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m' {pron} :: apocopic form of mi
m {n} :: See under M
M {letter} :: letter: emme
M {symbol} :: down with
M5S {abbr} :: MoVimento 5 Stelle - an Italian populist political party
ma {conj} :: but
ma {f} :: abbreviation of mamma
ma {interj} [colloquial, emphatic] :: Indicates emotion or emphasis
ma {interj} [colloquial] :: Used to introduce a new topic or a question
ma anche no {interj} [colloquial, idiomatic, slang] :: or not (a sarcastic expression of disagreement)
Macabeo {m} :: Maccabee
macabramente {adv} :: macabrely
macabro {adj} :: macabre
macaco {m} :: macaque
macaco {m} :: fool, dunce
macadamizzante {v} :: present participle of macadamizzare
macadamizzare {vt} :: To macadamize
macaira {f} :: marlin, spearfish
macao {m} :: macaw
macaone {m} :: swallowtail (butterfly)
Macario {prop} :: given name
macarismo {m} :: macarism
macarismo {m} :: beatitude
maccabaico {adj} :: Maccabaic
Maccabei {prop} :: Maccabees
maccabeo {m} :: fool
maccaluba {f} :: (in Sicily) A volcanic jet of steam, mud, and gases
Maccanelli {prop} :: surname
maccarello {m} :: mackerel (Scomber scombrus)
maccartismo {m} :: McCarthyism
maccartista {m} :: McCarthyite (male)
maccartista {f} :: McCarthyite (female)
maccha {m} :: alternative spelling of matcha
macché {interj} :: of course not, not in the least, not on your life
maccheronata {f} :: blunder
maccheroncino {m} [foods] :: A small macaroni (type of pasta)
maccherone {m} [foods] :: macaroni (type of pasta)
maccheronea {f} :: macaronic composition
maccheroni {n} :: macaroni
maccheronicamente {adv} :: macaronically
maccheronico {adj} :: macaronic
macchia {f} :: stain or smear
macchia {f} :: spot, fleck
macchia {f} :: blot, speck, disgrace
macchia {f} :: shrub, bush, brake
macchiabile {adj} :: stainable
macchia d'aceri {f} :: sugarbush
macchiaiolo {m} :: A member of a Florentine school of impressionism in the second half of the Nineteenth Century
macchiaiuolo {m} :: alternative form of macchiaiolo
macchiante {v} :: present participle of macchiare
macchiantesi {v} :: present participle of macchiarsi
macchia ostinata {f} :: stubborn (ingrained) stain
macchiare {vt} :: to stain, mark, smear
macchiare {vt} :: to blot
macchiare {vt} :: to sully, tarnish
macchiarsi {v} :: reflexive of macchiare
macchiarsi {vr} :: to stain one's body or clothes
macchiarsi {vr} [figuratively] :: to soil one's hands, soil oneself; to sully oneself
macchia solare {f} :: sunspot
macchiatico {m} :: stumpage (right to fell timber)
macchiato {adj} :: stained
macchiato {adj} [of the skin of an animal] :: spotted
macchiatosi {v} :: past participle of macchiarsi
macchiatura {f} :: staining
macchieto {m} :: country area covered by isolated patches of bush and shrub vegetation
macchietta {f} :: little spot; speckle
macchietta {f} :: sketch (little drawing)
macchietta {f} :: strange or ridiculous person
macchiettante {v} :: present participle of macchiettare
macchiettare {v} :: to speckle, dapple or spot
macchiettato {adj} :: speckled, spotted, mottled, pied
macchiettatura {f} :: speckling, mottling
macchiettista {m} :: caricaturist (male)
macchiettista {m} :: character actor
macchiettista {f} :: caricaturist (female)
macchiettista {f} :: character actress
macchiettistico {adj} :: caricatural
macchina {f} :: machine
macchina {f} :: car, motorcar
macchina da cucire {f} :: sewing machine
macchina da presa {f} :: movie camera
macchina da scrivere {f} :: typewriter
macchina fotografica {f} :: camera (device for taking photographs)
macchina fotografica digitale {f} :: digital camera
macchinale {adj} :: mechanical
macchinalmente {adv} :: mechanically
macchinante {v} :: present participle of macchinare
macchina per cucire {f} :: sewing machine
macchinare {v} :: to plot, brew or machinate
macchinario {m} :: machinery
macchinata {f} :: A load of washing (as much as the machine will take)
macchinatore {mf} :: plotter, schemer
macchinazione {f} :: machination, concoction, setup
macchinazione {f} :: plot, scheme, conspiracy
macchine a fluido {n} :: fluid dynamics
macchinetta {f} :: diminutive of macchina
macchinetta {f} :: small machine; device
macchinetta {f} :: coffee maker, percolator
macchinetta {f} :: brace [for the teeth]
macchinetta {f} :: clipper, trimmer [for the hair]
macchinina {f} :: Small car
macchinina {f} :: model car
macchinina {f} :: toy car
macchinina {f} :: pedal car
macchinina {f} :: dodgem
macchinismo {m} :: mechanism
macchinista {mf} :: engine driver, train driver
macchinista {mf} :: engineer
macchinista {mf} :: stagehand, scene shifter
macchinone {m} :: A big car
macchinosamente {adv} :: complicatedly
macchinosità {f} :: complexity, intricacy
macchinoso {adj} :: complex, complicated, intricate
macchinoso {adj} :: bureaucratic
macchiolina {f} :: fleck, speck
macchione {m} :: thick scrub
macchioso {adj} :: spotted, speckled
macchioso {adj} :: bushy
Maccio {prop} :: A small town the province of Como in Lombardy
macedone {adj} :: Macedonian
macedone {mf} :: Macedonian
macedone {m} [singular only] :: Macedonian language
macedonia {f} [culinary] :: fruit salad (often tinned)
macedonia {f} [figuratively] :: a mixture of heterogeneous elements; a mishmash
macedonia {f} :: medley
Macedonia {prop} :: Macedonia (all senses)
macedonico {adj} :: Macedonian
macedoromeno {adj} :: alternative form of macedorumeno
macedorumeno {adj} :: Macedo-Romanian
macellabile {adj} :: Fit to be slaughtered (of a farm animal)
macellabilità {f} :: fitness for slaughter (of a farm animal)
macellaia {f} :: butcher (female)
macellaio {m} :: butcher
macellante {v} :: present participle of macellare
macellare {vt} :: To butcher, to slaughter
macellaro {m} :: alternative form of macellaio
macellatore {m} :: slaughterer
macellatore {m} :: butcher
macellazione {f} :: slaughter
macellazione {f} :: butchery
macelleria {f} :: butchershop
macellesco {adj} :: Of or pertaining to slaughtering or slaughterhouses
macello {m} :: slaughterhouse, abattoir
macello {m} :: slaughter, massacre
macello {m} [figuratively, colloquial] :: mess
macerabile {adj} :: That can be macerated
macerabilità {f} :: The property of what can be macerated
maceramento {m} :: steeping, maceration
macerante {v} :: present participle of macerare
macerantesi {v} :: present participle of macerarsi
macerare {vt} :: to macerate, soak
macerare {vt} :: to torment, mortify, distress
macerarsi {v} :: reflexive of macerare
macerarsi {v} :: to soak, macerate
macerarsi {v} :: to torment oneself
Macerata {prop} :: Macerata (province)
Macerata {prop} :: Macerata (town)
maceratese {adj} :: Of or pertaining to Macerata or its inhabitants
maceratese {mf} :: Native or inhabitant of Macerata
macerato {adj} :: macerated, soaked
macerato {m} :: macerate
maceratoio {m} :: Vessel used for macerating
maceratore {m} :: Person who macerates
maceratosi {v} :: past participle of macerarsi
macerazione {f} :: maceration, soaking
macereto {m} :: scree
macerie {fp} :: rubble
macerie {fp} :: wreckage
macerie {fp} :: debris
macero {adj} :: soaked, steeped, macerated
macero {adj} :: beaten, bruised
Mach {m} :: Mach (number)
machete {m} :: machete
machiavelliano {adj} :: Machiavellian
machiavellicamente {adv} :: In a Machiavellian manner
machiavellico {adj} :: Machiavellian
machiavellismo {m} :: Machiavellianism, Machiavellism
machiavellista {mf} :: Student or follower of Machiavelli
machiavellista {mf} :: Machiavellian
machiavello {m} :: A Machiavellian person
machismo {m} :: machismo
machmetro {m} :: Machmeter
macho {adj} :: macho
macho {m} :: macho
Machri {prop} [obsolete] :: synonym of Chio
macigno {m} :: rock, boulder
macigno {m} :: sandstone, grit
macilento {adj} :: haggard, emaciated, gaunt, scrawny, sickly
macilenza {f} :: haggardness, emaciation, gauntness
macina {f} :: millstone, grindstone, quern
macinabile {adj} :: That can be ground or milled
macinabilità {f} :: The property of what can be ground or milled
macinacaffè {m} :: coffee grinder, coffee mill
macinacolori {m} :: muller, mullerstone
macinante {v} :: present participle of macinare
macinapepe {m} :: pepper mill
macinare {v} :: to grind or mill
macinare {v} :: to mince (meat)
macinato {adj} :: ground
macinato {adj} :: minced
macinato {m} :: meal (from a mill)
macinato {m} :: mince (meat)
macinato {m} :: grind
macinatoio {m} :: mill, grinder
macinatore {m} :: grinder, miller (device)
macinatura {f} :: milling (of cereal)
macinatura {f} :: grinding (of coffee)
macinazione {f} :: milling
macinazione {f} :: grinding
macinino {m} :: Small grinder or mill
macinio {m} :: grinding, milling (continuous)
macis {n} :: mace (spice)
maciste {m} :: colossus
maciulla {f} :: scutch
maciullante {v} :: present participle of maciullare
maciullare {v} :: to scutch
maciullare {v} :: to crush or mangle
maciullatura {f} :: scutching
Maclovio {prop} :: given name
macò {m} :: maco (Egyptian cotton)
macola {f} :: Variant of macula
macolato {adj} :: alternative form of maculato
macramè {m} :: macramé
macro- {prefix} :: macro-
macro {f} [computing] :: macro, macroinstruction
macro {f} [photography] :: macrophotography
macro {f} [economics] :: macroeconomy
macroanalisi {f} [chemistry] :: macroanalysis
macroanalisi {f} [economics] :: macroeconomics
macrobiotica {f} :: macrobiotics
macrobioticamente {adv} :: macrobiotically
macrobiotico {adj} :: macrobiotic
macroblasto {m} :: macroblast
macrocardia {f} :: cardiomegaly
macrocefalia {f} :: macrocephaly
macrocefalo {adj} :: macrocephalic, macrocephalous
macrocheilia {f} :: macrocheilia
macrochilia {f} [medicine] :: macrocheilia
macrochiria {f} [medicine] :: macrocheiria
macrociclico {adj} [chemistry] :: macrocyclic
macrociclo {m} [chemistry] :: macrocycle
macrocita {m} :: macrocyte
macrocito {m} [cytology] :: macrocyte
macrocitosi {f} :: macrocytosis
macroclima {m} :: macroclimate
macrocosmico {adj} :: macrocosmic
macrocosmo {m} :: macrocosm
macrocristallino {adj} :: macrocrystalline
macrodattilia {f} :: macrodactylia
macrodattilo {adj} :: macrodactylous
macrodistribuzione {f} :: macrodistribution
macrodonte {adj} :: macrodont
macrodontia {f} [pathology] :: macrodontia
macrodontismo {m} :: macrodontia
macroeconomia {f} :: macroeconomics
macroeconomico {adj} :: macroeconomic
macroelemento {m} :: macroelement
macroestesia {f} :: macroesthesia
macroevoluzione {f} :: macroevolution
macrofago {m} [cytology, immunology] :: macrophage
macrofago {adj} :: macrophagous
macrofillo {adj} [botany] :: macrophyllous
macrofillo {m} [botany] :: A macrophyllous leaf
macrofisica {f} [physics] :: macrophysics
macrofossile {m} :: macrofossil
macrofotografia {f} :: macrophotography, photomacrography
macrofotografico {adj} :: macrophotographic
macroftalmia {f} [medicine] :: megalophthalmus, macrophthalmia
macroftalmo {adj} :: megalophthalmic
macrofunzione {f} :: macro function
macrogamete {m} [cytology] :: macrogamete
macrogenesi {f} :: gigantism
macrogenitosomia {f} [medicine] :: macrogenitosomia
macroglobulina {f} :: macroglobulin
macroglossia {f} :: macroglossia
macroglosso {adj} :: macroglossic
macrogruppo {m} :: Any of several major groupings, such as a language family or ethnic group
macroistruzione {f} :: macroinstruction
macrolide {m} [organic chemistry, medicine] :: macrolide
macrolidico {adj} :: macrolidic; macrolide (attributive)
macrolinguistica {f} :: macrolinguistics
macrologia {f} :: macrology
macromelia {f} [medicine] :: macromelia
macrometeorologia {f} :: macrometeorology
macrometrico {adj} [optics] :: macrometric
macromicete {m} :: macromycete, macrofungus
macromilanese {adj} :: Greater-Milan (attributive)
macromolecola {f} :: macromolecule
macromolecolare {adj} :: macromolecular
macron {m} :: macron
macronucleo {m} [cytology] :: macronucleus
macronutriente {adj} :: macronutrient (attributive)
macropetalo {adj} [botany] :: macropetalous
macroplasia {f} [medicine] :: macroplasia
macropodia {f} [medicine] :: macropodia
macropodide {m} :: macropod
macropodo {adj} :: macropodous
macroprogrammazione {f} [computing] :: macroprogramming
macroprosopia {f} [medicine] :: macroprosopia
macroregionale {adj} :: macroregional / macro-regional
macroregione {f} :: macroregion
macrorrinia {f} [medicine] :: macrorhinia
macrorrino {adj} :: macrorhinia (attributive)
macroscelide {m} :: elephant shrew (of genus Macroscelides)
macroscopicamente {adv} :: macroscopically
macroscopico {adj} :: macroscopic (all senses)
macroscopico {adj} [of a mistake] :: blatant
macrosettore {m} :: macrosector (large-scale sector of industry or the economy)
macrosisma {m} :: macroseism
macrosismico {adj} :: macroseismic, megaseismic
macrosismo {m} [geology] :: macroseism
macrosistema {m} :: macrosystem
macrosmatico {adj} :: macrosmatic
macrosociologia {f} :: macrosociology
macrosociologico {adj} :: macrosociological
macrosomia {f} :: macrosomia
macrosomico {adj} :: macrosomic
macrospora {f} :: macrospore
macrosporangio {m} :: macrosporangium
macrostato {m} [physics] :: macrostate
macrostomia {f} :: macrostomia
macrostruttura {f} :: macrostructure
macrotia {f} :: macrotia
macrovascolare {adj} [anatomy] :: macrovascular
macrovescicola {f} :: macrovesicle
macrozona {f} :: macrozone
macula {f} [anatomy, astronomy, geology] :: macula
macula {f} :: stain, blot
macula {f} [pathology] :: macule blotch
maculare {adj} :: macular
maculato {adj} :: spotted
maculopatia {f} [pathology] :: maculopathy
maculoso {adj} :: spotty, spotted
maculoso {adj} :: macular
Madagascar {prop} :: Madagascar
madama {f} :: madam (woman who manages a brothel)
madama {f} [slang] :: The police
madamigella {f} :: Mademoiselle
madamigella {f} :: Miss
maddalena {f} :: madeleine (small cake)
maddalena {f} :: a female repentant sinner
Maddalena {prop} :: given name, equivalent to Magdalene and Madeleine
maddaleone {m} [medicine] :: magdaleon
made in Italy {adj} [of goods] :: manufactured in Italy, especially when made for export
made in Italy {m} :: Italian manufactured goods, considered as a whole, especially when made for export
madera {m} :: madeira (wine)
Madera {prop} :: Madeira (island)
Maderna {prop} :: surname
Maderno {prop} :: surname
madia {f} [furniture] :: cupboard or cabinet (in a kitchen)
madia {f} :: Wooden thing that you knead dough on
madia {f} :: kneading trough
madianita {mf} :: Midianite
madido {adj} [literary] :: moist, damp
madienò {interj} :: no! (a vigorous denial)
madiere {m} [nautical] :: rib (of a ship)
madismo {m} :: Mahdism
madonna {f} [now chiefly historical, literary] :: Honorific title used to address women
Madonna {prop} :: Madonna, Our Lady
madonnaro {m} :: A person who makes or sells images of the Madonna
madonnaro {m} :: A pavement artist
madonnaro {m} :: A person who carries a statue of the Madonna during a procession
madonnina {f} :: A small statue of the Madonna
madore {m} [literary] :: Moisture that covers the body prior to sweating
madore {m} [literary, by extension] :: moisture
madori {n} :: plural of madore
madornale {adj} :: Very large; massive
madornalità {f} :: enormousness, hugeness
madrasa {f} :: madrasah
madre {f} :: mother
Madre di Dio {prop} [Christianity] :: Mother of God (the mother of Christ)
madregalista {m} :: Singer of madrigals (male)
madregalista {f} :: Singer of madrigals (female)
madrelingua {f} :: mother tongue
madrelingua {mf} :: native speaker
madrelingua {adj} :: mother-tongue
madre-nonna {f} :: A mother who is old enough to be a grandmother
madrepatria {f} :: motherland, homeland
madreperla {f} :: mother-of-pearl, nacre
madreperla {m} :: pearl (colour)
madreperla {adj} :: pearl (colour)
madreperlaceo {adj} :: pearly, nacreous
madreperlato {adj} :: frosted
madrepora {f} :: madrepore
madreporico {adj} :: madreporic
Madre Russia {prop} :: Mother Russia
madreselva {f} :: honeysuckle, woodbine
madre sostitutiva {f} :: surrogate mother
Madre Terra {prop} :: Mother Earth
madrevite {f} :: nut (that a bolt screws into)
Madrid {prop} :: Madrid, Spanish capital city and province
madridista {adj} :: Of or from Madrid
madridista {mf} :: Native or inhabitant of Madrid
madrigale {m} :: madrigal
madrigaleggiante {v} :: present participle of madrigaleggiare
madrigaleggiare {vi} :: To compose or sing madrigals
madrigalesco {adj} :: madrigal (attributive)
madrigalesco {adj} :: gallant
madrigalista {m} :: madrigalist
madrigalistico {adj} :: madrigalistic
madrileno {adj} :: Of or from Madrid
madrileno {m} :: Native or inhabitant of Madrid
madrina {f} :: godmother
madrina {f} :: sponsor
madrina {f} [nautical] :: woman who ceremonially names and launches a ship
madrinato {m} :: charity (voluntary assistance)
Maè {prop} :: A river that flows in Veneto
maestà {f} :: majesty
maestaina {f} :: wayside shrine
maestosamente {adv} :: majestically
maestosamente {adv} :: grandly
maestosità {f} :: majesty
maestosità {f} :: grandeur
maestoso {adj} :: majestic
maestoso {adj} [music] :: A direction to perform a passage or piece of music in a dignified manner
maestra {f} :: teacher (female)
maestra {f} :: schoolteacher (female, especially of younger children)
maestralata {f} :: A gust of mistral wind
maestrale {adj} :: north-west
maestrale {m} :: mistral (wind)
maestranza {f} :: worker
maestranza {f} [chiefly in the plural] :: workforce
maestranze {fp} :: workers, hands
maestrevole {adj} :: masterly
maestrevolmente {adv} :: masterly
maestria {f} :: skill, mastery
maestrina {f} :: A young teacher; a young schoolteacher
maestro {m} :: teacher (male) (primary school)
maestro {m} :: master (male)
maestro {m} :: mast
maestro {m} [music] :: conductor
maestro {m} :: wright
maestro {m} [meteorology] :: mistral (maestrale wind)
maestro {adj} :: proficient, accomplished, expert
maestro {adj} :: main, most important
maestro d'arme {m} :: fencing master
maestro d'ascia {m} :: shipwright, boat builder
maestro d'ascia {m} :: carpenter
maestro di cappella {m} :: kapellmeister
Maffei {prop} :: surname
maffeiano {adj} :: Maffei (attributive)
mafia {f} :: The Mafia (International organized crime organization)
mafia {f} :: mafia (Individual branch)
mafia {f} :: arrogance
mafiologia {f} :: Study of the Mafia
mafiosa {f} :: a female Mafioso, a female member of the Mafia, a female mobster
mafiosamente {adv} :: In a mafia-style way
mafiosità {f} :: mafia-style behaviour or mentality
mafioso {adj} :: of the Mafia, Mafia (attributive), mafia (attributive), Mafioso (attributive)
mafioso {m} :: a Mafioso, a member of the Mafia, a mobster
maga {f} :: magician, sorceress, enchantress, conjurer
maga {f} :: charmer, beguiler
Magadino {prop} :: A small town near Gambarogno in Ticino
magagna {f} :: flaw, imperfection, defect, blemish
magagna {f} :: infirmity, ailment
magari {adv} :: even
magari {adv} :: maybe, perhaps
magari {conj} :: even if
magari {conj} :: if only
magari {interj} [colloquial] :: of course!; you bet!
magari {interj} [colloquial] :: Used to express the speaker's wish that the preceding statement were true; I wish!; if only!; yeah right!
magazzinaggio {m} :: storage, warehousing
magazzinaggio {m} :: The charge for storing something
magazziniere {m} :: storeman, warehouseman
magazzino {m} :: warehouse, store
magazzino {m} :: stock [of goods]
magazzino {m} :: department store
Magdeburgo {prop} :: Magdeburg (city in Germany)
Magellano {prop} :: Magellan
magenta {m} :: magenta (pinkish purple colour)
magenta {adj} :: magenta (being of the magenta colour)
maggengo {adj} :: May (attributive)
maggesante {v} :: present participle of maggesare
maggesare {vt} :: To fallow
maggese {adj} :: pertaining to the month of May
maggese {m} [agriculture] :: A fallow field
Maggia {prop} :: A small town in the Ticino canton of Switzerland
Maggia {prop} :: A river that flows in Switzerland
maggiaiolo {adj} :: of May, May (attribute)
maggiaiuolo {adj} :: Variant of maggiaiolo
maggio {m} :: May (month)
maggio {m} :: bloom; prime (of life)
maggio {adj} :: greater, bigger
maggio {adv} :: more
maggiociondolo {m} :: laburnum
maggiolata {f} [music] :: May song
Maggioli {prop} :: surname
maggiolino {m} :: cockchafer (insect)
maggiolino {m} :: beetle (VW car)
maggior {adj} :: apocopic form of maggiore
maggiorana {f} :: marjoram (plant and herb)
maggiorante {f} :: majorant
maggioranza {f} :: majority, most
maggiorare {v} :: to increase, to raise
maggiorascato {m} [legal] :: majorat
maggiorasco {m} :: primogeniture
maggiorata {f} :: A buxom woman
maggiorazione {f} :: increase
maggiordomo {m} :: butler, majordomo
maggiore {adj} :: bigger, greater
maggiore {adj} :: biggest, greatest
maggiore {adj} :: longer, longest
maggiore {adj} :: larger, largest
maggiore {adj} :: most important
maggiore {adj} :: major
maggiore {adj} :: greater than
maggiore {adj} :: older, oldest
maggiore {adj} :: most of
maggiore {mf} :: oldest, elder
maggiore {mf} :: major (military)
Maggiore {mf} [when applied to a name] :: the Elder
maggiorenne {adj} :: of age
maggiorenne {mf} :: adult (legal)
maggiorenne {mf} :: major
maggiorente {m} :: An important or influential person
maggioria {f} :: superiority
maggiorità {f} [military] :: regimental office
maggioritariamente {adv} :: as a majority; for the most part
maggioritario {adj} :: majority (attributive)
maggiormente {adv} :: more
maggiormente {adv} :: most
maghetto {m} :: gizzard of a chicken
maghetto {m} [in the plural] :: giblets
maghrebino {adj} :: alternative spelling of magrebino
maghrebino {m} :: alternative spelling of magrebino
magia {f} :: magic
magia {f} :: spell, charm, conjuration
magiaro {adj} [chiefly historical] :: Magyar
magiaro {m} :: Magyar
magicamente {adv} :: magically
magico {adj} :: magic
magico {adj} :: enchanting
magio {m} :: mage
magio {m} [in the plural] :: Magi
magione {f} :: abode, dwelling (poetic)
magismo {m} :: magic, occultism
magismo {m} :: Zoroastrianism
magistero {m} :: teaching (of a master)
magistero {m} :: mastery, skill
magistrale {adj} :: masterly
magistrale {adj} :: magistral
magistrale {adj} :: describing institutes for the education of elementary school teachers
magistralità {f} :: magisterialness
magistralmente {adv} :: masterfully
magistrato {m} :: magistrate
magistratura {f} :: magistracy
magistratura {f} :: The Bench
maglia {f} [in knitting] :: stitch
maglia {f} [of a chain] :: link
maglia {f} :: mesh
maglia {f} :: knitting
maglia {f} [fabric] :: jersey, tricot
maglia {f} [clothes] :: vest, undershirt, shirt, cardigan, jersey, pullover
maglia {f} [sports] :: shirt
maglia {f} [cycle racing] :: jersey
maglia gialla {f} [cycling] :: yellow jersey (shirt worn by the leader in the Tour de France)
magliaia {f} :: knitter (female)
magliaia {f} :: seller of knitwear (female)
magliaio {m} :: knitter (person)
magliaio {m} :: seller of knitwear
magliaro {m} :: rag trader
magliaro {m} :: cheat
maglia rosa {f} [cycling] :: pink jersey (shirt worn by the leader in the Giro d'Italia)
maglieria {f} :: knitwear
maglieria {f} :: knitwear shop
maglierista {m} :: knitter (male)
maglierista {f} :: knitter (female)
maglietta {f} [clothing] :: T-shirt / tee-shirt
maglietta {f} [clothing] :: vest, undershirt
maglietta {f} [nautical] :: ring, eye, loop (as in a ship's rigging)
maglietto {m} :: mallet
maglificio {m} :: knitwear factory
maglina {f} :: jersey
maglio {m} :: maul
maglio {m} :: machine hammer
magliolo {m} :: shoot (of a vine)
maglioncino {m} :: light or small sweater, light or small pullover
maglione {m} :: sweater, pullover, jumper
magma {m} :: magma
magma {m} :: jumble
magmatico {adj} [geology] :: magmatic
magmatico {adj} [figuratively, rare] :: jumbled, confused
magmatismo {m} :: magmatism
magnaccia {m} :: pimp, ponce
magnalio {m} :: magnalium
Magnani {prop} :: surname
Magnani {prop} :: Anna Magnani, Italian actress
magnanimamente {adv} :: magnanimously
magnanimità {f} :: magnanimity, generosity
magnanimo {adj} :: magnanimous, generous
magnanina {f} :: Dartford warbler (Sylvia undata)
magnanina sarda {f} :: Marmora's warbler (Sylvia sarda)
magnano {m} :: farrier blacksmith
magnante {v} :: present participle of magnare
magnare {vt} [slang, dialectal, Central and Southern Italy] :: to eat
magnate {m} :: magnate, tycoon, captain of industry
magnatizio {adj} :: magnate (attributive)
magnesia {f} [mineral] :: magnesia
magnesiaco {adj} :: containing magnesium or magnesia; magnesian
magnesiemia {f} [medicine] :: magnesemia
magnesifero {adj} :: magnesian
magnesio {m} [chemistry] :: magnesium
magnesite {f} [mineral] :: magnesite
magnetar {f} [astronomy] :: magnetar
magnete {m} :: magnet
magnete {m} :: magneto
magneticamente {adv} :: magnetically
magnetico {adj} :: magnetic (in both the scientific and figurative senses)
magnetismo {m} :: magnetism
magnetite {f} :: magnetite, loadstone
magnetizzabile {adj} :: magnetizable
magnetizzabilità {f} :: magnetizability
magnetizzante {v} :: present participle of magnetizzare
magnetizzantesi {v} :: present participle of magnetizzarsi
magnetizzare {v} :: to magnetize
magnetizzare {v} :: to hypnotize, mesmerize
magnetizzarsi {vr} :: To become magnetized
magnetizzatore {m} :: magnetizer
magnetizzatore {m} :: hypnotist, mesmerist
magnetizzatosi {v} :: past participle of magnetizzarsi
magnetizzazione {f} :: magnetization
magneto- {prefix} :: magneto-
magnetochimica {f} [chemistry] :: magnetochemistry
magnetochimico {adj} :: magnetochemical
magnetodinamica {f} [physics] :: magnetodynamics
magnetodinamico {adj} :: magnetodynamic
magnetoelasticità {f} [physics] :: magnetoelasticity
magnetoelastico {adj} [physics] :: magnetoelastic
magnetoelettrico {adj} :: magnetoelectric
magnetoencefalografia {f} :: magnetoencephalography
magnetoencefalografico {adj} :: magnetoencephalographic
magnetofisica {f} :: magnetics (science)
magnetofluidodinamica {f} [physics] :: magnetohydrodynamics
magnetofonico {adj} :: tape recorder (attributive)
magnetofonico {adj} :: tape-recorded
magnetofono {m} :: tape recorder
magnetografo {m} :: magnetograph
magnetoidrodinamica {f} [physics] :: magnetohydrodynamics
magnetoidrodinamico {adj} :: magnetohydrodynamic
magnetolettore {m} :: magnetic reader or recorder
magnetolettura {f} :: magnetic recording
magnetomeccanico {adj} :: magnetomechanical; magnetomechanics (attributive)
magnetometria {f} :: magnetometry
magnetometrico {adj} :: magnetometric
magnetometro {m} :: magnetometer
magnetomotore {adj} :: magnetomotive
magnetomotrice {adj} [physics] :: magnetomotive
magnetone {m} :: magneton
magnetoottica {f} :: magnetooptics
magnetoottico {adj} :: magnetooptic
magnetopausa {f} :: magnetopause
magnetoresistenza {f} [physics] :: magnetoresistance
magnetoresistore {m} :: magnetoresistor
magnetoscopia {f} :: magnetic particle inspection
magnetosfera {f} :: magnetosphere
magnetosferico {adj} :: magnetospheric
magnetostatica {f} :: magnetostatics
magnetostatico {adj} :: magnetostatic
magnetostratigrafico {adj} :: magnetostratigraphic
magnetostrittivo {adj} :: magnetostrictive
magnetostrizione {f} :: magnetostriction
magnetoterapia {f} :: magnetotherapy
magnetoterapico {adj} :: magnetotherapeutic
magnetotermico {adj} [physics] :: magnetothermic, magnetocaloric
magnificabile {adj} :: That can be glorified
magnificamente {adv} :: magnificently
magnificante {v} :: present participle of magnificare
magnificare {v} :: to glorify, extol
magnificatore {m} :: praiser, extoller, magnifier
magnificazione {f} :: magnification
magnificente {adj} :: magnificent
magnificentemente {adv} :: magnificently
magnificenza {f} :: magnificence, splendour
magnificenza {f} :: munificence
magnifico {adj} :: magnificent
magnifico {adj} :: marvellous, wonderful
magnifico {adj} :: gorgeous, superb
magnifico {adj} :: generous
magniloquente {adj} :: magniloquent, grandiloquent
magniloquente {adj} :: bombastic
magniloquentemente {adv} :: magniloquently, grandiloquently
magniloquentemente {adv} :: bombastically
magniloquenza {f} :: magniloquence, grandiloquence
magniloquenza {f} :: bombast
magnitudine {f} [astronomy] :: magnitude - of a star
magnitudo {f} :: magnitude - of an earthquake
magno {adj} [archaic, literary] :: great, mighty
magno {vt} [slang, dialectal, Central and Southern Italy] :: first-person singular present of magnare
Magno {n} [when added to a name] :: the Great
magnogreco {adj} :: Magna Graecia (attributive)
magnolia {f} :: magnolia
mago {m} :: magician, wizard
mago {m} :: fortuneteller
mago {m} :: conjurer, juggler
mago {adj} :: magic
magona {f} :: ironworks
magona {f} :: iron industry
magona {f} :: ironmonger
magone {m} [regional, rare] :: gizzard
magone {m} [regional, figuratively] :: grief, unhappiness
Magonza {prop} :: Magonza (city/state capital)
magra {f} :: low water [in a river]
magra {f} :: scarcity [of money, etc.]
