavo {m}  :: hollow, cavity
cavo {m}  :: cable
cavo {m}  :: rope
cavo {m}  :: wire
cavo di fissaggio {m}  :: tie rod
cavo di fissaggio {m}  :: guy-wire, guy rope
cavo elettrico {n}  :: wire
cavolaia {f}  :: cabbage butterfly
cavolaia {f}  :: cabbage bed, cabbage patch
cavolaia {f}  :: cabbage field
cavolaia maggiore {f}  :: large white (insect)
cavolaia minore {f}  :: small white (insect)
cavolaio {m}  :: cabbage bed, cabbage patch
cavolaio {m}  :: cabbage field
cavolata {m}  :: rubbish, foolishness, stupidity
cavoletti di Bruxelles {m}  :: Brussels sprouts
cavoletto {m}  :: small cabbage
cavoletto di Bruxelles {m}  :: Brussels sprout
cavolfiore {m}  :: cauliflower
cavolino {m}  :: small cabbage
cavolino di Bruxelles {m}  :: Brussels sprout
cavolo {m}  :: cabbage
cavolo {m}  :: (as an intensifier) the deuce, the dickens
cavolo cappuccio {m}  :: spring cabbage
cavolo cappuccio {m}  :: spring greens
cavolo di Bruxelles {m}  :: Brussels sprout
cavolo rapa {m}  :: kohlrabi
cavolo riscaldato {m}  :: (literally) reheated cabbage
cavolo riscaldato {m}  :: Something old, outdated or obsolete displayed as if it were new
cavolo riscaldato {m}  :: (especially in plural) A doomed attempt to reignite a failed relationship
cavolo rosso {m}  :: red cabbage
cavolo verzetto {m}  :: Savoy cabbage
Cavone {prop}  :: A river that flows in Basilicata
Cavour {prop}  :: A small town in the province of Turin in Piedmont
Cavour {prop}  :: Camillo Benso, conte di Cavour, Italian statesman in the movement towards Italian unification
cavouriano {adj}  :: Of or relating to Cavour
cazaro {adj}  :: Khazarian
cazzabubbolo {m}  :: blockhead (stupid person)
cazzante {v}  :: present participle of cazzare
cazzare {vt} [nautical]  :: to frap
cazzarola {f}  :: Variant of casseruola
cazzarola {interj}  :: An indication of annoyance
cazzata {f} [vulgar]  :: crap, bullshit, shit, rubbish
cazzata {f} [vulgar]  :: stupid fucking thing; fuck up
cazzata {f}  :: load of balls (vulgar)
cazzeggiante {v}  :: present participle of cazzeggiare
cazzeggiare {vi} [slang, vulgar]  :: to fuck around, mess around or waste time
cazzeggio {m} [slang, vulgar]  :: the act of fucking around
cazziante {v}  :: present participle of cazziare
cazziare {vt}  :: To give someone a mouthful (tirade of abusive language)
cazziatone {m}  :: mouthful (severe talking to)
cazzimperio {m}  :: alternative form of cacimperio
cazzo {m} [vulgar]  :: dick, cock, prick
cazzo {m}  :: [un cazzo] shit [US], jackshit [US], sod all [UK], bugger all [UK]
cazzo {m} [in the plural, followed by a possessive pronoun]  :: business, affair
cazzo {interj}  :: fuck!, shit! (expressing frustration, surprise, or anger)
cazzo {interj}  :: used as an intensifier, often replacing cosa or che, similar to "the fuck"
cazzo {interj}  :: good grief
cazzo di {adj} [vulgar]  :: fucking (used an an intensifier)
cazzo duro {interj} [vulgar]  :: tough shit!
cazzola {f}  :: alternative form of cazzuola
cazzone {m}  :: A stupid person
cazzottante {v}  :: present participle of cazzottare
cazzottantesi {v}  :: present participle of cazzottarsi
cazzottare {v}  :: Variant of scazzottare
cazzottarsi {v}  :: Variant of scazzottarsi
cazzottatosi {v}  :: past participle of cazzottarsi
cazzotto {m}  :: punch (in boxing etc)
cazzuola {f}  :: trowel (mason's tool)
cazzuola {f}  :: float (plasterer's tool)
cazzuto {adj} [vulgar]  :: with balls, tough, fly, witty, sly
Cb. {n} [music]  :: abbreviation of contrabasso
c/c {abbr}  :: conto corrente
CdA {initialism}  :: board of directors (Consiglio di amministrazione)
c'è del marcio in Danimarca {phrase} [aphorism]  :: something is rotten in the state of Denmark (something is not right)
Càdice {prop}  :: Cadiz
ce {pron}  :: (euphony of ci) us
ce {adv}  :: here
cebano {adj}  :: Of or from Ceva
cebo {m}  :: capuchin (monkey)
cecale {adj}  :: caecal
cecamente {adv}  :: alternative form of ciecamente
cecato {adj}  :: blind
Cecchina {prop}  :: A small town in the province of Roma in Lazio
cecchino {m}  :: sniper
Cecco {prop}  :: given name
cece {m}  :: chickpea [British], garbanzo [US]
cecena {f}  :: Chechen (female)
Cecenia {prop}  :: Chechnya
ceceno {adj}  :: Chechen
ceceno {m}  :: Chechen
ceceno {prop}  :: The Chechen language
Cechia {prop}  :: Czechia
cechità {f}  :: Variant of cecità
Ceci {prop}  :: surname
cecidio {m}  :: gall (of a plant); cecidium
cecidiologia {f} [botany]  :: the study of galls
Cecilia {prop}  :: given name, cognate to English Cecilia
Cecilio {prop}  :: Cecil
Cecina {prop}  :: A town in the province of Livorno
Cecina {prop}  :: A river in the region of Tuscany
cecinese {adj}  :: Of or from Cecina
cecio {m}  :: chickpea
cecità {f}  :: blindness
ceco {adj}  :: Czech
ceco {m}  :: Czech, Czechoslovak
ceco {m} [singular only]  :: The Czech language
cecoslovacca {f}  :: Czechoslovak (female)
Cecoslovacchia {prop}  :: Czechoslovakia
cecoslovacco {adj}  :: Czechoslovak
cecoslovacco {m}  :: Czechoslovak
cecropio {adj}  :: Athenian
cecubo {m}  :: A red wine from Lazio
cecuziente {adj}  :: almost blind, or having a significant eyesight disability
cedente {adj}  :: transfer, handover (attributive)
cedere {vi} [but takes avere]  :: to retreat
cedere {vi} [but takes avere]  :: to yield, surrender or give in
cedere {vi} [but takes avere]  :: to subside or cave in
cedere {v}  :: to cede, give up or transfer something to someone
cedevole {adj}  :: supple, pliant, yielding
cedevole {adj}  :: soft (ground etc)
cedevolezza {f}  :: ductility, pliability
cedevolezza {f}  :: docility, submissiveness
cedevolmente {adv}  :: supply, pliantly, yieldingly
cedibile {adj}  :: transferable, assignable
cedibilità {f}  :: transferability
cediglia {f} [typography]  :: cedilla (¸)
cedimento {m}  :: sinking, subsiding
cedimento {m}  :: collapse, breakdown
ceditore {m}  :: deliverer (of a financial instrument etc)
cedola {f}  :: coupon, voucher
cedola {f}  :: counterfoil
cedolare {adj}  :: coupon, dividend (attributive)
cedrangolo {m}  :: bitter orange
cedrante {v}  :: present participle of cedrare
cedrare {vt}  :: To flavour with citron juice
cedrata {m}  :: A drink (long, sometimes alcoholic) made from citron
cedrata {m}  :: A Sicilian dessert made with citron peel
cedrato {adj}  :: citron-flavoured, citron (attributive)
cedreto {m}  :: citron-tree grove
cedreto {m}  :: cedar wood (forest)
cedriera {f}  :: citron-tree grove
cedriera {f}  :: cedar wood (forest)
cedrina {f} [plant]  :: lemon verbena
