Baretti: A dictionary of the English and Italian languages
Subíre, v. a.
1. to take upon one's self. 2. to bear, support.
Súbito, adv. suddenly, upon a sudden. Egli — rispose, he answered immediately. — che fui partito, egli venne. I was no sooner gone than he came. — che potrò, as soon as I can. Fa —, make haste. In un —, all of a sudden, suddenly.
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subire: to grant as the sow doth for the bore to doe his kinde to long or lust for most beastly.