Italian translation of 'tick off'
transitive verb + adverb
he ticked the names off the list
- (from a list)
- (informal, scold)
ha barrato i nomi dalla listashe ticked me off for being late
mi ha sgridato per il ritardo
- (from a list)
- (US, informal, annoy)
Example Sentences Including 'tick off'
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It was as if he were watching the scoreboard clock tick off the final days of his career.NOBODY'S BABY BUT MINE (1997)
He held his pencil ready to tick off the point on his list.A DAYSTAR OF FEAR
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'tick off' in Other Languages
British English: tick off /tɪk ɒf/ VERB
If you tick off an item on a list, you put a tick by it to show that it has been dealt with.
He ticked off my name on a piece of paper.
- American English: check off
- Arabic: يَضِعُ عَلَامَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: assinalar
- Chinese: 用记号勾出
- Croatian: označiti kvačicom
- Czech: odškrtnout označit jako hotové
- Danish: sætte hak ved
- Dutch: afvinken
- European Spanish: marcar
- Finnish: ruksata listalla tehdyksi tms.
- French: cocher
- German: abhaken
- Greek: σημαδεύω
- Italian: spuntare
- Japanese: チェックする
- Korean: 체크하다
- Norwegian: krysse av
- Polish: odhaczyć w tekście
- European Portuguese: assinalar
- Romanian: a bifa
- Russian: отмечать галочкой
- Spanish: marcar
- Swedish: bocka av
- Thai: ทำเครื่องหมายขีด
- Turkish: imlemek
- Ukrainian: відзначати
- Vietnamese: đánh dấu
Translation of tick off from the Collins English to Italian Dictionary