Italian translation of precipitate
(adjective noun prɪˈsɪpɪtɪt; verb prɪˈsɪpɪteɪt)
- (bring on, crisis)
Example Sentences Including 'precipitate'
He saw no reason now why the somewhat precipitate nature of his recent acts should make any difference.A Worm of Doubt
Reading rapidly, Traveller and I pieced together the story of the European conflict, as reported in London, since our precipitate departure.Anti-Ice
He thought he had probably been unduly precipitate in his reactions and was glad they had been unwatched except by Billings.In Love and War
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Translation of precipitate from the Collins English to Italian Dictionary
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