Cedrino {prop}  :: A river that flows in Sardinia
cedro {m}  :: cedar
cedro {m}  :: citron (fruit and tree)
cedrone {m}  :: capercaillie or wood grouse
cedronella {f}  :: lemon balm (plant)
cedronella {f}  :: brimstone butterfly (insect)
ceduazione {f}  :: coppicing
ceduo {adj}  :: coppiced
CEE {initialism}  :: EEC (European Economic Community)
Cefalù {prop}  :: Cefalù
cefalalgia {f} [pathology]  :: cephalalgia
cefalea {f} [pathology]  :: cephalalgia, headache
cefalgia {f} [pathology]  :: cephalalgia, headache
-cefalia {suffix}  :: -cephaly
cefalico {adj}  :: cephalic
cefalizzazione {f} [zoology]  :: cephalization
cefalo {m} [zoology, ichthyology]  :: grey mullet
cefalo- {prefix}  :: cephalo-
-cefalo {suffix}  :: -cephalic (adjectives and nouns)
-cefalo {suffix}  :: -cephaly
cefalocordato {m}  :: cephalochordate
cefalofo {m}  :: duiker (of genus Cephalophus)
cefaloforia {f}  :: cephalophory
cefaloforo {m}  :: cephalophore
cefalologia {f} [anatomy]  :: cephalology
cefalometria {f}  :: cephalometry
cefalopode {m}  :: cephalopod
cefalorachidiano {adj}  :: cephalorachidian
cefalosporina {f}  :: cephalosporin
cefaludese {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to Cefalù
cefaludese {mf}  :: Native or inhabitant of Cefalù
cefalutana {f}  :: Female native or inhabitant of Cefalù
cefalutano {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to Cefalù
cefalutano {m}  :: Native or inhabitant of Cefalù
ceffo {m} [pejorative]  :: an ugly face
ceffone {m}  :: slap, smack
ceko {adj}  :: alternative form of ceco
celacanto {m}  :: coelacanth
celante {v}  :: present participle of celare
celantesi {v}  :: present participle of celarsi
celare {vt}  :: to conceal
celarsi {vr}  :: to hide oneself
celatamente {adv}  :: hiddenly
celatamente {adv}  :: secretly
celato {adj}  :: concealed, hidden
celatosi {v}  :: past participle of celarsi
celeberrimo {adj}  :: Very famous
celebrabile {adj}  :: That deserves celebration
celebrante {v}  :: present participle of celebrare
celebrante {m}  :: celebrant (religious)
celebrare {v}  :: to celebrate, observe, perform, commemorate
celebrare {v}  :: to vaunt, glorify, worship
celebratissimo {adj}  :: Highly honoured
celebrativo {adj}  :: celebratory, commemorative
celebrato {adj}  :: honoured, celebrated
celebratore {m}  :: celebrator
celebrazione {f}  :: celebration
celebre {adj}  :: celebrated, famous, renowned
celebrità {f}  :: fame
celebrità {f}  :: celebrity (famous person)
Celentano {prop}  :: surname
celenterato {m}  :: cnidarian
celere {adj}  :: quick, fast
celere {f}  :: riot police
Celere {prop} [colloquial]  :: flying squad, riot police (properly, the Reparti Mobili della Polizia di Stato)
celerina {f} [colloquial]  :: flying squad policewoman
celerino {m} [colloquial]  :: flying squad policeman
celerità {f}  :: quickness, promptness, celerity
celermente {adv}  :: quickly, speedily
celeste {adj}  :: celestial
celeste {adj}  :: heavenly
celeste {adj}  :: pale blue, sky blue
celeste {m}  :: pale blue, sky blue
celestiale {adj}  :: celestial
celestiale {adj}  :: heavenly
celestialità {f}  :: heavenliness
celestialmente {adv}  :: celestially
Celestina {prop}  :: Celestine
celestino {adj}  :: Pale sky blue (colour)
celestino {m}  :: Pale sky blue (colour)
Celestino {prop}  :: Celestine
celia {f}  :: joke
celiaca {f}  :: coeliac (female)
celiachia {f} [diseases]  :: coeliac disease
celiaco {adj}  :: coeliac
celiaco {m}  :: coeliac
celiante {v}  :: present participle of celiare
celiare {vi}  :: To jest
celibatario {adj}  :: celibacy (attributive)
celibato {m}  :: celibacy, bachelorhood
celibe {adj}  :: single, unmarried
celibe {adj}  :: celibate
celibe {m}  :: a bachelor
celidonia {f}  :: celandine
Celio {prop}  :: One of the seven hills of Rome
celioscopia {f} [medicine]  :: coelioscopy
cella {f}  :: cell
-cella {suffix}  :: Used with female nouns to form diminutives, feminine of -cello
cella Bunsen {n}  :: Bunsen cell
cella Bunsen {n} [chemistry]  :: An early electrical battery using zinc and graphite in dilute chromic acid
cella elementare {f} [mineralogy, mathematics]  :: unit cell, conventional cell
cellaio {m}  :: wine shop
cellario {m}  :: A monk who is responsible for the upkeep of the monastery's provisions
cella solare {f}  :: solar cell
celletta {f}  :: Small cell
Cellina {prop}  :: A river that flows in Friuli-Venezia Giulia
cellobiosio {m} [carbohydrate]  :: cellobiose
cellofan {m}  :: cellophane
cellofan {m}  :: cling film
cellofanante {v}  :: present participle of cellofanare
cellofanare {v}  :: Variant of incellofanare
cellofanato {adj}  :: Variant of incellofanato
cellofanatura {f}  :: shrink-wrapping
cellophane {m}  :: cellophane
cellula {f}  :: cell
cellula dendritica {f}  :: dendritic cell
cellula germinale {f} [cytology]  :: germ cell
cellulare {adj} [biology, phone]  :: cellular
cellulare {m}  :: cellular phone, cell phone, cellular
cellulare {m}  :: police van, paddy wagon, patrol wagon
cellularità {f}  :: cellularity
cellulasi {f} [enzyme]  :: cellulase
cellula staminale {f} [cytology]  :: stem cell
cellulazione {f}  :: cellulation
cellulite {f}  :: cellulite
cellulite {f}  :: cellulitis
celluloide {f}  :: celluloid
cellulosa {f} [biochemistry]  :: cellulose
cellulosico {adj}  :: cellulose (attributive)
celluloso {adj}  :: cellular
celluloterapia {f}  :: cell therapy; cytotherapy
celofisoide {m}  :: coelophysoid
celoma {m} [anatomy]  :: celoma
celomatico {adj}  :: celomatic
celomato {m}  :: Any animal that has a celoma
celsitudine {f} [obsolete]  :: highness, excellency
celsitudine {f} [obsolete]  :: A style of kings, princes or high ranking officials; Highness, Excellency
celta {m}  :: Celt
celtico {adj}  :: Celtic
celtico {m}  :: Celtic (languages)
celtismo {m}  :: Celtism
celtista {mf}  :: Celtist
celtizzato {adj}  :: Influenced by Celtic culture or language (especially by French)
celurosauro {m}  :: coelurosaur
cembalo {m}  :: harpsichord
cembro {m}  :: stone pine, umbrella pine, cembrum pine (Pinus pinea)
cementante {v}  :: present participle of cementare
cementantesi {v}  :: present participle of cementarsi
cementare {vt}  :: to cement
cementarsi {vr}  :: to cement
cementarsi {vr}  :: to reinforce, to strengthen
cementatosi {v}  :: past participle of cementarsi
cementazione {f}  :: cementation
cementificante {v}  :: present participle of cementificare
cementificare {vt}  :: to concrete over (change the natural environment by building roads and houses, etc.)
