Baretti: A dictionary of the English and Italian languages
Cavá-re, v. a.
1. to take away, draw away, take up, carry off, remove any thing from the place in which it is. — la pelle, to skin. — un di cervello, to tease one to death. — di luogo, to dislocate. — la sete, to quench the thirst. — i calcetti a uno, to discover a person's thoughts. — piè fuor di soglia, to go out of doors. — utile, to gain a profit. — la maschera, to take off the mask, to discover one's self. — del numero, to except, exclude. — calcetti a uno, to pump a person. — sangue, to bleed. — il cuore, to steal away the heart, to charm. — il cappello,to pull off one's hat. — uno di pena,to get one out of trouble; 2. to dig, to hollow, excavate, mine, sap; 3. to lounge (in fencing);v. r. — fame, to assuage hunger. — le sue voglie, to satisfy one's longings; s. m. Cavá-tóre,f. Cavá-tríce; adj. Cavá-nte.