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English translation of 'traversata'



feminine noun

    1. (gen) (also nautical) crossing
    2. (aeronautics) flight, trip
    la traversata dell'Atlantico the crossing of the Atlantic

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transitive verb

  1. (attraversare) to cross
    traversare un fiume a nuoto to swim across a river

'traversata' in Other Languages

British English: crossing /ˈkrɒsɪŋ/ NOUN
A crossing is a boat journey to the other side of a sea.
He made the crossing from Cape Town to Sydney.
  • American English: crossing
  • Arabic: عُبُور
  • Brazilian Portuguese: travessia
  • Chinese: 横渡
  • Croatian: prijelaz
  • Czech: přeplavba trajektem
  • Danish: overfart
  • Dutch: oversteek
  • European Spanish: travesía
  • Finnish: ylikulkutie
  • French: traversée
  • German: Kreuzung
  • Greek: διάβαση
  • Italian: traversata
  • Japanese: 交差点
  • Korean: 횡단로
  • Norwegian: overgang krysningspunkt
  • Polish: skrzyżowanie
  • European Portuguese: travessia
  • Romanian: traversarea unei ape
  • Russian: пересечение моря
  • Spanish: cruce
  • Swedish: överfart
  • Thai: การข้าม
  • Turkish: geçit
  • Ukrainian: перепливання
  • Vietnamese: đi tàu sang biển bên kia


Translation of traversata from the Collins Italian to English
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