cementificare {vt}  :: to overbuild
cementificazione {f}  :: overbuilding
cementificio {m}  :: cement plant; cement factory
cementista {m}  :: cementer (person)
cementite {f} [inorganic compound]  :: cementite
cementizio {adj}  :: cement (attributive)
cemento {m}  :: cement
cementopoli {f} [colloquial]  :: Any scandal concerning illegality in the construction industry
cena {f}  :: dinner (evening meal)
cenacolo {m}  :: coterie, circle
cenacolo {m}  :: The Last Supper (painting of)
cenacolo {m} [archaic]  :: dining room, usually in an upper floor
cenante {v}  :: present participle of cenare
cenare {vi} [but takes avere as its auxiliary verb]  :: to dine, to have dinner (evening meal)
cenciaia {f}  :: dealer in rags (female)
cenciaia {f}  :: rag sorter (female)
cenciaio {m}  :: ragman
cenciaio {m}  :: rag sorter
cenciaiola {f}  :: dealer in rags (female)
cenciaiola {f}  :: rag sorter (female)
cenciaiolo {m}  :: ragman
cenciaiolo {m}  :: rag sorter
cencio {m}  :: rag
cencio {m}  :: cloth
cenciosa {f}  :: ragged woman
cenciosamente {adv}  :: raggedly, tatteredly
cencioso {adj}  :: Dressed in rags
cencioso {adj}  :: tattered
cencioso {m}  :: A ragged person
cencro {m}  :: A legendary serpent with speckled belly
cencro {m}  :: A precious gem (compare cenchros)
ceneraccio {m}  :: lye-ashes (wood ashes used to make soap)
ceneraio {m}  :: ash bin, ashcan
cenerata {f}  :: lye
cenere {f}  :: ash, cinder
cenerentola {f}  :: A girl who is mistreated and made to perform humble tasks
cenerentola {f} [extensively, feminine only]  :: The last or most neglected member of a group
cenerentola {f} [feminine only]  :: A ballet shoe
Cenerentola {prop}  :: Cinderella
Ceneri {fp}  :: Ash Wednesday
cenericcio {adj}  :: dust-coloured
ceneriera {f}  :: ashtray
cenerino {adj}  :: light ash-grey (colour)
cenestesi {f}  :: cenesthesia
cenestesico {adj}  :: cenestheic
cenetta {f}  :: a special dinner (supper), especially one in an intimate or romantic setting
cengia {f}  :: ledge (of rocks)
cennamella {f} [musical instruments]  :: shawm
cennante {v}  :: present participle of cennare
cennato {adj}  :: mentioned, cited
cenno {m}  :: sign; nod
cenno {m}  :: wave (with the hand)
ceno {m} [obsolete]  :: mud
ceno- {prefix} [geology]  :: recent
ceno- {prefix} [science]  :: empty
ceno- {prefix} [science]  :: common, ordinary
Ceno {prop}  :: A river that flows in Emilia-Romagna
cenobiarca {m}  :: abbot
cenobio {m}  :: monastery, cenoby
cenobio {m}  :: coenobium, colony (of microorganisms)
cenobita {m}  :: cenobite (monk who lives in a religious community)
cenobiticamente {adv}  :: cenobitically, coenobitically
cenobitico {adj}  :: cenobitic / coenobitic
cenobitismo {m}  :: monastic life
cenocita {m} [cytology]  :: coenocyte
cenone {m}  :: a large or celebratory dinner (supper)
cenosi {f} [biology]  :: cenosphere
cenosi {f} [medicine]  :: cenosis
cenotafio {m}  :: cenotaph
cenote {m}  :: cenote
cenozoico {adj}  :: Cenozoic
cenozoico {m}  :: Cenozoic (period)
censente {v}  :: present participle of censire
censibile {adj}  :: Able to be counted (in order to be made into a census or inventory)
censimento {m}  :: census
censire {vt}  :: to take a census of
censire {vt}  :: to register a property in the land registry
censire {vt}  :: to make an inventory
censitario {adj}  :: census (attributive)
censo {m}  :: census
censo {m}  :: wealth
censorato {m}  :: censorship (office of a censor)
censore {m}  :: censor (all senses)
censore {m}  :: critic
censoriale {adj}  :: censorial
censorio {adj}  :: censorial
censorio {adj}  :: censorious
censuario {adj}  :: census (attributive)
censura {f}  :: censorship
censura {f}  :: censure
censurabile {adj}  :: censurable
censurabilità {f}  :: Property of being censurable
censurante {v}  :: present participle of censurare
censurare {vt}  :: To censor
censurare {vt}  :: To censure
censuratore {m}  :: censurer, critic
censuratrice {f}  :: (female) censurer, critic
cent {m}  :: cent (US coin)
cent {m}  :: euro cent (European coin)
cent- {prefix}  :: Variant of centi-
cent'anni {contraction}  :: A hundred years
centaurea {f}  :: centaury, star thistle (Centaurea)
centaurella {f}  :: centauress
centauressa {f}  :: centauress
centaurico {adj}  :: centaur (attributive)
centauro {m}  :: centaur
centauro {m}  :: motorcyclist
Centauro {prop}  :: Centaurus
centavo {m}  :: centavo
centellante {v}  :: present participle of centellare
centellare {vt}  :: alternative form of centellinare
centellinante {v}  :: present participle of centellinare
centellinare {vt}  :: to sip
centellinare {vt}  :: to savour/savor
centellinare {vt}  :: to ration
centellino {m}  :: sip
centenario {adj}  :: One hundred years old
centenario {adj}  :: centennial
centenario {m}  :: centenarian (Feminine: centenaria)
centenario {m}  :: centenary
centennale {adj}  :: That lasts a hundred years
centennale {adj}  :: That takes place every hundred years
centenne {adj}  :: hundred-year-old
centenne {mf}  :: hundred-year-old
centennio {m}  :: A period of a hundred years
centerba {f}  :: An aromatic liqueur, from Abruzzo, made by infusing medicinal herbs
centerbe {m}  :: A digestive liqueur from the Abruzzo region made by infusing a variety of medicinal herbs
-centesi {suffix}  :: -centesis
centesi {f}  :: centesis
centesima {f}  :: A tax of 1% levied on auctions in Ancient Rome
centesimale {adj}  :: centesimal
centesimo {adj}  :: hundredth
centesimo {m} [ordinal numbers]  :: hundredth
centesimo {m} [numismatics]  :: cent
centesimo {m} [numismatics]  :: penny
centi- {prefix}  :: centi-
centiara {f}  :: A measure of land (1/100 of an ara) equivalent to a square metre
centigrado {adj}  :: centigrade
centigrammo {m}  :: centigram
centilitro {m}  :: centilitre / centiliter
centiloquio {m}  :: A literary work divided into a hundred parts
centimano {m}  :: A mythological giant that had a hundred hands
centimetrante {v}  :: present participle of centimetrare
centimetrare {vt}  :: To subdivide or measure with precision (literally, into centimetres)
centimetrico {adj}  :: subdivided or measured in centimetres
centimetro {m}  :: centimetre
centina {f}  :: centering (Temporary wooden structure built to support an arch during construction)
centina {f}  :: rib (of an aircraft)
centinaio {m}  :: hundred, about a hundred, about one hundred
centinaio {m} [in the plural]  :: hundreds, dozens (a great number)
centinamento {m}  :: arching (of part of a building)
centinante {v}  :: present participle of centinare
centinare {vt}  :: To provide centering (when building an arch)
centinatura {f}  :: centering (temporary support to an arch)
centinatura {f}  :: camber (of a road)
centinodia {f}  :: knotgrass (Polygonum aviculare)
centinone {m}  :: Any of the main ribs of an aircraft
centista {mf}  :: hundred metre / meter sprinter or swimmer
cento {adj}  :: hundred
cento {m}  :: hundred
centocchi {m}  :: Variant of centonchio
centocchio {m}  :: chickweed
centocchio comune {m}  :: common chickweed
Centocelle {prop}  :: A district of Rome
centocinquanta {adj}  :: One hundred and fifty
