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A8 Italian verbs regarding change

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antoniasd's version from 2017-11-17 16:39

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* indicates the word has a reflexive form, es: fare* > fare, farsi, and both meanings are given, with the reflexive meaning preceeded by *
illuso indicates an irregular past particilple, all other verbs have the regular endings, -ato, -uto and -ito,

A8-1 Hint: it's not stable"

italian infinitive definition
rovesciareto ruin, to overturn, to upset
dondolareto rock, to sway
smarrireto lose
abbandonareto abandon
abiurareto renounce, to abjure
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A8-2a Hint:" confrontation"

italian infinitive definition
invadereto invade
difendereto defend difeso
proteggere*to protect *to protect oneself
resistereto resist, to hold up
sconfiggereto defeat
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A8-2b Hint:" confrontation"

Question Answer
vincereto defeat s.o., to win, *to control oneself vinto
dannareto harm, to damage
uccidereto kill, to murder
bastonareto beat
scalfireto scratch, to graze
osareto dare
combattereto battle, to fight
attacareto attack, to bash
bacciareto attack, to veto, to fail, to flunk
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A8-3 Hint: "negative actions"

italian infinitive definition
costringereto force
distruggereto destroy
explodereto explode
infliggereto inflict
affrontareto confront
offendereto offend offeso
infringereto infringe
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A8-4 Hint: "change"

italian infinitivedefinition
spengereto shut off, to put out (extinguish), to stifle *to go out by itself, to burn out by itself, to pass away (morire) spento
estinguereto extinguish
togliereto take off, remove tolto
ridurreto reduce (in scale) ridotto
assolvereto absolve
affacciare*vt. to show, *to overlook
adattareto adapt, to modify
sciogliareto break up, untie sciolto
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