English translation of 'mandato'
to sendmandare qc a qn
to send sb sthmanderò una cartolina a Loredana
I'll send Loredana a postcardmi puoi mandare un po' di denaro?
can you send me some money?glielo manderò
I'll send it to himmando sempre una cartolina a tutti i miei amici
I always send postcards to all my friendsmandare qc per posta/per via aerea
to send sth through the o by post/by airmandare a chiamare qn
to send for sbmandare a dire (a qn)
to send word (to sb)mandare due righe a qn
to drop sb a linemandare qn in prigione
to send sb to prisonmandare un bacio a qn
to blow sb a kissmandare in pezzi (vaso, vetro)
to shattermandare in rovina
to ruinche Dio ce la mandi buona!
God help us!
mandare avanti (persona)
to send ahead(figurative)
mandare giù (persona)
to provide for
- (ditta, azienda, attività)
to keep going,
to attend to
to send down(cibo, figurative)
to swallowmandare via (persona)
to send away
mandare in onda (radio, television)
to send out
'mandato' in Other Languages
British English: mandate NOUN
If a government or other elected body has a mandate to do something, they have the authority to do it as a result of winning an election or vote.
The President and his supporters are almost certain to read this vote as a mandate for continued economic reform.
British English: warrant NOUN
A warrant is a legal document that allows someone to do something, especially one that is signed by a judge or magistrate and gives the police permission to arrest someone or search their house.
Police confirmed that they had issued a warrant for his arrest.
Nearby words of 'mandato'
Translation of mandato from the Collins Italian to English Dictionary