Magra {prop} :: A river that flows in Tuscany and Liguria
magramente {adv} :: poorly
magramente {adv} :: meagerly / meagrely
Magreb {prop} :: The Maghreb
magrebina {f} :: feminine of magrebino: Maghrebi [female]
magrebino {adj} :: Maghrebi
magrebino {m} :: Maghrebi [male]
magrebizzazione {f} :: Assimilation to the Maghreb region of Africa
magredo {m} :: A very permeable soil, formed by floods, typical of the Friuli; it has poor vegetation and is sparsely cultivated
magrezza {f} :: thinness, leanness
magrezza {f} :: meagreness / meagerness
magrissimo {adj} :: Very slim, very thin, very skinny, skin and bones
magrissimo {adj} :: Very scant, very poor, very scarce
magrissimo {adj} :: Very lean, very low-fat
magrittiano {adj} :: Magrittean
magro {adj} :: thin, lean, slim, spare
magro {adj} [of food] :: low-fat, lean
magro {adj} :: meagre, poor, scarce
magro {m} :: lean part
magro {m} [of meat] :: lean, lean meat
magrolino {adj} :: thin, skinny
magrone {m} :: fattening pig
mah {interj} :: An expression of doubt or uncertainty
mah {interj} :: An expression of disapproval or resignation
maharatto {m} :: Marathi (language)
mahdismo {m} :: Mahdism
mahdista {mf} :: Mahdist
mai {adv} :: never
mai {adv} :: ever, always
mai {adv} :: Used as an intensifier
maiala {f} [rare] :: sow
maiala {f} [vulgar, pejorative] :: slut, whore (promiscuous woman)
maialata {f} :: boorishness
maialatura {f} :: pork butchery
maiale {m} :: pig
maiale {m} :: pork
maialesco {adj} :: piggish, hoggish, boorish
maialetto {m} :: piglet
maialino {m} :: piglet
maidico {adj} :: maize (attributive)
maidicolo {adj} [agriculture] :: maize-growing
maidicoltura {f} [agriculture] :: maize growing
maidismo {m} :: pellagra
mai e poi mai {adv} :: never ever; never, ever again
maiestatico {adj} :: regal, royal
maieutica {f} [philosophy] :: maieutics, Socratic method
maieutico {adj} :: maieutic, maieutical
mail {f} :: email
mainardiano {adj} :: Relating to Meinhard (any of several Counts of Gorizia / Tyrol)
Mainardo {prop} :: given name
maiolica {f} :: Italian-style tin-glazed earthenware, coated with opaque white enamel and ornamented with brush-painted metallic enamel colours
maiolica {f} :: = majolica
maiolicaio {m} :: Maker or seller of majolica ware
maiolicante {v} :: present participle of maiolicare
maiolicare {v} :: to tile with majolica
maionese {f} :: mayonnaise
Maiorca {prop} :: Majorca
maiorchino {adj} :: Majorcan
maiorchino {m} :: Majorcan
mai più {adv} :: evermore; never again
Maira {prop} :: A river that flows in Piedmont
mais {m} :: maize, corn
maiscoltore {m} :: maize grower or farmer
maiscoltura {f} :: maize growing
maitresse {f} :: keeper (of a brothel)
maiuscola {f} :: capital letter
maiuscola {f} :: upper case
maiuscoletto {m} :: small caps
maiuscolo {adj} :: capital (letters)
maiuscolo {adj} :: upper case
Majorana {prop} :: surname
Majorana {prop} :: Ettore Majorana, Italian physician
makò {m} :: maco (Egyptian cotton)
mal- {prefix} :: bad; badly
mal {m} :: apocopic form of male
mala {f} :: underworld, gangland
malacarne {f} :: bad or rotten meat
malacarne {f} :: scoundrel
Malacarne {prop} :: surname
malacca {f} :: rattan
malaccetto {adj} :: unwelcome
malaccio {m} :: Grave or serious illness
malaccolto {adj} :: unwelcome
malaccortamente {adv} :: unwisely, imprudently
malaccortezza {f} :: unwisdom, imprudence
malaccorto {adj} :: unwise, imprudent
malaccorto {adj} :: ill-advised
Malachia {prop} [Biblical character] :: Malachi
Malachia {prop} :: given name
malachite {f} [mineral] :: malachite
malacia {f} [pathology] :: malacia
malaco- {prefix} [biology] :: Forms terms relating to molluscs
Malacoda {prop} :: A fictional devil in the Divine Comedy
malacofauna {f} [zoology] :: malacofauna
malacologia {f} [zoology] :: malacology
malacologo {m} :: malacologist
malacopia {f} :: first draft, rough draft (of a text)
malacreanza {f} :: rudeness, impoliteness
malafede {f} :: bad faith, or an intent to deceive
malafemmina {f} :: whore
malaffare {m} :: ill repute
malaffare {m} :: ill fame
malaga {f} :: Malaga (grape variety, wine)
malagestione {f} :: poor management
malagevole {adj} :: difficult
malagevolmente {adv} :: difficultly
malagiustizia {f} [legal] :: A wrong committed by a judicial authority against a citizen
malagrazia {f} :: bad grace
malalingua {f} :: backbiter
malalingua {f} :: rumourmonger
malamente {adv} :: dishonestly
malamente {adv} :: badly, wrongly, incorrectly
malamente {adv} :: rudely
malandato {adj} :: ruined, dilapidated
malandato {adj} :: in bad condition, or poor health
malandra {f} :: malanders
malandrinaggio {m} :: highway robbery, brigandage
malandrinata {f} :: A trick or stunt
malandrinata {f} :: bravado
malandrinesco {adj} :: highway robbery (attributive)
malandrinesco {adj} :: rascally
malandrino {adj} :: dishonest, crooked
malandrino {adj} :: mischievous
malandrino {m} :: brigand
malandrino {m} :: rascal, rogue
malanga {f} :: malanga
malanimo {m} :: hostility
malanimo {m} :: malevolence
malanno {m} :: illness, disease
malanno {m} :: misfortune, mishap, mischief
malaparata {f} :: difficult situation
Malaparte {prop} :: surname
Malaparte {prop} :: Curzio Malaparte, Italian writer, journalist and poet
malapena {s} :: Only used in the adverb a malapena
malare {adj} [skeleton] :: malar
malare {m} [skeleton] :: malar, cheekbone
malaria {f} [diseases] :: malaria
malarico {adj} :: Of, relating to, causing or suffering from malaria; malarial
malarico {m} :: A person with this disease
malariologia {f} [medicine] :: Study of malaria
malarioterapia {f} [medicine] :: malariotherapy
malasanità {f} :: medical malpractice
malasorte {f} :: bad luck, hard luck
malassorbimento {m} :: malabsorption
Malatesta {prop} :: surname several members of which family were important in Italian history
malatestiano {adj} :: Malatestan; relating to the historic Malatesta family
malaticcio {adj} :: Sickly, unhealthy, especially of a child
malato {adj} :: ill, sick, unwell, affected, sore
malato {adj} :: (plant) diseased
malato {m} :: patient, sick person, invalid
malattia {f} :: illness, sickness, disease, ailment
malattia da graffio di gatto {f} [diseases] :: cat scratch fever
malattia di Parkinson {f} [diseases] :: Parkinson's disease
malauguratamente {adv} :: unfortunately, regretfully
malaugurato {adj} :: inauspicious
malaugurio {m} :: ill omen
malaugurio {m} :: jinx
malaugurosamente {adv} :: inauspiciously
malauguroso {adj} :: inauspicious
malavita {f} :: underworld, gangland
malavita {f} :: racketeers as a whole
malavitosa {f} :: criminal (female)
malavitoso {adj} :: underworld (attributive)
malavitoso {m} :: criminal
malavoglia {f} :: unwillingness
malavoglia {f} :: reluctance
malavvedutamente {adv} :: imprudently
malavveduto {adj} :: imprudent
malavventuratamente {adv} :: unfortunately, unluckily
malavventurato {adj} :: unlucky, unfortunate
malavventurosamente {adv} :: synonym of malauguratamente
malavventuroso {adj} :: synonym of malaugurato
malavvezzo {adj} :: spoilt (over-indulged)
malavvezzo {adj} :: rude (ill-mannered)
Malawi {prop} :: Malawi
malawiana {f} :: Malawian (female)
malawiano {adj} :: Malawian
malawiano {m} :: Malawian
malaysiano {adj} :: Malaysian
malaysiano {m} :: Malaysian
malbianco {m} :: powdery mildew
malcaduco {m} [obsolete, medicine] :: epilepsy
malcapitato {adj} :: unlucky, unfortunate
malcapitato {m} :: Such a person
malcautamente {adv} :: rashly, unwarily, unwisely
malcauto {adj} :: rash, unwary, unwise
malcelato {adj} :: ill-concealed (sentiments, motives etc)
malcerto {adj} :: uncertain
mal comune mezzo gaudio {phrase} :: shared trouble is a half joy
malconcio {adj} :: battered
malconcio {adj} :: unhealthy
malconsigliato {adj} :: misguided
malconsigliato {adj} :: ill-advised
malcontento {adj} :: discontented
malcontento {m} :: discontent, discontentment, unrest
malcontento {m} :: malcontent - person
malcorrisposto {adj} :: unrequited (not returned)
malcostume {m} :: immorality
malcostume {m} :: corruption
malcostume {m} :: sleaze
malcreanza {f} :: rudeness, impoliteness
mal d'auto {m} :: carsickness
maldefinito {adj} :: ill-defined
maldestramente {adv} :: clumsily, awkwardly, unskillfully
maldestro {adj} :: clumsy, awkward, butterfingered
maldicente {adj} :: slanderous
maldicente {mf} :: slanderer
maldicenza {f} :: slander
maldicenza {f} :: backbiting
maldicenza {f} :: gossip, buzz, chit-chat, claver
mal di denti {m} :: toothache
mal di gola {m} :: sore throat
mal di mare {m} :: sea-sickness
mal di pancia {m} :: bellyache
mal di schiena {m} :: backache
maldisposto {adj} :: ill-disposed
mal di testa {m} :: headache
Maldive {prop} :: Maldives
maldiviana {f} :: Maldivian (female)
maldiviano {adj} :: Maldivian
maldiviano {m} :: Maldivian
maldiviano {prop} :: The Maldivian language
male {adv} :: badly, wrongly
male {m} :: evil, harm
male {m} :: pain, ache, illness, sickness, disease
Malebolge {prop} :: The name of the eighth circle of Hell in the Divine Comedy
Malebranche {prop} :: a group of devils in the Divine Comedy
maledettamente {adv} :: terribly, awfully, wicked
maledettamente {adv} :: a damn sight more, a fuck sight more
maledettamente {adv} :: a hell of a lot
maledettissimo {adj} :: Very horrible, awful
maledetto {adj} :: damned, damn, cursed, blasted
maledetto {adj} :: horrible, awful
maledettosi {v} :: past participle of maledirsi
maledica {f} :: feminine of maledico
maledicamente {adv} :: slanderously
maledicente {v} :: present participle of maledire
maledicentesi {v} :: present participle of maledirsi
maledico {adj} [literary] :: slanderous
maledico {m} :: slanderer
maledir {v} :: apocopic form of maledire
maledire {vt} :: To curse
maledirsi {vr} :: To curse oneself
maledirsi {vr} :: To curse one another
maledizione {f} :: curse, spell, malediction, bane
maleducatamente {adv} :: rudely, impolitely
maleducato {adj} :: ill-bred, ill-mannered, bad-mannered, rude, impolite
maleducato {m} :: Such a person
maleducazione {f} :: rudeness, impoliteness
malefatta {f} :: misdeed, wrongdoing
maleficamente {adv} :: evilly
maleficamente {adv} :: balefully, malignly
maleficenza {f} :: maleficence, wickedness, malignancy
maleficio {m} :: An evil spell, bane, curse
malefico {adj} :: evil, wicked
malefico {adj} :: baleful, malign
malefico {adj} :: dark (forces etc)
malefizio {m} :: alternative form of maleficio
maleico {adj} :: maleic
Malenchini {prop} :: surname
maleodorante {adj} :: malodorous, evil-smelling
maleolente {adj} :: malodorous
malerba {f} :: weed
malese {adj} :: Malay, Malayan
malese {mf} :: Malay, Malayan
malese {m} :: The Malayan language
malese ambonese {m} :: Ambonese (language)
Malesia {prop} :: Malaysia
malesiana {f} :: Malaysian, Malayan (female)
malesiano {adj} :: Malaysian, Malayan
malesiano {m} :: Malaysian, Malayan
malesiano {m} [singular only] :: The Malay language
malessere {m} :: indisposition, malaise
malessere {m} :: unease, uneasiness
malestro {m} :: mischief
malestro {m} :: harm, damage
malevolenza {f} :: malevolence
malevolmente {adv} :: malevolently
malevolo {adj} :: malicious, malevolent, impish
malevolo {adj} :: spiteful
malfacente {v} :: present participle of malfare
malfamato {adj} :: disreputable
malfare {vi} :: To do wrong
malfare {vt} :: To do something wrong or badly
malfare {vt} :: to botch
malfatto {adj} :: Badly made; shoddy
malfatto {adj} :: unshapely
malfatto {m} :: misdeed
malfatto {m} [in the plural] :: Type of gnocchi
malfattore {m} :: wrongdoer, evildoer, malefactor
malfattrice {f} :: (female) wrongdoer, evildoer, malefactor
malfermo {adj} :: faltering, unsteady, shaky
malfermo {adj} :: unstable
malfermo {adj} :: trembling - voice
malfidato {adj} :: distrustful, mistrustful
malfidato {m} :: A distrustful or mistrustful person
malfidente {adj} :: mistrustful, distrustful
malfido {adj} :: unreliable, untrustworthy
malfondato {adj} :: ill-founded
malfondato {adj} :: groundless
malformativo {adj} :: malformed
malformato {adj} :: misshapen
malformato {adj} :: malformed
malformazione {f} :: malformation
malfrancese {m} :: syphilis
malfunzionamento {m} :: malfunction
malfunzionante {adj} :: not working properly, defective, broken
malfunzione {f} :: malfunction
malfusso {adj} :: wretched
malga {f} :: mountain pasture
malga {f} :: alpine building
malgarbo {m} :: rudeness, impoliteness
malgarbo {m} :: slight, insult
malgascia {f} :: Malagasy, Madagascan (female)
malgascio {adj} :: Malagasy, Madagascan
malgascio {m} :: Malagasy, Madagascan
malgascio {prop} :: The Malagasy language
malgovernabile {adj} :: ungovernable
malgovernabile {adj} :: uncontrollable, unruly
malgoverno {m} :: misgovernment, misrule
malgrado {adv} :: despite [oneself, etc.]
malgrado {prep} :: in spite of, despite
malgrado {conj} :: even though, although
Mali {prop} :: Mali
malia {f} :: charm, enchantment
malia {f} :: spell
maliana {f} :: Malian (female)
maliano {adj} :: Malian
maliano {m} :: Malian
maliarda {f} :: sorceress, witch, enchantress
maliardo {adj} :: enchanting, charming
malico {adj} :: malic
malignamente {adv} :: malignly, malignantly
malignante {v} :: present participle of malignare
malignare {v} :: to malign
malignità {f} :: malice, spite, spitefulness
maligno {adj} :: spiteful, malicious
maligno {adj} :: evil, impish, wicked
maligno {adj} [oncology] :: malignant
malignosamente {adv} :: evilly, malignly
malignoso {adj} :: evil, malign
malinconia {f} :: melancholy
malinconicamente {adv} :: melancholically, gloomily
malinconico {adj} :: gloomy, melancholy, melancholic
malinconioso {adj} :: melancholy
malinconioso {adj} :: sad
malinconioso {adj} :: dismal
malincuore {adv} :: grudgingly, reluctantly
malinformato {adj} :: ill-informed
malintenzionatamente {adv} :: ill-intentionedly, evil-mindedly
malintenzionato {adj} :: ill-intentioned, evil-minded
malintenzionato {m} :: prowler, stalker
malinteso {adj} :: misunderstood
malinteso {m} :: misunderstanding, misconstruction, misapprehension
maliosamente {adv} :: enchantingly
malioso {adj} :: enchanting, charming
Malipiero {prop} :: surname
malissimo {adv} :: Superlative of male
malizia {f} :: malice, spite
malizia {f} :: mischievousness
malizia {f} :: trick
maliziosamente {adv} :: mischievously
maliziosamente {adv} :: naughtily
maliziosità {f} :: malice, spite
maliziosità {f} :: mischievousness
maliziosità {f} :: trick
malizioso {adj} :: mischievous
malizioso {adj} :: sleazy
malizioso {adj} :: artful, crafty
malizioso {adj} :: witty
mallardo {m} :: mallard (wild duck)
malleabile {adj} :: malleable
malleabile {adj} :: pliable
malleabile {adj} :: soft
malleabilità {f} :: malleability
malleabilmente {adv} :: malleably
malleabilmente {adv} :: pliably
malleolare {adj} [skeleton] :: malleolar
malleolo {m} [skeleton] :: malleolus
Mallero {prop} :: A small river that flows in Lombardy
mallevadore {m} :: guarantor, sponsor
mallevadoria {f} :: guarantee
mallevadoria {f} :: sponsion
malleveria {f} :: guarantee, surety
mallo {m} :: cupule
mallo {m} [botany] :: husk, hull, shell
mallofago {m} :: chewing louse / biting louse (of suborder Mallophaga)
malloppo {m} :: bundle - of sticks ecc
malloppo {m} :: loot, scratch - stolen
malloppo {m} :: load
malloppo {m} :: dough
malloreddus {n} :: A Sardinian form of gnocchi
malmaritata {adj} :: misallied
malmenante {v} :: present participle of malmenare
malmenare {vt} :: to beat up, batter
malmenare {vt} :: to ill-treat, maltreat, manhandle, maul
malmesso {adj} [of a person] :: In a difficult situation
malmesso {adj} [of a person] :: Badly dressed
malmesso {adj} [of a machine etc] :: In need of repair
malmettente {v} :: present participle of malmettere
malmettere {vt} :: To ruin or spoil something
malmostoso {adj} [northern Italy] :: peevish, cantankerous, surly
malmustoso {adj} :: alternative form of malmostoso
malnato {adj} :: Of low birth
malnato {adj} :: wretched
malnato {adj} :: wicked, evil
malnato {adj} :: ill-bred
malnoto {adj} :: little-known
malnutrito {adj} :: malnourished
malnutrizione {f} :: malnutrition
malo {adj} [archaic] :: bad, evil, wicked
malo {adj} [archaic] :: unfit, incompetent, inadequate
malocchio {m} :: evil eye (curse)
malocchio {m} :: spell (curse)
malonico {adj} :: malonic
malora {f} :: ruin
malore {m} :: a sudden, unexpected illness; fainting fit
malpagato {adj} :: poorly paid
malparlante {adj} :: That speaks badly or incorrectly
malpartito {m} :: A tight situation
malpensante {adj} :: Badly thought of
Malpighi {prop} :: surname
Malpighi {prop} :: Marcello Malpighi, Italian doctor
malpreparato {adj} :: ill-prepared
malproprio {adj} :: unsuitable
malproprio {adj} :: inappropriate, incorrect
malridotto {adj} :: shabby, tatty
malridotto {adj} :: beat-up
malriuscito {adj} :: unsuccessful
malriuscito {adj} :: botched
malsano {adj} :: unhealthy, unwholesome
malsano {adj} :: insalubrious
malservito {adj} :: Badly run (public services etc)
malsicuro {adj} :: unsafe
malsicuro {adj} :: faltering (walk)
malsicuro {adj} :: unreliable (evidence ecc.)
malsoddisfatto {adj} :: dissatisfied (with)
malta {f} :: mortar (mixture of lime or cement, sand, and water)
Malta {prop} :: Malta
maltaggio {m} :: malting
maltagliati {n} :: A form of pasta that has been cut into irregular shapes
maltante {v} :: present participle of maltare
maltare {v} :: To malt (sprout a cereal)
maltasi {f} [enzyme] :: maltase
maltato {adj} :: malted
maltatore {m} :: maltster
maltazione {f} :: malting
maltempo {m} :: Bad weather
maltenuto {adj} :: unkempt
maltenuto {adj} :: unkept (not maintained)
malteria {f} :: malthouse
maltese {adj} :: Maltese
maltese {mf} :: Maltese
maltese {m} :: The Maltese language (singular only)
maltese {m} :: A Maltese coin from the 18th century
maltese {m} :: A Maltese breed of dog
malthusianismo {m} :: alternative form of maltusianismo
malthusiano {adj} :: alternative form of maltusiano
maltificazione {f} :: malting (process)
maltina {f} [enzyme] :: diastase
maltinto {adj} :: Badly coloured or dyed
maltinto {adj} :: dun (horse)
maltitolo {m} [carbohydrate] :: maltitol
malto {m} :: malt
maltollerabile {adj} :: hardly bearable, hardly tolerable
maltollerante {adj} :: impatient, intolerant
maltolto {m} :: loot
maltolto {m} [chiefly in the plural] :: ill-gotten gains
maltosio {m} [carbohydrate] :: maltose
maltotrioso {m} [carbohydrate] :: maltotriose
maltrattamento {m} :: ill treatment, mistreatment
maltrattante {v} :: present participle of maltrattare
maltrattare {vt} :: to ill-treat, mistreat, manhandle
maltrattare {vt} :: to misuse
maltrattare {vt} :: to misinterpret
maltusianismo {m} :: Malthusianism
maltusiano {adj} :: Malthusian
maltusiano {m} :: Malthusian
maluccio {adv} :: poorly
maluccio {adv} :: rather badly
malumore {m} :: bad temper
malumore {m} :: disagreement, unrest, friction
malva {f} :: mallow (plant)
malva {m} :: mauve
malva {adj} :: mauve
malvacea {f} [botany] :: malvaceous plant
malvaceo {adj} [botany] :: malvaceous
malvagiamente {adv} :: wickedly
malvagio {adj} :: wicked, malign
malvagio {adj} :: malicious
malvagio {adj} :: bad
malvagio {m} :: A wicked person
malvagità {f} :: wickedness, malignancy
malvarosa {f} :: hollyhock
malvasia {f} {m} [usually uncountable] :: malvasia (grapevine)
malvasia {f} {m} [usually uncountable] :: malmsey (wine)
malvedente {v} :: present participle of malvedere
malvedere {vt} :: [obsolete] To cast an evil eye on
malveggente {v} :: present participle of malvedere
malversante {v} :: present participle of malversare
malversare {vt} :: To embezzle
malversatore {m} :: embezzler
malversazione {f} :: embezzlement
malversazione {f} :: misappropriation
malvestito {adj} :: Poorly dressed; shabby
malvezzo {m} :: vice (bad habit)
Malvina {prop} :: given name
malvissuto {adj} :: dissolute
malvisto {adj} :: unpopular
malvivente {adj} :: criminal
malvivente {mf} :: criminal
malvivenza {f} :: criminals
malvolente {v} :: present participle of malvolere
malvolentieri {adv} :: unwillingly, petulantly, grudgingly
malvolere {vt} :: To hate or dislike
malvolere {m} :: indolence
malvolere {m} :: malevolence
malvolontieri {adv} :: unwillingly, grudgingly
malvone {m} :: hollyhock
malware {m} [computing] :: malware (software developed to harm a computer system)
mambo {m} :: mambo (dance and music)
mamelucco {m} :: Variant of mammalucco
mamelucco {m} :: mamluk / mameluke
mamertino {adj} :: Mamertine
Mamiliano {prop} :: given name
mamillare {adj} :: Variant of mammillare
mamma {f} :: mom [US], mommy [US], mum [UK], mummy [UK]
mamma {f} :: mother
mammà {f} :: mommy, mum, mummy
mammalogia {f} [zoology] :: mammalogy
mammalogo {m} :: mammalogist
mammalucco {m} :: mameluke
mammalucco {m} :: fool
mamma mia {interj} :: my goodness!, goodness me!
mammana {f} :: midwife
mammario {adj} [anatomy] :: mammary
mammasantissima {m} :: Any person in an important position in an organization, but especially in the Sicilian Mafia or the Neapolitan Camorra
mammella {f} :: breast (human)
mammella {f} :: udder, dug (animal)
mammellare {adj} :: Variant of mammillare
mammellonare {adj} :: mammillary
mammellonato {adj} :: mamillated, mammillated
mammellone {m} :: mamelon
mammifero {m} :: mammal
mammifero {adj} :: mammalian
mammillare {adj} :: mammillary
mammina {f} :: Young mother
mammina {f} :: mummy or mommy (UK or US)
mammismo {m} :: momism
mammo {m} [colloquial] :: A man who has the role of a mother
mammografia {f} [medicine] :: mammography
mammografico {adj} :: mammographic
mammogramma {m} :: mammogram
mammola {adj} :: violet
mammola {f} :: violet
mammoletta {mf} :: coward
mammoletta {mf} :: weakling
Mammolo {prop} :: Bashful (Disney character)
mammologia {f} :: mammology, mammalogy
Mammona {prop} :: Mammon
mammone {m} :: mummy's boy, mother's boy
mammoplastica {f} [surgery] :: mammaplasty, mammoplasty
mammut {m} :: mammoth
Mamoiada {prop} :: A small town in the Nuoro province of Sardinia
manachino {m} :: manakin
Manacorda {prop} :: surname
management {m} [management] :: management
manager {m} [sports, business] :: manager
manageriale {adj} :: managerial
managerialità {f} :: managerial skills
managerialità {f} :: managers
manaiuola {f} :: hatchet
manale {m} :: half glove
Manasse {prop} [Biblical character] :: Manasseh
Manasse {prop} :: given name
manata {f} :: slap
manata {f} :: handful, fistful
manato {m} :: manatee
manca {f} :: left hand
manca {f} :: left (direction)
mancamento {m} :: faint, faintness, swoon
mancante {v} :: present participle of mancare
mancante {adj} :: lacking
mancante {adj} :: incomplete
mancanza {f} :: lack, shortage, deficiency, want
mancanza {f} :: absence
mancanza {f} :: fault, mistake, slip
mancanza {f} :: defect, failing
mancare {vi} :: to lack
mancare {vi} :: to be lacking
mancare {vi} :: to be missing, absent
mancare {vi} :: to fail
mancare {vi} [of a person, mancare qualcuno] :: to miss someone
mancare {vt} :: to miss
mancare l'obiettivo {v} :: to fail
mancare l'obiettivo {vi} :: To be unsuccessful
mancare l'obiettivo {vt} :: Not to achieve a particular stated goal
mancargli qualche rotella {v} :: a few sandwiches short of a picnic
mancargli qualche rotella {v} [idiomatic] :: Exhibiting disquiet or unsoundness of mind; not sane; mad
mancargli qualche rotella {v} :: one card shy of a full deck
mancargli qualche rotella {v} [idiomatic] :: mentally deranged; demented; insane
mancargli qualche rotella {v} :: to be mad / crazy / insane
mancato {adj} :: missed
mancato {adj} :: lost, wasted
mancato {adj} :: failed
mancato {adj} :: abortive, unsuccessful
mancese {m} :: Manchu (language)
mancese {m} :: Manchurian (person)
mancese {adj} :: Manchurian
manche {f} :: heat (sports)
manche {f} :: hand, round (of cards)
manchevole {adj} :: inadequate, insufficient
manchevolezza {f} :: defectiveness
manchevolezza {f} :: defect, imperfection
manchevolezza {f} :: discourtesy
manchevolmente {adv} :: inadequately, insufficiently
mancia {f} :: tip (in a restaurant, etc.)
