English translation of 'perseguitare'
- (also figurative)
to persecuteessere perseguitato dalla sfortuna
to be dogged by ill luck
'perseguitare' in Other Languages
British English: persecute /ˈpɜːsɪˌkjuːt/ VERB
If someone is persecuted, they are treated cruelly and unfairly, often because of their race or beliefs.
In the Middle Ages, the Church persecuted scientists like Copernicus.
- American English: persecute
- Arabic: يَضْطَهِدُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: perseguir
- Chinese: 迫害
- Croatian: progoniti
- Czech: pronásledovat nespravedlivě
- Danish: retsforfølge
- Dutch: vervolgen
- European Spanish: perseguir victimizar
- Finnish: vainota
- French: persécuter
- German: verfolgen
- Greek: διώκω
- Italian: perseguitare
- Japanese: 迫害する
- Korean: 박해하다
- Norwegian: forfølge
- Polish: prześladować
- European Portuguese: perseguir
- Romanian: a persecuta
- Russian: преследовать
- Spanish: perseguir
- Swedish: förfölja
- Thai: จับมาลงโทษ
- Turkish: baskı yapmak
- Ukrainian: переслідувати
- Vietnamese: ngược đãi
British English: dog VERB
If problems or injuries dog you, they are with you all the time.
The problems that have dogged him all year are just a temporary setback.
British English: hound VERB
If someone hounds you, they constantly disturb or speak to you in an annoying or upsetting way.
Newcomers are constantly hounding them for advice.
British English: stalk VERB
If you stalk a person or a wild animal, you follow them quietly in order to kill them, catch them, or observe them carefully.
He stalks his victims like a hunter after a deer.
Translation of perseguitare from the Collins Italian to English Dictionary