centocinquanta {m}  :: One hundred and fifty
centocinquantacinque {adj}  :: One hundred and fifty-five
centocinquantacinque {m}  :: One hundred and fifty-five
centocinquantacinquesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and fifty-fifth
centocinquantacinquesimo {m}  :: one hundred and fifty-fifth
centocinquantadue {adj}  :: One hundred and fifty-two
centocinquantadue {m}  :: One hundred and fifty-two
centocinquantaduesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and fifty-second
centocinquantaduesimo {m}  :: one hundred and fifty-second
centocinquantanove {adj}  :: One hundred and fifty-nine
centocinquantanove {m}  :: One hundred and fifty-nine
centocinquantanovesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and fifty-ninth
centocinquantanovesimo {m}  :: one hundred and fifty-ninth
centocinquantaquattresimo {adj}  :: one hundred and fifty-fourth
centocinquantaquattresimo {m}  :: one hundred and fifty-fourth
centocinquantaquattro {adj}  :: One hundred and fifty-four
centocinquantaquattro {m}  :: One hundred and fifty-four
centocinquantasei {adj}  :: One hundred and fifty-six
centocinquantasei {m}  :: One hundred and fifty-six
centocinquantaseiesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and fifty-sixth
centocinquantaseiesimo {m}  :: one hundred and fifty-sixth
centocinquantasette {adj}  :: One hundred and fifty-seven
centocinquantasette {m}  :: One hundred and fifty-seven
centocinquantasettesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and fifty-seventh
centocinquantasettesimo {m}  :: one hundred and fifty-seventh
centocinquantatré {adj}  :: One hundred and fifty-three
centocinquantatré {m}  :: One hundred and fifty-three
centocinquantatreesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and fifty-third
centocinquantatreesimo {m}  :: one hundred and fifty-third
centocinquantenario {adj}  :: That lasts for a hundred and fifty years
centocinquantenario {adj}  :: That happens every hundred and fifty years
centocinquantenario {m}  :: A hundred and fiftieth anniversary
centocinquantesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and fiftieth
centocinquantesimo {m}  :: one hundred and fiftieth
centocinquantottesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and fifty-eighth
centocinquantottesimo {m}  :: one hundred and fifty-eighth
centocinquantotto {adj}  :: One hundred and fifty-eight
centocinquantotto {m}  :: One hundred and fifty-eight
centocinquantunesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and fifty-first
centocinquantunesimo {m}  :: one hundred and fifty-first
centocinquantuno {adj}  :: One hundred and fifty-one
centocinquantuno {m}  :: One hundred and fifty-one
centocinque {adj}  :: One hundred and five
centocinque {m}  :: One hundred and five
centocinquesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and fifth
centocinquesimo {m}  :: one hundred and fifth
centodecimo {adj}  :: hundred and tenth
centodecimo {m}  :: hundred and tenth
centodiciannove {adj}  :: One hundred and nineteen
centodiciannove {m}  :: One hundred and nineteen
centodicianovesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and nineteenth
centodicianovesimo {m}  :: one hundred and nineteenth
centodiciasettesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and seventeenth
centodiciasettesimo {m}  :: one hundred and seventeenth
centodiciassette {adj}  :: One hundred and seventeen
centodiciassette {m}  :: One hundred and seventeen
centodiciottesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and eighteenth
centodiciottesimo {m}  :: one hundred and eighteenth
centodiciotto {adj}  :: One hundred and eighteen
centodiciotto {m}  :: One hundred and eighteen
centodieci {adj}  :: One hundred and ten
centodieci {m}  :: One hundred and ten
centodieci {m}  :: The maximum mark obtainable in an Italian University degree examination
centodieci {m}  :: An athletics race of 110 metres
centododicesimo {adj}  :: one-hundred and twelfth
centododicesimo {m}  :: one-hundred and twelfth
centododici {adj}  :: One hundred and twelve
centododici {m}  :: One hundred and twelve
centodue {adj}  :: One hundred and two
centodue {m}  :: One hundred and two
centoduesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and second
centoduesimo {m}  :: one hundred and second
centofoglie {f}  :: yarrow (plants of the genus Achillea)
centogambe {m}  :: Variant of centopiedi
centometrista {mf} [athletics, swimming]  :: An athlete who specializes in the 100 metres
centomila {adj}  :: hundred thousand
centomila {m}  :: hundred thousand
centomila {m}  :: A 100,000 lire banknote
centomiliardi {m}  :: one hundred billion
centomilioni {m}  :: one hundred million
centomillesimo {adj}  :: hundred-thousandth
centomillesimo {m} [ordinal numbers]  :: hundred-thousandth
centonchio {m}  :: chickweed (Variant of centocchio)
centone {m}  :: cento (Literary work of various authors)
centone {m}  :: rehash
centone {m} [dated]  :: A 100,000 lira banknote
centonervia {f}  :: plantain (Plantago major)
centonovanta {adj}  :: One hundred and ninety
centonovanta {m}  :: One hundred and ninety
centonovantacinque {adj}  :: One hundred and ninety-five
centonovantacinque {m}  :: One hundred and ninety-five
centonovantacinquesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and ninety-fifth
centonovantacinquesimo {m}  :: one hundred and ninety-fifth
centonovantadue {adj}  :: One hundred and ninety-two
centonovantadue {m}  :: One hundred and ninety-two
centonovantaduesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and ninety-second
centonovantaduesimo {m}  :: one hundred and ninety-second
centonovantanove {adj}  :: One hundred and ninety-nine
centonovantanove {m}  :: One hundred and ninety-nine
centonovantanovesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and ninety-ninth
centonovantanovesimo {m}  :: one hundred and ninety-ninth
centonovantaquattresimo {adj}  :: one hundred and ninety-fourth
centonovantaquattresimo {m}  :: one hundred and ninety-fourth
centonovantaquattro {adj}  :: One hundred and ninety-four
centonovantaquattro {m}  :: One hundred and ninety-four
centonovantasei {adj}  :: One hundred and ninety-six
centonovantasei {m}  :: One hundred and ninety-six
centonovantaseiesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and ninety-sixth
centonovantaseiesimo {m}  :: one hundred and ninety-sixth
centonovantasette {adj}  :: One hundred and ninety-seven
centonovantasette {m}  :: One hundred and ninety-seven
centonovantasettesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and ninety-seventh
centonovantasettesimo {m}  :: one hundred and ninety-seventh
centonovantatré {adj}  :: One hundred and ninety-three
centonovantatré {m}  :: One hundred and ninety-three
centonovantatreesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and ninety-third
centonovantatreesimo {m}  :: one hundred and ninety-third
centonovantesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and ninetieth
centonovantesimo {m}  :: one hundred and ninetieth
centonovantottesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and ninety-eighth
