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English translation of 'parte'

parte

(ˈparte)

feminine noun

    1. (gen) part
    2. (quota spettante a ciascuno) share
    la prima parte del libro the first part of the book
    parte del libro non mi è piaciuta I didn't like some o part of the book
    ognuno ebbe la sua parte everyone had their share
    una parte di noi some of us
    gran o la maggior parte degli spettatori most of the audience
    in parte in part, partly
    fare le parti di qc to divide sth up
    fare la parte del leone to take the lion's share
  1. (partecipazione)
    fare parte di qc to belong to sth
    fa parte di un club sportivo he belongs to a sports club
    prendere parte a (dibattito, conversazione) to take part in, participate in (lutto) to share in
    non ha preso parte alla discussione he didn't take part in the discussion
    mettere qn a parte di qc to inform sb of sth, tell sb about sth
    1. (lato) (also figurative) side
    2. (direzione) direction
    la parte destra del corpo the right-hand side of the body
    dall'altra parte della strada on the other side of the road
    veniva dall'altra parte he was coming from the opposite direction
    da parte a parte right through
    essere dalla parte della ragione to be in the right
    non sapeva da che parte voltarsi (figurative) he didn't know which way to turn
    stare dalla parte di qn to be on sb's side
    prendere le parti di qn to take sb's side, side with sb
    hanno preso le sue parti they sided with him
    mettere da parte qc to save up, put sth aside
    ha messo da parte un bel po' di denaro he's saved up quite a lot of money
  2. (luogo, regione)
    da qualche parte somewhere
    da tutte le parti everywhere
    da questa parte (in questa direzione) this way
    da che parte è andato? which way did he go?
    da ogni parte (stato in luogo) everywhere, on all sides (moto da luogo) from all sides
    da nessuna parte nowhere, not... anywhere
    non riesco a trovarlo da nessuna parte I can't find it anywhere
    da queste parti (qui vicino) around here
    dalle mie parti where I come from
    abita dalle mie parti he lives in the same area as I do
    dalle parti di Glasgow Street in the vicinity of Glasgow Street
    1. (fazione, partito) group, faction
    2. (law) party
    la parte avversaria the opposing party
    uomo di parte partisan
    la parte lesa (law) the injured party
    costituirsi parte civile contro qn (law) to associate in an action with the public prosecutor against sb
    le parti in causa the parties concerned
  3. (theatre) part, role
    avere una parte secondaria to have a minor role
    fare la parte dello stupido/della vittima (figurative) to act the fool/the martyr
  4. (fraseologia)
    a parte (con funzione di agg) separate (con funzione di avv) separately
    fatto a parte done separately
    pagare qc a parte to pay for sth separately
    inviare a parte (campioni) to send under separate cover
    scherzi a parte joking aside, but, seriously
    a parte ciò apart from that
    da un anno a questa parte for about a year now
    da parte (in disparte) to one side, aside
    da parte mia as far as I'm concerned, as for me
    da parte di (per conto di) on behalf of (regalo, saluti) from
    questo è da parte di Giorgio this is from Giorgio
    da parte di madre on his (o her etc) mother's side
    d'altra parte on the other hand

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partire

(parˈtire)

intransitive verb

    1. (gen) to go, leave
    2. (lasciare un luogo) to leave
    3. (mettersi in cammino) to set off, set out
    4. (allontanarsi) to go away, go off
    partire da/per to leave from/for
    sono partita da Roma alle 7 I left Rome at 7
    partire in treno/in macchina to go by train/car
    partire come una freccia to be off like a shot
    non dargli troppo da bere perché lui parte subito (informal) don't give him too much to drink because it goes straight to his head
  1. (cominciare, Sport, figurative)
    partire (da) to start (from)
    la corsa parte dal nord della città the race starts o leaves from the north of the town
    la loro è una storia partita male theirs is a relationship which got off to a bad start
    1. (motore) to start
    2. (aereo) to take off
    3. (treno) to leave
    la macchina non parte the car won't start
    il volo parte da Linate the flight leaves from Linate
    a che ora parte il treno? what time does the train leave?
    partire in quarta to drive off at top speed (figurative) to be very enthusiastic
    far partire la macchina to start (up) the car
    1. (colpo di arma da fuoco, petardo) to go off
    2. (tappo) to pop out, shoot out
    è partito un colpo the gun went off
  2. a partire da from
    a partire da oggi from today onwards
    a partire da ora from now on
    la seconda a partire/partendo da destra the second from the right
    a partire da 20 euro from 20 euros

'parte' in Other Languages

British English: part /pɑːt/ NOUN
Part of something is a piece or a section of it.
I like that part of the town.
  • American English: part
  • Arabic: جُزْءٌ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: parte
  • Chinese: 部分
  • Croatian: dio
  • Czech: část
  • Danish: del
  • Dutch: onderdeel
  • European Spanish: parte
  • Finnish: osa
  • French: partie
  • German: Teil
  • Greek: τμήμα
  • Italian: parte
  • Japanese: 部分
  • Korean: 일부
  • Norwegian: del
  • Polish: część cząstka
  • European Portuguese: parte
  • Romanian: parte
  • Russian: часть
  • Latin American Spanish: parte división
  • Swedish: del
  • Thai: ส่วนหนึ่ง
  • Turkish: parça
  • Ukrainian: частина
  • Vietnamese: phần
British English: side /saɪd/ NOUN
team The different sides in a game are the groups of people who are playing against each other.
Both sides want to win the match.
  • American English: side
  • Arabic: فَرِيق
  • Brazilian Portuguese: lado
  • Chinese: 比赛的
  • Croatian: suprotna strana
  • Czech: družstvove hře
  • Danish: side
  • Dutch: partij
  • European Spanish: equipo
  • Finnish: puoli
  • French: équipesport
  • German: Seite
  • Greek: πλευρά
  • Italian: parte
  • Japanese: チーム
  • Korean:
  • Norwegian: motstander
  • Polish: strona
  • European Portuguese: parte
  • Romanian: echipă
  • Russian: соперники
  • Latin American Spanish: parte
  • Swedish: sidor
  • Thai: ฝ่าย
  • Turkish: taraf
  • Ukrainian: сторона
  • Vietnamese: đội

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