English translation of 'curiosare'
to look round,
wander roundcuriosare nei negozi
to look round o wander around the shopscuriosare tra vecchi giornali
to browse through old newspaperscuriosare nelle faccende altrui
to poke one's nose into other people's affairs
'curiosare' in Other Languages
British English: browse /braʊz/ VERB
in shop If you browse in a shop, you look at things in a fairly casual way, in the hope that you might find something you like.
I stopped in several bookstores to browse.
- American English: browse
- Arabic: يَسْتَعْرِض
- Brazilian Portuguese: olhar sem compromisso
- Chinese: 浏览
- Croatian: razgledati
- Czech: prohlédnout
- Danish: browse
- Dutch: rondkijken
- European Spanish: echar una ojeada
- Finnish: selata
- French: naviguer Internet
- German: umsehen (sich)
- Greek: ξεφυλλίζω
- Italian: curiosare
- Japanese: 拾い読みする
- Korean: 훑어보다
- Norwegian: bla gjennom
- Polish: przejrzeć
- European Portuguese: olhar sem compromisso
- Romanian: a se uita
- Russian: скользить взглядом
- Spanish: ojear
- Swedish: bläddra
- Thai: ดูคร่าวๆ
- Turkish: göz atmak
- Ukrainian: переглядати
- Vietnamese: xem lướt qua
British English: snoop VERB
If someone snoops around a place, they secretly look around it in order to find out things.
He was the one she'd seen snooping around her friend's hotel room.
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Translation of curiosare from the Collins Italian to English
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