centonovantottesimo {m}  :: one hundred and ninety-eighth
centonovantotto {adj}  :: One hundred and ninety-eight
centonovantotto {m}  :: One hundred and ninety-eight
centonovantunesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and ninety-first
centonovantunesimo {m}  :: one hundred and ninety-first
centonovantuno {adj}  :: One hundred and ninety-one
centonovantuno {m}  :: One hundred and ninety-one
centonove {adj}  :: One hundred and nine
centonove {m}  :: One hundred and nine
centonovesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and ninth
centonovesimo {m}  :: one hundred and ninth
centoottesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and eighth
centoottesimo {m}  :: one hundred and eighth
centootto {adj}  :: One hundred and eight
centootto {m}  :: One hundred and eight
centopelle {m}  :: tripe (from the stomachs of a ruminant)
centopiedi {m}  :: centipede
centoquaranta {adj}  :: One hundred and forty
centoquaranta {m}  :: One hundred and forty
centoquarantacinque {adj}  :: One hundred and forty-five
centoquarantacinque {m}  :: One hundred and forty-five
centoquarantacinquesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and forty-fifth
centoquarantacinquesimo {m}  :: one hundred and forty-fifth
centoquarantadue {adj}  :: One hundred and forty-two
centoquarantadue {m}  :: One hundred and forty-two
centoquarantaduesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and forty-second
centoquarantaduesimo {m}  :: one hundred and forty-second
centoquarantanove {adj}  :: One hundred and forty-nine
centoquarantanove {m}  :: One hundred and forty-nine
centoquarantanovesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and forty-ninth
centoquarantanovesimo {m}  :: one hundred and forty-ninth
centoquarantaquattresimo {adj}  :: one hundred and forty-fourth
centoquarantaquattresimo {m}  :: one hundred and forty-fourth
centoquarantaquattro {adj}  :: One hundred and forty-four
centoquarantaquattro {m}  :: One hundred and forty-four
centoquarantaquattromila {adj}  :: a hundred and forty-four thousand
centoquarantaquattromila {m}  :: a hundred and fortyfour thousand
centoquarantasei {adj}  :: One hundred and forty-six
centoquarantasei {m}  :: One hundred and forty-six
centoquarantaseiesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and forty-sixth
centoquarantaseiesimo {m}  :: one hundred and forty-sixth
centoquarantasette {adj}  :: One hundred and forty-seven
centoquarantasette {m}  :: One hundred and forty-seven
centoquarantasettesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and forty-seventh
centoquarantasettesimo {m}  :: one hundred and forty-seventh
centoquarantatré {adj}  :: One hundred and forty-three
centoquarantatré {m}  :: One hundred and forty-three
centoquarantatreesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and forty-third
centoquarantatreesimo {m}  :: one hundred and forty-third
centoquarantesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and fortieth
centoquarantesimo {m}  :: one hundred and fortieth
centoquarantottesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and forty-eighth
centoquarantottesimo {m}  :: one hundred and forty-eighth
centoquarantotto {adj}  :: One hundred and forty-eight
centoquarantotto {m}  :: One hundred and forty-eight
centoquarantunesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and forty-first
centoquarantunesimo {m}  :: one hundred and forty-first
centoquarantuno {adj}  :: One hundred and forty-one
centoquarantuno {m}  :: One hundred and forty-one
centoquattordicesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and fourteenth
centoquattordicesimo {m}  :: one hundred and fourteenth
centoquattordici {adj}  :: One hundred and fourteen
centoquattordici {m}  :: One hundred and fourteen
centoquattresimo {adj}  :: one hundred and fourth
centoquattresimo {m}  :: one hundred and fourth
centoquattro {adj}  :: One hundred and four
centoquattro {m}  :: One hundred and four
centoquindicesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and fifteenth
centoquindicesimo {m}  :: one hundred and fifteenth
centoquindici {adj}  :: One hundred and fifteen
centoquindici {m}  :: One hundred and fifteen
centosedicesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and sixteenth
centosedicesimo {m}  :: one hundred and sixteenth
centosedici {adj}  :: One hundred and sixteen
centosedici {m}  :: One hundred and sixteen
centosei {adj}  :: One hundred and six
centosei {m}  :: One hundred and six
centoseiesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and sixth
centoseiesimo {m}  :: one hundred and sixth
centosessanta {adj}  :: One hundred and sixty
centosessanta {m}  :: One hundred and sixty
centosessantacinque {adj}  :: One hundred and sixty-five
centosessantacinque {m}  :: One hundred and sixty-five
centosessantacinquesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and sixty-fifth
centosessantacinquesimo {m}  :: one hundred and sixty-fifth
centosessantadue {adj}  :: One hundred and sixty-two
centosessantadue {m}  :: One hundred and sixty-two
centosessantaduesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and sixty-second
centosessantaduesimo {m}  :: one hundred and sixty-second
centosessantanove {adj}  :: One hundred and sixty-nine
centosessantanove {m}  :: One hundred and sixty-nine
centosessantanovesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and sixty-ninth
centosessantanovesimo {m}  :: one hundred and sixty-ninth
centosessantaquattresimo {adj}  :: one hundred and sixty-fourth
centosessantaquattresimo {m}  :: one hundred and sixty-fourth
centosessantaquattro {adj}  :: One hundred and sixty-four
centosessantaquattro {m}  :: One hundred and sixty-four
centosessantasei {adj}  :: One hundred and sixty-six
centosessantasei {m}  :: One hundred and sixty-six
centosessantaseiesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and sixty-sixth
centosessantaseiesimo {m}  :: one hundred and sixty-sixth
centosessantasette {adj}  :: One hundred and sixty-seven
centosessantasette {m}  :: One hundred and sixty-seven
centosessantasettesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and sixty-seventh
centosessantasettesimo {m}  :: one hundred and sixty-seventh
centosessantatré {adj}  :: One hundred and sixty-three
centosessantatré {m}  :: One hundred and sixty-three
centosessantatreesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and sixty-third
centosessantatreesimo {m}  :: one hundred and sixty-third
centosessantesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and sixtieth
centosessantesimo {m}  :: one hundred and sixtieth
centosessantottesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and sixty-eighth
centosessantottesimo {m}  :: one hundred and sixty-eighth
centosessantotto {adj}  :: One hundred and sixty-eight
centosessantotto {m}  :: One hundred and sixty-eight
centosessantunesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and sixty-first
centosessantunesimo {m}  :: one hundred and sixty-first
centosessantuno {adj}  :: One hundred and sixty-one
