1. to draw, attract;2. to drag, pull violently; 3. to wrest; 4. to drive out; 5. to entice, allure; 6. to accept;7. to liberate, free; 8. to raise to any rank or dignity; 9. to apply, appropriate to one's self;10. to interpret in a wrong sense. — mercanzie d'un paese, to export goods. — d'inganno,to undeceive. — di senno, to make one mad. — carne, to take flesh upon one's self, to become incarnate. — in volgare, to translate. — un dente, to pull out a tooth. — di bando,to recal from banishment; 11. (comm. t.) to draw a bill of exchange. — di vita, to kill. — guai, to complain, lament. — dal capo, to beat a thing out of one's head; 12. to translate. — all'anitre, to die. — a sorte, to elect by lot. — calci, to kick. — danari, to exact, extort money. — dal mondo, (fig.) to kill. — del sepolcro, to immortalize. — d'impaccio,to remove impediments. — di servo, to emancipate. — fuori, to invent. — la corda, to open the door. — lagrime, to weep. — le calze, to die. — la fame, to appease hunger. — la sete, to quench thirst. — per dado, to begin any thing over again. — sospiri, to sigh. — un saggio, to make an attempt. — ad ago, to embroider. — della mente, to cause to forget;v. r. — addietro, to retire, retreat. — del digiuno, to break one's fast, to eat. — d'obligo,to pay one's debts. — la voglia, to satisfy the appetite. — sangue, to bleed one's self; (fig.) to hurt one's self.
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