manciata {f} :: handful
mancina {f} :: left hand
mancina {f} :: left-handed person (female)
mancinella {f} :: manchineel
Mancini {prop} :: surname
mancinismo {m} :: left-handedness
mancinista {mf} :: A left-handed person
mancino {adj} :: left-handed
mancino {m} :: left-hander
manciù {adj} :: Manchu
manciù {mf} :: Manchu (person)
manciù {m} :: Manchu (language)
Manciuria {prop} :: Manchuria
manciuriano {adj} :: Manchurian
manciuriano {m} :: Manchurian
manco {adj} [archaic, literary] :: faulty, imperfect, maimed, missing something
manco {adj} :: left
manco {adv} :: not even
mancolista {f} :: A list of things missing from a collection; a want list
mancorrente {m} :: handrail
mandaico {adj} :: Mandaean, Mandean
mandamentale {adj} :: Pertaining to a mandamento
mandamento {m} :: A former type of Italian administrative district
mandante {v} :: present participle of mandare
mandante {mf} :: instigator (of a crime)
mandante {mf} :: principal (leader of a group being tried)
mandantesi {v} :: present participle of mandarsi
mandarancio {m} :: clementine (fruit)
mandare {vt} :: to send, forward, dispatch, transmit
mandare {vt} :: to throw, cast
mandare {vt} :: to drive
mandare {vt} :: to send out, emit, utter
mandare a monte {v} [idiomatic] :: to mess up, to ruin
mandare giù {v} :: to swallow
mandare giù {v} :: to gulp down
mandare giù {v} :: to accept
mandare in brodo di giuggiole {v} :: to make happy, brighten, cheer, enliven
mandare in onda {v} :: to air, broadcast
mandare in solluchero {vt} :: To send into raptures
mandare in solluchero {vt} :: to enrapture, entrance, delight
mandare via {v} :: to dismiss
mandarina {f} :: mandarin, mandarin duck
mandarinato {m} :: mandarinate
mandarinesco {adj} :: mandarin (attributive)
mandarinetto {m} :: mandarin-flavoured liqueur
mandarinismo {m} :: mandarinism
mandarino {adj} :: mandarin (in color/colour)
mandarino {m} :: mandarin orange, mandarin (fruit and tree)
mandarino {m} :: mandarin (color)
mandarino {adj} :: Mandarin, Chinese
mandarino {m} :: mandarin (bureaucrat of the Chinese Empire)
mandarino {m} [by extension] :: mandarin (pedantic or elitist bureaucrat)
mandarino {m} :: Mandarin (language)
mandarsi {v} :: reflexive of mandare
mandarsi {v} :: to send oneself
mandata {f} :: consignment
mandata {f} :: turn (of a lock)
mandata {f} :: run
mandatario {m} :: agent
mandatario {m} :: proxy
mandato {m} :: mandate, charge, commission, task
mandato {m} [legal, trade] :: warrant, order, writ, summons
mandatorio {adj} :: mandatory
mandatosi {v} :: past participle of mandarsi
mandeismo {m} :: Mandaeism, Mandaeanism
mandelico {adj} :: mandelic
mandeo {adj} :: Mandaean, Mandean
mandibola {f} [skeleton] :: jaw, jawbone, mandible
mandibolare {adj} :: mandibular
mandibulotomia {f} [surgery] :: mandibulotomy
mandingo {m} :: Mandinka
mandingo {m} :: Mandingo
mandinko {adj} :: Mandinka
mandola {f} [musical instruments] :: mandola
mandolinata {f} [music] :: A composition for mandolin
mandolinista {m} :: mandolinist (male)
mandolinista {f} :: mandolinist (female)
mandolino {m} :: mandolin
mandoloncello {m} [musical instruments] :: mandocello
mandorla {f} :: almond (fruit/nut)
mandorlato {adj} :: almonds (attributive - but mainly referring to food made with almonds)
mandorlato {m} :: Almond cake
mandorleto {m} :: almond grove
mandorlo {m} :: almond (tree)
mandra {f} :: herd (Variant of: mandria)
mandracchio {m} [nautical] :: creek (dock for small boats)
mandragola {f} :: mandrake, mandragora
mandragora {f} :: mandrake
mandria {f} :: herd, drove
mandriana {f} :: cowgirl
mandriano {m} :: cowboy, herdsman, cowhand
mandriano {m} :: drover
mandriano {m} :: buttero
mandrillo {m} :: mandrill
mandrillo {m} [colloquial] :: lecher
mandrinante {v} :: present participle of mandrinare
mandrinare {vt} :: To expand (tubes etc)
mandrinatura {f} :: expanding
mandrino {m} :: mandrel
mandrino {m} :: chuck (e.g. of a drill)
mandritta {f} :: The right hand (or the right side of anything else)
mandritto {m} :: hook (boxing, especially from right to left)
mandritto {m} :: cuff, slap
manducante {v} :: present participle of manducare
manducare {vt} [obsolete] :: to eat
Manduria {prop} :: A town in the Taranto province of Puglia
manduriano {adj} :: Mandurian
-mane {suffix} :: -mane, -maniac; Used to form adjectives and nouns describing sufferers of a mania
maneggevole {adj} :: easy to handle; manageable, wieldy
maneggevolezza {f} :: manageability
maneggevolezza {f} :: handleability
maneggiabile {adj} :: handy
maneggiabile {adj} :: manageable
maneggiabilità {f} :: manageability, handiness
maneggiamento {m} :: plot, intrigue
maneggiante {v} :: present participle of maneggiare
maneggiar {v} :: apocopic form of maneggiare
maneggiare {vt} :: to handle
maneggiatore {m} :: handler, wielder, manager
maneggio {m} :: riding school
maneggio {m} :: ring, rink
maneggio {m} :: management, handling
maneggio {m} :: scheme, ploy
maneggione {m} :: manoeuvrer, wangler, wirepuller
manescamente {adv} :: aggressively
manesco {adj} :: aggressive (liable to hit people)
manetta {f} [in the plural] :: handcuffs
manetta {f} :: wristlet
manetta {f} :: lever, handle, throttle
manfanile {m} :: swipple
manfano {m} :: bung-hole
manfano {m} :: swipple
manfano {m} [regional] :: virile member
manforte {f} :: aid, help, assistance
Manfredi {prop} :: Manfred
Manfredo {prop} :: given name, equivalent to Manfred
Manfredonia {prop} :: a town in the province of Foggia in Apulia in Italy
manfredoniane {adj} :: Of or from Manfredonia
manfredoniane {mf} :: A native or inhabitant of Manfredonia
manfrina {f} :: playacting
manga {m} [manga] :: manga
manganante {v} :: present participle of manganare
manganare {vt} :: To mangle
manganato {m} [inorganic chemistry] :: manganate
manganatore {m} :: mangler (male)
manganatrice {f} :: mangler (female)
manganatura {f} :: mangling
manganellante {v} :: present participle of manganellare
manganellare {vt} :: To beat with a truncheon, baton or similar stick
manganellata {f} :: A blow from a truncheon, baton or similar stick
manganello {m} :: truncheon, baton, cosh
manganese {m} [chemistry] :: manganese
manganesifero {adj} :: manganiferous
manganico {adj} :: manganic
manganina {f} :: manganin
manganite {f} :: manganite
mangano {m} :: mangle
mangano {m} :: pressing machine (in a laundry); calender
mangano {m} [obsolete] :: An ancient military catapult
manganoso {adj} :: manganous
mangereccio {adj} :: edible, eatable
mangeria {f} :: graft (illegal profits)
mangeria {f} :: bribery
manghina {f} :: ditch
mangiabambini {m} :: bogeyman
mangiabile {adj} :: edible, eatable
mangiacarte {m} :: pettifogger
mangiacristiani {m} :: bully
mangiadischi {m} :: record player (portable)
mangia-e-bevi {m} :: An ice cream with fruit and a liqueur
mangiafagioli {m} :: bean-eater
mangiafagioli {m} [colloquial] :: Tuscan (person from Tuscany)
mangiafumo {m} :: air-purifying candle
mangiafuoco {m} :: fire eater
mangiamoccoli {m} :: (religious) bigot
mangianastri {m} :: cassette player
mangiante {v} :: present participle of mangiare
mangiantesi {v} :: present participle of mangiarsi
mangiapane {mf} :: sponger, freeloader
mangiapatate {mf} :: potato-eater
mangiapatate {mf} [derogatory] :: idler (worthless person)
mangiapatate {mf} [offensive, ethnic slur] :: Kraut, Fritz (a German)
mangiapatate {adj} [offensive, ethnic slur] :: Kraut (German)
mangiapolenta {mf} :: polenta-eater
mangiapolenta {mf} [derogatory, Central Italy and Southern Italy] :: northerner (person from northern Italy)
mangiapreti {mf} :: A fiercely anticlerical person
mangiar {v} :: apocopic form of mangiare
mangiarane {mf} [offensive, ethnic slur] :: frog, Frenchy (a French person)
mangiare {vt} :: to eat
mangiare {vt} :: to consume
mangiare {vi} :: to tuck in, to start to eat
mangiare {m} :: eating
mangiare {m} :: food, scoff
mangiare a crepapancia {v} :: to eat until about to burst
mangiare la foglia {v} :: to get wise
mangiare la foglia {v} :: to smell a rat
mangiare la polvere {v} :: to quit
mangiare la polvere {v} :: to fail
mangiarino {m} :: delicacy, dainty
mangiarsi {v} :: reflexive of mangiare
mangiarsi {v} :: to squander
mangiarsi il fegato {v} :: to fret and fume
mangiasoldi {adj} :: slot machine (attributive)
mangiata {f} :: feed, nosh
mangiato {adj} :: eaten
mangiatoia {f} :: manger
mangiatore {m} [chiefly in combination] :: eater
mangiatoria {f} :: bribery, graft
mangiatosi {v} :: past participle of mangiarsi
mangiatrice {f} [chiefly in combination] :: eater (female)
mangiauomini {f} :: man-eater, femme fatale
mangime {m} :: animal feed, fodder
mangime {m} :: birdseed
mangimificio {m} :: animal feed factory
mangimistica {f} :: The production of animal feed
mangimistico {adj} :: animal feed (attributive)
mangiona {f} :: big eater (female)
mangione {m} :: big eater; one who eats a lot
mangione {m} :: cormorant
mangiucchiante {v} :: present participle of mangiucchiare
mangiucchiare {v} :: to nibble
mango {m} :: mango
mangostano {m} :: mangosteen
mangrova {f} :: alternative form of mangrovia
mangrovia {f} :: mangrove
mangrovieto {m} :: mangrove swamp / forest
mangue {m} :: mangrove
mangusta {f} :: mongoose
-mania {suffix} :: -mania; Used to form feminine nouns describing forms of mania or addiction
mania {f} :: mania
mania {f} :: habit (if strange)
mania {f} :: quirk
mania {f} :: bug
maniacale {adj} :: maniacal, maniac
maniacalità {f} :: maniacality, mania
maniacalmente {adv} :: maniacally
maniaco {adj} :: maniac, maniacal
maniaco {adj} :: crazy, mad
maniaco {adj} :: erotomanic
maniaco {m} :: maniac
maniaco {m} :: geek
maniaco-depressivo {adj} :: manic-depressive
maniato {adj} :: resembling
maniato {adj} :: duplicate
maniato {adj} :: To be like or similar to (something); to represent as similar
maniato {adj} :: similar
manica {f} :: sleeve, shirtsleeve
manica {f} [heraldiccharge] :: maunch
manica {f} [figuratively] :: gang, pack
Manica {prop} :: the Channel, the English Channel
manicaretto {m} :: delicacy, dainty (to eat)
manicato {adj} :: Having a handle
manicheismo {m} :: Manichaeism
manicheo {adj} :: Manichaean
manicheo {m} :: Manichaean
manichetta {f} :: oversleeve
manichetta {f} :: hose (for water etc.)
manichino {m} :: dummy, mannequin, mannikin
manico {m} :: handle
manico {m} :: shaft
manico {m} :: neck (of a violin etc)
manicomiale {adj} :: mental hospital (attributive)
manicomio {m} :: lunatic asylum
manicomio {m} :: madhouse (all senses)
manicotto {m} :: muff
manicotto {m} :: sleeve (in moving parts of a machine)
manicotto {m} [chiefly in the plural] :: large tubes of pasta with a savoury filling baked in the oven
manicure {f} :: manicure
manicure {f} :: manicurist
manicurista {m} :: manicurist (male)
manicurista {f} :: manicurist (female)
manide {f} :: Manide
maniera {f} :: manner, way
maniera {f} :: style
maniera {f} [in the plural] :: manners
manieratamente {adv} :: affectedly
manierato {adj} :: mannered, affected
manierismo {m} :: Mannerism
manierista {m} :: Mannerist (male)
manierista {f} :: Mannerist (female)
manieristicamente {adv} :: Manneristically
manieristico {adj} [arts] :: Manneristic
maniero {m} :: manor
manieroso {adj} :: genteel
manieroso {adj} :: affected
manifattura {f} :: manufacture
manifattura {f} :: factory, plant
manifatturante {v} :: present participle of manifatturare
manifatturare {v} :: To manufacture
manifatturiere {m} :: factory owner or worker
manifatturiero {adj} :: manufacturing
manifestabile {adj} :: manifestable
manifestamente {adv} :: obviously; self-evidently; manifestly
manifestante {mf} :: demonstrator
manifestantesi {v} :: present participle of manifestarsi
manifestare {vt} :: to manifest, to show, to display, to reveal, to disclose, to express, to evince
manifestarsi {vr} :: To appear, to show
manifestarsi {vr} :: To manifest itself
manifestatosi {v} :: past participle of manifestarsi
manifestazione {f} :: expression (of opinion etc)
manifestazione {f} :: demonstration (all senses)
manifestazione {f} :: manifestation
manifestazione {f} :: event
manifestino {m} :: leaflet
manifesto {adj} :: manifest, apparent, evident, obvious
manifesto {m} :: manifesto
manifesto {m} :: poster, placard, bill, notice
manifesto {m} [theater] :: playbill, programme, program
manifesto {m} [nautical] :: manifest
maniglia {f} :: handle (on a door etc)
maniglia {f} [furniture] :: bail (drawer pull)
maniglia {f} :: strap (on a vehicle, to hold onto)
maniglia {f} :: shackle
maniglia dell'amore {f} :: love handle, spare tyre
maniglia di venere {f} :: alternative form of maniglia dell'amore
maniglione {m} :: clevis
maniglione {m} :: shackle
manigoldo {m} :: rascal, rogue, scamp
Manila {prop} :: Manila
manimettente {v} :: present participle of manimettere
manimettere {vt} :: Variant of manomettere
manina {f} :: Small or delicate hand
manina {f} :: Child's hand
manina {f} :: backscratcher
manina {f} :: Typographical index mark in the form of a hand
manioca {f} :: manioc, cassava
manipolabile {adj} :: That can be altered or influenced
manipolabile {adj} :: Susceptible to manipulation
manipolante {v} :: present participle of manipolare
manipolare {vt} :: to manipulate, handle, tamper, set up
manipolare {vt} :: to work, fashion
manipolare {vt} :: to rig [an election, etc.]
manipolativo {adj} :: manipulative
manipolatore {m} :: manipulator
manipolatorio {adj} :: manipulatory
manipolatrice {f} :: manipulator (female)
manipolazione {f} :: manipulation
manipolazione {f} :: rigging (of an election etc)
manipolo {m} :: handful (especially a small group of soldiers)
manipolo {m} :: maniple
Mani pulite {prop} :: The judicial investigation into Italian state corruption in the 1990s
maniscalco {m} :: blacksmith, farrier
manismo {m} :: manism
manista {mf} :: manist
manitù {m} :: manitou
manleva {f} [legal] :: bail bond
manlevante {v} :: present participle of manlevare
manlevare {vt} :: to guarantee
manlevare {vt} :: to indemnify
Manlio {prop} :: given name
man mano {adv} :: apocopic form of a mano a mano
man mano che {adv} :: as; while
manna {f} :: manna (all senses)
mannaggia {interj} [colloquial, non-vulgar] :: damn!, dang!
mannaia {f} :: ax / axe
mannaia {f} :: cleaver
mannaia {f} [weaponry] :: poleax / poleaxe
mannaia {f} :: blade of a guillotine
mannano {m} [carbohydrate] :: mannan
mannaro {adj} :: Used with animal names to indicate a person who changes shape into that animal; were-
mannella {f} :: bundle
mannello {m} :: bundle, sheaf
mannese {adj} :: Manx
mannese {m} :: Manx (language)
manneto {m} :: manna ash wood, manna ash plantation
mannite {f} :: mannite
mannitolo {m} :: mannitol
Manno {prop} :: given name
Mannoia {prop} :: surname
Mannoia {prop} :: Fiorella Mannoia, Italian singer
mannopiranosio {m} [carbohydrate] :: mannopyranose
mannosidasi {f} [enzyme] :: mannosidase
mannosidosi {f} [pathology] :: mannosidosis
mannosio {m} :: mannose
Mannu {prop} :: The name of two rivers that flow in Sardinia
mano {f} [anatomy] :: hand
mano {f} :: band, company (Boccaccio; v. manus)
mano {f} :: round
mano di pastafrolla {f} :: butterfingers
manodopera {f} :: manpower
manodopera {f} :: labour
Manolesso {prop} :: surname
Manolo {prop} :: given name
manometrico {adj} :: manometric
manometro {m} :: manometer
manomettente {v} :: present participle of manomettere
manomettere {vt} :: to tamper with
manomettere {vt} :: to open [a letter without permission]
manomettere {vt} :: to force [a lock]
manomettere {vt} :: to break (open a safe)
manomissione {f} :: tampering (with)
manomissione {f} :: damaging
manomissione {f} :: falsification, alteration
manomissione {f} :: violation
manomissione {f} :: manumission
manomorta {f} [legal] :: mortmain
manomorta {f} :: dead hand
manona {f} :: A big hand
mano nella mano {adv} :: hand in hand
manonera {n} :: alternative form of Mano Nera
Mano Nera {prop} :: Black Hand (extortionist organization)
manopola {f} :: knob (that twists), dial
manopola {f} :: grip, twist grip
manopola {f} :: mitt, mitten, muffle
manopola {f} :: gauntlet
manopola {f} :: cuff
manoscritto {adj} :: handwritten
manoscritto {m} :: manuscript
manoscrivere {vt} [rare] :: to handwrite
manovalanza {f} :: manual or unskilled workers, considered as a category
manovale {m} :: manual or unskilled worker; labourer
manovella {f} :: handle
manovella {f} :: crank
manovellismo {m} :: crank gear
mano vincente {f} :: winning hand (The set of cards that beats all others in a card game)
manovra {f} :: manoeuvre
manovra {f} [rail] :: shunting
manovra {f} [in the plural, nautical] :: rigging (of a ship)
manovra {f} [politics] :: ellipsis of manovra fiscale; fiscal measure (part of the budget)
manovrabile {adj} :: manoeuvrable; maneuverable
manovrabile {adj} :: malleable, pliable (person)
manovrabilità {f} :: manoeuvrability / maneuverability
manovrante {v} :: present participle of manovrare
manovrare {vt} :: To maneuver
manovrare {vt} :: To operate
manovrare {vt} [figuratively] :: To manipulate
manovratore {m} :: driver or operator of a crane, tram or shunting engine
manovratore {m} :: manoeuvrer / maneuverer
manrivescio {m} :: alternative form of manrovescio
manrovescio {m} :: backhander (blow with the back of the hand)
manrovescio {m} [fencing] :: backhand (stroke)
mansarda {f} :: mansard
mansarda {f} :: attic, penthouse
mansardato {adj} :: mansard (attributive)
mansi {n} :: plural of manso
mansionario {m} :: job description
mansione {f} :: duty, task
mansione {f} :: job, office
manso {adj} [literary, regional] :: meek, tame
manso {m} [historical] :: An amount of land (usually 12 jugerums) considered cultivable yearly by using two oxen or a single plough
mansuefacente {v} :: present participle of mansuefare
mansuefacentesi {v} :: present participle of mansuefarsi
mansuefare {vt} :: to domesticate an animal
mansuefare {vt} :: to break a wild horse
mansuefarsi {v} :: reflexive of mansuefare
mansuefarsi {v} :: to be domesticated [of an animal]
mansuefarsi {v} :: to become calm, mild [of a person]
mansuefattosi {v} :: past participle of mansuefarsi
mansuetamente {adv} :: tamely
mansuetamente {adv} :: gently, docilely
mansueto {adj} :: tame (animal)
mansueto {adj} :: gentle, docile (person)
Mansueto {prop} :: given name
mansuetudine {f} :: meekness, docility, gentleness, mansuetude
-mante {suffix} :: -mancer
manteca {f} :: pomade, brilliantine
manteca {f} :: paste
mantecante {v} :: present participle of mantecare
mantecare {vt} :: to whip or whisk
mantecato {adj} :: whipped, whisked
Mantegazza {prop} :: surname
Mantegazza {prop} :: A village near Vanzago in Lombardy
Mantegna {prop} :: surname
Mantegna {prop} :: Andrea Mantegna, Italian painter
mantella {f} :: cloak, mantel, cape, hood (a covering draped over the upper part)
mantellata {f} :: mattress (retaining wall)
mantellata {f} :: Mantellate (Dominican nun)
mantelletta {f} :: mantlet
mantelletta {f} :: mantelletta
mantelletto {m} :: mantelet
mantellico {adj} [geology] :: mantellic
mantellina {f} :: mantelet, cape, capote, bedjacket
mantello {m} :: cloak
mantello {m} :: coat (of an animal)
mantello {m} :: blanket, mantle (of snow)
mantello {m} :: casing, shell
mantello {m} :: pavement
mantello {m} [geology] :: mantle (earth's mantle)
mantenente {v} :: present participle of mantenere
mantenentesi {v} :: present participle of mantenersi
mantenere {v} :: to keep, stand by, maintain, support, uphold
mantenere {v} :: to hold, defend
mantenere {v} :: to uphold
mantenersi {v} :: reflexive of mantenere
mantenersi {vr} :: to stay, keep, remain
mantenibile {adj} :: keepable
mantenimento {m} :: maintenance (all senses)
mantenuta {f} :: kept woman
mantenutasi {v} :: past participle of mantenersi
mantenuto {m} :: gigolo
mantenutosi {v} :: past participle of mantenersi
mantica {f} :: divination
mantice {m} :: bellows - of a furnace or an organ
mantice {m} :: vestibule
mantice {m} :: calash
mantico {adj} :: mantic
mantide {f} :: mantis
mantide religiosa {f} :: praying mantis
mantiglia {f} :: mantilla
mantissa {f} :: mantissa (parte decimale del logaritmo)
manto {m} :: mantel, cloak
manto {m} :: layer, surface, blanket, carpet
manto {m} :: pavement
Manto {prop} [Greek mythology] :: Manto
manto stradale {m} :: pavement (road surface)
Mantova {prop} :: Mantua
mantovana {f} :: Mantuan - female
mantovana {f} :: barge board
mantovana {f} :: pelmet, valence
mantovana {f} :: type of almond cake
mantovano {adj} :: Mantuan
mantovano {m} :: Mantuan - male
Mantüa {prop} :: medieval spelling of Mantova
manuale {adj} :: manual
manuale {m} :: manual, handbook
manualetto {m} :: diminutive of manuale
manualetto {m} :: Short manual, short textbook
manualista {mf} :: writer of handbooks
manualistica {f} :: manuals, handbooks (collectively)
manualistico {adj} :: manual or handbook - attributive
manualità {f} :: manual ability, manual skill
manualizzante {v} :: present participle of manualizzare
manualizzare {vt} :: To make manual
manualmente {adv} :: manually, by hand, on hand, to hand
manubriato {adj} :: containing a handle
manubrio {m} :: handlebars
manubrio {m} :: dumbbell
manubrio {m} :: bolt (handle, of a rifle etc)
manubrio {m} [anatomy, zoology] :: manubrium
manuelino {adj} :: Manueline
manufatto {m} :: manufactured item
manufatturiero {adj} :: manufacturing (attributive)
manumea {f} :: manumea
Manunta {prop} :: surname probably originating in the Mediterranean island of Sardinia
manutenente {v} :: present participle of manutenere
manutenere {vt} :: to maintain (something) in good repair; to upkeep
manutengolo {m} :: accomplice
manutengolo {m} :: go-between, procurer
manutenibilità {f} :: maintainability
manutentivo {adj} :: maintenance, servicing (attributive)
manutentore {m} :: maintenance man
manutentore {m} :: service engineer
manutentorio {adj} :: maintenance (attributive)
manutenzione {f} :: maintenance
manutenzione {f} :: upkeep
manutenzione {f} :: servicing
manutergio {m} :: manuterge
-manzia {suffix} :: -mancy
manzo {m} :: ox, steer
manzo {m} :: beef
Manzoni {prop} :: surname
Manzoni {prop} [masculine only] :: Alessandro Manzoni (1785–1873), Italian poet and novelist
manzoniana {f} :: feminine noun of manzoniano
manzoniano {adj} [literature] :: Manzonian (of or in the style of Alessandro Manzoni)
manzoniano {m} [literature] :: Manzonian (follower or imitator of Alessandro Manzoni)
maoismo {m} :: Maoism
maoista {adj} :: Maoist
maoista {m} :: Maoist - male
maoista {f} :: Maoist - female
maoistico {adj} :: Maoist
maomettano {adj} :: Mohammedan: Muslim
maomettano {m} :: Mohammedan: Muslim
maomettismo {m} :: Mohammedanism: Islam
Maometto {prop} :: Mohammed
Mäometto {prop} :: medieval spelling of Maometto
Maon {prop} :: Maun (island of Croatia)
maona {f} [nautical] :: barge, lighter, mahone
maori {adj} :: Maori
maori {mf} :: Maori
mapo {m} :: Cross between clementine and grapefruit (Citrus paradisi x Citrus reticulata); a kind of tangelo or ugli
mappa {f} [regional] :: tablecloth, napkin, cloth
mappa {f} [archaic] :: Any pictorial representation of a piece of land
mappa {f} [topography] :: Any graphic representation with a scale above 1:10,000; map, chart
mappa {f} :: The final part in a traditional key
mappaggio {m} :: mapping
mappale {m} :: cadastral map
mappaluna {f} :: map of the moon
mappamondo {m} :: globe (spherical map of the world)
mappamondo {m} :: planisphere
mappante {v} :: present participle of mappare
mappare {vt} :: To map or chart
mappatella {f} :: A cloth used by agricultural workers to hold their lunch
mappatura {f} :: mapping
mappazza {f} [colloquial] :: stodge (heavy food)
mappetta {f} [Switzerland] :: plastic folder
maquillage {m} :: maquillage
mar {m} :: (form of mare used in poetry and in names of some seas) sea
marabù {m} :: marabou
marabutto {m} :: marabout
maracaia {m} :: margay
Maracanaço {prop} [football] :: Maracanaço (final match in the 1950 FIFA World Cup)
Maracanazo {prop} [football] :: Maracanaço (final match in the 1950 FIFA World Cup, won by Uruguay over Brazil)
marachella {f} :: mischief, prank
mar Adriatico {prop} :: alternative form of mare Adriatico
maragià {m} :: maharajah
maramaglia {f} :: riff-raff, mob
maramaldeggiante {v} :: present participle of maramaldeggiare
maramaldeggiare {vi} :: To bully
maramaldesco {adj} :: bullying
maramaldo {m} :: bully (a person cruel to others, especially to those who are weaker)
marameo {interj} :: An expression of derision, normally accompanied by a gesture
Maranello {prop} :: A small town in the Modena province of Emilia-Romagna; it is the home of the Ferrari racing car factory and museum
maranese {adj} :: Of or from Marano Lagunare
marangone {m} [seabirds] :: cormorant
Marangoni {prop} :: surname, typical of Veneto
Marano Lagunare {prop} :: A small town in the province of Udine in Friuli-Venezia Giulia
maranta {f} [botany] :: Any member of the Maranta taxonomic genus
marante {n} :: plural of maranta
marantico {adj} :: marasmic
marasca {f} :: morello, morello cherry
maraschino {m} :: maraschino (liqueur)
marasco {m} :: morello
marasma {m} :: marasmus
marasma {m} :: chaos, confusion, mayhem
marasso {m} :: adder (snake)
Maratea {prop} :: A small town in the Potenza province of Basilicata
marateoto {adj} :: Of or from Maratea
maratona {f} [athletics, swimming] :: marathon
Maratona {prop} :: Marathon
maratoneta {mf} :: marathoner
maratonina {f} :: half marathon
maratto {m} :: Marathi (language and inhabitant (male) of Maharashtra)
maratto {m} :: Maharashtrian
maratto {adj} :: Marathi
maratto {adj} :: Maharashtrian
maraviglioso {adj} :: alternative form of meraviglioso
Marazzi {prop} :: surname
marazzo {m} :: bog, swamp, marsh
marc' {interj} [military] :: march!