centosessantuno {m}  :: One hundred and sixty-one
centosettanta {adj}  :: One hundred and seventy
centosettanta {m}  :: One hundred and seventy
centosettantacinque {adj}  :: One hundred and seventy-five
centosettantacinque {m}  :: One hundred and seventy-five
centosettantacinquesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and seventy-fifth
centosettantacinquesimo {m}  :: one hundred and seventy-fifth
centosettantadue {adj}  :: One hundred and seventy-two
centosettantadue {m}  :: One hundred and seventy-two
centosettantaduesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and seventy-second
centosettantaduesimo {m}  :: one hundred and seventy-second
centosettantanove {adj}  :: One hundred and seventy-nine
centosettantanove {m}  :: One hundred and seventy-nine
centosettantanovesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and seventy-ninth
centosettantanovesimo {m}  :: one hundred and seventy-ninth
centosettantaquattresimo {adj}  :: one hundred and seventy-fourth
centosettantaquattresimo {m}  :: one hundred and seventy-fourth
centosettantaquattro {adj}  :: One hundred and seventy-four
centosettantaquattro {m}  :: One hundred and seventy-four
centosettantasei {adj}  :: One hundred and seventy-six
centosettantasei {m}  :: One hundred and seventy-six
centosettantaseiesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and seventy-sixth
centosettantaseiesimo {m}  :: one hundred and seventy-sixth
centosettantasette {adj}  :: One hundred and seventy-seven
centosettantasette {m}  :: One hundred and seventy-seven
centosettantasettesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and seventy-seventh
centosettantasettesimo {m}  :: one hundred and seventy-seventh
centosettantatré {adj}  :: One hundred and seventy-three
centosettantatré {m}  :: One hundred and seventy-three
centosettantatreesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and seventy-third
centosettantatreesimo {m}  :: one hundred and seventy-third
centosettantesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and seventieth
centosettantesimo {m}  :: one hundred and seventieth
centosettantottesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and seventy-eighth
centosettantottesimo {m}  :: one hundred and seventy-eighth
centosettantotto {adj}  :: One hundred and seventy-eight
centosettantotto {m}  :: One hundred and seventy-eight
centosettantunesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and seventy-first
centosettantunesimo {m}  :: one hundred and seventy-first
centosettantuno {adj}  :: One hundred and seventy-one
centosettantuno {m}  :: One hundred and seventy-one
centosette {adj}  :: One hundred and seven
centosette {m}  :: One hundred and seven
centosettesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and seventh
centosettesimo {m}  :: one hundred and seventh
centotré {adj}  :: One hundred and three
centotré {m}  :: One hundred and three
centotre {adj}  :: One hundred and three
centotre {m}  :: One hundred and three
centotredicesimo {adj}  :: hundred and thirteenth
centotredicesimo {m}  :: hundred and thirteenth
centotredici {adj}  :: One hundred and thirteen
centotredici {m}  :: One hundred and thirteen
centotredici {m}  :: 113 - the telephone number used to contact emergency services in Italy
centotreesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and third
centotreesimo {m}  :: one hundred and third
centotrenta {adj}  :: One hundred and thirty
centotrenta {m}  :: One hundred and thirty
centotrentacinque {adj}  :: One hundred and thirty-five
centotrentacinque {m}  :: One hundred and thirty-five
centotrentacinquesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and thirty-fifth
centotrentacinquesimo {m}  :: one hundred and thirty-fifth
centotrentadue {adj}  :: One hundred and thirty-two
centotrentadue {m}  :: One hundred and thirty-two
centotrentaduesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and thirty-second
centotrentaduesimo {m}  :: one hundred and thirty-second
centotrentanove {adj}  :: One hundred and thirty-nine
centotrentanove {m}  :: One hundred and thirty-nine
centotrentanovesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and thirty-ninth
centotrentanovesimo {m}  :: one hundred and thirty-ninth
centotrentaquattresimo {adj}  :: one hundred and thirty-fourth
centotrentaquattresimo {m}  :: one hundred and thirty-fourth
centotrentaquattro {adj}  :: One hundred and thirty-four
centotrentaquattro {m}  :: One hundred and thirty-four
centotrentasei {adj}  :: One hundred and thirty-six
centotrentasei {m}  :: One hundred and thirty-six
centotrentaseiesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and thirty-sixth
centotrentaseiesimo {m}  :: one hundred and thirty-sixth
centotrentasette {adj}  :: One hundred and thirty-seven
centotrentasette {m}  :: One hundred and thirty-seven
centotrentasettenne {adj}  :: one hundred-and-thirty-seven-year-old
centotrentasettenne {mf}  :: one hundred-and-thirty-seven-year-old
centotrentasettesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and thirty-seventh
centotrentasettesimo {m}  :: one hundred and thirty-seventh
centotrentatré {adj}  :: One hundred and thirty-three
centotrentatré {m}  :: One hundred and thirty-three
centotrentatreesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and thirty-third
centotrentatreesimo {m}  :: one hundred and thirty-third
centotrentesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and thirtieth
centotrentesimo {m}  :: one hundred and thirtieth
centotrentottesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and thirty-eighth
centotrentottesimo {m}  :: one hundred and thirty-eighth
centotrentotto {adj}  :: One hundred and thirty-eight
centotrentotto {m}  :: One hundred and thirty-eight
centotrentunesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and thirty-first
centotrentunesimo {m}  :: one hundred and thirty-first
centotrentuno {adj}  :: One hundred and thirty-one
centotrentuno {m}  :: One hundred and thirty-one
centottanta {adj}  :: One hundred and eighty
centottanta {m}  :: One hundred and eighty
centottantacinque {adj}  :: One hundred and eighty-five
centottantacinque {m}  :: One hundred and eighty-five
centottantacinquesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and eighty-fifth
centottantacinquesimo {m}  :: one hundred and eighty-fifth
centottantadue {adj}  :: One hundred and eighty-two
centottantadue {m}  :: One hundred and eighty-two
centottantaduesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and eighty-second
centottantaduesimo {m}  :: one hundred and eighty-second
centottantamila {adj}  :: one hundred and eighty thousand
centottantamila {m}  :: one hundred and eighty thousand
centottantanove {adj}  :: One hundred and eighty-nine
centottantanove {m}  :: One hundred and eighty-nine
centottantanovesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and eighty-ninth
centottantanovesimo {m}  :: one hundred and eighty-ninth
centottantaquattresimo {adj}  :: one hundred and eighty-fourth
centottantaquattresimo {m}  :: one hundred and eighty-fourth
