Italian translation of 'possession'
possessoin possession of
in possesso dihouse with vacant possession
casa libera subitoto have sth in one's possession
avere qc in proprio possessoto get possession of
entrare in possesso dito take possession of sth
impossessarsi or impadronirsi di qcto take possession of a house
prendere possesso di una casato get/have possession of the ball (sport)
impossessarsi/essere in possesso della palla
- (thing possessed)
avere mone's possessions
le sue cosehave you got all your possessions?
hai tutte le tue cose?her most treasured possession
la cosa più cara che ha
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Example Sentences Including 'possession'
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I would estimate that they should be in his possession sometime tomorrow morning.CODE BREAKER (2001)
Handmade for her by the master craftsman Edward Barnsley and for many years her most prized possession.THE IMAGE OF LAURA (2001)
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'possession' in Other Languages
British English: possession /pəˈzɛʃən/ NOUN
retention If you are in possessionof something, you have it, because you have obtained it or because it belongs to you.
Those documents are now in the possession of the Guardian newspaper.
- American English: possession
- Arabic: إِمْتِلاك
- Brazilian Portuguese: posse
- Chinese: 拥有物
- Croatian: vlasništvo
- Czech: vlastnictí
- Danish: besiddelse
- Dutch: bezit
- European Spanish: posesión
- Finnish: omistus
- French: possession
- German: Besitztum
- Greek: κτήση
- Italian: possesso
- Japanese: 所有
- Korean: 소유
- Norwegian: eiendel
- Polish: posiadanie
- European Portuguese: posse
- Romanian: posesie
- Russian: обладание
- Spanish: posesión
- Swedish: ägodel
- Thai: ความเป็นเจ้าของ
- Turkish: mülkiyet
- Ukrainian: володіння
- Vietnamese: sự sỡ hữu
British English: possession NOUN
belongings Your possessions are the things that you own or have with you at a particular time.
People had lost their homes and all their possessions.
Translation of possession from the Collins English to Italian Dictionary