marca {f} :: brand, make or trademark (of a commercial product)
marca {f} :: stamp (made with a rubber imprint)
marca {f} [obsolete] :: march (border region)
Marcabò {prop} :: A fortress built by the Venetians to defend their trade in the River Po
Marcabò {prop} :: (be extension) The plain of the river Po
Marcacci {prop} :: surname
marcamento {m} [sports] :: marking
marcante {v} :: present participle of marcare
marcantonio {m} [colloquial] :: hunk (handsome or strapping man)
marcantonio {m} [colloquial] :: he-man
Marcantonio {prop} :: given name, equivalent of Mark Anthony
marcapezzi {mf} :: marker
marcapiano {m} :: stringcourse
marcare {v} :: to mark (all senses)
marcare {v} :: to brand, notch (an animal)
marcare {v} :: to label
marcare {v} :: to underline or stress
marcare {v} :: to score (a goal)
marcare con asterisco {v} :: to star
Mar Caspio {prop} :: Caspian Sea
marcatamente {adv} :: markedly, sharply, prominently
marcatempo {m} :: time clock, punch clock
marcatissimo {adj} :: Very marked or pronounced
marcato {adj} :: stressed, pronounced
marcato {adj} [music] :: marked, accented
marcatore {m} :: marker (all senses)
marcatrice {f} :: marker (female form of marcatore)
marcatrice {f} :: marking machine
marcatura {f} :: marking (all senses)
marcatura {f} :: branding
marcatura {f} :: labelling
Marcello {prop} :: given name, equivalent to Marcellus
marcente {v} :: present participle of marcire
marcescente {adj} :: rotting, decaying, marcescent
marcescenza {f} :: rottenness, decay
marcescibile {adj} :: Liable to rot or decay
marcetta {f} [music] :: (little) march
Marche {prop} :: Marche (region)
marchesa {f} :: marchioness
marchesato {m} :: marquisate
marchese {m} :: marquis
Marchesi {prop} :: Marquesas Islands
marchesina {f} :: Young daughter of a marquis
marchesino {m} :: Young son of a marquis
marchetta {f} :: national insurance stamp
marchetta {f} :: token payment received by a prostitute; trick
marchiano {adj} :: glaring, gross (mistake)
marchiante {v} :: present participle of marchiare
marchiare {v} :: to mark, flag
marchiare {v} :: to brand
marchiatura {f} :: marking (of goods)
marchiatura {f} :: branding (of animals)
marchigiano {adj} :: of or relating to the Marche region
marchigiano {m} :: native or resident of the Marche
marchigiano {m} :: the dialect spoken in the Marche
marchingegno {m} :: contraption
marchingegno {m} :: expedient, dodge
marchio {m} :: brand, trademark, mark, label
marchio {m} :: branding iron (A piece of metal bent into a distinctive shape, heated and used to brand livestock)
marchio di fabbrica {m} :: trademark
marchionale {adj} :: marquis (attributive)
marcia {f} :: march
marcia {f} :: racewalking, speedwalking
marcia {f} :: gear
marciano {adj} :: Relative to San Marco (patron saint of Venice)
marciano {adj} :: Venetian
Marciano {prop} :: Marcian, Marcianus
marciante {v} :: present participle of marciare
marciapiede {m} :: pavement [British]
marciapiede {m} :: sidewalk [US]
marciar {v} :: apocopic form of marciare
marciare {vi} :: to march
marciare {vi} :: to walk [as a competitive sport]
marciare {vi} :: to go, run, travel [of a vehicle]
marciatore {m} :: marcher
marciatore {m} [athletics] :: racewalker, walker
marciatrice {f} :: (female) marcher
marciatrice {f} [athletics, female] :: race walker, walker
marcio {adj} :: rotten
marcio {adj} :: rotting
marcio {adj} :: festering
marcio {adj} :: corrupt
marcio {m} :: The bad or rotten part of something
marcioso {adj} [literary] :: purulent
marcire {vt} :: To rot
marcire {vi} :: To rot, fester or go bad
marcita {f} :: water meadow
marcitoio {m} :: pulping plant (for making paper)
marciume {m} :: rot
marciume {m} :: corruption
marco {m} :: mark (money)
Marco {prop} :: given name, equivalent to Mark
Marco {prop} :: Mark [biblical character]
Marco {prop} :: the Gospel of Mark
marcofilia {f} :: marcophily (branch of philately)
marconese {adj} :: Of or from Marconia
Marconi {prop} :: surname
Marconi {prop} :: Guglielmo Marconi, Italian physicist and inventor
Marconia {prop} :: A small town near Pisticci
marconiano {adj} :: Of or relating to Marconi
marconigrafia {f} :: wireless telegraphy
marconigramma {m} :: marconigram
marconista {m} :: wireless operator
marconiterapia {f} :: diathermy
marcorella {f} :: annual mercury (Mercurialis annua)
Mar del Giappone {prop} :: Sea of Japan (the sea between Japan and the rest of Asia)
Mardocheo {prop} :: Mordecai
Mardonio {prop} :: given name
mare {m} :: sea
marea {f} :: tide
marea {f} [figuratively] :: blizzard (large amount of paperwork)
marea {f} :: pile, heap
marea {f} [figuratively] :: shoal (large number of persons or things)
mare Adriatico {prop} :: Adriatic Sea
mareale {adj} :: tidal
marebbano {adj} :: Of or from Marebbe
marebbano {m} :: A dialect of Ladin spoken in the Marebbe region
Marebbe {prop} :: A small town in the Bolzano province of Trentino-Alto Adige
mare Caraibico {prop} :: Caribbean Sea
Marecchia {prop} :: A river that flows in Emilia-Romagna
Mare d'Irlanda {prop} :: Irish Sea
mareggiante {v} :: present participle of mareggiare
mareggiare {vi} :: to fluctuate, undulate
mareggiare {vi} :: to swell [of the sea]
mareggiata {f} :: sea storm
mareggio {m} :: swell, surge
maremma {f} :: A marshy coastal plain
Maremma {prop} :: The coastal plain of southern Tuscany and northern Lazio
maremmano {adj} :: Maremma - attributive
maremmano {m} :: Native or inhabitant of the Maremma
maremoto {m} [geology] :: seaquake
maremoto {m} :: tsunami
marena {f} :: sour cherry (Prunus cerasus)
marengo {m} :: Napoleon (French coin)
Marenzio {prop} :: surname
Marenzio {prop} :: Luca Marenzio, Italian composer
mareografo {m} :: tide gauge, marigraph
mareogramma {m} :: marigram
mareomotore {adj} :: tidal power (attributive)
mare procelloso {m} :: storm surge
marescalco {m} :: marshall
marescialla {f} :: marshall (female)
marescialla {f} :: warrant officer (female)
marescialla {f} :: wife of such an officer
marescialla {f} :: an authoritarian or domineering woman
maresciallato {m} :: marshalship
maresciallo {m} :: marshall
maresciallo {m} :: warrant officer
marese {m} :: marsh
maretta {f} :: choppy sea
maretta {f} :: friction, trouble
Marettimo {prop} :: One of the Egadi islands
marezzante {v} :: present participle of marezzare
marezzare {v} :: to marble, vein or grain
marezzare {v} :: to water (fabric)
marezzato {adj} :: marbled, veined
marezzato {adj} :: watered, moiré
marezzatura {f} :: veining
marezzatura {f} :: watering (fabric)
marezzatura {f} :: grain (of wood)
marezzo {m} :: grain (in wood)
Marfisa {prop} :: given name
margarina {f} :: margarine
margarita {m} :: margarita [cocktail]
margherita {f} [obsolete] :: pearl
margherita {f} :: daisy
Margherita {prop} :: given name, cognate to Margaret; Daisy
margheritina {f} :: daisy (Bellis perennis)
margheritina {f} :: A female member or supporter of La Margherita (The Daisy), an Italian dissolved political party
margheritino {adj} :: Of or pertaining to La Margherita (The Daisy), an Italian dissolved political party
margheritino {m} :: A member or supporter of La Margherita party
Mar Giallo {prop} :: Yellow Sea (asian sea)
marginale {adj} :: marginal
marginale {adj} :: secondary
marginalismo {m} :: marginalism
marginalissimo {adj} :: Very secondary
marginalista {adj} :: marginalist, marginalistic
marginalisticamente {adv} :: marginalistically
marginalistico {adj} :: marginalistic
marginalità {f} :: marginality
marginalizzante {v} :: present participle of marginalizzare
marginalizzare {vt} :: to marginalize
marginalizzazione {f} :: marginalization
marginalmente {adv} :: marginally, incidentally
marginante {v} :: present participle of marginare
marginare {vt} :: to border, edge
marginare {vt} :: to margin
marginatore {m} :: margin stop (on a typewriter)
marginatura {f} :: margin
marginatura {f} :: edge, border
margine {m} :: margin, border, edge, brink, bank, brow
margine di azione {n} :: leeway
margine interno {f} :: gutter (unprinted space between rows of stamps)
marginoso {adj} :: With large margins. (of books)
margone {m} :: A basin in which the water that feed the mill is gathered
margotta {f} :: layering
margottante {v} :: present participle of margottare
margottare {vt} :: To layer
margravia {f} :: margravine
margraviato {m} :: margravate
margravio {m} :: margrave (all senses)
Maria {prop} :: given name, cognate with English Mary
Maria {prop} :: Mary; Miriam (biblical figures)
Maria {f} [colloquial] :: cannabis, marijuana
Maria Luisa {prop} :: given name
Maria Maddalena {prop} :: Mary Magdalene [biblical character]
Mariangela {prop} :: given name
marianista {adj} :: Marianist
marianista {mf} :: Marianist
Marianna {prop} :: given name
mariano {adj} :: Marian
Mariano {prop} :: given name
Mariarosa {prop} :: Rosemary
maricoltore {m} :: mariculturist
maricoltura {f} :: mariculture
Marietta {prop} :: given name
Marignano {prop} :: alternative form of Melegnano
marijuana {f} :: marijuana, specifically:
marijuana {f} :: Drug smoked or ingested for euphoric effect, cannabis
marijuana {f} :: The hemp plant itself: Cannabis sativa
marimettente {v} :: present participle of marimettere
marimettere {vt} [Tuscany] :: alternative form of manomettere
marina {f} :: coast
marina {f} :: seascape
marina {f} :: navy
marina {f} :: marina
marinaia {f} :: sailor, mariner (female)
marinaio {m} :: sailor, mariner, seaman
marinaio {m} :: tarpaulin, tar
marinaio d'acqua dolce {m} [nautical, usually mildly derogatory] :: landlubber [literally "freshwater mariner"]
marinante {v} :: present participle of marinare
marinare {vt} [cooking] :: to marinade, marinate
marinare {vit} :: to play truant; to skive or slack off
marinarescamente {adv} :: In the manner of a sailor
marinaresco {adj} :: sailor (attributive)
marinaretto {m} :: Young sailor
marinaretto {m} :: Child wearing a sailor suit
marinaro {adj} :: seafaring
marinaro {adj} :: sailor (attributive)
marinaro {adj} [of food] :: Served with seafood
marinato {adj} :: marinated
marinatura {f} :: marinating, marinading
marineria {f} [nautical] :: marine (mercantile)
marineria {f} [nautical] :: navy
marineria {f} :: the practice and art of sailing
marinese {adj} :: Of or from Marino (in Lazio)
Marinetti {prop} :: surname
Marinetti {prop} :: Filippo Tommaso Marinetti, Italian writer and poet
marinismo {m} :: Marinism
marinista {m} :: Marinist (male)
marinista {f} :: Marinist (female)
marinistico {adj} :: Marinism (attributive)
marino {adj} :: sea, marine, nautical, seaside
Marino {prop} :: surname
Marino {prop} :: given name
Marino {prop} :: A town in the Roma province of Lazio
Mario {prop} :: given name, cognate to Marius
mariolatria {f} :: Mariolatry
marioleria {f} :: roguery
marioleria {f} :: swindle
marioleria {f} :: prank
mariolesco {adj} :: rascally
mariolo {m} :: scoundrel, rascal
mariologia {f} [religion] :: Mariology
mariologico {adj} :: Mariological
marionetta {f} :: puppet, marionette
marionettista {m} :: puppet master (male)
marionettista {f} :: puppet master (female)
marionettistico {adj} :: puppet, marionette (attributive)
Mar Ionio {prop} :: Ionian Sea
Mario Rossi {prop} :: Joe Bloggs, John Doe
marisca {f} :: anal skin tag
marista {adj} :: Marist
marista {mf} :: Marist
maritabile {adj} :: marriageable
maritalmente {adv} :: maritally
maritante {v} :: present participle of maritare
maritantesi {v} :: present participle of maritarsi
maritare {vt} :: To marry or bestow
maritarsi {vr} :: To get married
maritato {adj} :: married
maritatosi {v} :: past participle of maritarsi
maritino {m} :: hubby
marito {m} :: husband
maritozzo {m} [central Italy, mainly Rome] :: maritozzo (type of sweet bun)
marittimità {f} :: The property of being maritime
marittimo {adj} :: maritime
marittimo {adj} :: coastal
marittimo {m} :: seaman, sailor, navigator, mariner, seafarer
mariuolo {m} :: rascal, rogue, scoundrel
Markab {prop} :: Markab, a star in the constellation of Pegasus
marketing {m} :: marketing (commercial activities)
marmaglia {f} :: riff-raff
Mar Mediterraneo {prop} :: Mediterranean Sea
marmellata {f} :: jam (food)
marmellata {f} :: marmalade (when made from oranges)
marmetta {f} :: A type of floortile made from marble chips
marmettaio {m} :: marble tile maker, seller or layer
marmifero {adj} :: marble (attributive)
marmifero {adj} :: rich in marble
marmiglia {f} :: terrazzo (flooring that looks like marble)
marmista {m} :: mason (who works in marble)
marmitta {f} :: cooking pot, stockpot
marmitta {f} :: silencer [British], muffler [US]
marmittone {m} [military slang] :: sprog, rookie, yard bird
marmo {m} :: marble (stone)
marmocchio {m} :: kid, sprog, brat
Marmolada {prop} :: A mountain in north-east Italy, the highest one of the Dolomites
marmolite {f} [mineral] :: marmolite
marmoreamente {adv} :: in marble
marmoreo {adj} :: marble (attributive)
marmorizzante {v} :: present participle of marmorizzare
marmorizzare {vt} :: to marble
marmorizzazione {f} :: marbling
Mar Morto {prop} :: Dead Sea (lake in the Middle East)
marmosetta {f} :: marmoset
marmotta {f} :: marmot
marmotta {f} :: groundhog
marmotta americana {f} :: groundhog or woodchuck
marmotta caligata {f} :: whistler (type of marmot)
marna {f} [geology] :: marl
marna {f} [geology] :: marlstone (properly roccia di marna)
Marna {prop} :: Marne
marnante {v} :: present participle of marnare
marnare {vt} :: To marl
marnatura {f} :: marling
marniera {f} :: marl pit
marnoso {adj} :: marly
maro {m} :: cat thyme (Teucrium marum)
marò {m} [nautical] :: ordinary seaman
marocchina {f} :: Moroccan (female)
marocchinante {v} :: present participle of marocchinare
marocchinare {vt} :: To tan leather into morocco
marocchineria {f} :: Morocco goods
marocchino {adj} :: Moroccan
marocchino {m} :: Moroccan
marocchino {m} :: ellipsis of caffè marocchino; coffee drink made with a shot of espresso, cocoa powder and milk froth
Marocco {prop} :: Morocco
marone {m} [slang, vulgar, mostly in the plural] :: ball, bollock
maronita {m} :: Maronite
maronita {adj} :: Maronite
maroso {m} :: breaker, billow
Marpessa {prop} [Greek mythology] :: Marpessa
marpione {m} :: lecher
marra {f} :: hoe
marra {f} :: fluke (of an anchor)
Marrakech {prop} :: Marrakech (city in Morocco)
marrana {f} [regional] :: A ditch or trench situated in the city of Rome
marrancio {m} :: cleaver (butcher's knife)
marrano {m} :: boor
marrano {m} :: traitor
marranzano {m} [musical instruments] :: Jew's harp
marrella {f} [obsolete] :: arrow, dart
marronata {f} :: chestnut preserve
marronata {f} :: blunder
marroncino {adj} :: light brown
marroncino {m} :: light brown colour
marrone {adj} :: brown
marrone {m} :: brown
marrone {m} :: a large and savoury chestnut variety
marrone {m} :: the tree that produces that chestnut
marrone {m} [by extension] :: chestnut
marrone {m} [slang, vulgar, chiefly plural] :: ball, bollock
marrone {m} :: botch up
Marrone {prop} :: surname
Marrone {prop} :: Tito Marrone, Italian poet
marroneto {m} :: chestnut wood (forest), especially one of marrone chestnuts
marron glacé {m} :: marron glacé (chestnut preserved in sugar or syrup and flavoured with vanilla)
Mar Rosso {prop} :: Red Sea (sea between Africa and Arabia)
marrovescio {m} :: alternative form of manrovescio
marrubio {m} :: horehound
marruca {f} [plant] :: Jerusalem thorn, Christ's thorn (Paliurus spina-christi)
marrucheto {m} :: thicket of Jerusalem thorn, thicket of Christ's thorn (Paliurus spina-christi)
marsala {m} :: Marsala (wine)
Marsala {prop} :: Marsala (town)
marsalato {adj} :: maderized (oxidized, of wine)
marsalese {adj} :: Of or from Marsala
marsc' {interj} [military] :: march!
marshallese {adj} :: Marshallese
marshallese {m} :: Marshallese (language)
Marsia {prop} [Greek mythology] :: Marsyas
Marsica {prop} :: The region around Avezzano in Abruzzo
marsicano {adj} :: Of or from Marsica
Marsiglia {prop} :: Marseilles
marsigliese {adj} :: Of or from Marseilles (city in southern France)
marsigliese {mf} :: A native or inhabitant of Marseilles
Marsigliese {prop} :: The Marseillaise (French national anthem)
Marsili {prop} :: surname
Marsili {prop} :: An undersea volcano in the Tyrrhenian Sea
Marsilio {prop} :: given name
marsina {f} :: dress coat, tails
marsovino {m} :: porpoise
marsupiale {adj} :: marsupial
marsupiale {m} :: marsupial (mammal)
marsupio {m} :: pouch
marsupio {m} [zoology] :: marsupium (external pouch in which female marsupials rear and feed the young)
marsupio {m} :: child carrier, baby carrier
marsupio {m} :: bum bag
marsupio {m} :: car transporter
Marta {prop} :: Martha [biblical character]
Marta {prop} :: given name of biblical origin
martagone {m} :: martagon, Turk's-cap lily (Lilium martagon)
Marte {prop} :: Mars [god and planet]
martedì {m} :: Tuesday
martedì grasso {m} [religion, christianity] :: Shrove Tuesday, Mardi Gras, Pancake Day, Pancake Tuesday
martellamento {m} :: hammering
martellamento {m} [idiomatic] :: overkill
martellante {v} :: present participle of martellare
martellante {adj} :: thumping, pounding, hammering
martellare {v} :: to hammer
martellare {v} :: to beat
martellare {v} :: to bombard
martellata {f} :: hammer blow
martellatore {m} :: hammerer
martellatura {f} :: hammering
martelletto {m} [music] :: hammer (of a piano, and of a percussion instrument)
martelletto {m} :: typebar (of a typewriter)
martelletto {m} :: gavel
martelletto {m} :: striker (of a clock)
martelliera {f} :: A collection of hammers (as in a piano)
martellina {f} :: pick, bush hammer
martellinante {v} :: present participle of martellinare
martellinare {vt} :: To bushhammer
martellinatura {f} :: bushhammering
martellio {m} :: hammering (continuous)
martellista {mf} :: hammer thrower
martello {m} :: hammer
martello {m} [sports] :: hammer
martello {m} [skeleton] :: malleus, hammer
martello {m} :: gavel (tool)
martello {m} [music] :: hammer (in a piano)
martello pneumatico {m} :: jackhammer, pneumatic drill
Martignano {prop} :: A small town in the Lecce province of Puglia
martin {m} :: Only used in the term martin pescatore
Martina {prop} :: given name
martinella {f} :: A white grape variety from Piedmont
martinella {f} :: A bell once used, in the Florentine area, to send military signals
Martinelli {prop} :: surname
martinetta {f} :: Type of tinamou
martinetta dal ciuffo {f} :: elegant crested tinamou
martinetta di quebracho {f} :: quebracho crested tinamou
martinetto {m} :: jack (tool)
martinezismo {m} :: Martinezism (branch of Martinism)
martingala {f} :: short, ornamental belt (on a jacket etc)
martingala {f} :: martingale
Martinica {prop} :: Martinique
martinicano {adj} :: Martinican
martinicano {m} :: Martinican
martinicca {f} :: wagon brake
martinichese {adj} :: Martinican
martinichese {mf} :: Martinican
martinismo {m} :: Martinism (branch of esoteric Christianity)
martinista {mf} :: Martinist
martino {m} :: myna (bird)
Martino {prop} :: Martin (given name)
martin pescatore {m} :: kingfisher
martire {mf} :: martyr
martirio {m} :: martyrdom
martirio {m} :: agony, torture (figurative)
martirizzamento {m} :: martyrdom
martirizzante {v} :: present participle of martirizzare
martirizzantesi {v} :: present participle of martirizzarsi
martirizzare {vt} :: to martyr
martirizzare {vt} :: to torture
martirizzarsi {v} :: reflexive of martirizzare
martirizzarsi {vr} :: to punish or torment oneself
martirizzato {adj} :: martyred
martirizzatore {m} :: martyrizer
martirizzatosi {v} :: past participle of martirizzarsi
martiro {m} :: (obsolete, poetic) martirio
martirologio {m} :: martyrology
Mar Tirreno {prop} :: Tyrrhenian Sea (sea to the west of Italy)
martora {f} :: marten
martoriante {v} :: present participle of martoriare
martoriare {vt} :: To torment or torture
Martucci {prop} :: surname
maruzza {f} :: snail, sea snail
marxianamente {adv} :: Marxianly
marxiano {adj} :: Marxian
marxiano {m} :: Marxian
marxismo {m} :: Marxism, marxism
marxismo-leninismo {m} :: Marxism-Leninism
marxista {adj} :: Marxist, marxist
marxista {mf} :: Marxist, marxist
marxista-leninista {adj} :: Marxist-Leninist
marxista-leninista {mf} :: Marxist-Leninist
marxisticamente {adv} :: Marxistically
marxistico {adj} :: Marxist
marza {f} :: graft (botanical)
marzaiola {f} :: garganey (Anas querquedula)
marzaiola {f} [Central Italian] :: synonym of alzavola
marzaiolo {adj} :: March (attributive)
marzapane {m} [chiefly uncountable] :: marzipan
Marzenego {prop} :: A river that flows in Veneto
Marzia {prop} :: Marcia
Marzïa {prop} :: medieval spelling of Marzia
marziale {adj} :: martial
Marziale {prop} :: given name, cognate to English Martial
marzialità {f} :: bellicosity, martiality
marzialmente {adv} :: martially
marziana {f} :: A Martian (female)
marziano {adj} :: Martian
marziano {m} :: A Martian (male or of unspecified sex)
Marzio {prop} :: given name
marzo {m} :: March [the month]
marzolino {adj} :: of March, March (attribute)
Marzorati {prop} :: surname
marzotica {f} :: A type of ricotta cheese from Puglia
mas {m} [nautical] :: motor torpedo boat
Masaccio {prop} :: Nickname of Italian painter "Tommaso di ser Giovanni di Mone Cassai"
masaniello {m} :: agitator, revolutionary
Mascagni {prop} :: surname
Mascagni {prop} :: Pietro Mascagni, Italian composer
mascalcia {f} :: farriery
mascalese {adj} :: Of or from Mascali
Mascali {prop} :: A small town in the Catania province of Sicily
mascalzonata {f} :: dirty trick
mascalzone {m} :: rascal, scoundrel, rapscallion
mascara {m} :: mascara
mascareta {f} [nautical] :: A light punt used for fishing, racing and recreation
mascarpone {m} :: mascarpone
mascella {f} [skeleton] :: jaw
mascellare {adj} [skleleton] :: maxillary, jaw (attributive)
mascellare {m} [skeleton] :: maxillary, jawbone
maschera {f} :: mask
maschera {f} :: surface, fiction
maschera {f} :: cinema attendant [takes tickets, shows patrons to their seats]
mascheramento {m} :: masking
mascheramento {m} :: camouflage
mascherante {v} :: present participle of mascherare
mascherante {adj} :: masking
mascherantesi {v} :: present participle of mascherarsi
mascherare {vt} :: to mask
mascherare {vt} :: to hide, conceal
mascherarsi {v} :: ‎reflexive of mascherare
mascherarsi {v} :: to disguise oneself (as)
mascherarsi {v} :: to dress up (as)
mascherata {f} :: masquerade
mascheratamente {adv} :: disguisedly
mascherato {adj} :: masked
mascherato {adj} :: disguised
mascherato {adj} :: hidden, concealed
mascherato {adj} :: camouflaged
mascheratosi {v} :: past participle of mascherarsi
mascheratura {f} :: masking (all senses)
mascheratura {f} :: masquerade
mascheratura {f} :: disguise
mascheretto {m} :: tidal bore
mascherina {f} :: Small mask
mascherina {f} :: patch (animal marking)
mascherina {f} :: toecap
mascherina {f} :: radiator grill
mascherina {f} :: template
mascherone {m} :: mask (especially a grotesque one)
Mascheroni {prop} :: surname
maschetta {f} [nautical] :: cheek of a block
maschiaccio {m} :: rough or wild boy
maschiaccio {m} :: tomboy (girl)
maschiamente {adv} :: malely, masculinely
maschiamente {adv} :: virilely, manfully
maschiamente {adv} :: vigorously
maschiante {v} :: present participle of maschiare
maschiare {vt} :: To tap (a thread)
maschiatore {m} :: tapper (person)
maschiatrice {f} :: tapper (person, female) (machine)
maschiatura {f} :: tapping, screw thread
maschicidio {m} :: The killing of men; androcide
maschietta {f} :: boyish girl
maschietta {f} :: flapper (unconventional woman from the 1920s)
maschietta {f} :: pageboy hairstyle
maschiettante {v} :: present participle of maschiettare
maschiettare {vt} :: To hinge (fit with hinges)
maschiettatura {f} :: hingeing (fitting with hinges)
maschietto {m} :: Little boy
maschietto {m} :: Male baby
maschietto {m} :: hinge
maschile {adj} :: masculine, male
maschile {adj} :: virile, manly
maschile {adj} :: men's, boys'
maschilismo {m} :: male chauvinism
maschilista {adj} :: male chauvinist (attributive)
maschilista {mf} :: male chauvinist
maschilisticamente {adv} :: (male) chauvinistically
maschilistico {adj} :: (male) chauvinistic, masculinist
maschilità {f} :: masculinity, manliness
maschilmente {adv} :: in a masculine manner
maschilmente {adv} :: virilely
maschio {adj} :: male, masculine
maschio {adj} :: virile, manlike, manful, manly
maschio {adj} :: vigorous
maschio {m} :: sire, male
maschio {m} :: boy, son
maschio {m} :: keep (tall tower in a castle)
maschio {m} :: tap (cutting tool)
maschione {m} :: A strong and handsome man
mascolinamente {adv} :: mannishly
mascolinismo {m} :: masculinism
mascolinità {f} :: masculinity
mascolinizzante {v} :: present participle of mascolinizzare
mascolinizzantesi {v} :: present participle of mascolinizzarsi
mascolinizzare {vt} :: to masculinize
mascolinizzarsi {v} :: reflexive of mascolinizzare
mascolinizzarsi {vr} :: to become masculinized
mascolinizzatosi {v} :: past participle of mascolinizzarsi
mascolinizzazione {f} :: masculinization
mascolino {adj} :: masculine, male (attributive)
mascolino {adj} :: mannish
mascolo {adj} :: synonym of maschio
mascone {m} [nautical] :: loof
mascotte {f} :: mascot
masculo {adj} :: synonym of maschio
maskio {m} :: alternative form of maschio
masnada {f} :: gang, band (of thieves etc)
masnadiere {m} :: highwayman, bandit, brigand
masnadiero {m} :: gang-member
masnadiero {m} :: robber
masochismo {m} :: masochism
masochista {f} :: masochist
masochisticamente {adv} :: masochistically
masochistico {adj} :: masochistic, masochist (attributive)
masoretico {adj} :: Masoretic
Maspero {prop} :: surname
massa {f} :: mass (all senses)
massa {f} :: crowd
Massa Carrara {prop} :: Massa Carrara
massacrante {v} :: present participle of massacrare
massacrante {adj} :: exhausting, gruelling
massacrantesi {v} :: present participle of massacrarsi
massacrare {vt} :: to massacre, slaughter
massacrare {vt} :: to murder (a song or tune)
massacrare {vt} [figuratively] :: to make mincemeat out of (defeat utterly)
massacrarsi {v} :: reflexive of massacrare
massacrarsi {v} :: to be severely wounded
massacrarsi {v} :: to be heavily defeated
massacratore {m} :: massacrer
massacratosi {v} :: past participle of massacrarsi
massacro {m} :: massacre
massa d'acqua {f} :: body of water
Massa e Carrara {prop} :: Massa Carrara (province)
massaggiante {v} :: present participle of massaggiare
massaggiantesi {v} :: present participle of massaggiarsi
massaggiare {v} :: to massage
massaggiarsi {vr} :: ‎ To massage (part of one's body)
massaggiatore {m} :: masseur
massaggiatosi {v} :: past participle of massaggiarsi
massaggiatrice {f} :: masseuse
massaggio {m} :: massage
massaia {f} [uncommon] :: feminine noun of massaio
massaia {f} :: housewife
massaio {m} :: bailiff (of an agricultural estate)
massaio {m} :: farmer
massaro {m} [archaic or regional] :: alternative form of massaio
massellante {v} :: present participle of massellare
massellare {vt} :: To cast (metal) into pigs or ingots
massellato {adj} :: edge-glued
massellatura {f} :: pig-breaking (in iron-founding)
massello {m} :: pig (of iron)
massello {m} :: ingot
massello {m} :: solid wood
Massenzio {prop} :: Maxentius
masseria {f} :: Large farm, sometimes fortified
masserizia {f} [chiefly in the plural] :: Household furnishings or effects
massese {adj} :: Massa Carrara (attributive)
massese {mf} :: Native or inhabitant of Massa Carrara
massetere {m} [muscle] :: masseter
masseterino {adj} [muscle] :: masseteric, masseterine
masseto {m} [regional] :: rocky land
massetto {m} :: screed (building material)
massicciamente {adv} :: massively
massicciamente {adv} :: energetically, resolutely
massicciante {v} :: present participle of massicciare
massicciare {vt} :: To ballast (roads, railways)
massicciata {f} :: ballast, hard core
massicciata {f} :: permanent way
massicciata {f} :: roadbed
massicciatore {m} :: Person who constructs roadbeds
massiccio {adj} :: massive, solid
massiccio {adj} :: stout
massiccio {adj} :: heavy
massiccio {m} :: massif
massiccio facciale {m} [skeleton] :: facial bones, facial skeleton
massico {adj} [physics] :: mass (attributive)
massificante {v} :: present participle of massificare
massificare {vt} :: to massify, standardize
massificato {adj} :: standardized, massified
massificazione {f} :: standardization, massification
massima {f} :: maxim
massima {f} :: maximum (temperature etc)
massimale {adj} :: maximal, maximum
massimale {m} :: A maximum limit or quota
massimalismo {m} :: maximalism (in art and politics)
massimalista {adj} :: maximalist (in art and politics)
massimalista {mf} :: maximalist (in art and politics)
massimalistico {adj} :: maximalist
massimamente {adv} :: especially, chiefly, particularly
massimamente {adv} [archaic] :: greatly, very much
massimante {v} :: present participle of massimare
massimare {vt} :: To maximize
massimario {m} :: An anthology of maxims or sayings
massimario {m} :: A register of the decisions given by the Italian Court of Cassation; a person who compiles this register
massime {adv} [literary] :: especially, chiefly, particularly
Massimiano {prop} :: Maximian
massimiliano {adj} :: Maximilian (attributive)
Massimiliano {prop} :: given name
massiminimo {m} :: maximin
massimizzante {v} :: present participle of massimizzare
massimizzare {vt} :: to maximize
massimizzato {adj} :: maximized
massimizzazione {f} :: maximization
massimo {adj} :: maximum
massimo {adj} [archaic] :: chief; principal
massimo {m} :: maximum
Massimo {prop} :: given name
massivamente {adv} :: massively
massivamente {adv} :: en masse
massivo {adj} :: massive
massivo {adj} :: mass (emigration etc)
massivo {adj} :: en masse
massmediale {adj} :: mass media (attributive)
massmediatico {adj} :: mass media (attributive)
massmediologia {f} :: media studies (study of the mass media)
massmediologo {m} :: media expert
masso {m} :: rock, boulder
massofisioterapia {f} :: massage and physiotherapy
massofisioterapico {adj} :: massage and physiotherapy (attributive)
massofisioterapista {mf} :: masseur and physiotherapist
massone {m} :: freemason
massoneria {f} :: Freemasonry
massonico {adj} :: masonic
massoso {adj} :: rocky
massoterapia {f} :: massotherapy
massoterapico {adj} :: massotherapy (attributive)
massoterapista {mf} :: massotherapist
mastaba {f} :: mastaba
mastalgia {f} :: mastalgia
Mastandrea {prop} :: surname
mastcellula {f} [biology] :: mast cell
mastectomia {f} [surgery] :: mastectomy
mastectomizzato {adj} :: mastectomized
mastello {m} :: wooden tub (for harvesting etc)
mastello {m} :: trough
masterizzabile {adj} :: recordable, writable (CD etc)
masterizzante {v} :: present participle of masterizzare
masterizzare {v} [computing] :: To burn (a CD or DVD)
masterizzatore {m} :: CD burner, burner
masterizzazione {f} [computing] :: burning (of a CD or DVD)
masterizzazione {f} :: mastering (of a record)
masticabile {adj} :: chewable
masticamenti {n} :: plural of masticamento
masticamento {m} :: synonym of masticazione
masticante {v} :: present participle of masticare
masticare {vt} :: to chew
masticare {vt} :: to crunch
masticaticci {n} :: plural of masticaticcio
masticaticcio {m} :: Material that is being (or has been) chewed
masticaticcio {m} [figuratively, rare] :: A confused mixture; muddle
masticatore {adj} [anatomy] :: masticatory
masticatorio {adj} [anatomy] :: masticatory
masticatorio {m} [medicine] :: masticatory
masticatura {f} :: Material that is being (or has been) chewed
masticatura {f} [rare] :: synonym of masticazione
masticazione {f} [physiology] :: chewing, mastication
masticazione {f} :: mastication (the process of crushing as though chewed)
mastice {m} :: mastic, filler, putty
mastigonemo {m} :: mastigoneme
mastino {m} :: mastiff
mastio {m} :: keep (tall tower in a medieval castle)
mastite {f} [diseases] :: mastitis
masto- {prefix} :: mast-
mastocarcinoma {m} [oncology] :: mastocarcinoma
mastocita {m} [cytology] :: mast cell, mastocyte
mastocito {m} :: Variant of mastocita
mastodinia {f} [pathology] :: mastodynia
mastodonte {m} :: mastodon
mastodonte {m} [by extension] :: a large, clumsy person
mastodontico {adj} :: mammoth, gigantic
mastografia {f} :: mastography, mammography
mastoide {f} [skeleton] :: mastoid
mastoidectomia {f} [surgery] :: mastoidectomy
mastoideo {adj} [anatomy] :: mastoid, mastoidal, mastoideus
mastoidite {f} [pathology] :: mastoiditis
mastopatia {f} [pathology] :: disease of the mammary gland; mastopathy
mastopessi {f} [surgery] :: mastopexy
mastopessia {f} [surgery] :: mastopexy
mastoplastica {f} [surgery] :: mastoplasty, mammaplasty
mastra {f} [nautical] :: coaming
mastro {m} :: master [especially in combination with the name of a trade]
mastro {m} [dated, regional] :: General form of address; Mister
mastro {adj} :: principal, main
Mastroianni {prop} :: surname
Mastroianni {prop} :: Marcello Mastroianni, Italian actor
mastruca {f} :: sheepskin or goatskin jacket
masturbante {v} :: present participle of masturbare
masturbantesi {v} :: present participle of masturbarsi
masturbare {vt} :: to masturbate
masturbarsi {v} :: reflexive of masturbare
masturbarsi {v} :: to masturbate
masturbatore {m} :: masturbator
masturbatorio {adj} :: masturbatory
masturbatosi {v} :: past participle of masturbarsi
masturbatrice {f} :: female masturbator
masturbazione {f} :: masturbation
masurio {n} :: masurium (technetium)
matafione {m} [nautical] :: A small cable used to support or fasten a sail.
matallo {m} :: wayfaring-tree, hoarwithy (plant of species Viburnum lantana)
matassa {f} :: skein, hank
matassina {f} :: skein
match {m} :: match (sports event)
match {m} :: horserace involving only two horses
matcha {m} :: matcha (powdered green tea for ceremonies)
Matelica {prop} :: a town in the province of Macerata in Marche in Italy
matelicese {adj} :: Of, or from, Matelica
matelicese {m} :: A native or inhabitant of Matelica
matematica {f} :: mathematics, maths, math
matematica {f} :: mathematician (female)
matematicamente {adv} :: mathematically
matematico {adj} :: mathematical
matematico {m} :: mathematician
matematizzabile {adj} [maths] :: mathematizable
matematizzante {v} :: present participle of matematizzare
matematizzare {vt} :: [maths] to mathematize
matematizzazione {f} :: mathematization
matera {v} :: obsolete form of materia
Matera {prop} :: A town and associated province in Basilicata
materano {adj} :: Of or from Matera
materassa {f} :: Variant of materasso
materassabile {adj} :: beddable
materassaia {f} :: mattress maker (female)
materassaio {m} :: mattress maker
materassificio {m} :: mattress factory
materassino {m} :: mat (for use in a gym etc)
materasso {m} :: mattress
materasso ad acqua {m} [furniture] :: waterbed
materasso ad aria {m} [furniture] :: air bed, air mattress
materasso giapponese {m} [furniture] :: futon a thin mattress of tufted cotton or similar material
materia {f} :: matter, substance, material, stuff
materia {f} :: subject-matter, matter, subject, topic
materiale {adj} :: material
materiale {adj} :: physical, bodily
materiale {adj} :: rough, uncouth
materiale {m} :: material, stuff
materiale {m} :: materials, equipment
materiale {m} :: rough person
materialismo {m} :: materialism, constant concern over material possessions and wealth
materialista {adj} :: materialist
materialista {mf} :: materialist
materialisticamente {adv} :: materialistically
materialistico {adj} :: materialistic
materialità {f} :: materiality
materializzante {v} :: present participle of materializzare
materializzantesi {v} :: present participle of materializzarsi
materializzare {vt} :: to materialize
materializzare {vt} :: to incarnate
materializzarsi {vr} :: To materialize
materializzatosi {v} :: past participle of materializzarsi
materializzazione {f} :: materialization
materialmente {adv} :: materially
materialmente {adv} :: simply, really, quite
materialone {m} :: lout (rough person)
materia organica {f} :: organic matter
materia prima {f} :: raw material
materia prima {f} :: staple
matericità {f} :: materiality
materico {adj} :: material
maternamente {adv} :: maternally
maternità {f} :: maternity, motherhood
maternità {f} :: maternity ward
materno {adj} :: maternal, mother (attribute), motherly
materozza {f} :: riser (casting)
materozzolo {m} :: A piece of wood attached to a key such that it is more difficult to forget where it is
Matilde {prop} :: given name
matildico {adj} :: Relating to Matilde di Canossa
matita {f} :: pencil
matraccio {m} [chemistry] :: flask
matraccio di Erlenmeyer {m} [chemistry] :: Erlenmeyer flask
matre {f} :: obsolete form of madre
matriarca {f} :: matriarch
matriarcale {adj} :: matriarchal
matriarcato {m} :: matriarchy
matricaria {f} :: chamomile
matrice {f} :: matrix (in all senses)
matrice {f} :: stencil
matrice {f} [figurative] :: origin; background
matrice {f} :: stub (of a cheque etc.)
