English translation of 'curiosare'
to look round,
wander roundcuriosare nei negozi
to look round o wander around the shopscuriosare tra vecchi giornali
to browse through old newspaperscuriosare nelle faccende altrui
to poke one's nose into other people's affairs
'curiosare' in Other Languages
British English: browse /braʊz/ VERB
in shop If you browse in a shop, you look at things in a fairly casual way, in the hope that you might find something you like.
I stopped in several bookstores to browse.
- American English: browse
- Arabic: يَسْتَعْرِض
- Brazilian Portuguese: olhar sem compromisso
- Chinese: 浏览
- Croatian: razgledati
- Czech: prohlédnout
- Danish: browse
- Dutch: rondkijken
- European Spanish: echar una ojeada
- Finnish: selata
- French: naviguer Internet
- German: umsehen (sich)
- Greek: ξεφυλλίζω
- Italian: curiosare
- Japanese: 拾い読みする
- Korean: 훑어보다
- Norwegian: bla gjennom
- Polish: przejrzeć
- European Portuguese: olhar sem compromisso
- Romanian: a se uita
- Russian: скользить взглядом
- Spanish: ojear
- Swedish: bläddra
- Thai: ดูคร่าวๆ
- Turkish: göz atmak
- Ukrainian: переглядати
- Vietnamese: xem lướt qua
British English: snoop VERB
If someone snoops around a place, they secretly look around it in order to find out things.
He was the one she'd seen snooping around her friend's hotel room.
Nearby words of 'curiosare'
Translation of curiosare from the Collins Italian to English Dictionary
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