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carte
     1. n. plural of carta
nello
     1. contraction. contraction of in lo; in the
     in
          1. prep. in
                Ho qualcosa in tasca. - I have got something in my pocket.
                Partirò in primavera. - I will be leaving in spring.
                Vado in quinta elementare. - I'm in fifth grade of elementary school.
          2. prep. to
                Sono andato in panetteria. - I went to the bakery.
                Vado in quinta elementare. - I go to fifth grade of elementary school.
          3. prep. into
          4. prep. by
                Vado a scuola in autobus. - I go to school by bus.
          5. prep. on
                Ho messo un cappello in testa. - I put a hat on my head.
                Metti il pane in tavola. - Put the bread on the table.
     lo
          1. art. (ngd, The form of m, it, il) that is used before the so-called impure consonants, that is, s+consonant (it, l'; the
                l’osso - the bone
                lo stato - the state
                lo zio - the uncle
          2. pron. (accusative) him
                Lo conosci? - Do you know him?
          3. pron. (accusative) it, this or that thing
                Quando te lo diedi. - When I gave it to you.
stesso
     1. adj. same, equal
     2. adj. -self, myself, yourself, himself, itself, myself
     3. pron. (the same person) same, same person, same man
     4. pron. (the same thing) same, same thing
     5. adv. all the same, just the same, the same, anyway
gioco
     1. n. game
     2. n. (mechanics) backlash
     3. v. first-person singular present indicative of giocare
     giocare
          1. v. to play, (specifically:)
          2. v.          (intransitive) to play a game, for fun (or) as a pastime
                        I bambini giocano in giardino - The children play in the garden
          3. v.          (intransitive) to do something for fun
                        Il gatto gioca col topo - The cat plays with the mouse letting it go to catch it again
          4. v.          (intransitive) to partake in a sport or game
                        Oggi giochiamo a tennis - Today we'll play tennis
                        Fortunato in amor non giochi a carte - Let he who is lucky in love not play cards
          5. v.          (intransitive) to act as required from a game
                        Tocca a te giocare - It's your turn to play (e.g. in a card game)
          6. v.          (intransitive) to participate in a sporting match
                        Domani la Roma giocherà col Napoli - Tomorrow, Roma will play against Napoli
          7. v.          to put into action (in a game)
                        Giocare una carta - To play a card
          8. v. (intransitive, hunting, of birds) to respond to bait
          9. v. (intransitive) to have a gambling addiction
          10. v. to put as stake (in a game)
          11. v.          (by extension) to bet, wager
          12. v. to or waste (time) playing.
          13. v. (figurative, transitive) to deceive or manipulate
          14. v. (figurative, intransitive):
          15. v.          to use (something) skillfully; (with di)
          16. v.          (mechanics, of a mechanism) to have backlash
                        Questo ingranaggio gioca un po' troppo - This gear has a bit too much backlash
          17. v.          to be important, to matter
          18. v.          to make the most of, to take advantage of
punto
     1. n. all senses, jot, iota
     2. n. full stop, period
     3. n. dot
     4. n. instant (point in time)
     5. n. (qual, in the plural) points, score
     6. n. (Tuscany) none
     7. n. (baseball) run
     8. v. first-person singular present of puntare
     9. v. past participle of pungere
     pungere
          1. v. to prick
          2. v. to sting, bite (of an insect, etc.)
          3. v. to prickle, scratch
     puntare
          1. v. to push, lean, rest, plant, brace
          2. v. to point, direct, aim, sight, set
          3. v. to bet, stake, gamble
          4. v. to point (of a gun dog)
          5. v. (intransitive, auxiliary verb avere) to head
          6. v. (intransitive, auxiliary verb avere) to aim
          7. v. (intransitive, auxiliary verb avere) to count on
che
     1. pron. (interrogative) what
     2. pron. (relative) who; whom; which; (ngd, nominative and accusative case)
     3. conj. that
     4. conj. than
     5. conj. when
     6. det. some (informal) A remarkable (some party - che festa - che bambola!)
si
     1. pron. (reflexive pronoun) oneself, himself, herself, itself, themselves
           Il tuo gatto si lava sul mio letto. - Your cat cleans himself/itself on my bed.