matrice diagonale {f} [maths] :: diagonal matrix
matriciale {adj} :: matrix (attributive)
matricidio {m} :: matricide
matricina {f} :: sapling
matricino {adj} :: Only used in the term albero matricino
matricola {f} :: register
matricola {f} :: number (in a register etc)
matricola {f} :: freshman, fresher
matricolante {v} :: present participle of matricolare
matricolare {adj} :: register, registration [attributive]
matricolare {vt} :: alternative form of immatricolare
matricolato {adj} :: able, expert
matricolato {adj} :: downright, out-and-out
matrigna {f} :: stepmother
matrilineare {adj} :: matrilineal
matrilinearità {f} :: matrilineality
matrilocale {adj} :: matrilocal
matrilocalità {f} :: matrilocality
matrimoniabile {adj} :: marriageable
matrimoniale {adj} :: matrimonial, marriage [attributive], nuptial, married
matrimoniale {adj} :: double
matrimoniale {adj} :: master
matrimonialista {m} :: (male) A divorce lawyer, a lawyer specializing in marriage law
matrimonialista {f} :: (female) A divorce lawyer, a lawyer specializing in marriage law
matrimonialmente {adv} :: As husband and wife
matrimonio {m} :: marriage
matrimonio {m} :: wedding (ceremony)
matrimonio di convenienza {m} :: marriage of convenience
matrimonio in bianco {m} :: white marriage
matrimonio in bianco {m} :: white wedding
matrimonio riparatore {m} :: shotgun wedding
matrimonio riparatore {m} :: shotgun marriage
matriosca {f} :: alternative spelling of matrioska
matrioska {f} :: matryoshka, Russian doll
matrizzante {v} :: present participle of matrizzare
matrizzare {vi} :: To take after one's mother
matroide {m} [mathematics] :: matroid
matrona {f} :: matron
matronale {adj} :: matronly
matronalmente {adv} :: matronly
matroneo {m} :: A women's gallery in early churches
matronimia {f} :: metronymy
matronimico {adj} :: matronymic, metronymic
matta {f} :: madwoman
matta {f} [cards] :: joker
mattacchione {m} :: rascal, joker
mattafione {m} [nautical] :: reef point
mattana {f} :: fit of temper, tantrum
mattanza {f} :: Last phase of tuna fishing in which a very large net is closed around a group of fish and drawn together, the fish being hooked using harpoons and then beaten to death via repeated blows
mattanza {f} [by extension, colloquial] :: massacre, carnage
mattare {vt} [archaic] :: to kill
mattare {vt} [archaic] :: to torture
Mattarella {prop} :: surname
Mattarella {prop} :: Sergio Mattarella, Italian politician and twelfth President of Italy
mattarello {m} [regional] :: alternative form of matterello
mattarello {m} [Rome] :: synonym of muggine
mattata {f} :: mad / stupid act
Mattatia {prop} [Biblical character] :: Mattathias
Mattatia {prop} :: given name
mattatoio {m} :: abattoir, slaughterhouse
mattatore {m} :: star turn (star performer)
mattazione {f} :: slaughtering
Matteo {prop} :: given name; the Italian equivalent of Matthew
Matteo {prop} [biblical character] :: Matthew, the Gospel of Matthew
Matteotti {prop} :: surname
matterello {m} :: rolling pin
matteri {n} :: plural of mattero
mattero {m} :: stick, club
mattero {m} :: An unidentified weapon used by the Celts, perhaps a large pike
mattero {m} :: A kind of javelin, with a short, wide tip
mattero {m} :: A branch, approximately 3 ft. long, obtained from the upper part of a manna ash sprout, from which thin stripes for basketweaving are obtained
mattezza {f} :: madness (all senses)
mattezza {f} :: nonsense
Mattia {prop} [biblical character] :: Matthias. the Italian equivalent of Matthias
Mattia {prop} :: given name
mattin {m} :: apocopic form of mattino
mattina {f} :: morning
mattinale {adj} :: morning (attributive)
mattinata {f} :: morning
mattinata {f} :: matinée
mattinataccia {f} :: A morning of bad weather or when things go wrong
mattiniero {m} :: early riser
mattiniero {m} :: lark
mattino {m} :: morning
matto {adj} :: mad, crazy
matto {m} :: madman
matto del barbiere {m} [chess] :: scholar's mate
mattoide {adj} :: nutty, screwy
mattolina {f} :: woodlark
mattonaia {f} :: brickyard, brickfield
mattonaio {m} :: brickmaker
mattonante {v} :: present participle of mattonare
mattonare {vt} :: To pave with bricks
mattonata {f} :: A blow with a brick
mattonato {adj} :: paved with bricks
mattonato {m} :: brick floor
mattoncino {m} :: small brick
mattoncino {m} :: A piece of tile etc used for making a mosaic floor
mattone {m} :: brick
mattone {m} [figuratively] :: building block
mattonella {f} :: tile
mattonellificio {m} :: tile factory
mattoniera {f} :: brick-moulding machine
mattonificio {m} :: brick factory
mattutino {adj} :: morning
maturabile {adj} :: accruable
maturamente {adv} :: ripely, maturely
maturanda {f} :: A candidate for the esame di maturità (female)
maturando {m} :: A candidate for the esame di maturità (male)
maturante {v} :: present participle of maturare
maturantesi {v} :: present participle of maturarsi
maturare {v} :: to ripen, reap
maturare {v} :: to mature
maturare {v} :: to accrue
maturarsi {v} :: reflexive of maturare
maturarsi {vr} :: to mature, ripen
maturarsi {vr} :: to grow up
maturatosi {v} :: past participle of maturarsi
maturazione {f} :: maturing
maturazione {f} :: maturation
maturità {f} :: maturity, adulthood
maturità {f} :: exam equivalent to A-level in the UK; the esame di maturità
maturo {adj} :: ripe, mature
matusa {mf} :: old fogey, fuddy-duddy
matusalemme {m} [colloquial] :: relic, fossil (decrepit old man)
Matusalemme {prop} [biblical character] :: Methuselah
mauritana {f} :: Mauritanian (female)
Mauritania {prop} :: Mauritania
mauritano {adj} :: Mauritanian
mauritano {m} :: Mauritanian
Mauritius {prop} :: Mauritius
mauriziana {f} :: Mauritian (female)
mauriziano {adj} :: Mauritian
mauriziano {m} :: Mauritian
Maurizio {prop} :: Maurice (male given name)
Mauro {prop} :: given name
mausoleo {m} [architecture] :: mausoleum
mavì {adj} [archaic, literary] :: sky blue
mavì {m} [archaic, literary] :: sky blue
max {abbr} :: (short form of massimo) max
maxi- {prefix} :: maxi-
maxi {adj} :: Having larger than normal dimensions
maxi {adj} [of clothing] :: Longer than normal
maxi {f} :: maxi (long skirt or dress)
maxicalcolatore {m} [computing, colloquial] :: mainframe (computer)
maxicappotto {m} :: maxicoat
maxiemendamento {m} :: All the amendments to a bill presented to parliament
maxigonna {f} :: maxidress, maxiskirt
maxillo- {prefix} :: maxillo-
maxillo-facciale {adj} [anatomy] :: maxillofacial
maximulta {f} :: An exceptionally heavy fine
maxiprocesso {m} :: Very long trial with a large number of co-defendants
maxischermo {m} :: A vary large TV screen used in a public space to relay concerts etc
Mazara del Vallo {prop} :: a town in the province of Trapani in Sicily in Italy
mazarese {adj} :: Of or relating to the Sicilian town of Mazara del Vallo or its inhabitants
mazarese {mf} :: A native or inhabitant of Mazara del Vallo
Mazaro {prop} :: A small river that flows in Sicily
mazurca {f} :: mazurka
mazza {f} :: baton
mazza {f} :: club (weapon)
mazza {f} :: mace (ceremonial weapon)
mazza {f} :: bat [sport]
mazza {f} :: sledgehammer
mazza {f} :: maul
mazza {f} :: mallet
mazza {f} [vulgar] :: penis
mazza {f} :: priest (tool for killing fishes)
mazzacavallo {m} :: well sweep (device, with a long poll, for raising water)
mazzacavallo {m} :: pile driver
mazza chiodata {f} [weaponry] :: morning star
mazza da baseball {f} [sports] :: baseball bat
mazza da croquet {f} [sports] :: croquet mallet
mazza da fabbro {f} [blacksmithing] :: sledgehammer, about-sledge
mazza di tamburo {f} [mushrooms] :: parasol mushroom (Macrolepiota procera)
mazzafegato {m} :: A type of salami from central Italy
mazza ferrata {f} [weaponry] :: mace
mazzafrusto {m} [weaponry] :: flail, chain mace
Mazzanti {prop} :: surname
mazzapicchio {m} :: poleaxe
mazzapicchio {m} :: cooper's mallet
mazzapicchio {m} :: tamper
mazzaranga {f} :: tamper (machine)
mazzarella {f} :: (in parts of Tuscany) A stick used (by a buttero) to herd oxen and horses
mazzata {f} :: A heavy blow
Mazzeo {prop} :: surname
Mazzeo {prop} :: given name
mazzeranga {f} :: tamper (in road-mending)
mazzeratura {f} :: A form of capital punishment in which a person was drowned inside a sack
mazzetta {f} :: bundle
mazzetta {f} :: wad (of money)
mazzetta {f} [by extension] :: bribe, backhander
mazzetta {f} :: mallet
mazzetto {m} :: diminutive of mazzo
mazzetto {m} :: posy, nosegay, tussie-mussie
Mazzi {prop} :: surname
mazziante {v} :: present participle of mazziare
mazziare {vt} :: To hit or beat
mazziere {m} :: mace bearer (in a procession)
mazziere {m} [card games] :: dealer
Mazzini {prop} :: surname
Mazzini {prop} :: Giuseppe Mazzini, Italian patriot
mazziniano {adj} :: Mazzinian
mazzo {m} :: bunch (of flowers, keys etc)
mazzo {m} [card games] :: pack, deck
mazzo {m} :: bottom, buttock
Mazzocchi {prop} :: surname
mazzolante {v} :: present participle of mazzolare
mazzolare {vt} :: To club (especially to beat to death with a club)
mazzolata {f} :: a blow with a mallet or club
mazzolatura {f} :: mazzatello (capital punishment using a mallet)
mazzolatura {f} :: An agrarian operation to drain marshy ground
mazzolino {m} :: diminutive of mazzo
mazzolino {m} :: posy, nosegay, bouquet
mazzuola {f} :: mallet
mazzuolo {m} :: mallet
mazzuolo {m} :: stonemason's hammer
mazzuolo {m} :: head of a golf club
mazzuolo {m} :: drumstick (of a bass drum)
me {pron} [disjunctive, emphatic] :: me
me {pron} :: alternative form of mi
meandro {m} :: meander
meandro {m} :: maze, labyrinth
Meandro {prop} :: Meander
meato {m} [anatomy] :: meatus
meato {m} :: Small, usually uncomfortable natural passage or tunnel
meatoscopia {f} [medicine] :: meatoscopy
mebezonio {n} [medicine] :: mebezonium
MEC {n} :: initialism of Mercato Comune Europeo
mecca {f} :: Mecca (attractive place)
meccanica {f} :: mechanics (science)
meccanica {f} :: mechanism
meccanica {f} :: mechanic (female)
meccanica {f} :: engineer (female)
meccanica classica {f} [physics] :: classical mechanics
meccanicamente {adv} :: mechanically
meccanica newtoniana {f} [mechanics, physics] :: Newtonian mechanics
meccanica quantistica {f} [physics] :: quantum mechanics
meccanicismo {m} :: mechanism (philosophical movement)
meccanicista {mf} :: mechanist
meccanicisticamente {adv} :: mechanistically
meccanicistico {adj} :: mechanistic
meccanicità {f} :: mechanicalness
meccanico {adj} :: mechanical
meccanico {adj} :: clockwork
meccanico {m} :: mechanic (male)
meccanico {m} :: engineer (male)
meccanismo {m} :: mechanism
meccanismo a molla {n} :: clockwork (mechanism powered by a coiled spring)
meccanizzabile {adj} :: mechanizable
meccanizzante {v} :: present participle of meccanizzare
meccanizzare {vt} :: to mechanize
meccanizzazione {f} :: mechanization
meccano- {prefix} :: mechano-
meccano {adj} :: Meccan
meccanocalorico {adj} [physics] :: mechanocaloric
meccanografia {f} :: data processing (mechanical)
meccanograficamente {adv} :: By means of data processing
meccanografico {adj} :: data processing (mechanical, attributive)
meccanografico {adj} :: punched-card (attributive)
meccanoterapia {f} [medicine] :: mechanotherapy
meccanotessile {adj} :: mechano-textile (spinning and weaving by machine)
meccatronica {f} :: mechatronics
meccatronica {f} :: electromechanics
meccatronico {adj} :: mechatronic, electromechanical
mecchi {n} :: plural of mecco
mecco {m} [obsolete, rare] :: adulterer
mecenate {m} :: patron (of the arts etc)
Mecenate {prop} :: Maecenas
mecenatico {adj} :: patron (attributive)
mecenatismo {m} :: patronage (of the arts etc)
meche {f} :: streak (artificial, in the hair)
mèche {f} :: streak (in the hair)
mechitarista {m} :: Mekhitarist, Mechitarist
Meclemburgo {prop} :: Mecklenburg
meco {prep} [archaic, literary] :: with me
meconio {m} :: meconium
meconio {m} :: opium
meda {f} [nautical] :: beacon
meda {f} :: feminine of medo
medaglia {f} :: medal
medaglia d'argento {f} :: silver medal
medaglia d'argento {f} :: silver medalist
medaglia di bronzo {f} :: bronze medal
medaglia di bronzo {f} :: bronze medalist
medaglia d'oro {f} :: gold medal
medaglia d'oro {f} :: gold medalist
medagliante {v} :: present participle of medagliare
medagliare {vt} :: To decorate with a medal
medagliato {adj} :: medaled, bemedaled (decorated with a medal)
medagliere {m} [sports] :: number of medals won; medal table (during a competition, such as the Olympic Games)
medagliere {m} :: collection of medals
medaglietta {f} :: Small medal
medaglietta {f} :: nametag (for a dog etc)
medaglione {m} :: medallion (all senses)
medaglione {m} :: locket
medaglista {mf} :: medalist / medallist (all senses)
medaglistica {f} :: Study, or design of medals
medaglistica {f} :: numismatics
Medardo {prop} :: given name
mede {n} :: plural of meda
mede {n} :: plural of meda
medesimamente {adv} :: likewise
medesimamente {adv} :: simultaneously
medesimità {f} :: sameness, identicalness
medesimo {adj} :: same, identical, equal
medesimo {adj} :: very
medesimo {pron} :: The same one
medi {n} :: plural of medio
medi {n} :: plural of medo
media {f} :: average, mean (especially an overall, average grade)
media {m} :: media
mediale {adj} [anatomy] :: medial
medialmente {adv} :: medially
mediamente {adv} :: on average, on the average
mediana {f} [statistics] :: median
mediana {f} [sports] :: halfway line
medianicità {f} :: mediumship
medianico {adj} :: extrasensory
medianismo {m} :: mediumistic phenomena
medianità {f} :: extrasensory powers
mediano {adj} :: median
mediano {m} :: median
mediano {m} [rugby] :: halfback
mediano di mischia {m} [rugby] :: scrum-half
mediante {prep} :: by, through, by means of, using
mediante {prep} [archaic or literary] :: because of, as a result of
mediante {f} [music] :: mediant
mediante {v} :: present participle of mediare
mediare {vt} :: to mediate
mediare {vt} :: (mathematics) to average
mediastinico {adj} :: mediastinal, mediastinic
mediastino {m} [anatomy] :: mediastinum
mediastinoscopia {f} [medicine] :: mediastinoscopy
mediatamente {adv} :: indirectly
mediateca {f} :: library of tapes, videos and similar media
mediatico {adj} :: media (attributive)
mediatizzazione {f} :: mediatization (all senses)
mediato {adj} :: indirect
mediato {adj} :: mediated
mediatore {m} :: mediator, negotiator
mediatore {m} :: middle man, agent
mediatore {m} [biology] :: mediator
mediatrice {f} :: mediator (female)
mediatrice {f} :: agent (female)
mediazione {f} :: mediation
mediazione {f} :: brokerage
medicabile {adj} :: treatable, curable, medicable
medicale {adj} :: medical
medicalizzante {v} :: present participle of medicalizzare
medicalizzare {vt} :: To medicalize
medicalizzazione {f} :: medicalization, medicalisation
medicalmente {adv} :: medically
medicamento {m} :: medication, medicine, medicament
medicamentoso {adj} :: medicinal
medicante {v} :: present participle of medicare
medicantesi {v} :: present participle of medicarsi
medicare {vt} :: To medicate, to dress, to treat
medicarsi {vr} :: To medicate oneself
medicastro {m} :: medicaster, quack (incompetent doctor of medicine)
medicato {adj} :: medicated
medicatore {m} [rare] :: One who heals or cures
medicatore {adj} :: healing, curing
medicatosi {v} :: past participle of medicarsi
medicatrice {f} :: feminine of medicatore
medicatura {f} :: dressing, medication
medicazione {f} [medicine] :: dressing
mediceo {adj} [historical] :: of or pertaining to the House of Medici family; Medici (attributive)
medichessa {f} [colloquial] :: midwife
Medici {prop} :: surname of a powerful and influential aristocratic Florentine family from the 13th to 17th centuries
medicina {f} :: medicine
medicinale {m} :: medicine
medicinale {m} :: drug
medicinale {adj} :: medicinal
medicinalmente {adv} :: medicinally
medicina veterinaria {f} :: veterinary medicine
medico {adj} :: medical
medico {m} [Medicine] :: doctor, physician
medico di famiglia {m} :: general practitioner, GP, family doctor
medico-legale {adj} :: forensic
mediconzolo {n} :: quack
medico-sociale {adj} :: medical and social
medico-specialistico {adj} :: specialist-medical
medicuccio {m} :: quack (doctor)
medietà {f} :: middleness, centrality
medieuropeo {adj} :: Central European
medievale {adj} :: medieval
medievalismo {m} :: medievalism, mediaevalism
medievalista {mf} :: medievalist, mediaevalist
medievalistica {f} :: medieval studies
medievalistico {adj} :: medievalism, mediaevalism (attributive)
medievalmente {adv} :: in a medieval manner
medievistica {f} :: medieval studies
medimno {m} :: medimnus
medio- {prefix} :: medio-
medio {m} [anatomy] :: middle finger, tall man
medio {adj} :: mean, average
Medio Campidano {prop} :: Province of Sardinia, Italy
mediocre {adj} :: mediocre, ordinary, middling
mediocre {adj} :: second-rate, poor, shoddy
mediocre {mf} :: mediocre person; mediocrity
mediocredito {m} :: medium-term credit (or an institution that provides it)
mediocremente {adv} :: ordinarily
mediocremente {adv} :: moderately
mediocremente {adv} :: poorly, scarcely
mediocrità {f} :: mediocrity
medioeuropeo {adj} :: Central European
medioevale {adj} :: alternative spelling of medievale
medioevo {s} :: Middle Ages
Medioevo {m} :: Middle Ages
mediogioco {m} [chess] :: middlegame
mediolanense {adj} :: Milanese
mediolanuto {adj} :: synonym of semilanuto
mediolaterale {adj} [anatomy] :: mediolateral
mediolatinità {f} :: literary and cultural traditions of Medieval Latin
mediolatino {m} :: Medieval Latin
medioleggero {m} :: welterweight
mediologia {f} :: media studies
mediologico {adj} :: media studies (attributive)
mediomassimo {m} :: light heavyweight
mediometraggio {m} :: A (short feature) film that lasts less than about 50 minutes
Medio Oriente {prop} [geography] :: Middle East
mediopalatale {adj} [anatomy] :: mediopalatal
mediopassivo {m} :: mediopassive (voice)
mediorientale {adj} :: Middle Eastern
medioteca {f} :: tape, video or other media library
meditabile {adj} :: That is worth meditation
meditabondo {adj} :: meditative, thoughtful
meditante {v} :: present participle of meditare
medita prima di agire {proverb} :: look before you leap
meditare {vt} :: To ponder over; to meditate on
meditare {vt} :: To plan; to think through
meditare {vi} :: To meditate; to muse
meditatamente {adv} :: meditatively
meditatamente {adv} :: deliberately
meditativamente {adv} :: meditatively, thoughtfully
meditativo {adj} :: meditative, thoughtful
meditato {adj} :: meditated
meditato {adj} :: premeditated
meditato {adj} :: planned, worked-out
meditatore {m} [rare, rare] :: thinker (one who thinks)
meditatore {m} [rare, figuratively] :: plotter (one who plots)
meditatrice {f} [rare, rare] :: thinker (one who thinks)
meditatrice {f} [rare, figuratively] :: plotter (one who plots)
meditazione {f} :: meditation
mediterraneità {f} :: The quality of being Mediterranean, Mediterranean essence or spirit
mediterraneo {adj} :: Mediterranean
Mediterraneo {prop} :: Mediterranean Sea
medo {adj} :: Median (pertaining to Media or Medes)
medo {m} :: Mede, Median (person from Media)
medo {m} :: Median (language)
Medoro {prop} :: given name
medulloblastoma {m} [oncology] :: medulloblastoma
medulloleso {adj} :: Having damage to the spinal cord
Meduna {prop} :: A river that flows in Friuli-Venezia Giulia
medusa {f} [animals] :: A jellyfish
Medusa {prop} [Greek mythology] :: Medusa
meduseo {adj} :: Medusa (attributive)
meduseo {adj} :: charming
meduseo {adj} :: frightening
meeting {m} :: meeting (gathering of people for a purpose)
mefisto {m} :: three-pointed woollen cap worn by skiers
Mefistofele {prop} :: Mephistopheles
mefistofelicamente {adv} :: in a Mephistophelean manner
mefistofelicamente {adv} :: sardonically, malignantly
mefistofelico {adj} :: Mephistophelean, Mephistophelian
mefistofelico {adj} :: sardonic, malignant, malefic, wicked
mefite {f} :: mephitis
mefite {f} :: skunk
mefiticamente {adv} :: mephitically
mefiticamente {adv} :: corruptly
mefitico {adj} :: mephitic
mefitico {adj} :: corrupt
mega- {prefix} :: mega- (all senses)
megabit {m} [computing] :: megabit
megabuco {m} [computing] :: Major bug, especially one involving a security issue
megabyte {m} [computing] :: megabyte
megacariocita {m} [biology] :: megakaryocyte
megacero {m} :: A large, extinct deer of the genus Megaloceros
megaciclo {m} :: megacycle
megacolon {m} [pathology] :: megacolon
megacomplesso {m} :: megacomplex
megaconcerto {m} [music] :: A very large concert (especially a pop concert)
megadiverso {adj} :: megadiverse
megafonista {mf} :: A person speaking through a megaphone / loudhailer / bullhorn
megafono {m} :: megaphone, loudhailer, bullhorn
megagalattico {adj} :: gigantic
megagrammo {m} :: megagram
megahertz {m} :: megahertz
megalite {m} :: megalith
megalitico {adj} :: megalithic
megalito {m} :: Variant of megalite
megalitro {m} :: megalitre
megalo- {prefix} :: megalo-
megaloblastico {adj} [cytology, pathology] :: megaloblastic
megaloblasto {m} [cytology, pathology] :: megaloblast
megalocefalia {f} :: megalocephaly, megacephaly
megalocefalo {adj} :: megalocephalic, megacephalic
megalodonte {m} :: megalodon
megalomane {adj} :: megalomaniac
megalomane {mf} :: megalomaniac
megalomania {f} :: megalomania
megalosauro {m} :: megalosaur
megaohm {m} :: megaohm
megapixel {m} :: megapixel
megapode {m} :: megapod, megapode
megapodio {m} :: megapode
megarese {adj} :: Of or from Megara
megarico {adj} :: Megaric
megaron {m} :: megaron
megaschermo {m} :: large screen (for showing film/video at an outdoor event)
megaspora {f} [botany] :: megaspore
megastore {m} :: superstore
megastruttura {f} :: megastructure
megateneo {m} :: A very large university, especially one with a reputation for being a party school
megaterio {m} :: megathere, megatherium
megaton {m} :: megaton
megatone {m} :: megaton
megattera {f} :: humpback whale (of genus Megaptera)
megavolt {m} :: megavolt
megawatt {m} :: megawatt
megawattora {m} :: megawatt-hour
megera {f} :: shrew (woman, not rodent)
megera {f} :: hag, trot
Megera {prop} [Greek god] :: Megaera
meglenoromeno {adj} :: Megleno-Romanian
meglenorumeno {adj} :: Megleno-Romanian, Moglenitic, Meglenitic
meglio {adj} :: (the) better, (the) best
meglio {adv} :: better
meglio {adv} :: (the) best
meglio {m} [singular only] :: the best thing, the best part
meglio {m} [singular only] :: the better
meglio tardi che mai {phrase} :: better late than never
meglio un uovo oggi che una gallina domani {proverb} :: a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush; better an egg today than a hen tomorrow
meharista {m} :: méharist (camel cavalry)
meiosi {f} [biology] :: meiosis
meiotico {adj} :: meiotic
meitnerio {m} [chemistry] :: meitnerium
Mekong {prop} :: Mekong
mela {f} :: apple (fruit)
mela cotogna {f} :: quince (fruit)
melacotogna {f} :: alternative spelling of mela cotogna
Melada {prop} :: Molat (island of Croatia)
mela della discordia {f} :: apple of discord
melafonino {m} [colloquial] :: iPhone
melagrana {f} :: pomegranate (fruit)
melagranata {f} :: pomegranate (fruit)
melagrano {m} :: (Variant of: melograno) pomegranate tree
melamina {f} [chemistry] :: melamine
melaminico {adj} :: melamine (attributive)
melammina {f} :: alternative spelling of melamina
melamminico {adj} [organic chemistry] :: melamine (attributive)
melampiro {m} :: cow-wheat (of genus Melampyrum)
Melampo {prop} [Greek mythology] :: Melampus
melancolia {f} [dated or psychiatry] :: alternative form of malinconia
melanconia {f} [chiefly psychiatry] :: alternative form of malinconia
melanconico {adj} :: alternative form of malinconico
melanesiano {adj} :: Melanesian
melanesiano {m} :: Melanesian
melangola {m} :: Seville orange, bitter orange (Citrus aurantium) (fruit)
melangolo {m} :: Seville orange, bitter orange (Citrus aurantium) (tree)
Melania {prop} :: given name corresponding to English Melanie
melanico {adj} :: melanic
melanina {f} :: melanin
melanismo {m} :: melanism
melanocita {m} [medicine] :: melanocyte
melanodermia {f} :: melanoderma
melanoide {adj} :: melanoid
melanoidina {f} [organic chemistry] :: melanoidin
melanoma {m} [oncology] :: melanoma
melanosi {f} [pathology] :: melanosis
Melantone {prop} :: Melanchthon (Philipp Melanchthon)
melanuria {f} [pathology] :: blackwater fever
melanzana {f} :: aubergine [British]; eggplant [US]
melanzana {f} [US, Italian-American slang] :: dummy (as though “eggplant-head”)
melanzane alla parmigiana {n} :: A southern Italian dish made from aubergines baked with tomato sauce and Parmesan cheese
melappio {m} :: A syrup, made from red apples, used as a popular cure for colds
melarancia {f} :: sweet orange, Citrus sinensis (fruit)
melarancio {m} :: sweet orange, Citrus sinensis (tree)
melario {m} :: honeycomb
melario {adj} :: honey (attributive)
melarosa {f} :: rose apple (Syzygium jambos) (fruit and tree)
mela selvatica {f} :: crabapple (fruit)
melasma {m} [pathology] :: melasma
melassa {f} :: molasses, treacle
melata {f} :: honeydew (sweet sticky substance)
melato {adj} :: honeyed (all senses)
melatonina {f} [organic compound] :: melatonin
melatoninergico {adj} :: melatoninergic
Melchiorre {prop} :: Melchior
Melchiorre {prop} :: given name
Melchisedec {prop} [biblical character] :: Melchizedek
melchita {adj} :: Melkite
Meleagro {prop} [Greek mythology] :: Meleager
mele cotte {n} :: stewed apples
Meleda {prop} :: Mljet (island of Croatia)
Melegnano {prop} :: A small town in the province of Milano in Lombardy
melena {f} [pathology] :: melena
melensaggine {f} :: nonsense
melensamente {adv} :: dully, stupidly
melensamente {adv} :: obtusely
melenso {adj} :: dull, stupid
melenso {adj} :: obtuse
melenzana {f} [obsolete or dialectal] :: alternative form of melanzana
meleto {m} :: an orchard of apple trees
Melfa {prop} :: A river that flows in Lazio
melica {f} :: melic poetry
melico {adj} :: melic
melifaga {f} :: honeybird
meliga {f} :: sorghum
meliga {f} :: maize
meliloto {m} :: sweet clover, melilot (of genus Melilotus)
melina {f} [football] :: A tactic, in the final minutes of a game, in which the winning side maintains possession of the ball with a series of short passes
melismatico {adj} [music] :: melismatic
melissa {f} :: lemon balm
Melissa {prop} :: given name, cognate to Melissa
Mella {prop} :: A river that flows in Lombardy
melletta {f} :: mud
mellifago {adj} :: melliphagous / meliphagous
mellifero {adj} [botany] :: melliferous
mellifero {adj} :: honey (attributive)
mellificante {v} :: present participle of mellificare
mellificare {vi} :: to make honey
mellificazione {f} :: honey-making
mellifluamente {adv} :: mellifluously
mellifluità {f} :: mellifluousness
mellifluo {adj} :: sugary, honeyed
mellifluo {adj} :: mellifluous
Mellina {prop} :: medieval spelling of Mechelen
mellite {f} [mineral] :: honeystone, mellite
mellito {adj} :: sweet, honeyed, suave
mellivora {f} :: ratel or honey badger (Mellivora)
mellofono {m} :: mellophone
melma {f} :: slime
melma {f} :: mud, muck
melma {f} :: slush
melmosità {f} :: sliminess, muddiness, slushiness
melmoso {adj} :: slimy
melmoso {adj} :: slushy, muddy
melo {m} :: apple tree, apple
melodia {f} [music] :: melody, tune
melodiare {v} :: To sing or play (music), following a melody
melodicamente {adv} :: melodically
melodico {adj} :: melodic
melodiosamente {adv} :: melodiously, musically
melodiosità {f} :: melodiousness
melodioso {adj} :: melodious, musical
melodista {mf} :: melodist
melodramma {m} :: melodrama
melodrammaticamente {adv} :: melodramatically
melodrammaticità {f} :: melodramatic quality or condition
melodrammatico {adj} :: melodramatic
melodrammatico {adj} :: awkwardly theatrical
melodrammatico {adj} :: corny, schmaltzy
melograna {f} :: pomegranate (especially the fruit)
melogranato {m} :: pomegranate tree
melogranato {m} :: pomegranate (fruit)
melograno {m} :: pomegranate tree
melologo {m} [music] :: melodrama
melolonta {f} :: cockchafer (of genus Melolontha)
melomane {mf} :: melomaniac
melomania {f} :: melomania
melonaio {m} :: melon field
meloncello {m} :: small melon, small musk melon
melone {m} :: melon, musk melon
melopea {f} [music] :: melopoeia
melopiano {m} [musical instruments] :: melopiano
melopsittaco {m} :: budgerigar (of genus Melopsittacus)
Meloria {prop} :: A rocky skerry situated off the coast of Tuscany, famous for the battle between Genoa and Pisa
melos {m} :: melody (poetic)
melo selvatico {m} :: crabapple (tree)
meloterapia {f} [music, medicine] :: music therapy
melozziano {adj} [arts] :: Pertaining to, or in the style of Melozzo da Forlì
Melpomene {prop} [Greek god] :: Melpomene
meltemi {m} :: etesian wind
melzese {m} :: Native or inhabitant of Melzo
melzese {adj} :: Of or from Melzo
Melzo {prop} :: A small town in the Milano province of Lombardia
mem {n} :: mem, specifically:
mem {n} :: The name of the Phoenician-script letter 𐤌
mem {n} :: The name of the Hebrew-script letter מ/ם
membra {f} :: limbs
membrana {f} [anatomy, botany] :: membrane
membrana cellulare {f} [cytology] :: cell membrane
membranaceo {adj} [anatomy, biology] :: membranous, membranaceous
membranaceo {adj} :: parchment (attributive, of a book or codex)
membrana nittitante {f} :: nictitating membrane
membrana sierosa {f} [anatomy] :: serous membrane
membrana sinoviale {f} [anatomy] :: synovial membrane
membraniforme {adj} :: membranous
membranofono {m} [music] :: membranophone
membranoso {adj} :: membranous
membrato {adj} :: membered
membrato {adj} [heraldry, of a bird] :: Having legs of a colour different to that of the body
membratura {f} :: frame, framework
membro {m} :: member (one who belongs to a a group; an element of a set)
membro {m} :: penis
membro {m} [anatomy, chiefly in the plural] :: member, limb
membro {m} :: arm
membro del parlamento {m} :: Member of Parliament, MP
membruto {adj} :: strong-limbed
meme {m} :: meme
memento {m} :: memento, keepsake
memento {m} :: warning
Memnone {prop} :: Memnon
memorabile {adj} :: memorable, unforgettable
memorabilità {f} :: memorability
memorabilmente {adv} :: memorably
memorandum {m} :: memorandum
memorare {vti} [obsolete, literary] :: To call to mind, to remember
memore {adj} :: retaining the memory (of something); mindful
memore {adj} [by extension] :: grateful
memoria {f} :: memory, recall
memoria {f} :: recollection, remembrance
memoria {f} :: note
memoria {f} :: monograph
memoria {adv} :: by heart
memoria cache {f} [computing] :: cache, cache memory
memoriale {adj} :: memorial, commemorative
memoriale {m} :: memoirs
memorialista {mf} :: memorialist
memoria tampone {f} [computing] :: buffer
memorizzabile {adj} :: memorizable
memorizzabile {adj} [computing] :: storable
memorizzante {v} :: present participle of memorizzare
memorizzare {vt} :: to memorize
memorizzare {vt} [computing] :: to store [data in memory]
memorizzato {adj} :: memorized
memorizzato {adj} :: stored (in computer memory)
memorizzazione {f} :: memory [especially computer memory]
men {adv} :: apocopic form of meno
mena {f} :: plot, conspiracy
menabò {m} :: layout (of a printed page)
menabrida {m} :: lathe carrier, lathe dog
menadito {m} :: Only used in the adverb a menadito
Menago {prop} :: A river that flows in Veneto
menagramo {mf} :: jinx, Jonah
menaide {f} :: A kind of drift net for catching sardines
Menalippo {prop} :: given name
Menandro {prop} :: Menander
menante {v} :: present participle of menare
menar {v} :: apocopic form of menare
menarca {m} [physiology] :: menarche
menare {vt} [slang] :: to hit, beat
menare {vt} [obsolete, literary] :: to take, lead [someone to a place]
menare {vt} [archaic] :: to drive (a vehicle)
menare {vt} [literary] :: to move forcibly; to drag, hurtle
menare {vt} :: to bring
menare {vt} [obsolete] :: to produce, beget
menare {vt} :: to pass, spend (time)
menare {vt} :: to move rapidly, shake, agitate
menare {vt} [by extension, rare, of a tool] :: to use
menare {vt} [of blows] :: to (forcefully) deal
menare il can per l'aia {v} [idiomatic] :: to beat around the bush
menare vanto {v} :: to blow one's own horn
menarola {f} :: brace (tool)
menata {f} :: beating, hiding
menata {f} :: lecture, telling-off
menatore {m} :: ox driver
mendace {adj} [archaic] :: mendacious, lying
mendacemente {adv} [archaic] :: untruthfully, mendaciously, deceitfully
mendacio {m} [literary] :: A lie or falsehood
mendacità {f} :: mendacity, lie, falsehood, deceit
mendelevio {m} [chemistry] :: mendelevium
mendeliano {adj} [genetics] :: Mendelian
mendelismo {m} :: Mendelism
mendicamente {adv} :: mendicantly
mendicante {adj} :: begging, mendicant
mendicante {mf} :: beggar, mendicant
mendicante {v} :: present participle of mendicare
mendicare {vi} :: To beg
mendicare {vt} :: To beg for
mendicità {f} :: mendicity, beggary
mendico {adj} :: mendicant
mendico {m} :: mendicant
mendoso {adj} [literary] :: imperfect, faulty
Mendrisio {prop} :: A small town in the Ticino canton of Switzerland
menefreghismo {m} :: An uncaring or couldn't-care-less attitude
menefreghista {adj} :: uncaring or couldn't-care-less
menefreghista {mf} :: A person with an uncaring or couldn't-care-less attitude
meneghino {adj} [colloquial] :: Milanese
meneghino {m} [colloquial] :: Milanese (person and dialect)
Menelao {prop} [Greek mythology] :: Menelaus
Menenio {prop} :: given name
menestrello {m} :: minstrel
Menfi {prop} :: Memphis (in ancient Egypt)
Mengolo {prop} :: surname
meninge {f} [anatomy] :: meninx
meninge {f} [in the plural, familiar] :: brains
meningeo {adj} [anatomy] :: meningeal
meningite {f} [pathology] :: meningitis
meningitico {adj} :: meningitic
meningococcico {adj} :: meningococcal
meningococco {m} [microbiology] :: meningococcus
menippeo {adj} :: Menippean
Menippo {prop} :: Menippus
meniscale {adj} [anatomy] :: meniscus (attributive)
meniscectomia {f} [surgery] :: meniscectomy
menisco {m} [anatomy] :: meniscus, a part of the knee
menisco {m} :: A lens that in convex on one surface and concave on the other
menisco {m} :: A meniscus; curved surface of a liquid
Menkent {prop} :: Menkent, the third brightest star in the constellation of Centaurus
Mennea {prop} :: surname
Mennea {prop} :: Pietro Mennea, Italian athlete
menno {adj} :: castrated
menno {adj} :: impotent
menno {adj} :: ineffective, incapable
Mennone {prop} :: alternative form of Memnone
mennonita {adj} :: Mennonite
mennonitismo {m} :: Mennonitism
meno- {prefix} :: meno- (all senses)
meno {adv} :: less
meno {adv} :: not; non-
meno {adv} [mathematics] :: minus
meno {adv} [music] :: less
meno {adj} :: less
Meno {prop} :: Main (German river)
Menocchia {prop} :: A small river that flows in Marche
menologio {m} :: menology
menomabile {adj} :: That can be diminished
meno male {interj} :: thank goodness!; That's a good thing!
