English translation of 'consolare'
ho cercato di consolarla un po'
to cheer up
I tried to cheer her up a bitse ti può consolare...
if it is of any consolation o comfort to you ...
'consolare' in Other Languages
British English: comfort VERB
If you comfort someone, you make them feel less worried, unhappy, or upset, for example by saying kind things to them.
Ned put his arm around her, trying to comfort her.
British English: console VERB
If you console someone who is unhappy about something, you try to make them feel more cheerful.
Never mind,' he consoled me.
British English: consular ADJECTIVE
Consular means involving or relating to a consul or the work of a consul.
Consular officials have visited the men, although they have not yet had access to lawyers.
Translation of consolare from the Collins Italian to English Dictionary
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