Angličtina-Taliančina slovník »

boot znamená v Taliančina

AngličtinaTaliančina
boot [boots] (construction: flexible cover to protect a shaft, lever, switch etc.)
noun
[UK: buːt]
[US: ˈbuːt]

guainanoun
{f}

boot [boots] (heavy shoe that covers part of the leg)
noun
[UK: buːt]
[US: ˈbuːt]

scarponenoun
{m}

stivalenoun
{m}

boot [boots] (the act or process of bootstrapping)
noun
[UK: buːt]
[US: ˈbuːt]

avvionoun
{m}

boot [booted, booted, booting, boots] (to start a system)
verb
[UK: buːt]
[US: ˈbuːt]

avviareverb

caricareverb

Boötes (a constellation)
proper noun

Booteproper noun
{m}

booth [booths] (a small stall for the display and sale of goods)
noun
[UK: buːð]
[US: ˈbuːθ]

bancarellanoun

bugigattolonoun
{m}

standnoun

booth [booths] (an enclosure just big enough to accommodate one standing person)
noun
[UK: buːð]
[US: ˈbuːθ]

cabinanoun
{f}

bootlace (lace for fastening boots)
noun
[UK: ˈbuːt.leɪs]
[US: ˈbuːt.leɪs]

sogattolonoun
{m}

bootlegger (illegal trader)
noun
[UK: ˈbuːt.le.ɡə(r)]
[US: ˈbuːˌt.le.ɡər]

contrabbandierenoun

trafficantenoun
{m}

bootlicker (person who behaves in a servile or obsequious manner)
noun
[UK: ˈbuːt.ˌlɪk.ə]
[US: ˈbuːt.ˌlɪkər]

leccapiedinoun
{m}

ruffianonoun
{m}

bootmaker (a maker of boots, a cobbler)
noun
[UK: ˈbuːt.ˌmeɪk.ə]
[US: ˈbuːt.ˌmeɪk.ə]

stivalaionoun
{m}

bootstrap [bootstraps] (a loop at the top of a boot to help in pulling it on)
noun
[UK: ˈbuːt.stræp]
[US: ˈbuːt.ˌstræp]

linguettanoun
{f}

tirantenoun
{m}

bootstrap [bootstraps] (a means of advancing oneself or accomplishing something)
noun
[UK: ˈbuːt.stræp]
[US: ˈbuːt.ˌstræp]

trampolinonoun
{m}

bootstrap [bootstraps] (the process by which the operating system of a computer is loaded into its memory, see also: boot)
noun
[UK: ˈbuːt.stræp]
[US: ˈbuːt.ˌstræp]

avvionoun
{m}

bootstrap [bootstraps] (the process necessary to compile the tools that will be used to compile the rest of the system or program)
noun
[UK: ˈbuːt.stræp]
[US: ˈbuːt.ˌstræp]

caricamentonoun
{m}

booty (plunder)
noun
[UK: ˈbuː.ti]
[US: ˈbuː.ti]

bottininoun
{m-Pl}

bottinonoun
{m}

saccheggionoun
{m}

sacconoun
{m}

ankle boot (ankle-high boot)
noun
[UK: ˈæŋk.l̩ buːt]
[US: ˈæŋk.l̩ ˈbuːt]

stivalettonoun

combat boot (boot designed for combat)
noun

anfibionoun
{m}

have one's heart in one's boots (feel very sad)
verb

avere il morale a terraverb

photo booth (a coin-operated kiosk used to take photographs)
noun

cabina per fototesserenoun
{f}

Puss in Boots (fairy tale)
proper noun

Gatto con gli Stivaliproper noun
{m}

reboot [reboots] (instance of rebooting)
noun
[UK: ˌriː.ˈbuːt]
[US: ˌriː.ˈbuːt]

riavvionoun
{m}

reboot [rebooted, rebooted, rebooting, reboots] (To execute a computer's boot process and reload the operating system)
verb
[UK: ˌriː.ˈbuːt]
[US: ˌriː.ˈbuːt]

reiniziareverb

seven-league boots (boots enabling great stride)
noun

stivali delle sette leghenoun
{m-Pl}

slyboots (shallow and manipulative woman)
noun
[UK: ˈslaɪ.buːts]
[US: ˈslaɪ.buːts]

gattamortanoun
{f}

telephone booth [telephone booths] (a small enclosure housing a public telephone)
noun
[UK: ˈte.lɪ.fəʊn buːð]
[US: ˈte.ləˌfoʊn ˈbuːθ]

cabina telefonicanoun
{f}

toll booth (a booth on a toll road or toll bridge where the toll is collected)
noun

casellonoun
{m}