centottantaquattro {adj}  :: One hundred and eighty-four
centottantaquattro {m}  :: One hundred and eighty-four
centottantasei {adj}  :: One hundred and eighty-six
centottantasei {m}  :: One hundred and eighty-six
centottantaseiesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and eighty-sixth
centottantaseiesimo {m}  :: one hundred and eighty-sixth
centottantasette {adj}  :: One hundred and eighty-seven
centottantasette {m}  :: One hundred and eighty-seven
centottantasettesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and eighty-seventh
centottantasettesimo {m}  :: one hundred and eighty-seventh
centottantatré {adj}  :: One hundred and eighty-three
centottantatré {m}  :: One hundred and eighty-three
centottantatreesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and eighty-third
centottantatreesimo {m}  :: one hundred and eighty-third
centottantesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and eightieth
centottantesimo {m}  :: one hundred and eightieth
centottantottesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and eighty-eighth
centottantottesimo {m}  :: one hundred and eighty-eighth
centottantotto {adj}  :: One hundred and eighty-eight
centottantotto {m}  :: One hundred and eighty-eight
centottantunesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and eighty-first
centottantunesimo {m}  :: one hundred and eighty-first
centottantuno {adj}  :: One hundred and eighty-one
centottantuno {m}  :: One hundred and eighty-one
centottesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and eighth
centottesimo {m}  :: one hundred and eighth
centotto {adj}  :: One hundred and eight
centotto {m}  :: One hundred and eight
centoundicesimo {adj}  :: hundred and eleventh
centoundicesimo {m}  :: hundred and eleventh
centoundici {adj}  :: One hundred and eleven
centoundici {m}  :: One hundred and eleven
centounesimo {adj}  :: hundred-and-first
centounesimo {m}  :: hundred-and-first
centouno {adj}  :: One hundred and one
centouno {m}  :: One hundred and one
Centovallina {prop} [Switzerland]  :: the railway from Domodossola in Italy to Locarno in Switzerland
centoventesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and twentieth
centoventesimo {m}  :: one hundred and twentieth
centoventi {adj}  :: One hundred and twenty
centoventi {m}  :: One hundred and twenty
centoventicinque {adj}  :: One hundred and twenty-five
centoventicinque {m}  :: One hundred and twenty-five
centoventicinquesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and twenty-fifth
centoventicinquesimo {m}  :: one hundred and twenty-fifth
centoventidue {adj}  :: One hundred and twenty-two
centoventidue {m}  :: One hundred and twenty-two
centoventiduesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and twenty-second
centoventiduesimo {m}  :: one hundred and twenty-second
centoventinove {adj}  :: One hundred and twenty-nine
centoventinove {m}  :: One hundred and twenty-nine
centoventinovesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and twenty-ninth
centoventinovesimo {m}  :: one hundred and twenty-ninth
centoventiquattresimo {adj}  :: one hundred and twenty-fourth
centoventiquattresimo {m}  :: one hundred and twenty-fourth
centoventiquattro {adj}  :: One hundred and twenty-four
centoventiquattro {m}  :: One hundred and twenty-four
centoventisei {adj}  :: One hundred and twenty-six
centoventisei {m}  :: One hundred and twenty-six
centoventiseiesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and twenty-sixth
centoventiseiesimo {m}  :: one hundred and twenty-sixth
centoventisette {adj}  :: One hundred and twenty-seven
centoventisette {m}  :: One hundred and twenty-seven
centoventisettesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and twenty-seventh
centoventisettesimo {m}  :: one hundred and twenty-seventh
centoventitré {adj}  :: One hundred and twenty-three
centoventitré {m}  :: One hundred and twenty-three
centoventitreesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and twenty-third
centoventitreesimo {m}  :: one hundred and twenty-third
centoventottesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and twenty-eighth
centoventottesimo {m}  :: one hundred and twenty-eighth
centoventotto {adj}  :: One hundred and twenty-eight
centoventotto {m}  :: One hundred and twenty-eight
centoventunesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and twenty-first
centoventunesimo {m}  :: one hundred and twenty-first
centoventuno {adj}  :: One hundred and twenty-one
centoventuno {m}  :: One hundred and twenty-one
centrafricana {f}  :: Woman from Central African Republic or of Central African Republic descent
centrafricana {f}  :: Woman from Central Africa or of Central Africa descent
centrafricano {adj}  :: Central African Republic (attributive)
centrafricano {adj}  :: Central Africa (attributive)
centrafricano {m}  :: Person from Central African Republic or of Central African Republic descent
centrafricano {m}  :: Person from Central Africa or of Central Africa descent
centraggio {m}  :: centring
centraggio {m}  :: true
centrale {adj}  :: central
centrale {adj}  :: main
centrale {f}  :: head office
centrale elettrica {f}  :: power station, power plant
centrale nucleare {f}  :: nuclear power station, nuclear power plant
centralina {f}  :: telephone exchange
centralina {f}  :: switchboard
centralinista {m}  :: telephone operator, operator, telephonist (male)
centralinista {f}  :: telephone operator, operator, telephonist (female)
centralino {m}  :: telephone exchange
centralino {m}  :: switchboard
centralismo {m}  :: centralism
centralissimo {adj}  :: Very central (especially close to the centre of town)
centralista {adj}  :: centralist
centralisticamente {adv}  :: In a centralist manner
centralistico {adj}  :: centralist (politically)
centralità {f}  :: centrality
centralizzante {v}  :: present participle of centralizzare
centralizzare {vt}  :: to centralize
centralizzatore {adj}  :: centralizing
centralizzazione {f}  :: centralization
centralmente {adv}  :: centrally
centramento {m}  :: centring
centramento {m}  :: balance of forces (thrust, drag, lift, weight) on an aircraft
centramericano {adj}  :: Central American
centrante {v}  :: present participle of centrare
centrare {vt}  :: to hit, hit the centre
centrare {vt}  :: to pinpoint
centrare {vt}  :: to centre, center, balance
centrasiatico {adj}  :: Central Asian
centrattacco {m}  :: centre forward (football)
centratura {f}  :: centring
centratura {f}  :: true
centravanti {mf}  :: centre forward
centreuropeo {adj}  :: Variant of centroeuropeo
centrico {adj}  :: centrosymmetric
-centrico {suffix}  :: -centric
centrifuga {f}  :: centrifuge
centrifuga {f}  :: spin dryer
centrifugante {v}  :: present participle of centrifugare
centrifugare {vt}  :: to centrifuge
centrifugare {vt} [laundry]  :: to spin-dry
centrifugazione {f}  :: centrifugation, centrifuging
centrifugo {adj}  :: centrifugal
centrina {f}  :: angular roughshark (Oxynotus centrina)
centrino {m}  :: doily
centriolo {m} [biology]  :: centriole
