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Englische Übersetzung von aperto



past participle of verb

  1. of aprire


    1. (gen) (also figurative) open
    2. (rubinetto) on, running
    3. (gas) on
    hai lasciato la porta aperta you've left the door open
    lasciare la macchina aperta to leave the car unlocked
    di mentalità aperta open-minded
    i miei sono molto aperti my parents are very open-minded
    a cuore aperto (intervento) open heart (attr) (figurative) frankly, sincerely
    a bocca aperta open-mouthed
    rimanere a bocca aperta (figurative) to be taken aback
    sognare ad occhi aperti to daydream
    all'aria aperta in the open air

masculine noun

  1. all'aperto outdoors (cinema, piscina) open-air (attr) (giochi, vacanze) outdoor (attr)
    abbiamo dormito all'aperto we slept outdoors

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(aˈprire) (irregular)

transitive verb

    1. (gen) to open
    2. (porta chiusa a chiave) to unlock
    3. (camicia) to undo, unfasten
    4. (ali) (also figurative) to spread
    va' ad aprire (la porta) go and open o answer the door
    posso aprire la finestra? can I open the window?
    dai, non apri i regali? come on, aren't you going to open your presents?
    non ha aperto bocca he didn't say a word, he didn't open his mouth
    tutto ciò mi ha aperto gli occhi all that was an eye-opener to me
    apri bene gli orecchi listen carefully
    aprirsi un varco tra la folla to cut one's way through the crowd
    1. (acqua, rubinetto) to turn on
    2. (gas) to turn on, switch on
    non riesco ad aprire il rubinetto I can't turn the tap on
    1. (istituire, negozio, club, conto) to open
    2. (inchiesta) to open, set up
    3. (strada) to build
    aprire bottega to open shop
    1. (dare inizio, anno, stagione) to start, open
    2. (lista) to head
    3. (processione) to lead
    aprire (il gioco) (cards) to open play
    aprire il fuoco to open fire
    aprire le ostilità (military) to begin hostilities
    aprire una sessione (computing) to log on
  1. (law, testamento) to read

intransitive verb

  1. to open
    a che ora apre la banca? what time does the bank open?
    la banca apre alle otto the bank opens at eight
See aprirsi
See aprirsi

aperto in anderen Sprachen

Britisches Englisch: open /ˈəʊpn/ ADJECTIVE
You use open to describe something which has been opened. open window.
  • Amerikanisches Englisch: open
  • Arabisch: مَفْتُوحٌ
  • Brasilianisches Portugiesisch: aberto
  • Chinesisch: 开着的
  • Kroatisch: otvoren
  • Tschechisch: otevřený
  • Dänisch: åben
  • Niederländisch: open
  • Europäisches Spanisch: abierto
  • Finnisch: avoin
  • Französisch: ouvert
  • Deutsch: offen Gegenstand
  • Griechisch: ανοικτός
  • Italienisch: aperto
  • Japanisch: 開いた
  • Koreanisch: 열린
  • Norwegisch: åpen
  • Polnisch: otwarty
  • Europäisches Portugiesisch: aberto
  • Rumänisch: deschis
  • Russisch: открытый
  • Spanisch: abierto
  • Schwedisch: öppen
  • Thai: เปิดออก
  • Türkisch: açık kapı, pencere vb
  • Ukrainisch: відкритий
  • Vietnamesisch: mở


Die Übersetzung von aperto aus dem Collins Italienisch zu Englisch
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