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English translation of 'abitare'



intransitive verb

  1. abitare in, a to live (in)
    abitare in campagna/a Roma/all'estero to live in the country/in Rome/abroad
    dove abiti? where do you live?
    abito a Firenze I live in Florence
    abito qui da sei anni I've been living here for six years
    abita al numero 10 she lives at number 10
    abitano al sesto piano they live on the sixth floor

transitive verb

    1. (casa) to live in, dwell in (liter)
    2. (luogo) to inhabit

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'abitare' in Other Languages

British English: inhabit VERB
If a place or region is inhabited by a group of people or a species of animal, those people or animals live there.
The valley is inhabited by the Dani tribe.


Translation of abitare from the Collins Italian to English
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