centripeto {adj} [physics]  :: centripetal
centrismo {m}  :: centrism (political)
-centrismo {suffix}  :: -centrism
centrista {adj}  :: centre (attributive)
centrista {adj}  :: centrist
centrista {adj}  :: middle-of-the-road
centrista {m}  :: centrist
centritaliano {adj}  :: Variant of centroitaliano
centro {m}  :: centre, center
centro {m}  :: middle, midpoint
centro {m}  :: core, heart
centro {m}  :: city centre, city center, downtown
centro- {prefix}  :: central
-centro {suffix}  :: centre
centroafricano {adj}  :: Central African
Centroamerica {prop}  :: Central America
centroamericano {adj}  :: Central American
centroasiatico {adj}  :: Central Asian
centroattacco {m} [football]  :: centre forward, striker
centroavanti {mf} [football]  :: centre forward, striker
centrocampista {mf}  :: midfielder, midfield player (football)
centrocampo {m}  :: midfield (football)
centroccidentale {adj}  :: Central Western
centroclassifica {f}  :: mid-standing (middling position in a league)
centro commerciale {m}  :: A shopping mall, a mall, a shopping centre, a plaza
centrodestra {m}  :: centre right (in politics)
centrodestro {m} [football]  :: inside right
centro di accoglienza {m}  :: reception center / reception centre
centroeuropeo {adj}  :: Central European
centroitaliano {adj}  :: Central Italian
centromediano {m}  :: centre half (football player)
centromerico {adj}  :: centromeric
centromeridionale {adj}  :: Central Southern
centromero {m} [genetics]  :: centromere
centronord {m}  :: central north (of a region)
centro-occidentale {adj}  :: central western
centro-orientale {adj}  :: central eastern
centrosettentrionale {adj}  :: central northern
centrosfera {f}  :: centrosphere
centrosfera {f}  :: barysphere
centrosinistra {m}  :: centre left (in politics)
centrosinistro {m}  :: inside left (football)
centrosoma {m} [biology]  :: centrosome
centrosostegno {m}  :: centre half (football player)
centro storico {m}  :: old town (the original, historic centre of a town)
centrosud {m}  :: central south (of a region)
centrotavola {m}  :: centrepiece (table decoration)
centroterzino {m}  :: central defender (football player)
centum {adj}  :: used only in the term lingua centum
centumvirale {adj}  :: centumviral
centumvirato {m}  :: centumviral court
centumviro {m}  :: A member of the centumviri in ancient Rome
centunesimo {adj}  :: one hundred and first
centunesimo {m}  :: one hundred and first
centuno {adj}  :: hundred-and-first
centuno {m}  :: hundred and one
centuplicante {v}  :: present participle of centuplicare
centuplicantesi {v}  :: present participle of centuplicarsi
centuplicare {vt}  :: to multiply by a hundred
centuplicare {vt}  :: to increase greatly
centuplicarsi {v}  :: reflexive of centuplicare
centuplicarsi {v}  :: to increase greatly
centuplicatosi {v}  :: past participle of centuplicarsi
centuplice {adj}  :: Composed of a hundred parts
centuplice {adj}  :: many-faceted
centuplo {adj}  :: centuple
centuplo {m}  :: centuple
centuria {f}  :: century (Roman army unit)
centuriazione {f}  :: centuriation
centurione {m}  :: centurion
cenuro {m}  :: tapeworm
cepola {f}  :: bandfish (of genus Rhamphichthys)
ceppa {f}  :: (especially in plural) A form of bucatini from Abruzzo
ceppaia {f}  :: stump (of a tree)
ceppaia {f}  :: coppice
ceppata {f}  :: stump, stub
ceppata {f}  :: coppice
ceppatello {m}  :: A form of cep mushroom (Boletus reticulatus)
ceppita {f}  :: yellow fleabane (Dittrichia viscosa)
ceppo {m}  :: stump (of a tree)
ceppo {m}  :: log (to burn)
ceppo {m}  :: root
ceppo {m}  :: block
ceppo {m}  :: bulky handcuffs (pillory-like)
ceppo {m} [in the plural]  :: shackles, fetters
ceppo {m} [nautical]  :: cathead
ceppo {m} [biology]  :: strain
Ceprano {prop}  :: A small town in the Frosinone province of Lazio
cepstrale {adj}  :: cepstral
cera {f}  :: wax
cera {f}  :: complexion
cera bianca {f}  :: (white) furniture polish
cera candelilla {f}  :: candelilla wax
cera d'api {f}  :: beeswax
cera da scarpe {f}  :: shoe polish
cera di carnauba {f}  :: carnauba wax
cera di lignite {f}  :: lignite wax, montan wax
cera giapponese {f}  :: Japan wax
ceraia {f}  :: candle maker (female)
ceraia {f}  :: candle seller (female)
ceraio {m}  :: candle maker
ceraio {m}  :: candle seller
ceraiolo {m}  :: chandler (candle maker)
ceraiolo {m}  :: waxworks modeller
ceralacca {f}  :: sealing wax
cerambice {m}  :: cerambycid (beetle of the family Cerambycidae)
cerambicide {m}  :: longhorn beetle (of family Cerambycidae)
ceramica {f}  :: ceramic, ceramics
ceramico {adj}  :: ceramic
ceramista {m}  :: (male) ceramist, potter
ceramista {f}  :: (female) ceramist, potter
ceramografo {m}  :: painter of Ancient Greek vases
cera molle {f}  :: synonym of vernice molle
ceramologia {f}  :: ceramology
cerante {v}  :: present participle of cerare
cera perduta {f}  :: lost wax
cera per pavimenti {f}  :: floor polish
cera persa {f} [art]  :: lost wax
cerare {vt}  :: to wax
cerare {vt}  :: to polish
cerasa {f} [regional]  :: cherry
cerasella {f}  :: cherry brandy
ceraseto {m} [regional]  :: cherry orchard
ceraso {m}  :: cherry (tree)
ceraste {f}  :: horned viper (of genus Cerastes)
cerasuolo {adj}  :: cherry coloured
cerasuolo {m}  :: A ruby-coloured red wine from Sicily or Abruzzo having an aroma of cherries
cerato {adj}  :: waxed
cerato {m}  :: oilcloth
cerato- {prefix}  :: wax
ceratosauro {m}  :: ceratosaur
c'era una volta {phrase}  :: once upon a time
ceraunico {adj}  :: keraunic
ceraunofobia {f}  :: keraunophobia (abnormal fear of thunder and lightning)
ceraunoscopia {f}  :: ceraunoscopy
cera vegetale {f}  :: plant wax
cera vergine {f}  :: High-quality beeswax
cerbero {m}  :: watchdog, guard dog
Cerbero {prop} [Greek mythology]  :: Cerberus
cerbiatta {f}  :: female fawn
cerbiatta {f} [slang]  :: lesbian
cerbiatto {m}  :: fawn, spike, brocket (young dear)
cerbiattolo {m}  :: baby fawn
cerbottana {f}  :: blowpipe (weapon)
cerbottana {f}  :: peashooter
cerca {f}  :: search
cercabile {adj}  :: searchable
cercabilità {f}  :: searchability
cercafase {m}  :: phase detector (electronic)
cercafughe {m}  :: leak detector
cercametalli {m}  :: metal detector
cercamine {m}  :: mine detector
cercante {v}  :: present participle of cercare
cercantesi {v}  :: present participle of cercarsi
cercapersone {m}  :: pager, beeper
cercapoli {m}  :: pole finder
cercar {v}  :: apocopic form of cercare
cercare {vt}  :: to look for
cercare {vt}  :: to try
cercare il pelo nell'uovo {v} [idiomatic]  :: to split hairs
cercare per mare e per terra {v}  :: To look everywhere for ..
cercare un ago in un pagliaio {v}  :: To look for a needle in a haystack
cercarsela {v}  :: to behave so as to attract something unpleasant or harmful; to look for (trouble etc)
cercarsi {v}  :: reflexive of cercare
cercarsi {v}  :: to look for each other
cercarsi {v}  :: to make an effort to do something
cercatore {m}  :: searcher, seeker, prospector, hunter
cercatore d'oro {m}  :: gold digger
cercatosi {v}  :: past participle of cercarsi
cercatrice {f}  :: (female) searcher, seeker, prospector, hunter