English translation of 'trovare'
- (per caso)
come upon o across
to come up against,
to find work o a job/a househa trovato lavoro
she's found a jobfar trovare qc a qn
to help sb find sthnon trovo le scarpe
I can't find my shoesnon riesco a trovare le chiavi
I can't find my keysandare/venire a trovare qn
to go/come and see sbieri sono andato a trovare Chris
I went to see Chris yesterdaytrovare la morte
to meet one's death
trovare da ridire (su tutto)
to find sth to criticize (in everything)trovare da dormire
to find somewhere to sleep
to find o think that ...lo trovo un po' invecchiato
I think he has aged a bitl'ho trovato molto cambiato
I thought he'd changed a lotti trovo dimagrito
you look thinnertrovi?
do you think so?fa caldo, non trovi?
it's hot, don't you think?trovo giusto/sbagliato che...
I think/don't think it's right that ...lo trovo bello o buono
I like ittrovare qn colpevole
to find sb guilty
catchla notizia ci trovò impreparati
the news caught us unawares
'trovare' in Other Languages
British English: find /faɪnd/ VERB
If you find someone or something, you see them or learn where they are.
I can't find my shoes.
- American English: find
- Arabic: يَجِدُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: encontrar
- Chinese: 找到
- Croatian: naći
- Czech: najít
- Danish: finde
- Dutch: vinden
- European Spanish: encontrar
- Finnish: löytää
- French: trouver
- German: finden
- Greek: βρίσκω
- Italian: trovare
- Japanese: 見つける
- Korean: 찾다
- Norwegian: finne
- Polish: znaleźć
- European Portuguese: encontrar
- Romanian: a găsi
- Russian: находить
- Spanish: encontrar
- Swedish: hitta
- Thai: หา
- Turkish: bulmak aradığı bir şeyi
- Ukrainian: знаходити
- Vietnamese: tìm thấy
Nearby words of 'trovare'
Translation of trovare from the Collins Italian to English
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