meno male {interj} :: (followed by che) It's a good thing that..; It's a good job that..; It was lucky for me (or you, her, etc) that.
menomale {interj} :: Variant of meno male
menomamente {adv} :: alternative form of minimamente
menomante {v} :: present participle of menomare
menomare {vt} :: To maim or disable
menomato {adj} :: maimed
menomato {adj} :: disabled
menomazione {f} :: disablement
menopausa {f} :: menopause
menorragia {f} [medicine] :: menorrhagia
menorrea {f} :: menorrhagia, menorrhoea
menostasi {f} :: menostasis, amenorrhea
meno un quarto {m} :: quarter to
mensa {f} :: refectory
mensa {f} :: a meal, food on the table
mensa {f} :: a table
mensa {f} [uncommon] :: a Christian altar
menscevico {adj} :: Menshevist
menscevismo {m} :: Menshevism
mensile {adj} :: monthly
mensile {m} [publishing] :: monthly (publication that is published once a month)
mensilità {f} :: monthly payment, monthly salary
mensilità {f} :: monthly instalment
mensilità {f} :: monthly recurrence
mensilmente {adv} :: monthly
mensiocronologia {f} :: mensiochronology
mensola {f} [furniture] :: shelf
mensola {f} :: console, console table
mensola {f} :: cantilever
mensolina {f} :: shelf
menstruante {v} :: present participle of menstruare
menstruare {v} :: To menstruate
mensuale {adj} :: Variant of mensile
mensualità {f} :: Variant of mensilità
mensurale {adj} [music] :: mensuralist
mensuralismo {m} [music] :: mensuralism
menta {f} :: mint (plant and herb)
menta {f} :: peppermint (confection)
mentale {adj} :: mental (of the mind)
mentale {adj} [anatomy] :: mental, genial
mentale {adj} [muscle] :: mentalis, mentalis muscle
mentale {m} [muscle] :: mentalis
mentalità {f} :: mentality
mentalmente {adv} :: mentally
Mentana {prop} :: A small town in the province of Roma in Lazio
menta piperita {f} [plant] :: peppermint
mentastro {m} :: apple mint (Mentha suaveolens)
mentastro {m} :: water mint (Mentha aquatica)
mentastro {m} :: horse mint (Mentha longifolia)
mentastro {m} [regional] :: horehound
-mente {suffix} [productive] :: Used to form adverbs from adjectives; -wise, -ly, -ally
mente {f} :: mind
mentecatto {adj} :: half-witted
mentecatto {adj} :: imbecilic
mentecatto {m} :: half-wit
mentecatto {m} :: imbecile
mentente {v} :: present participle of mentire
mententesi {v} :: present participle of mentirsi
menticolo {adj} :: mint-growing (attributive)
mentina {f} :: peppermint
mentire {vi} :: to lie (tell an untruth)
mentirsi {v} :: reflexive of mentire
mentirsi {v} :: to lie (be untruthful)
mentitamente {adv} :: deceivingly
mentito {adj} :: false
mentito {adj} :: fake, sham, imitation
mentitore {m} :: liar
mentitosi {v} :: past participle of mentirsi
mentitrice {f} :: female liar
-mento {suffix} :: Forms nouns that represent the action of a related verb
mento {m} [anatomy] :: chin, mentum
mentolato {adj} :: mentholated
mentolo {m} [organic compound] :: menthol
mentonasco {m} :: Mentonasc
Mentone {prop} :: Menton (town in France)
mentoniera {f} :: chinrest
mentoniero {adj} [anatomy] :: genial, mental, mentum (attributive)
mentore {m} :: mentor
mentovante {v} :: present participle of mentovare
mentovare {vt} :: To mention
mentr {conj} :: apocopic form of mentre
mentre {conj} :: while; as (during the same time that)
mentre {conj} :: while; whilst; whereas (but in contrast...)
mentuccia {f} :: lesser calamint (Calamintha nepeta)
menu {m} :: menu
menù {m} :: Variant of menu
menzionabile {adj} :: mentionable
menzionante {v} :: present participle of menzionare
menzionare {vt} :: To mention
menzione {f} :: mention
menzogna {f} :: lie, falsehood, fib
menzognero {adj} :: false, untrue
meo {pron} :: obsolete form of mio
Mera {prop} :: A river that flows in Switzerland and Lombardy
Merak {prop} :: Merak, the fifth brightest star in the constellation of Ursa Major
meramente {adv} :: purely, merely
meranese {adj} :: Of or from Merano
meranese {mf} :: Native or inhabitant of Merano
Merano {prop} :: A town near Bolzano in Trentino-Alto Adige
meraviglia {f} :: (feeling) wonder, astonishment, amazement, surprise
meraviglia {f} :: (wonderful thing) wonder, marvel, astonishment
meravigliante {v} :: present participle of meravigliare
meravigliantesi {v} :: present participle of meravigliarsi
meravigliare {vt} :: to surprise, to amaze, to astonish
meravigliarsi {v} :: reflexive of meravigliare
meravigliarsi {vr} :: to cause surprise, cause amazement
meravigliarsi {vr} :: to be surprised, be astonished, marvel, wonder
meravigliatosi {v} :: past participle of meravigliarsi
meravigliosamente {adv} :: marvellously, wonderfully, perfectly
meraviglioso {adj} :: marvellous, wonderful, splendid, glorious
meraviglioso {m} :: the marvellous, the supernatural
Mercadante {prop} :: surname
Mercadante {prop} :: Saverio Mercadante, Italian composer
Mercalli {prop} :: surname
Mercalli {prop} :: Giuseppe Mercalli, Italian geologist
mercante {m} :: merchant, dealer, trader, monger
mercanteggiabile {adj} :: merchantable
mercanteggiamento {m} :: bargaining, haggling
mercanteggiante {v} :: present participle of mercanteggiare
mercanteggiare {vi} :: To haggle or bargain
mercanteggiare {vt} :: To sell
mercantesco {adj} :: merchant, trader (attributive)
mercantesco {adj} :: mercenary
mercantessa {f} :: (female) merchant, dealer, trader
mercantile {adj} :: merchant (attribute), mercantile, commercial
mercantile {m} :: merchant ship
mercantilismo {m} [economics] :: mercantilism
mercantilista {adj} :: mercantilist, mercantilistic
mercantilistico {adj} :: mercantilist, mercantilistic
mercantilmente {adv} :: commercially
Mercantini {prop} :: surname
Mercantini {prop} :: Luigi Mercantini, Italian poet
mercanzia {f} :: merchandise
mercanzia {f} :: poor quality goods, junk
mercaptano {m} [organic chemistry] :: mercaptan
mercare {vi} [obsolete] :: to trade, to deal, to sell
mercare {vt} [obsolete] :: to buy, to purchase
mercare {vt} [obsolete] :: to trade, to deal
mercare {v} [obsolete, figurative] :: to get, to obtain
mercare {v} [Central Italian, Southern Italian] :: to brand (to mark cattle with as proofof ownership)
Mercati {prop} :: surname
mercatino {m} :: A street market, a market or a small street market
mercatino dell'usato {m} :: rummage sale, jumble sale, garage sale
mercatino di Natale {m} :: Christmas market
mercatismo {m} :: The advocacy of free-market economic policies
mercatista {adj} :: marketist (attributive)
mercatista {mf} :: marketist
mercatistica {f} :: marketing
mercato {m} :: market (in all senses)
mercato azionario {m} :: stock market
mercato delle pulci {m} :: flea market, rummage sale, jumble sale
mercato finanziario {m} [finance, economics] :: financial market
mercatologia {f} :: marketing
mercatologia {f} :: market research
merce {f} :: goods, wares, merchandise, products, commodities
mercé {f} [archaic] :: recompense
mercé {f} [archaic, rare] :: merit
mercé {f} [dated] :: help, mercy, grace
mercé {f} [dated] :: thanks to, by way of
mercé {f} [dated] :: A stroke of luck, a fortunate event
mercé {interj} [archaic] :: have mercy!
mercé {interj} [archaic] :: please
mercé {interj} [archaic] :: thanks, thank you
mercedario {adj} :: mercy (attributive)
mercede {f} :: recompense
mercede {f} :: merit
mercede {f} :: pity
mercede {f} :: mercy
mercenariamente {adv} :: mercenarily
mercenario {adj} :: mercenary
mercenario {m} :: mercenary (soldier)
merceologia {m} :: The study of, or knowledge of commodities
merceologicamente {adv} :: commercially
merceologico {adj} :: Of or pertaining to the study of, or knowledge of commodities
merceologico {adj} :: commercial
merceria {f} :: haberdashery, haberdasher's
mercerizzante {v} :: present participle of mercerizzare
mercerizzare {vt} :: To mercerize (fabric)
mercerizzato {adj} :: mercerized
mercerizzazione {f} :: mercerization
merciaia {f} :: haberdasher
merciaio {m} :: haberdasher
mercificabile {adj} :: That can be commercialized
mercificante {v} :: present participle of mercificare
mercificare {vt} :: to commercialize, commodify
mercificazione {f} :: commercialization, commodification
mercimonio {m} :: trafficking (illicit trade)
mercoledì {m} :: Wednesday
Mercoledì delle Ceneri {m} :: Ash Wednesday
Mercoledì Santo {prop} :: Holy Wednesday, Spy Wednesday
mercuriale {adj} :: mercurial (all senses)
Mercuriale {prop} :: given name
mercurialismo {m} :: mercurialism (mercury poisoning)
mercuriano {adj} :: Mercurian
mercurico {adj} [inorganic chemistry] :: mercuric
mercurifero {adj} :: mercuriferous
mercurio {m} [chemistry] :: mercury
Mercurio {prop} :: Mercury (planet)
Mercurio {prop} :: Mercury (Roman god)
mercurocromo {m} :: Mercurochrome, Merbromin
mercuroso {adj} [inorganic chemistry] :: mercurous
Mercuzio {prop} :: Mercutio
merda {f} [vulgar, slang, figuratively] :: shit, crap (all senses)
merdaccia {f} :: shit, shitass (contemptible person)
merdaio {m} [vulgar] :: shithole (a place full of faeces, or a very dirty place)
merdaiolo {m} [vulgar] :: shithead (contemptible person)
merdata {f} [vulgar] :: crap (all senses)
merdina {mf} [vulgar] :: little shit (despicable person)
merdosamente {adv} [vulgar] :: shittily
merdoso {adj} [vulgar] :: shitty (all senses)
merenda {f} :: snack (usually an afternoon snack)
merenda {f} :: tea, break
merenda {f} :: picnic
merendina {f} :: A snack (item of food, usually sweet)
mereologia {f} [logic] :: mereology
meretrice {f} :: prostitute, whore
meretricio {m} :: prostitution, sluthood, slutdom, slutness
mergente {v} :: present participle of mergere
mergere {vt} :: to immerse
meriante {v} :: present participle of meriare
meriare {v} [dialectal, Tuscan] :: To take a midday siesta
mericarpo {m} [botany] :: mericarp
meridiana {f} [geography] :: meridian
meridiana {f} :: sundial, solar clock
meridiano {adj} :: meridian, midday [attributive], noon [attributive]
meridiano {m} [geography] :: a meridian
meridionale {adj} :: southern, south (attribute), meridional, southerly
meridionale {mf} :: southerner
meridionale {mf} :: South Italian
meridionalismo {m} :: A group of economic and social problems associated with the South of Italy
meridionalista {adj} :: Variant of meridionalistico
meridionalista {mf} :: An expert on the problem of the South
meridionalistico {adj} :: Of or pertaining to meridionalismo (economic and social problems associated with the South of Italy)
meridionalità {f} :: The property of being from Southern Italy; the spirit or essence of this region
meridionalizzante {v} :: present participle of meridionalizzare
meridionalizzare {vt} :: To southernize
meridionalizzazione {f} :: southernization
meridionalmente {adv} :: in a southern manner
meridionalmente {adv} :: southerly
meridione {m} :: south
meridione {m} :: South (southern region)
meridiungulato {m} :: meridiungulate
meriggiante {v} :: present participle of meriggiare
meriggiare {vi} :: To rest at noon (in the shade)
meriggio {m} :: midday
meringa {f} :: meringue
meringata {f} :: cake or pie topped with meringue
Merisi {prop} :: surname
Merisi {prop} :: Michelangelo Merisi, Italian painter, better known as Caravaggio
meristema {m} [botany] :: meristem
meristematico {adj} [botany] :: meristematic
meristico {adj} :: meristic
meritante {v} :: present participle of meritare
meritantesi {v} :: present participle of meritarsi
meritare {vt} :: to deserve, merit
meritare {vt} [followed by di and passive] :: to be worth, to be worthing
meritare {vt} :: to earn
meritarsela {v} :: to deserve it; to get one's comeuppance
meritarsi {v} :: reflexive of meritare
meritarsi {vr} :: to deserve
meritarsi {vr} :: to be worth
meritatamente {adv} :: deservedly
meritatissimo {adj} :: well deserved
meritatosi {v} :: past participle of meritarsi
meritevole {adj} :: worthy (of),, deserving
meritevolmente {adv} :: deservingly
merito {adj} [obsolete, literary] :: deserved
merito {adj} [obsolete, literary, rare] :: deserving, worthy
merito {m} :: merit
meritocraticamente {adv} :: meritocratically
meritocratico {adj} :: meritocratic
meritocrazia {f} :: meritocracy
meritoriamente {adv} :: deservingly, meritoriously
meritorio {adj} :: deserving, meritorious
meritoso {adj} :: worthy, deserving
merla {f} :: blackbird (hen)
merla {f} [heraldiccharge] :: martlet
merlango {m} :: whiting (Merlangius merlangus)
merlano {m} :: alternative form of merlango
merlante {v} :: present participle of merlare
merlare {vt} :: To crenellate
merlato {adj} :: fortified
merlato {adj} :: crenelated
merlatura {f} :: battlements
merlettaia {f} :: lacemaker
merlettante {v} :: present participle of merlettare
merlettare {vt} :: To trim or decorate with lace
merlettatura {f} :: lace trimming or decoration
merletto {m} :: lace
merlino {m} :: marline
Merlino {prop} :: Merlin
merlo {n} :: merlon
merlo {n} :: blackbird
merlo {n} [slang] :: pushover or weakling
merlo {n} [slang] :: sucker, patsy, or dupe; a chump
merlo acquaiolo {m} :: white-throated dipper (Cinclus cinclus)
merlo dal collare {m} :: ring ouzel
merlo indiano {m} :: hill myna
merlone {m} :: merlon
merlotto {m} :: Young blackbird
merlotto {m} :: martlet
merlotto {m} :: fool, simpleton
merlotto {m} [heraldiccharge] :: martlet
merluzzo {m} :: cod
-mero {suffix} :: -mere, -mer (forming nouns)
-mero {suffix} :: -merous, -meric (forming adjectives)
mero {adj} :: pure, simple, sheer
meroblastico {adj} :: meroblastic
merocrino {adj} :: merocrine
meroitico {adj} :: Meroitic
meromittico {adj} :: meromictic
merope {m} :: bee-eater
Meroveo {prop} :: Merovech
Meroveo {prop} :: given name
Merovingi {prop} :: Merovingians
merovingico {adj} :: Merovingian
merovingio {adj} :: Merovingian
Merovingio {prop} [chiefly in the plural] :: Merovingian
Merse {prop} :: A river that flows in Tuscany
mersì {interj} :: thanks! thank you!
mersì bocù {interj} :: thank you very much!
