Baretti: A dictionary of the English and Italian languages
Studiá-re, v. n.
1. to study, to apply the mind to any art or science; 2. to be studious; 3. to have understanding; 4. to be diligent; 5. to follow or embrace any party; v. a. 1. to study books; 2. to hasten. — il passo, to walk on briskly. — il pecorone, to be ignorant; 3. to plough, till; v. r. to study, endeavour, strive;s. m. Studiá-tóre, f. Studiá-tríce; adj. Studiá-nte.
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studiare: to studdy, to endeuour or apply the minde, to giue ones minde vnto.