           La tua gatta si lava sul mio letto. - Your cat cleans herself on my bed.
           Marco si è rotto il braccio. - Marco has broken his arm.
     2. pron. (reciprocal pronoun) each other, one another
           Carlo e Laura si amano. - Carlo and Laura love each other.
     3. pron. (indefinite) one, you, we, they, people
           In Italia si pranza intorno all'una. - In Italy they eat lunch around 13.
           In Italia si tende ad andare a letto tardi. - In Italy, people tend to go to bed late.
           Si dice che Maria volesse uccidere Giovanni. - It is said that Maria wanted to kill Giovanni.
           Da questa finestra si vede la banca. - From this window, one can see the bank.
     4. pron. (si passivante) (ngd, Used to form the passive voice of a verb); it
           Si vende latte. / Vendesi latte. - Milk for sale.
           Non si accettano carte di credito. - Credit cards are not accepted.
     5. n. (music) B
     sì
          1. adv. yes
          2. adv. so
     1. v. misspelling of fa
     2. v. misspelling of fa'
prendendo
     1. v. gerund of prendere
     prendere
          1. v. to take, hold
                gli studenti prendono appunti. - the students take notes.
          2. v. to get, buy
          3. v. to pick up
          4. v. to eat, drink
          5. v. to borrow
La
     1. pron. (formal) alternative case form of la (you)
     2. art. the
     3. pron. (accusative) her, it
           La vedo. - I see her.
     4. pron. (accusative, formal) you (term of respect)
           La vedo. - I see you.
           Scusi se la disturbo. - Sorry to bother you.
     5. n. (music) la (musical note)
     6. n. (music) A (musical note and scale)
ultima
     1. adj. feminine singular of adjective ultimo
     2. n-f. the last woman, the last female
     3. n-f. the last (grammatically feminine) thing
     4. v. third-person singular present indicative of ultimare
     5. v. second-person singular imperative of ultimare
     ultimare
          1. v. To finish, complete or finalize.
          2. v. To conclude.
     ultimo
          1. adj. last
          2. adj. recent, current
          3. adj. pertaining to last month
          4. n-m. last one
          5. v. first-person singular present indicative of ultimare
carta
     1. n. paper (the material)
     2. n. map
     3. n. menu
     4. n. card
rimasta
     1. Participle. feminine singular of rimasto
     rimasto
          1. v. past participle of rimanere (feminine: rimasta, masculine plural: rimasti, feminine plural: rimaste)
in
     1. prep. in
           Ho qualcosa in tasca. - I have got something in my pocket.
           Partirò in primavera. - I will be leaving in spring.
           Vado in quinta elementare. - I'm in fifth grade of elementary school.
     2. prep. to
           Sono andato in panetteria. - I went to the bakery.
           Vado in quinta elementare. - I go to fifth grade of elementary school.
     3. prep. into
     4. prep. by
           Vado a scuola in autobus. - I go to school by bus.
     5. prep. on
           Ho messo un cappello in testa. - I put a hat on my head.
           Metti il pane in tavola. - Put the bread on the table.
banco
     1. n. desk
     2. n. counter (in a bank, etc.)
     3. n. bench, table
     4. n. stall (selling goods)
     5. n. dock (in a court)
     6. n. shoal (of sand)
     7. n. floe (of ice)
     8. n. bank (institution to place or borrow money)
     9. n. bank (of fog, clouds, sand)
     10. n. school (of fishes)
     11. n. pawnshop (banco dei pegni)
     12. n. reef (of corals)
     13. v. first-person singular present indicative of bancare
     bancare
          1. v. to deposit cash in a bank (over the counter)
          2. v. to lay a bet
          3. v. (intransitive) to give odds (of)
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