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Forms: che (data provider: donatus-sup), ch� (data provider: donatus-sup)
Baretti: A dictionary of the English and Italian languages
Che, pron. rel. (of every gender and number),
1. that which, whom, what; 2. what? — volete?what do you want? — uomo è costui?what man is this? Il —, which; 3. that ... to. Si lamenta — non vo a vederlo, he complains that I do not go to see him; 4. but. Non ha — un cavallo, he has but one horse; 5. some, both. — piccoli, — grandi, both small and great. — Inglesi, — Italiani, some English, some Italians; 6. what, that, how.— bella donna è questa? what fine woman is this? Oh, — potessi vederla! oh, that I could see her! 7. that, to the end that. Datemi tempo — possa rispondergli, give me time that I may answer him; 8. because. — se non venite oggi andrò via, because if you don't come to day, I shall go away; 9. why? — non parli? why don't you speak? 10. till, until. Aspettate ch'io venga, stay until I come; 11. after, when, as soon as. Finita — avrò questa lettera, andrò, I shall go as soon as I have written this letter. —, —, whatsoever. Sia —, — sia, whatever it may be, let it be what it will. —, —, every moment; 12. thing, matter, subject. Un bel — per andare in collera! a fine cause for anger, truly! 13. else. A questo mi rispondi, o — mi parto, answer this, or else I go away; 14. than. E più ricco — dotto, he is rather rich than learned. — c'è, what is the matter? Sometimes che takes, for the sake of euphony, the letter d'; sappi ched io t'amo. Know that I love thee. Ched è?what is it?
Florio: a worlde of wordes, or most copious, dictionarie in Italian and English
che: as quándo, when, at what time, after that, when as, and than it followeth commonly a participle.