English translation of 'prossimo'
- (successivo, in tempo, spazio)
nextnei prossimi giorni
in the next few daysscendo alla prossima fermata
I get off at the next stopla prossima volta stai attento!
next time be careful!venerdì prossimo
next Fridayvenerdì prossimo venturo (formal, administration)
in un prossimo futuro
in the near futureprossimo a
close toessere prossimo alla laurea o a laurearsi
to be about to graduateè prossimo alla fine (figurative, morte)
he is close to death
present perfecttrapassato prossimo
avanti il prossimo! (a sportello etc)
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'prossimo' in Other Languages
British English: next /nɛkst/ ADJECTIVE
The next thing is the one that comes immediately after this one or after the last one.
I got up early the next morning.
- American English: next
- Arabic: تَالٍ
- Brazilian Portuguese: seguinte
- Chinese: 下次的
- Croatian: sljedeći
- Czech: následující
- Danish: næste
- Dutch: volgende
- European Spanish: siguiente
- Finnish: seuraava
- French: prochain
- German: nächster
- Greek: επόμενος
- Italian: prossimo
- Japanese: 次の
- Korean: 다음의
- Norwegian: neste
- Polish: następny
- European Portuguese: seguinte
- Romanian: următor
- Russian: следующий
- Latin American Spanish: siguiente
- Swedish: nästa
- Thai: ต่อไป
- Turkish: gelecek
- Ukrainian: наступний
- Vietnamese: tiếp sau
British English: forthcoming ADJECTIVE
A forthcoming event is planned to happen soon.
...his opponents in the forthcoming elections.
British English: upcoming ADJECTIVE
Upcoming events will happen in the near future.
We'll face a tough fight in the upcoming election.
Translation of prossimo from the Collins Italian to English
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