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Baretti: A dictionary of the English and Italian languages
1. wholly, entirely, quite, thoroughly, altogether, all over. Son — vostro, I am wholly yours. Fui — stupito, I was all amazed. — coperto d'oro, covered all over with gold. Son — lasso, I am quite tired. Egli è — amore,he is full of love. — nudo, stark naked. Trovammo la porta tutt'aperta, we found the door wide open; 2. though, although. — fosse suo amico, although he was his friend. Al —,quite, entirely, altogether. Con — che, — che, though, although. Per —, every where. In —, entirely, quite, altogether. Per —,altogether, quite, entirely. A — passo, continually, incessantly, always. In — in —,in short, at last, when all is done. In — in —, che volete da me? in short, what do you want of me? — che, though, although. — che, almost. Del —, entirely, altogether. Con — ciò, nevertheless, yet. — dì, —'l di, continually, always. — giorno, —'l giorno, continually, daily. —'ora, —'ore, continually, incessantly. — quanto, all, entirely, all over. — sì, (obs.) as, as well as. — tempo, — il tempo, always, continually, incessantly. Tutt' uno, all one. Tutt'uomo, every man. Gridare a tutt'uomo, to cry help! help!
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