merto {m} [poetic] :: alternative form of merito
merto {m} :: merit
mesata {f} :: A month's pay
mesata {f} :: Approximately a month
mescalina {n} [organic compound] :: mescaline
mescente {v} :: present participle of mescere
mescere {vt} :: To pour (out)
meschinamente {adv} :: meanly, pettily, scantily, shabbily, poorly
meschinità {f} :: meanness, pettiness
meschinità {f} :: stinginess
meschino {adj} :: wretched
meschino {adj} :: mean, sleazy
meschino {adj} :: narrow-minded
meschino {adj} :: petty
meschino {adj} :: poor (used to express commiseration in Liguria)
meschino {m} :: wretch
Meschio {prop} :: A river that flows in Veneto
mesciante {v} :: present participle of mesciare
mesciare {v} [obsolete] :: To mix or stir
mescibile {adj} :: pourable
mescibile {adj} :: Variant of miscibile
mescita {f} :: pouring (out)
mescita {f} :: tavern; wine shop
mescitore {m} :: barman
mescitrice {f} :: barmaid
mescola {f} [chemistry] :: mix, mixture
mescolabile {adj} :: mixable
mescolamento {m} :: mixing
mescolamento {m} :: blending
mescolamento {m} :: stirring
mescolamento {m} :: shuffling
mescolante {v} :: present participle of mescolare
mescolantesi {v} :: present participle of mescolarsi
mescolanza {f} :: mixture
mescolanza {f} :: blend
mescolanza {f} :: medley
mescolare {vt} :: to mix
mescolare {vt} :: to stir
mescolare {vt} :: to blend
mescolare {vt} [card games] :: to shuffle
mescolarsi {vr} :: To mix
mescolarsi {vr} :: To get mixed up
mescolata {f} :: stir (of a mixture)
mescolata {f} :: shuffle (of cards)
mescolatamente {adv} :: mixedly
mescolato {adj} :: mixed
mescolato {adj} :: blended
mescolatore {m} :: mixer
mescolatore {adj} :: mixing
mescolatosi {v} :: past participle of mescolarsi
mescolatura {f} :: mixing, blending
mescolio {m} :: mixing, mingling
mescuglio {m} :: Variant of miscuglio
mese {m} :: month
mese lunare {m} :: lunar month
mesencefalico {adj} :: mesencephalic
mesencefalo {n} :: midbrain
mesenchima {m} [anatomy] :: mesenchyme
mesenchimale {adj} :: mesenchymal
mesentere {m} [anatomy] :: mesentery
mesenterico {adj} [anatomy] :: mesenteric
mesenterio {m} :: alternative form of mesentere
mesenterite {f} [pathology] :: mesenteritis
mesetto {m} :: About a month
Mesia {prop} :: Moesia
mesilato {m} [organic chemistry] :: mesylate
mesile {m} [organic chemistry] :: mesyl
mesiversario {m} [neologism] :: mensiversary, monthiversary
mesmerico {adj} :: mesmeric
mesmerismo {m} :: mesmerism
mesmerizzante {v} :: present participle of mesmerizzare
mesmerizzare {vt} :: To mesmerize
meso- {prefix} :: meso-
Mesoamerica {prop} :: Mesoamerica
mesoamericano {adj} :: Mesoamerican
mesocarpio {m} [botany] :: mesocarp
mesocarpo {m} [botany] :: mesocarp
mesocefalia {f} :: mesocephaly
mesocefalo {adj} :: mesocephalic
mesocolon {m} [anatomy] :: mesocolon
mesoderma {m} [anatomy] :: mesoderm
mesodermico {adj} :: mesodermal
mesoeconomia {f} [economics] :: mesoeconomics
mesofase {f} [physics] :: mesophase
mesofillo {m} [botany] :: mesophyll
mesofilo {adj} [biology] :: mesophyllic
mesofita {f} [botany] :: mesophyte
mesogastrio {m} [anatomy] :: mesogastrium
mesogea {adj} :: Mesogean
Mesolcina {prop} :: A mountain valley in the Ticino and Grigioni cantons of Switzerland
mesolitico {adj} :: Mesolithic (attributive)
mesolitico {m} :: Mesolithic
mesologia {f} [biology] :: mesology
mesomeria {f} [chemistry] :: mesomerism, resonance
mesomero {adj} [chemistry] :: mesomeric
mesomero {m} [biology] :: mesomere
mesomorfico {adj} :: mesomorphic
mesomorfismo {m} [zoology] :: mesomorphy
mesomorfo {adj} :: mesomorphic, mesomorphous
mesone {m} [physics] :: meson
mesone rho {m} [physics] :: rho meson
mesonfalo {m} :: navel
mesonico {adj} :: mesonic
mesoplodonte {m} :: mesoplodont whale
Mesopotamia {prop} :: Mesopotamia
mesopotamico {adj} :: Mesopotamian
mesoregione {f} :: mesoregion
mesosfera {f} :: mesosphere
mesosoma {m} :: mesosome
mesoteliale {adj} :: mesothelial
mesotelio {m} [anatomy] :: mesothelium
mesotelioma {m} [oncology] :: mesothelioma
mesoterapia {f} :: mesotherapy
mesotorio {m} [physics] :: mesothorium
mesotrone {m} [physics] :: mesotron
mesozoico {adj} :: Mesozoic
mesozona {f} [geology] :: mesozone
mesozoo {m} :: mesozoon
messa {f} :: mass (in religion)
messa {f} :: setting, putting, laying
messa {f} [agriculture] :: sprout, shoot, bud
Messa {f} :: Mass
messa al bando {f} :: ban
messa al bando {f} :: banishment
messaggera {f} :: female messenger
messaggeria {f} [chiefly in the plural] :: distributor (of freight); haulier (company)
messaggeria {f} [computing] :: messaging
messaggeria vocale {f} :: voice mail (system)
messaggero {m} :: messenger
messaggiante {v} :: present participle of messaggiare
messaggiare {vt} :: To text, text message, SMS or message
messaggiero {m} :: alternative form of messaggero
messaggino {m} [familiar] :: SMS
messaggio {m} :: message
messaggio di posta elettronica {m} :: email
messaggio e-mail {m} :: email
messaggio email {m} :: alternative spelling of messaggio e-mail
messaggio subliminale {m} :: subliminal message
messaggistica {f} [Internet] :: messaging, chat (transmission of messages via electronic networks)
messa in piega {f} :: styling, set, perm (ladies hair treatment)
messa in scena {f} :: dramatization
messale {m} :: missal, Mass book
Messapi {prop} :: Messapians / Messapii
messapico {adj} :: Messapian
messe {f} [literary] :: harvest, reaping, wheat, corn, crop
messe {n} :: plural of messa
messer {m} [obsolete] :: Form of address equivalent to signore
messere {m} [obsolete] :: Form of address equivalent to signore
messia {m} :: messiah
Messia {prop} :: the Messiah
messianicamente {adv} :: messianically
messianicità {f} :: Messiahship
messianico {adj} :: messianic
messianismo {m} :: messianism
messicana {f} :: Mexican (female)
messicano {m} :: A Mexican
messicano {adj} :: Mexican
Messico {prop} :: Mexico
messicolo {adj} :: cereal-production (attributive)
messicolo {adj} [botany, of a plant] :: That grows amongst cereal crops
messidoro {m} [historical] :: Messidor (the tenth month of the French Republican Calendar)
Messina {prop} :: Messina (province)
Messina {prop} :: Messina (city)
messinese {mf} :: A native or inhabitant of Messina
messinese {adj} :: Of or relating to Messina or the Messina people
messiniano {m} [geology] :: Messinian
messinscena {f} :: mise en scène
messinscena {f} :: production (film etc)
messinscena {f} :: performance
messo {m} :: messenger
messo {m} :: usher
messo {adj} :: (in combination) badly-off (poor) or well-off (rich)
messo {adj} :: (in combination) in good or bad health
messo al bando {v} :: past participle of mettere al bando
messo assieme {v} :: put together
messo assieme {v} :: past participle of mettere
messoci {v} :: past participle of metterci
messosi {v} :: past participle of mettersi
mestamente {adv} :: sadly
mestante {v} :: present participle of mestare
mestare {vt} :: To stir
mestare {vi} :: To plot or scheme
mestatoio {m} :: stirrer, mixer
mestatoio {m} :: stirring or mixing spoon
mestatore {m} :: stirrer (person, all senses)
me stessa {pron} :: myself
me stesso {pron} :: myself
mestica {f} :: primer (paint)
mestica {f} :: priming
mesticante {v} :: present participle of mesticare
mesticanza {f} :: mixed salad
mesticare {vt} :: to prime (apply primer)
mesticare {vt} :: to mix paint
mesticatore {m} :: paint dealer or seller
mesticheria {f} :: paint shop
mestichino {m} :: A palette knife
mestierante {adj} :: lowering a profession or art to mere occupation
mestierante {mf} :: One who lowers their profession or art to mere occupation
mestiere {m} :: trade, craft, job, occupation, profession, work
mestiere {m} :: skill, expertise, experience
mestiere {m} [northern Italy, in the plural] :: housework, household chores
mestissimo {adj} :: Very sad
mestizia {f} :: sadness
mesto {adj} :: sad
mestola {f} :: ladle, dipper
mestola {f} :: trowel
mestolame {m} :: spoons and ladles collectively
mestolata {f} :: ladleful
mestolata {f} :: blow with a ladle
mestolo {m} :: ladle, dipper, scoop
mestolone {m} :: shoveler - bird
Mestre {prop} :: A town in the commune of Venezia
mestrino {m} :: A native or inhabitant of Mestre
mestrino {adj} :: Of or relating to Mestre or the Mestre people
mestruale {adj} :: menstrual
mestruante {v} :: present participle of mestruare
mestruare {v} :: alternative form of menstruare
mestruazione {f} :: menstruation
mestruazione {f} [in the plural] :: menses, period
mestruo {m} :: menstrual fluid
meta- {prefix} :: meta-
meta {f} :: destination
meta {f} :: aim, goal, end
meta {f} [rugby] :: try
meta {f} [football] :: goal
meta {f} [archaeology] :: meta
meta {f} :: pile of straw
meta {f} :: haystack
meta {f} :: dung (of a farm animal)
meta {m} [organic compound] :: metaldehyde
Meta {prop} :: A small town in the province of Napoli
metà {f} :: half
metà {f} :: centre, mid-
metabasi {f} :: metabasis
metabiologia {f} :: metabiology
metabisolfito {m} [inorganic chemistry] :: metabisulfite
metabolicamente {adv} :: metabolically
metabolico {adj} :: metabolic
metabolismo {m} :: metabolism
metabolita {m} [biochemistry] :: metabolite
metabolito {m} [biochemistry] :: metabolite
metabolizzante {v} :: present participle of metabolizzare
metabolizzare {vt} :: To metabolize
metabolizzazione {f} [biochemistry] :: metabolization
metacarpale {adj} [skeleton] :: metacarpal
metacarpale {m} [skeleton] :: metacarpal, metacarpal bone
metacarpo {m} [skeleton] :: metacarpus
metacentrico {adj} :: metacentric
metacentro {m} :: metacentre / metacenter
metacognitivo {adj} :: metacognitive
metacolina {f} [medicine] :: metacholine
metaconversazione {f} :: metadiscussion, metadiscourse
metacrilato {m} [organic chemistry] :: methacrylate
metacrilico {adj} [organic chemistry] :: methacrylic
metacromasia {f} :: metachromasia
metacronale {adj} :: metachronal
metadatazione {f} [computing] :: The compilation and characterization of metadata
metadato {m} [computing] :: metadata
metadone {m} [pharmacology] :: methadone
metaemoglobina {f} :: Variant of metemoglobina
metaemoglobinemia {f} :: Variant of metemoglobinemia
metaeuristica {f} :: metaheuristic(s)
metafase {f} [genetics] :: metaphase
metafasico {adj} :: metaphase (attributive)
metafilassi {f} :: metaphylaxis
metafilosofia {f} :: metaphilosophy
metafisi {f} [skeleton] :: metaphysis
metafisica {f} :: metaphysics
metafisicamente {adv} :: metaphysically
metafisicità {f} :: The condition of being metaphysical
metafisico {adj} :: metaphysical
metafisico {m} :: metaphysician
metafita {f} [botany] :: metaphyte
metafonesi {f} :: metaphony
metafonesi {f} :: umlaut
metafonetico {adj} :: metaphonetic
metafora {f} :: metaphor
metafora {f} :: trope
metafora {f} :: figure of speech
metaforeggiante {v} :: present participle of metaforeggiare
metaforeggiare {vt} :: To metaphorize
metaforicamente {adv} :: metaphorically, figuratively
metaforico {adj} :: metaphoric, metaphorical, figurative
metaforizzante {v} :: present participle of metaforizzare
metaforizzare {vt} :: to metaphorize
metafosfato {m} :: metaphosphate
metafosfato di sodio {m} [inorganic compound] :: sodium metaphosphate
metafosforico {adj} :: metaphosphoric
metagalassia {f} [astronomy] :: metagalaxy
metagenesi {f} [biology] :: metagenesis
metagenetico {adj} :: metagenetic
metagenoma {m} [genetics] :: metagenome
metagenomica {f} [genetics] :: metagenomics
metagenomico {adj} [genetics] :: metagenomic
metagnomia {f} :: metagnomy
metal {m} [music] :: metal
metaldeide {f} [organic compound] :: metaldehyde
metaldetector {m} :: metal detector
metalimnico {adj} :: metalimnic
metalimnio {m} :: metalimnion
metalinguaggio {m} :: metalanguage
metalinguistica {f} :: metalinguistics
metalinguisticamente {adv} :: metalinguistically
metalinguistico {adj} :: metalinguistic
metallara {f} :: (female) metalhead, heavy metal freak
metallaro {m} :: metalhead, heavy metal freak
metallescente {adj} :: metallic (in appearance)
metallicamente {adv} :: metallically
metallicità {f} :: metallicity
metallico {adj} :: metal (attribute), metallic
metallifero {adj} :: metalliferous
metallina {f} :: matte (metallurgy)
metallismo {m} :: metallism
metallizzante {v} :: present participle of metallizzare
metallizzare {vt} :: to metallize
metallizzato {adj} :: metallized
metallizzato {adj} :: metallic (paint)
metallizzazione {f} :: metallization, metallizing
metallo {m} :: metal
metallo {m} [heraldry] :: metal
metallocarbonile {m} [inorganic chemistry] :: metal carbonyl
metallocene {m} [chemistry] :: metallocene
metallochimica {f} [chemistry] :: chemistry of metals
metallofagia {f} :: metallophagia
metallofobia {f} :: metallophobia
metallofono {m} [musical instruments] :: metallophone
metallografico {adj} :: metallographic
metallografo {m} :: metallographer
metalloide {m} :: metalloid, semimetal
metalloproteina {f} [protein] :: metalloprotein
metallorganico {adj} [organic chemistry] :: metallorganic
metallotioneina {f} [protein] :: metallothionein
metallurgia {f} :: metallurgy
metallurgico {adj} :: metallurgical
metallurgico {m} :: metal worker
metallurgico {m} :: metallurgist
metallurgista {mf} :: metallurgist
metalmeccanico {adj} :: engineering (metal working, not the profession) (attributive)
metalmeccanico {m} :: metal worker
metameria {f} [chemistry] :: metamerism
metamerico {adj} :: metameric
metamero {m} [chemistry] :: metamer
metamero {m} [biology] :: metamere
metamfetamina {f} :: alternative spelling of metanfetamina
metamittico {adj} [mineralogy] :: metamictic
metamorfico {adj} :: metamorphic
metamorfismo {m} [geology] :: metamorphism
metamorfizzante {v} :: present participle of metamorfizzare
metamorfizzare {v} [geology] :: To metamorphose
metamorfizzazione {f} [geology] :: metamorphosis
metamorfosante {v} :: present participle of metamorfosare
metamorfosantesi {v} :: present participle of metamorfosarsi
metamorfosare {vt} :: To metamorphose
metamorfosarsi {vr} :: To metamorphose
metamorfosatosi {v} :: past participle of metamorfosarsi
metamorfosi {f} :: metamorphosis
metamotore {m} [Internet] :: metasearch engine
metanalisi {f} :: meta-analysis
metanavigazione {f} :: metanavigation
metanfetamina {f} :: methamphetamine
metania {f} :: metania
metanico {adj} :: methane (or natural gas, attributive)
metaniera {f} :: LNG carrier
metaniero {adj} :: methane, natural gas (attributive)
metanifero {adj} :: methaniferous (that produces methane)
metanizzante {v} :: present participle of metanizzare
metanizzare {vt} :: to supply with methane [or natural gas]
metanizzare {vt} :: to convert to use methane [as a fuel]
metanizzazione {f} :: supply of methane [or natural gas]
metanizzazione {f} :: conversion to use methane [as a fuel]
metano {m} [organic compound] :: methane
metanodotto {m} :: methane (or natural gas) pipeline
metanogenesi {f} :: methanogenesis
metanogenico {adj} :: methanogenic
metanogeno {m} :: methanogen
metanoico {adj} [organic chemistry] :: methanoic
metanolato {m} :: methoxide, methanolate
metanolato di sodio {m} :: sodium methoxide, sodium methanolate
metanolisi {f} [organic chemistry] :: methanolysis
metanolo {m} [organic compound] :: methanol
metaplasia {f} [biology] :: metaplasia
metaplasma {m} [biology] :: metaplasm
metaplasmo {m} :: metaplasm (figure of speech)
metapontino {adj} :: Relating to Metaponto
Metaponto {prop} :: A small town (ancient Greek colony) in the Matera province of Basilicata
metapopolazione {f} :: metapopulation
metapsichica {f} :: metapsychics
metapsichico {adj} :: metapsychic
metapsichista {mf} :: metapsychist
metapsicologia {f} [psychology] :: metapsychology
metascientifico {adj} :: metascientific
metasedimento {m} :: metasediment
metasemia {f} [linguistics] :: change of meaning
metasilicato {m} [inorganic chemistry] :: metasilicate
metasilicico {adj} [inorganic chemistry] :: metasilicic
metasomatico {adj} [geology] :: metasomatic
metasomatismo {m} [geology] :: metasomatism
metastabile {adj} :: metastable
metastasi {f} [oncology] :: metastasis
metastate {m} :: metastate
metastatico {adj} :: metastatic
metastatizzante {v} :: present participle of metastatizzare
metastatizzare {vi} :: to metastasize
metastato {m} [physics] :: metastate
metastoricità {f} :: The condition of being metahistorical
metastorico {adj} :: metahistorical
metatalamo {m} [anatomy] :: metathalamus
metatarsale {adj} [skeleton] :: metatarsal
metatarsale {m} [skeleton] :: metatarsal, metatarsal bone
metatarsalgia {f} [pathology] :: pain in the region of the metatarsal bones; tarsalgia
metatarso {m} [skeleton] :: metatarsus
metatartarico {adj} [organic chemistry] :: metatartaric
metatasi {f} :: metathesis
metateatrale {adj} :: metatheatrical
metateatro {m} :: metatheatre
metatelevisivo {adj} :: metatelevisual
metatesi {f} :: metathesis (all senses)
metateticamente {adv} :: metathetically
metatetico {adj} :: metathetic
metato {m} [regional] :: A shed, typical of Tuscany, where chestnuts are dried up
metatorace {m} :: metathorax
metatoracico {adj} :: metathoracic
metatungstato {m} [inorganic chemistry] :: metatungstate
metaumano {adj} :: metahuman
metaumano {m} :: metahuman
Metauro {prop} :: A river that flows in Marche
metazoo {m} :: metazoan
meteco {adj} :: metic
Metella {prop} :: surname
Metello {prop} :: given name
metemoglobina {f} [biochemistry] :: methemoglobin
metemoglobinemia {f} [pathology] :: methemoglobinemia
metempirico {adj} [philosophy] :: metempiric, metempirical
metempsicosi {f} :: metempsychosis
meteo {adj} :: meteorological
meteo {m} :: weather forecast (radio or TV program)
meteoclimatico {adj} :: Relating to weather and climate
meteomarina {adj} :: weather at sea (attributive)
meteopatico {adj} :: alternative form of meteoropatico
meteora {f} [astronomy] :: meteor
meteorico {adj} :: meteoric (all senses)
meteorina {f} :: The presenter of a TV weather forecast
meteorismo {m} [pathology] :: meteorism
meteorite {mf} :: meteorite
meteoritico {adj} :: meteoritic; meteor (attributive)
meteoro- {prefix} :: weather
meteorografia {f} :: meteorography
meteorografo {m} :: meteorograph
meteorogramma {m} :: meteorogram
meteorologa {f} :: meteorologist (female)
meteorologia {f} :: meteorology
meteorologicamente {adv} :: meteorologically
meteorologico {adj} :: meteorologic, meteorological
meteorologo {m} [meteorology] :: meteorologist
meteoropatia {f} [pathology] :: meteoropathy
meteoropatico {adj} :: meteoropathic
meticcia {f} :: half-caste, half-breed
meticcia {f} :: crossbreed
meticcia {f} :: mongrel, pooch (dog)
meticciamento {m} :: crossbreeding
meticciamento {m} :: interbreeding
meticciato {adj} :: crossbreed
meticciato {m} :: miscegenation (of races)
meticcio {m} :: half-caste, half-breed
meticcio {m} :: crossbreed
meticcio {m} :: mongrel, pooch (dog)
meticolosaggine {f} :: pedantry, fastidiousness
meticolosamente {adv} :: meticulously
meticolosamente {adv} :: carefully
meticolosità {f} :: meticulousness
meticoloso {adj} :: meticulous
metil- {prefix} [organic chemistry] :: methyl-
metilammina {n} [organic compound] :: methylamine
metilante {v} :: present participle of metilare
metilarancio {n} [organic compound] :: methyl orange
metilare {vt} :: [organic chemistry] To methylate
metilasi {f} [enzyme] :: methylase
metilato {m} :: methoxide, methanolate
metilato {adj} :: methylated
metilato di sodio {m} :: metanolato di sodio
metilazione {f} :: methylation
metilcellulosa {f} [organic compound] :: methylcellulose
metilcitosina {f} [organic compound] :: methylcytosine
metile {m} [chemistry] :: methyl
metilene {m} [organic chemistry] :: methylene
metilenico {adj} [organic chemistry] :: methylenic; methylene (attributive)
metilesterasi {f} [enzyme] :: methylesterase
metilfenidato {m} [medicine] :: methylphenidate
metilglutaconico {adj} [biochemistry] :: methylglutaconic
metilguanina {f} [organic compound] :: methylguanine
metilguanosina {f} [organic compound] :: methylguanosine
metilico {adj} :: methyl (attributive)
metilmercuriale {adj} :: methylmercury (attributive)
metilmercurio {m} [organic compound] :: methylmercury
metilterbutiletere {m} [organic compound] :: methyl tert-butyl ether
metiltransferasi {f} [enzyme] :: methyltransferase
metimazolo {m} [medicine] :: methimazole
metionina {f} [amino acid] :: methionine
metodicamente {adv} :: methodically
metodicità {f} :: methodicalness
metodico {adj} :: methodical
Metodio {prop} :: given name
metodismo {m} :: Methodism
metodista {adj} :: Methodist
metodista {mf} :: Methodist
metodistico {adj} :: Methodist (attributive)
metodizzante {v} :: present participle of metodizzare
metodizzare {vt} :: To methodize
metodo {m} :: method
metodologia {f} :: methodology
metodologia {f} :: A method
metodologicamente {adv} :: methodologically
metodologico {adj} :: methodological
metodologo {m} :: methodologist
metodo scientifico {m} :: scientific method
Metone {prop} [Greek mythology] :: Methone
Metone {prop} [astronomy] :: A moon of Saturn
metonico {adj} :: Metonic
metonimia {f} :: metonymy
metonimicamente {adv} :: metonymically
metonimico {adj} :: metonymic, metonymical
metonimo {m} :: metonym
metonomasia {f} [linguistics] :: metonomasy
metopa {f} :: metope
metoprololo {m} [medicine] :: metoprolol
metossi {m} [organic chemistry] :: methoxy
metossile {m} [organic chemistry] :: methoxyl
metotressato {m} :: alternative form of metotrexato
metotrexate {m} [medicine] :: methotrexate
metotrexato {m} [medicine] :: methotrexate
metraggio {m} :: length (of cloth)
metraggio {m} :: footage (film)
metralgia {f} [pathology] :: pain in the area of the womb
metratura {f} :: measurement (in metres)
metratura {f} :: length (in metres)
metreta {f} :: metrete
-metria {suffix} :: -metry
metrica {f} :: metric (all senses)
metricamente {adv} :: metrically
metricista {m} :: metricist
-metrico {suffix} :: -metric
metrico {adj} :: metric
metricologia {f} :: metricology (metrology & metrication)
metrite {f} [pathology] :: metritis
-metro {suffix} :: -meter
metro {m} [unit of measure] :: metre, meter
metro {m} :: ruler, ruler, measure
metro {m} :: yardstick, criterion
metro {f} :: subway [US], underground [UK], Tube [the London underground]
metró {m} :: alternative spelling of metrò
metrò {mf} :: (short form of metropolitana) subway [US], underground [UK], Tube (the London underground)
metro cubico {m} [units of measure] :: cubic meter, cubic metre
metro cubo {m} [units of measure] :: cubic meter, cubic metre
metrologia {f} :: metrology
metrologico {adj} :: metrological
metrologo {m} :: metrologist
metromania {f} :: metromania
metronomico {adj} :: metronomic
metronomo {m} [music] :: metronome
metronotte {m} :: night security guard
metropoli {f} :: metropolis
metropolita {adj} [Christianity] :: metropolitan (of a metropolitan bishop)
metropolita {m} [Christianity] :: metropolitan (bishop)
metropolitana {f} :: subway [US], underground [British], Tube (the London underground)
metropolitano {m} [colloquial] :: cop (especially a traffic cop)
metropolitano {m} :: point duty officer
metropolitano {m} :: traffic control officer
metropolitano {adj} :: metropolitan (all senses)
metro quadrato {m} [units of measure] :: square meter, square metre
metro quadro {m} [units of measure] :: square meter, square metre
metrorragia {f} [pathology] :: metrorrhagia
metroscopia {f} [medicine] :: hysteroscopy
metrosessuale {adj} :: metrosexual
metrosessuale {m} :: metrosexual
metrosessualità {f} :: metrosexuality
metrotram {m} :: A tram that connects surrounding areas with a city centre
metrotranvia {f} :: light railway (transport system)
metrotranviario {adj} :: light rail (attributive)
mettente {v} :: present participle of mettere
mettenteci {v} :: present participle of metterci
mettentesi {v} :: present participle of mettersi
metter {v} :: apocopic form of mettere
metter acqua nel vino {v} :: To mitigate a situation
metterci {v} :: to take (time, effort)
mettere {vt} :: to put, place, lay, set
mettere {vt} :: to deposit
mettere {vt} :: to bet, wager
mettere {vt} :: to cut (new teeth)
mettere {vt} :: to charge (item on sale)
mettere {vi} :: to give, lead onto
mettere {vi} :: to suppose
mettere {vi} :: to don, put on, draw up
mettere a bagno {vt} :: to soak
mettere a dieta {v} :: to put someone on a diet
mettere a dormire {v} :: to put to sleep
mettere al bando {vt} :: To ban
mettere al bando {vt} :: To banish
mettere a letto {v} :: to put to bed
mettere al rogo {v} :: to condemn, to send to the stake
mettere a mollo {vt} :: to soak
mettere a nudo {vt} :: To lay bare
mettere a tacere {vt} [figuratively] :: To restrain from speaking, expressing opinion or acting;to silence, to censor, to gag
mettere a terra {v} :: To earth (electrical equipment)
mettere d'accordo {v} :: to pacify
mettere d'accordo {v} :: to agree
mettere da parte {v} :: to save up
mettere da parte {vti} :: To accumulate money, especially for a specific, planned expenditure
mettere da parte {v} :: to save money
mettere da parte {v} :: to layaway
mettere da parte {vt} :: to set aside, to put aside, to shelve
mettere da parte {v} :: to ignore or intentionally forget something, temporarily or permanently, so that more important things can have one's attention
mettere delle pezze {v} :: to patch up
mettere i bastoni fra le ruote {v} :: Variant of remare contro
mettere il broncio {v} :: synonym of fare il broncio
mettere il carro davanti ai buoi {v} [idiomatic] :: to put the cart before the horse
mettere in fila {v} :: to draw up in rank
mettere in pratica {v} [idiomatic] :: to put into practice
mettere insieme {v} :: to compound (to put together)
mettere piede a terra {v} :: To set foot on land
mettere sotto {v} :: to run down
mettere sotto {v} :: to place underneath
mettere su {v} :: to make up, imagine, concoct, contrive
mettere su famiglia {v} :: to get married
mettere su famiglia {v} :: To become married, to espouse
mettere sulla graticola {v} :: to grill (colloquial) To interrogate; to question aggressively or harshly
mettere su peso {v} :: to put on weight
mettere su peso {v} :: to gain weight
mettere una pezza {v} :: to fix, to remedy
mettersi {v} :: reflexive of mettere
mettersi {vp} :: to put oneself, place oneself, set oneself, get, go
mettersi {vp} :: to start, begin, set about, set, turn to
mettersi {vp} :: to turn out, shape up, don, put on
mettersi {v} [con, .pronominal] :: to date (become the boyfriend/girlfriend of someone)
mettersi comodo {v} :: to make yourself comfortable
mettersi d'accordo {vr} :: ‎ to compound (to come to terms of agreement), to make arrangements, to agree
mettersi di traverso {v} :: Variant of remare contro
mettersi in ghingheri {v} :: to dress up
mettersi in ghingheri {v} :: to spiff up
mettersi in ghingheri {v} :: to spruce up
mettersi in mostra {v} :: (idiomatic) to cut a wide swath
mettersi in mostra {v} :: to show off, swagger
mettersi insieme {v} :: To go steady, to start being a couple
mettersi nei guai {v} :: to get into trouble
mettibocca {mf} :: busybody
mettifoglio {m} :: feeder (in a printer etc.)
mettimale {mf} :: troublemaker
mettitutto {m} :: cupboard
Meucci {prop} :: surname
Meucci {prop} :: Antonio Meucci, Italian inventor
mevalonato {m} [organic chemistry] :: mevalonate
mevalonico {adj} :: mevalonic
mezereo {m} :: mezereon
mezz' {adj} [sometimes before a vowel] :: apocopic form of mezza
mezz' {adj} [sometimes before a vowel] :: apocopic form of mezzo
mezz {adj} :: apocopic form of mezzo
mezza {f} :: half-hour
mezza {f} :: half past (an hour), especially 12:30 (lunchtime)
mezza calzetta {f} :: alternative form of mezzacalzetta
mezzacalzetta {f} :: half-pint, lightweight, squirt
mezzacalzetta {f} :: chopped liver
mezzacartuccia {f} :: half-pint, lightweight
mezzacosta {f} :: hillside
mezzadra {f} :: sharecropper (female)
mezzadria {f} :: sharecropping
mezzadrile {adj} :: sharecropping (attributive)
mezzadro {m} :: sharecropper
mezzala {f} [football] :: inside forward
mezzalana {f} :: linsey-woolsey
mezzaluna {f} :: half-moon
mezzaluna {f} :: crescent
mezzaluna {f} :: mezzaluna
mezzamanica {f} :: oversleeve
mezzamanica {f} :: short sleeve
mezzamanica {f} :: penpusher
mezza maratona {f} :: half marathon
mezzana {f} :: procuress
mezzana {f} :: go-between
mezzanamente {adv} :: averagely
mezzanave {f} [nautical] :: The direction athwartships or abeam
mezzanella {f} [nautical] :: mizzen staysail; mizzenmast
mezzania {f} [nautical] :: centre line (of a ship)
mezzanino {m} [architecture] :: mezzanine
mezzanino {m} :: dress circle
mezzanità {f} [literary, rare, obsolete] :: averageness
mezzanità {f} [literary, rare, obsolete] :: mediocrity
mezzanità {f} [literary, rare, obsolete] :: intercession, mediation
mezzano {adj} :: average, mean, middle, medium
mezzano {adj} [nautical] :: mizzen
mezzano {m} :: procurer
mezzano {m} :: go-between
mezzanotte {f} :: midnight
mezzanotte {f} :: north
mezzapunta {f} [football] :: attacking midfielder
mezzaquaresima {f} :: mid-Lent
mezz'aria {f} :: mid-air
mezzasega {f} :: half-pint, squirt, wanker
mezzasega {f} :: gobshite, dipshit
mezza sorella {f} :: half sister
mezzatacca {f} :: half-pint, squirt
mezzatela {f} :: mixed cotton and linen fabric
mezzatinta {f} :: half-tone
mezzatinta {f} :: mezzotint
mezzena {f} [Northern Italian] :: Each of the two parts a slaughtered animal is longitudinally cut into; side of beef
mezzeria {f} :: centre line (road marking)
mezzità {f} :: half
mezzità {f} :: mid
mezzo- {prefix} :: half; semi-
mezzo- {prefix} :: middle; meso-
mezzo {m} :: half, middle
mezzo {m} :: means, method
mezzo {m} :: vehicle
mezzo {adj} :: half
mezzo {adj} :: overripe (of fruit)
mezzo {adj} :: drenched (soaking wet)
mezzo {adj} :: soft, flabby
mezzo antincendio {m} :: fire engine
mezzobusto {m} :: bust (sculpture)
mezzobusto {m} :: head and shoulders (portrait)
mezzobusto {m} :: talking head (on TV)
mezzocielo {m} [astronomy] :: intersection of the meridian of a given place with the celestial equator
mezzocontralto {mf} [music] :: mezzzo-contralto
mezzodì {m} :: midday, noon
mezzo di contrasto {m} [medicine] :: contrast medium
mezzofondista {mf} [athletics] :: middle-distance runner
mezzofondo {m} [athletics] :: middle-distance running
mezzoforte {m} [music] :: mezzo forte
mezzo fratello {m} :: half brother
mezzogiorno {m} :: midday, noon
mezzogiorno {m} :: south
Mezzogiorno {prop} :: Southern Italy (including Sardinia and Sicily)
mezzoguanto {m} :: mitten
mezzomarinaio {m} :: gaff, boathook
mezzomarinaro {m} [nautical] :: boat hook
mezzonda {f} :: halfwave
mezzo pacchero {m} :: (especially in plural) A short form of paccheri pasta tubes
mezzopiano {m} [music] :: mezzo piano
mezzoprano {m} :: alternative form of mezzosoprano
mezzopunto {m} :: needlepoint
mezzopunto {adj} [of a flintlock gun] :: half-cocked
mezz'ora {f} :: half an hour, half-hour
mezzora {f} :: alternative spelling of mezz'ora
mezzorilievo {m} [arts] :: half-relief
mezzo sangue {m} :: half blood
mezzosangue {adj} :: half-blooded
mezzosangue {adj} :: half-breed
mezzoservizio {m} :: part-time domestic service
mezzosoprano {mf} [music] :: mezzo-soprano
mezzotitolo {m} :: half title
mezzotondo {m} :: tondo (sculpture)
mezzuccio {m} :: mean or petty trick
mi {pron} :: me
mi {pron} [dative] :: (to) me
mi {n} [music] :: The third note, mi
mi {n} :: E (musical note or key)
mi {mf} :: mu (Greek letter)
MI {abbr} :: Milano
miagolamento {m} :: miaowing, mewing
miagolamento {m} :: caterwauling
miagolante {v} :: present participle of miagolare
miagolare {vi} :: to miaow, meow or mew
miagolio {m} :: miaowing, mewing
mialgia {f} [medicine] :: myalgia
Miami {prop} :: Miami (city)
miao {m} :: meow, mew, meu, miaow
miao {interj} :: meow, mew, meu, miaow the cry of a cat
miasma {m} :: miasma
miasmatico {adj} :: miasmatic, miasmal, miasmic
miastenia {f} [medicine] :: myasthenia
miastenico {adj} :: myasthenic
miatonia {f} [pathology] :: myatonia, myatony
mi bemolle maggiore {n} :: E-flat major
MIBtel {initialism} :: (Milano indice borsa telematico) stock market index for the Milan stock exchange
mica {f} [archaic or literary] :: breadcrumb
mica {f} [by extension] :: bit, morsel
mica {adv} [colloquial] :: not
mica {adv} [colloquial] :: hardly, you know
mica {adv} [colloquial] :: bit
mica {adv} [colloquial] :: at all
mica {adv} [colloquial] :: by any chance
mica {f} [mineral] :: mica (mineral)
micaceo {adj} [mineralogy] :: micaceous
micalizzato {adj} :: mica (attributive)
micascisto {m} [geology] :: mica schist
Micca {prop} :: surname
miccia {f} :: fuse
micciera {f} [nautical] :: A small metal box, used in the days of sail to contain a slow-burning fuse that acted as a source of flame when at sea
micco {m} :: The silvery marmoset (Callitrix argentata)
micco {m} :: A fool or idiot
micelio {m} [mycology] :: mycelium
micella {f} [cytology] :: micelle
Micene {prop} :: Mycenae
miceneo {adj} :: Mycenaean
miceneo {m} :: Mycenaean (language is masculine only)
micete {m} [botany] :: fungus, mushroom
micetologia {f} :: mycology
micetta {f} :: kitten (female)
micetta {f} :: pussy
micetto {m} :: kitten
Michea {prop} [Biblical character] :: Micah
Michea {prop} :: given name
Michela {prop} :: given name,the feminine form of Michele. Equivalent to English Michaela and Michelle
michelaccio {m} :: loafer, lounger, idler
Michelangeli {prop} :: surname
Michelangelo {prop} :: Michelangelo, the artist
Michelangelo {prop} :: given name
michelangiolesco {adj} :: Michelangelo (attributive)
Michele {prop} [biblical character] :: Michael
Michele {prop} :: given name, the Italian equivalent of Michael. Feminine form: Michela
Micheletti {prop} :: surname
micheletto {m} :: Spanish soldier
michetta {f} :: A thin, crunchy and round bread roll
mi chiamo {phrase} :: My name is... (Literally: I call myself...)
