Italian translation of 'cone'
- (gen, of ice cream)
cono di gelato
- (gen, of ice cream)
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Example Sentences Including 'cone'
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At 60mph an ice cream cone is quickly reduced to a sticky mess in the left hand that makes clutch operation either difficult or impossible.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
Count to 30, drain and cut out the core in a cone shape.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
It held a bright green cone.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Often workmen go home for the weekend, leaving cones and traffic lights in place.The Sun (2016)
Pipe in rings of three, working inwards each time to get a nice cone shape.The Sun (2013)
Shuffle back to the centre cone, then turn around and sprint to the cone that is now in front of you.The Sun (2011)
Touch the left cone, then shuffle across to the one to the right of centre cone and touch it.The Sun (2011)
You can use any leftover mixture to stuff pine cones.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
Banana plantations and forests give way to volcanic cones and lava fields.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Bowls of pine cones look and smell gorgeous.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
My son brings ice-cream cones.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Wire together dried fruit and fir cones and use to fill any gaps.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Collect pine cones to hang on the tree.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
People heard a thud and smelled burning before blood splattered the windows after the birds struck the left engine and nose cone.The Sun (2015)
They put cones around me in the hole.The Sun (2007)
They put cones in the middle of the road all the time.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
Use a knife to remove the core in a small cone shape.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
We always light incense cones when dining alfresco, a foolproof trick learnt from camping neighbours in France.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Bright blue cones ripen brown.Winter Garden Glory (1993)
It is evident in another when they went out for ice cream cones and shared a calm, low-key mood.Divergent Realities: the Emotional Lives of Mothers, Fathers, and Adolescents (1994)
These islands are rugged, eroded remnants of great volcanic cones.Macrosociology: An Introduction to Human Societies (1995)
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'cone' in Other Languages
British English: cone /kəʊn/ NOUN
shape A cone is a shape with a circular base and smooth curved sides ending in a point at the top.
...bright-orange traffic cones to stop people parking on the bridge.
- American English: cone
- Arabic: مَخْرُوط
- Brazilian Portuguese: cone
- Chinese: 锥
- Croatian: stožac
- Czech: kužel
- Danish: kegle
- Dutch: kegel
- European Spanish: cono
- Finnish: kartio
- French: cône
- German: Kegel
- Greek: κώνος
- Italian: cono
- Japanese: 円錐形のもの
- Korean: 원뿔
- Norwegian: kjegle
- Polish: stożek
- European Portuguese: cone
- Romanian: con
- Russian: конус
- Spanish: cono
- Swedish: strut
- Thai: กรวย
- Turkish: koni
- Ukrainian: конус
- Vietnamese: hình nón
British English: cone NOUN
for ice cream A cone is a thin, cone-shaped biscuit that is used for holding ice cream.
She stopped by the ice-cream shop and had a chocolate cone.
Translation of cone from the Collins English to Italian Dictionary