tranquillo

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Italian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin tranquillus (quiet, calm, still, tranquil).

Adjective[edit]

tranquillo m (feminine tranquilla, masculine plural tranquilli, feminine plural tranquille)

  1. calm, sober, tranquil

Derived terms[edit]


Latin[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From tranquillus (quiet, calm, still, tranquil).

Pronunciation[edit]

Adverb[edit]

tranquillō (comparative tranquillius, superlative tranquillissimē)

  1. quietly, without disturbance

Verb[edit]

tranquillō (present infinitive tranquillāre, perfect active tranquillāvī, supine tranquillātum); first conjugation

  1. I (make) calm or still,
  2. I compose, tranquillize or tranquillise, calm (down).

Inflection[edit]

   Conjugation of tranquillo (first conjugation)
indicative singular plural
first second third first second third
active present tranquillō tranquillās tranquillat tranquillāmus tranquillātis tranquillant
imperfect tranquillābam tranquillābās tranquillābat tranquillābāmus tranquillābātis tranquillābant
future tranquillābō tranquillābis tranquillābit tranquillābimus tranquillābitis tranquillābunt
perfect tranquillāvī tranquillāvistī tranquillāvit tranquillāvimus tranquillāvistis tranquillāvērunt, tranquillāvēre
pluperfect tranquillāveram tranquillāverās tranquillāverat tranquillāverāmus tranquillāverātis tranquillāverant
future perfect tranquillāverō tranquillāveris tranquillāverit tranquillāverimus tranquillāveritis tranquillāverint
passive present tranquillor tranquillāris, tranquillāre tranquillātur tranquillāmur tranquillāminī tranquillantur
imperfect tranquillābar tranquillābāris, tranquillābāre tranquillābātur tranquillābāmur tranquillābāminī tranquillābantur
future tranquillābor tranquillāberis, tranquillābere tranquillābitur tranquillābimur tranquillābiminī tranquillābuntur
perfect tranquillātus + present active indicative of sum
pluperfect tranquillātus + imperfect active indicative of sum
future perfect tranquillātus + future active indicative of sum
subjunctive singular plural
first second third first second third
active present tranquillem tranquillēs tranquillet tranquillēmus tranquillētis tranquillent
imperfect tranquillārem tranquillārēs tranquillāret tranquillārēmus tranquillārētis tranquillārent
perfect tranquillāverim tranquillāverīs tranquillāverit tranquillāverīmus tranquillāverītis tranquillāverint
pluperfect tranquillāvissem tranquillāvissēs tranquillāvisset tranquillāvissēmus tranquillāvissētis tranquillāvissent
passive present tranquiller tranquillēris, tranquillēre tranquillētur tranquillēmur tranquillēminī tranquillentur
imperfect tranquillārer tranquillārēris, tranquillārēre tranquillārētur tranquillārēmur tranquillārēminī tranquillārentur
perfect tranquillātus + present active subjunctive of sum
pluperfect tranquillātus + imperfect active subjunctive of sum
imperative singular plural
first second third first second third
active present tranquillā tranquillāte
future tranquillātō tranquillātō tranquillātōte tranquillantō
passive present tranquillāre tranquillāminī
future tranquillātor tranquillātor tranquillantor
non-finite forms active passive
present perfect future present perfect future
infinitives tranquillāre tranquillāvisse tranquillātūrus esse tranquillārī tranquillātus esse tranquillātum īrī
participles tranquillāns tranquillātūrus tranquillātus tranquillandus

Related terms[edit]


Portuguese[edit]

Adjective[edit]

tranquillo m (feminine tranquilla, masculine plural tranquillos, feminine plural tranquillas, comparable)

  1. obsolete spelling of tranquilo

Spanish[edit]

Noun[edit]

tranquillo m

  1. knack
    Yo tengo el tranquillo. - I have the knack.