micia {m} :: feminine of micio; pussy, pussy-cat, puss (affectionate term for a female cat)
micia {m} [taboo slang] :: female genitalia, pussy
micidiale {adj} :: fatal, deadly
micidiale {adj} :: murderous
micidio {m} :: obsolete form of omicidio
micino {m} :: kitten, kitty
micino {m} :: pussycat
micio {m} :: pussy, pussy-cat, puss (affectionate term for a cat)
micio {m} :: cat, kitty, kitten
micione {m} :: big cat
mico- {prefix} :: myco-
micobatterio {m} :: mycobacterium
micologa {f} :: mycologist (female)
micologia {f} [botany] :: mycology
micologico {adj} :: mycological
micologo {m} :: mycologist
Micono {prop} :: Mykonos (island of Greece)
micorriza {f} [biology] :: mycorrhiza
micorrizazione {f} :: mycorrhization
micorrizico {adj} :: mycorrhizal
micosi {f} [disease] :: mycosis
micotico {adj} [disease] :: mycotic
micotossina {f} [biochemistry] :: mycotoxin
micotrofico {adj} :: mycotrophic
micragna {f} [regional] :: poverty
micragna {f} [regional] :: stinginess, meanness
micragnosamente {adv} :: stingily, meanly
micragnoso {adj} :: stingy, mean
micragnoso {adj} :: very poor, penniless, poverty-stricken
micro- {prefix} :: micro-
microacceleratore {m} :: microaccelerator
microalga {f} :: microalga
microambiente {m} :: microenvironment
microampere {m} :: microampere
microamperometro {m} :: microammeter
microanalisi {f} :: microanalysis
microanalitico {adj} :: microanalytic
microanatomia {f} :: microanatomy
microaneurisma {m} [medicine] :: microaneurysm
microangiografia {f} [medicine] :: microangiography
microangiologia {f} :: microangiology
microangiopatia {f} [pathology] :: microangiopathy
microattuatore {m} :: microactuator
microbar {m} :: microbar
microbicida {adj} :: microbicidal
microbicida {m} :: microbicide
microbico {adj} :: microbic, microbial
microbilancia {f} :: microbalance
microbio {m} [microbiology] :: microbe
microbiologa {f} :: microbiologist (female)
microbiologia {f} :: microbiology
microbiologicamente {adv} :: microbiologically
microbiologico {adj} :: microbiological
microbiologo {m} :: microbiologist
microbioma {m} [biology] :: microbiome
microbirrificio {m} :: microbrewery
microbo {m} [microbiology] :: microbe
microcalcificazione {f} :: microcalcification
microcalcolatore {m} [computing] :: microcomputer
microcamera {f} [photography] :: microcamera
microcanonico {adj} [physics] :: microcanonical
microcassetta {f} :: microcassette
microcebo {m} :: mouse lemur (of genus Microcebus)
microcefalia {f} :: microcephaly, microcephalia
microcefalico {adj} :: microcephalic
microcefalo {adj} :: microcephalic
microcella {f} :: microcell
microchimica {f} [chemistry] :: microchemistry
microchip {m} :: microchip
microchirurgia {f} [surgery] :: microsurgery
microcircolazione {f} [physiology] :: microcirculation
microcircolo {m} :: microcirculation
microcircuito {m} :: microcircuit
microcistina {f} :: microcystin
microcita {m} :: Variant of microcito
microcitemia {f} :: microcythemia
microcito {m} :: microcyte
microclima {m} :: microclimate
microclimatico {adj} :: microclimatic
microclimatologia {f} :: microclimatology
microclino {m} [mineralogy] :: microcline
micrococco {m} [microbiology] :: micrococcus
microcombustore {m} :: microcombustor
microcomponente {m} :: microcomponent
microcomputer {m} [computing] :: microcomputer
microconflittualità {f} :: small-scale conflicts
microcontrollore {m} [computing] :: microcontroller
microcosmico {adj} :: microcosmic
microcosmo {m} :: microcosm (all senses)
microcredito {m} :: microcredit
microcriminalità {f} :: Small-scale, local criminality
microcristallino {adj} :: microcrystalline
microcristallo {m} :: microcrystal
microcurie {m} :: microcurie
microdelinquenza {f} :: petty or local crime or criminality
microdischetto {m} [computing] :: microfloppy
microdominio {m} :: microdomain
microdurezza {f} :: microhardness
microeconomia {f} :: microeconomics
microeconomico {adj} :: microeconomic
microelaboratore {m} [computing] :: microcomputer
microelemento {m} :: microelement, trace element
microelettrodo {m} :: microelectrode
microelettronica {f} :: microelectronics
microelettronico {adj} :: microelectronic
microestrusione {f} :: microextrusion
microevoluzione {f} :: microevolution
microfago {m} :: microphage
microfago {adj} :: microphagous
microfarad {m} :: micro-farad, microfarad
microfauna {f} :: microfauna
microfibra {f} :: microfiber
microfibrilla {f} :: microfibril
microfiche {f} :: microfiche
microfilamento {m} :: microfilament
microfillo {adj} [botany] :: microphyllous
microfillo {m} [botany] :: microphyll
microfilm {m} :: microfilm
microfilmante {v} :: present participle of microfilmare
microfilmare {vt} :: To microfilm
microfilmato {adj} :: microfilmed
microfilmatrice {f} :: microfilmer
microfilmatura {f} :: microfilming
microfiltrazione {f} :: microfiltration
microfinanza {f} [finance] :: microfinance
microfisica {f} [physics] :: microphysics
microfisico {adj} :: microphysical
microflora {f} :: microflora
microfluidità {f} :: microfluidity
microfonante {v} :: present participle of microfonare
microfonare {vt} :: To amplify using a microphone; to mike (up)
microfonato {adj} :: microfoned
microfonicità {f} :: microphonics
microfonico {adj} :: microphonic
microfonista {mf} :: sound technician (in film and TV)
microfono {m} :: microphone
microforgia {f} :: microforge
microfossile {m} :: microfossil
microfotografia {f} [photography] :: microphotography
microfotografico {adj} :: microphotographic
microfotometro {m} :: microphotometer
microfrattura {f} :: microfracture
microftalmia {f} :: microphthalmitis, microphthalmia
microftalmo {m} :: microphthalmus
microfunzione {f} :: microfunction
microfusione {f} :: microfusion
microgonna {f} :: microskirt
micrografia {f} :: micrography
micrografico {adj} :: micrographic
microgrammo {m} :: microgram
microgravità {f} :: microgravity
microimpianto {m} :: mini hi-fi
microimpianto {m} :: microimplant
microimpresa {f} :: microenterprise
microinformatica {f} [computing] :: microcomputing
microinfusore {m} :: microinfusor
microinfusore {m} :: micropipette
microinsularità {f} [ecology] :: microinsularity
microinterruttore {m} :: microswitch
microinvasivo {adj} [surgery] :: microinvasive; keyhole (attributive)
microirrigazione {f} :: micro-irrigation
microistruzione {f} [computing] :: microinstruction
microkini {m} :: microkini
microlettore {m} :: microfilm reader
microlingua {f} :: microlanguage
microlinguistica {f} :: microlinguistics
microlitro {m} :: microlitre / microliter
micromagnetino {m} :: micromagnet (in a metal or mineral etc)
micromeccanica {f} :: micromechanics
micromelia {f} [pathology] :: micromelia
micrometeorite {m} :: micrometeorite
micrometeorologia {f} :: micrometeorology
micrometria {f} :: micrometry
micrometrico {adj} :: micrometric
micrometro {m} :: micrometer (instrument)
micrometro {m} :: micrometre, micron (unit of length)
micromicete {m} :: micromycete
micromillimetro {m} :: micromillimetre / micromillimeter; millimicron; nanometre / nanometer
microminiaturizzante {v} :: present participle of microminiaturizzare
microminiaturizzare {vt} :: To microminiaturize
microminiaturizzato {adj} :: microminiaturized
microminiaturizzato {adj} :: microminiaturizzed
microminiaturizzazione {f} :: microminiaturization
micromolare {adj} [chemistry] :: micromolar
micromole {m} [chemistry, physics] :: micromole
micromotore {m} :: Small motor or motor car
micromotore {m} :: moped
micromotorista {mf} :: rider of a moped or small motor car
micron {m} :: micron
micronazione {f} :: micronation
Micronesia {prop} :: Micronesia
micronesiana {f} :: Micronesian (female)
micronesiano {adj} :: Micronesian
micronesiano {m} :: Micronesian
micronido {m} :: A small crèche or nursery
micronizzante {v} :: present participle of micronizzare
micronizzare {vt} :: To micronize
micronizzazione {f} :: micronization
micronucleo {m} :: micronucleus
micronutriente {m} :: micronutrient
microohm {m} :: micro-ohm
microonda {f} :: microwave
microonde {m} :: (oven) microwave, microwave oven
microorganismo {m} :: alternative form of microrganismo
micropagamento {m} :: micropayment
micropaleontologia {f} :: micropaleontology
microparticella {f} :: microparticle
micropene {m} :: micropenis
micropile {m} :: Microfleece (material)
micropilo {m} [botany] :: micropyle
micropinocitico {adj} :: micropinocytic
micropinocitico {adj} :: micropinocytotic
micropinocitosi {f} :: micropinocytosis
microplacca {f} :: microplate
microporosità {f} :: microporosity
microporoso {adj} :: microporous
microprocessore {m} [computing] :: microprocessor
microprogramma {m} [computing] :: microprogram
microprogrammazione {f} [computing] :: microprogramming
micropsia {f} :: micropsia
microreattore {m} :: microreactor
microregione {f} :: microregion
microregistratore {m} :: Very small tape recorder
microrganismo {m} :: microorganism
microriflettente {adj} :: micro-reflective
microsatellite {m} :: microsatellite
microscheda {f} :: microfiche
microscopia {f} :: microscopy
microscopicamente {adv} :: microscopically
microscopico {adj} :: microscopic
microscopio {m} :: microscope
microscopista {mf} :: microscopist
microsecondo {m} :: microsecond
microsfera {f} :: microsphere
microsisma {m} [geology] :: microseism
microsismico {adj} :: microseismic
microsismografo {m} :: microseismograph
microsistema {m} :: microsystem
microsociologia {f} :: microsociology
microsociologico {adj} :: microsociological
microsociologo {m} :: microsociologist
microsolco {m} :: microgroove
microsolco {m} :: long-playing record (LP) or extended-play record (EP)
microsoma {m} [cytology] :: microsome
microsomia {f} :: microsomia
microsomiale {adj} [cytology] :: microsomal
microsonda {f} :: microprobe
microspia {f} :: bug (hidden microphone)
microspora {f} :: microspore
microsporangio {m} [botany] :: microsporangium
microstampa {f} :: printing using very fine lines as an anti-counterfeiting measure
microstato {m} :: microstate
microstoria {f} :: microhistory
microstruttura {f} :: microstructure
microstrutturale {adj} :: microstructural
microtecnologico {adj} :: microtechnological
microtelefono {m} :: handset
microtermo {adj} :: microthermal
microtomo {m} :: microtome
microtomografia {f} :: microtomography
microtonale {adj} [music] :: microtonal
microtrauma {m} :: microtrauma
microtrone {m} [physics] :: microtron
microtubulare {adj} :: microtubular
microtubulo {m} [cytology] :: microtubule
microvascolare {adj} :: microvascular
microvillo {m} [cytology] :: microvillus
microvolt {m} :: microvolt
microvuoto {m} :: microvoid
Mida {prop} [Greek mythology] :: Midas
midollare {adj} [anatomy, botany] :: medullary
midollare {f} [anatomy, botany] :: medulla
midollino {m} :: rush (plant, fibre)
midollino {m} :: pith
midollo {n} [anatomy] :: marrow
midollo {n} [figurative, in the plural] :: bones
midollo {n} [botany] :: pith (whitish inner portion of the rind of citrus fruit)
midollo osseo {m} [anatomy] :: bone marrow
midollo spinale {m} [anatomy] :: spinal cord
midriasi {f} [physiology, pathology] :: mydriasis
midriatico {adj} [physiology, pathology] :: mydriatic
midriatico {m} [pharmacology] :: mydriatic
mielata {f} :: (Variant of melata) honeydew (sweet sticky substance)
miele {m} :: honey
miele {m} :: sweetness
miele {m} :: pale yellow colour
mielina {f} :: myelin
mielinico {adj} :: myelinic
mielinizzazione {f} :: myelinization, myelination
mielinoclastico {adj} :: myelinoclastic
mielite {f} [medicine] :: myelitis
mielocitico {adj} :: myelocytic
mieloide {adj} [anatomy] :: myeloid
mieloideo {adj} [anatomy] :: myeloid
mieloma {m} [oncology] :: myeloma
mielomero {m} :: myelomere
mieloneuropatia {f} [pathology] :: myeloneuropathy
mielopatia {f} [pathology] :: myelopathy
mieloproliferativo {adj} :: myeloproliferative
mielosamente {adv} :: honeyedly
mieloso {adj} :: honeyed, sugary (also figuratively)
mielosoppressione {f} [medicine] :: myelosuppression
mielotossico {adj} :: myelotoxic
mietente {v} :: present participle of mietere
mietere {vt} :: To reap or harvest
mietere {vt} :: To slash (to kill lot of people)
mietilega {f} :: reaper-binder
mietitore {m} :: harvester (person or machine)
mietitore {m} :: reaper
mietitrebbia {f} :: clipping of mietitrebbiatrice
mietitrebbiatrice {f} :: combine (combine harvester)
mietitrice {f} :: harvester (machine)
mietitrice {f} :: reaper (machine) (female reaper)
mietitura {f} :: harvest
mietitura {f} :: harvesting
mietitura {f} :: harvest time
mifepristone {m} :: mifepristone
migliaccio {m} :: Any of several forms of Neapolitan cake made from millet or maize flour
Migliaccio {prop} :: surname
migliaio {m} :: thousand, about a thousand, about one thousand
migliaio {m} [in the plural] :: thousands, hundreds (a great number)
migliarino {m} :: gromwell
migliarino {m} :: reed bunting
migliarino {m} :: small shot - for shotgun
migliarino di palude {m} :: reed bunting
miglio {m} [units of measure] :: the Italian mile, a traditional unit of length derived from the Roman mile
miglio {m} [units of measure] :: the international mile and other "mile" unit
miglio {m} [plant, foods] :: millet
miglior {adj} :: apocopic form of migliore
migliorabile {adj} :: improvable, susceptible of improvement, capable of being improved
migliorabilità {f} :: Property of being improvable
miglioramento {m} :: improvement
migliorante {v} :: present participle of migliorare
migliorantesi {v} :: present participle of migliorarsi
migliorare {vt} :: to improve, to better, to mend
migliorare {vi} :: to improve, to get better
migliorarsi {vr} :: To improve oneself or better oneself, to shape up
migliorativo {adj} :: improving, ameliorative
miglioratosi {v} :: past participle of migliorarsi
migliorazione {f} :: improvement, amelioration
migliore {adj} :: better
migliore {adj} :: the best
migliore {mf} :: the best
miglioria {f} :: improvement
migliorismo {m} :: meliorism
migliorista {mf} :: meliorist
mignano {m} [regional] :: A balcony in Rome
mignatta {f} :: leech
mignatta {f} :: bloodsucker
mignattaio {m} :: A person who collects and sells leeches
mignattaio {m} :: A person who applies leeches to the sick
mignattaio {m} :: glossy ibis (Plegadis falcinellus)
mignattino {m} :: black tern (Chlidonias niger)
mignattino {m} [by extension, ornithology] :: Any member of the Chlidonias taxonomic genus
mignattino {m} [Ancona] :: synonym of muggine
mignola {f} :: olive blossom
mignolo {m} [anatomy] :: little finger, pinkie
mignolo {m} [anatomy] :: little toe
mignon {adj} :: mignon (small and dainty)
Mignone {prop} :: A river that flows in Lazio
mignonnette {f} :: miniature (bottle)
mignotta {f} [derogatory, vulgar slang] :: whore, hooker, slut
mignottocrazia {f} [neologism, derogatory] :: pornocracy (government by prostitutes)
migragna {f} :: alternative form of micragna
migragne {n} :: plural of migragna
migrante {v} :: present participle of migrare
migrante {adj} :: migrant
migrante {adj} :: migrating
migrare {vi} :: to migrate
migratore {adj} :: migratory
migratore {m} :: migrant
migratorio {adj} :: migratory
migrazione {f} :: migration
Milan {prop} :: The AC Milan football team
milanese {adj} :: Of or relating to Milan (city in Italy) or its people; Milanese
milanese {mf} :: A native or inhabitant of Milan
Milanesi {prop} :: surname
milanista {adj} :: Of or pertaining to the A.C. Milan football club fans or its players
Milano {prop} :: Milan, a city and province in Italy
Milano {prop} :: The letter M in the Italian phonetic alphabet
milazzese {adj} :: Of, or from, Milazzo
milazzese {m} :: A native or inhabitant of Milazzo
milazziano {adj} :: Milazzian
milazziano {m} :: Milazzian
Milazzo {prop} :: a town in the province of Messina in Sicily in Italy
Milca {prop} [Biblical character] :: Milcah
Milca {prop} :: given name
Milena {prop} :: given name
miliardaria {f} :: billionaire (female)
miliardario {m} :: billionaire
miliardesimo {adj} :: billionth
miliardesimo {m} :: billionth (fraction)
miliardesimo {m} :: billionth (one in billionth position)
miliardo {m} :: A milliard or billion [British]
miliare {adj} :: mile (attributive)
miliario {m} :: milestone
milionaria {f} :: millionaire (female)
milionario {m} :: millionaire
milione {m} :: million
milionesimo {adj} :: millionth
milionesimo {m} :: millionth (fraction)
milionesimo {m} :: millionth (one in 1000,000th position)
militante {v} :: present participle of militare
militante {adj} :: militant
militante {mf} :: militant
militanza {f} :: militancy
militare {adj} :: military
militare {adj} :: army
militare {m} :: serviceman
militare {vi} :: To be a member of; to be
militare {vi} :: To serve
militarescamente {adv} :: militarily
militaresco {adj} :: military
militarismo {m} :: militarism
militarista {adj} :: militarist, militaristic
militarista {f} :: militarist
militaristicamente {adv} :: militaristically
militaristico {adj} :: militaristic
militarizzante {v} :: present participle of militarizzare
militarizzare {vt} :: to militarize
militarizzato {adj} :: militarized
militarizzazione {f} :: militarization
militarmente {adv} :: militarily
militassolto {adj} :: Describes a person who has completed his national service
milite {m} :: soldier
militesente {adj} :: exempt from military service
milizia {f} :: militia
miliziano {m} :: militiaman
miliziano {m} :: militant
millanta {m} [jocular] :: a large amount
millantante {v} :: present participle of millantare
millantantesi {v} :: present participle of millantarsi
millantare {vt} :: To brag or boast about
millantarsi {vr} :: To brag or boast
millantarsi {v} :: To swagger
millantato {adj} :: boasted, vaunted
millantatore {m} :: boaster
millanteria {f} :: boasting, boastfulness
mille {adj} :: thousand
mille {m} [cardinal] :: thousand
millecento {adj} :: one thousand one hundred
millecento {m} :: one thousand one hundred
millecinquecento {adj} :: one thousand five hundred
millecinquecento {m} :: one thousand five hundred
millecuplo {adj} :: thousandfold
millecuplo {m} :: Something that is a thousandfold greater
milleduecento {adj} :: one thousand two hundred
milleduecento {m} :: one thousand two hundred
milleduecentosessanta {adj} :: One thousand two hundred and sixty
milleduecentosessanta {m} :: One thousand two hundred and seventy
millefoglie {mf} :: mille-feuille, vanilla slice or cream slice
millefoglio {m} [plant] :: milfoil, yarrow
millenario {adj} :: millennial
millenario {adj} :: ancient, age-old
millenario {m} :: millennium
millenarismo {m} :: millenarianism
millenarista {mf} :: millenarianist
millenaristico {adj} :: millenarian
millenne {adj} [rare] :: millenary, millenarian
millenni {n} :: plural of millennio
millennio {m} :: millennium
millenovecento {adj} :: one thousand nine hundred
millenovecento {m} :: one thousand nine hundred
millenovecentonovanta {adj} :: One thousand nine hundred and ninety
millenovecentonovanta {m} :: One thousand nine hundred and ninety
millenovecentonovanta {m} :: The year 1990
millenovecentonovantasei {adj} :: One thousand nine hundred and ninety-six (1996)
millenovecentonovantasei {m} :: One thousand nine hundred and ninety-six
millenovecentonovantasei {m} :: The year 1996
millenovecentottantaquattro {adj} :: One thousand nine hundred and eighty-four
millenovecentottantaquattro {m} :: One thousand nine hundred and eighty-four
millenovecentottantaquattro {m} :: The year 1984
milleottocento {adj} :: one thousand eight hundred
milleottocento {m} :: one thousand eight hundred
millepiedi {m} [arthropods] :: millipede
millequattrocento {adj} :: one thousand four hundred
millequattrocento {m} :: one thousand four hundred
millerighe {m} :: A fabric having many thin stripes
milleseicento {adj} :: one thousand six hundred
milleseicento {m} :: one thousand six hundred
millesettecento {adj} :: one thousand seven hundred
millesettecento {m} :: one thousand seven hundred
millesimale {adj} :: millesimal; thousand or thousandth (attributive)
millesimato {adj} :: Marked with the year of production
millesimo {adj} :: thousandth
millesimo {m} [ordinal numbers] :: thousandth
millesimo {m} :: year, date
millesimo {m} :: share
milletrecento {adj} :: one thousand three hundred
milletrecento {m} :: one thousand three hundred
milleuno {adj} :: one thousand and one
milleuno {m} :: one thousand and one
milleusi {adj} :: multi-purpose
milli- {prefix} :: milli- (multiplying the unit to which it is attached by 10-3)
milliampere {m} :: milliampere
millibar {m} [meteorology] :: millibar
millicurie {m} :: millicurie
milligrammo {m} :: milligram
millilitro {m} :: millilitre / milliliter
millimetrante {v} :: present participle of millimetrare
millimetrare {vt} :: To divide, or mark out in millimetres
millimetrato {adj} :: millimetre (attributive); measured in millimetres
millimetrico {adj} :: millimetric
millimetrico {adj} :: extremely precise; pinpoint
millimetro {m} :: millimetre / millimeter (unit of measure)
millimetro di mercurio {m} [meteorology] :: millimeter of mercury
millimicron {m} :: millimicron
millimolare {adj} [chemistry] :: millimolar
millimole {f} :: millimole
millione {m} :: alternative form of milione
millisecondo {m} :: millisecond
millivolt {m} :: millivolt
Milo {prop} :: Milos (island of Greece)
miloioideo {adj} [anatomy] :: mylohyoid
miloioideo {m} [muscle] :: mylohyoid muscle, mylohyoid
Milone {prop} :: given name
milonite {f} [mineralogy] :: mylonite
milord {m} :: lord, milord
milord {m} :: dandy (elegant man)
milordo {m} :: western whip snake, green whip snake (Hierophis viridiflavus)
miltoniano {adj} :: Miltonian
Milvio {prop} :: given name
milza {f} :: spleen
milzadella {f} :: spotted deadnettle (Lamium maculatum)
Milziade {prop} :: Miltiades
Milziade {prop} :: given name
mimabile {adj} :: mimable
mi manchi {phrase} [colloquial, singular] :: I miss you
mimante {v} :: present participle of mimare
mimare {vt} :: to mime, mimic
mimeografante {v} :: present participle of mimeografare
mimeografare {vt} :: To mimeograph
mimesi {f} :: mimesis
mimeticamente {adv} :: mimetically
mimetico {adj} :: mimetic
mimetismo {m} [biology, zoology] :: mimicry
mimetizzante {v} :: present participle of mimetizzare
mimetizzantesi {v} :: present participle of mimetizzarsi
mimetizzare {vt} :: to mimic
mimetizzare {vt} :: to camouflage
mimetizzarsi {v} :: reflexive of mimetizzare
mimetizzarsi {vr} :: to mimic
mimetizzarsi {vr} :: to camouflage oneself
mimetizzatosi {v} :: past participle of mimetizzarsi
mimetizzazione {f} [zoology, botany] :: mimicry
mimetizzazione {f} [military] :: camouflage
Mimi {prop} :: A pet-form of Maria
Mimi {prop} :: A pet-form of Domenico
mimica {f} :: mime
mimica {f} :: mimicry
mimicamente {adv} :: mimically
mimicamente {adv} :: by the use of mime
mimico {adj} :: mime (attributive); miming
mimico {adj} [anatomy] :: mimic
Mimmo {prop} :: Diminutive of Domenico
mimo {m} :: mime
mimo {m} [pathology] :: mocking bird
mimo {m} [biology] :: mime, mimic
mimodramma {m} [music] :: pantomime (early form of drama) with music
mimografo {m} :: mimographer
mimosa {f} :: mimosa (plant and tree)
Mimun {prop} :: surname
Mimun {prop} :: Clemente Mimun, Italian journalist
mina {f} :: mine, land mine
mina {f} :: lead in pencils
mina {f} :: mine which produces ore
minaccevole {adj} :: threatening, menacing
minaccevolmente {adv} :: threateningly, menacingly
minaccia {f} :: threat, menace
minacciante {v} :: present participle of minacciare
minacciantesi {v} :: present participle of minacciarsi
minacciar {v} :: apocopic form of minacciare
minacciare {vt} :: to threaten, to menace
minacciarsi {vr} :: To threaten or menace
minacciatosi {v} :: past participle of minacciarsi
minacciosamente {adv} :: threateningly, menacingly
minaccioso {adj} :: threatening, menacing
minace {adj} [literary, archaic] :: synonym of minaccioso
minante {v} :: present participle of minare
minare {vt} :: to mine
minare {vt} :: to undermine
minareto {m} :: minaret
minatore {m} :: miner
minatorio {adj} :: threatening
minchia {f} [slang, vulgar, regional] :: penis
minchia {interj} :: synonym of cazzo (interjection)
minchiata {f} [regional, vulgar] :: bullshit, crap
minchiona {f} :: idiot
minchionaggine {f} :: crap, shit
minchionante {v} :: present participle of minchionare
minchionare {vt} [vulgar] :: to mock (make a fool of)
minchionare {vt} [vulgar] :: to screw, cheat, swindle
minchione {adj} :: idiotic
minchione {m} :: idiot
minchioneria {f} :: idiocy, stupidity
Mincio {prop} :: A river that flows in Lombardy
mineralcorticoide {m} [biochemistry] :: mineralocorticoid
minerale {adj} :: mineral
minerale {m} :: mineral, ore
minerale {f} :: bottle of mineral water
minerale ferroso {m} [mineralogy] :: iron ore
mineralista {mf} :: mineralogist
mineralizzante {v} :: present participle of mineralizzare
mineralizzante {adj} :: mineralizing
mineralizzantesi {v} :: present participle of mineralizzarsi
mineralizzare {vt} :: to mineralize
mineralizzarsi {v} :: reflexive of mineralizzare
mineralizzarsi {vr} :: to become mineralized, mineralize
mineralizzatore {adj} :: mineralizing
mineralizzatosi {v} :: past participle of mineralizzarsi
mineralizzazione {f} [chemistry, geology] :: mineralization
mineralogia {f} :: mineralogy
mineralogico {adj} :: mineralogical
mineralogista {m} :: mineralogist
mineralogramma {m} :: mineralogram (analysis of minerals in hair and other tissue)
mineraloide {m} [mineralogy] :: mineraloid
mineralometria {f} :: mineralometry
minerariamente {adv} :: With respect to mining or minerals
minerario {adj} :: mining
minerario {adj} :: ore, mineral (attributive)
minerogenesi {f} [geology] :: minerogenesis
minerva {f} :: safety match
minestra {f} :: soup
minestra {f} :: pasta (boiled and eaten with a sauce)
minestra asciutta {f} :: pasta (boiled and eaten with a sauce)
minestrina {f} :: broth
minestrone {m} [usually uncountable] :: minestrone (thick Italian vegetable soup)
Mingardo {prop} :: A small river in Campania
mingente {v} :: present participle of mingere
mingere {vi} :: to urinate
mingherlina {f} [colloquial] :: shrimp (small person (female))
mingherlino {adj} :: thin, skinny
mingherlino {m} [colloquial] :: shrimp (small person)
mini- {prefix} :: mini-
mini {f} :: miniskirt
miniabito {m} :: minidress
miniante {v} :: present participle of miniare
miniappartamento {m} :: A very small flat / apartment
miniare {vt} :: to illuminate [a document]
miniare {vt} :: to miniate
Miniati {prop} :: surname
miniato {adj} :: illuminated
miniato {adj} :: miniated
Miniato {prop} :: given name
miniatore {m} :: illuminator [of manuscripts]
miniatore {m} :: miniaturist
miniatura {f} :: miniature (painting or model)
miniatura {f} [computing] :: thumbnail (a miniature preview of a larger image)
miniaturista {mf} :: miniaturist
miniaturistico {adj} :: miniature (attributive)
miniaturizzante {v} :: present participle of miniaturizzare
miniaturizzare {vt} :: to miniaturize
miniaturizzato {adj} :: miniaturized
miniaturizzazione {f} :: miniaturization
minibar {m} :: minibar
minibasket {m} :: mini-basketball
minibus {m} :: minibus (small bus)
minicalcolatore {m} [computing] :: minicomputer
minicar {f} :: minicar
minicassetta {f} :: minicassette
mini-CD {m} :: mini CD
minicompromesso {m} :: Small (political) compromise
minicomputer {m} :: minicomputer
minidiscarica {f} :: fly-tip (pile of discarded rubbish)
minidisco {m} [computing] :: minidisc, minifloppy
minielaboratore {m} :: minicomputer
miniera {f} :: (place from which ore is extracted) mine
miniera d'oro {f} [also idiomatic] :: gold mine
minifurgone {m} :: minivan
minigolf {m} :: minigolf, miniature golf
minigonna {f} :: miniskirt
minigonna {f} :: minidress
minima {f} [music] :: minim, half-note
minima {f} :: minimum (temperature)
minimale {adj} :: minimal
minimale {m} :: minimum
minimalismo {m} :: minimalism
minimalista {adj} :: minimalist
minimalista {m} :: minimalist (male)
minimalista {m} :: minimalist (female)
minimalistico {adj} :: minimalist
minimamente {adv} :: in the least, at all
minimarket {m} :: minimarket
minimassimo {m} [mathematics] :: minimax
minimercato {m} :: A small, local supermarket
minimizzante {v} :: present participle of minimizzare
minimizzare {vt} :: to minimize, downplay, play down or make light of
minimizzazione {f} :: minimization
minimo {adj} :: (the) least, (the) smallest, (the) slightest, (the) lowest, minimum (attribute)
minimo {adj} :: very small, very little, tiny, very low, minimum
minimo {m} :: minimum, the least
minimo {m} [of an engine] :: idle speed
minimo comune multiplo {m} [maths] :: least common multiple
minimosca {m} [sports] :: light flyweight
minio {m} :: red lead
minipillola {f} [medicine] :: mini pill (contraceptive containing only progestin)
miniportatile {m} [computing] :: notebook (hand-held device)
miniriforma {f} :: small reform (that is part of a gradual process)
minisatellite {m} [genetics] :: minisatellite
miniserie {f} :: miniseries (for TV)
ministeriale {adj} :: ministerial, departmental
ministerialmente {adv} :: ministerially
ministero {m} :: ministry
ministra {f} :: feminine noun of ministro
ministro {m} :: minister
ministrucolo {m} :: A (political) minister generally thought to be of little talent or worth
minitalpa {f} :: A small-diameter mole (tunnel-digging device)
minitrincea {f} :: mini-trench
minivan {m} :: minivan
Minnesota {prop} :: Minnesota
minoico {adj} :: Minoan
minor {adj} :: apocopic form of minore
minoranza {f} :: minority
minorasco {m} [legal] :: inheritance by a younger son
minorato {adj} :: handicapped, disabled
minorato {adj} :: impaired
minorato {m} :: Handicapped or disabled person
minorazione {f} :: disablement
minorazione {f} :: handicap
minorazione {f} :: impairment
minore {mf} :: younger
minore {mf} :: youngest
minore {mf} :: minor (underage person)
minore {mf} [mathematics] :: minore
minorenne {adj} :: under age
minorenne {mf} :: minor
minorennità {f} [rare] :: minority (age)
minorile {adj} :: juvenile
minorità {f} :: minority (age)
minoritario {adj} :: minority [attributive]
minormente {adv} :: less
Minòs {prop} :: medieval spelling of Minosse
minosse {m} :: A severe judge
Minosse {prop} :: Minos
Minotauro {prop} :: Minotaur
minturnese {adj} :: Of, or from, Minturno
minturnese {m} :: A native or inhabitant of Minturno
Minturno {prop} :: a town in the province of Latina in Lazio in Italy
minuendo {m} [mathematics] :: minuend
minuente {v} :: present participle of minuire
minuetto {m} [music] :: minuet
minugia {f} :: gut, entrails
minugia {f} :: catgut
minuire {v} :: synonym of diminuire
minuscola {f} :: Small (lowercase) letter
minuscolo {adj} :: tiny, minuscule, minute
minuscolo {adj} :: small (letter), lowercase
minuscolo {m} :: lower case, minuscule
Minusio {prop} :: A small town in the Locarno district of Ticino
minusvalenza {f} :: capital loss
minuta {f} :: draft
minutaggio {m} :: duration in minutes; minutes; timing (in minutes)
minutaglia {f} :: odds and ends, bits and pieces
minutaglia {f} :: whitebait (or similar small fish for frying)
minutamente {adv} :: finely
minutamente {adv} :: meticulously, minutely
minutante {m} :: minute-taker
minutante {m} :: retailer
minuteria {f} :: knick-knack, bric-a-brac
minuteria {f} [in the plural] :: movement (of a watch)
minuterie {fp} :: plural of minuteria
minuterie {fp} [plurale tantum] :: movement (of a watch)
minutezza {f} :: minuteness
minutezza {f} :: thoroughness
minutezza {f} :: scrupulous accuracy
minutino {adj} :: slim, slender; skinny, puny
minutino {m} :: half a mo (short time interval)
minutissimo {adj} :: Very minute
minutissimo {adj} :: Very fine, delicate or detailed
minuto {adj} :: tiny, minute
minuto {adj} :: fine, delicate, detailed
minuto {m} :: minute, moment (units of time)
minuzia {f} :: meticulousness
minuzia {f} :: detail
minuziosaggine {f} :: meticulousness
minuziosaggine {f} :: minuteness
minuziosaggine {f} :: detail, cavil
minuziosamente {adv} :: meticulously
minuziosamente {adv} :: carefully
minuziosità {f} :: meticulousness, attention to detail
minuzioso {adj} :: meticulous
minuzioso {adj} :: minute
minuzzaglia {f} ::