English translation of 'sradicare'
to root out
- (figurative, vizio)
to feel uprooted
'sradicare' in Other Languages
British English: pull out /pʊl aʊt/ VERB
When a vehicle or driver pulls out, the vehicle moves out into the road or nearer the centre of the road.
She pulled out into the street.
- American English: pull out
- Arabic: يَتَحَرَّكُ بِالسَّيَارَةِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: tirar o carro
- Chinese: 离开
- Croatian: izaći
- Czech: vyjet ze strany vozovky
- Danish: køre ud
- Dutch: invoegen
- European Spanish: salir de una calle extraer
- Finnish: lähteä liikkeelle
- French: sortir
- German: herausziehen
- Greek: μπαίνω στη μέση του δρόμου
- Italian: sradicare
- Japanese: 車線から出る
- Korean: (차가) 출발하다
- Norwegian: trekke ut
- Polish: wyciągnąć
- European Portuguese: arrancar carro
- Romanian: a ieși
- Russian: выезжать
- Spanish: salir jalar
- Swedish: dra ut
- Thai: แล่นออก
- Turkish: kenara çekmek araç
- Ukrainian: виїжджати
- Vietnamese: rút khỏi
British English: eradicate VERB
To eradicate something means to get rid of it completely.
They are already battling to eradicate illnesses such as malaria and tetanus.
British English: uproot VERB
If you uproot yourself or if you are uprooted, you leave, or are made to leave, a place where you have lived for a long time.
...the trauma of uprooting themselves from their homes.
Translation of sradicare from the Collins Italian to English Dictionary