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just significa in italiano

IngleseItaliano
just (morally fair, righteous)
adjective
[UK: dʒəst]
[US: dʒəst]

giustoadjective

just (only, simply, merely)
adverb
[UK: dʒəst]
[US: dʒəst]

soloadverb

just (recently)
adverb
[UK: dʒəst]
[US: dʒəst]

appenaadverb

just now (very close to the present moment)
adverb
[UK: dʒəst naʊ]
[US: dʒəst ˈnaʊ]

or oraadverb

just the same (despite)
adverb
[UK: dʒəst ðə seɪm]
[US: dʒəst ðə ˈseɪm]

ugualmenteadverb

justice [justices] (state of being just or fair)
noun
[UK: ˈdʒʌst.ɪs]
[US: ˈdʒʌst.ɪs]

giustizianoun
{f}
That's justice. = Quella è giustizia.

Justice of the Peace (judicial officer)
noun
[UK: ˈdʒʌst.ɪs əv ðə piːs]
[US: ˈdʒʌst.ɪs əv ðə ˈpiːs]

giudice di pacenoun
{m}

justiciability (ability to be evaluated and resolved by the courts)
noun

giustiziabilitànoun
{f}

justifiable (that can be justified)
adjective
[UK: ˌdʒʌ.stɪ.ˈfaɪəb.l̩]
[US: ˈdʒʌ.stə.ˌfaɪəb.l̩]

giustificabileadjective

justifiably (in a justifiable manner)
adverb
[UK: ˌdʒʌ.stɪ.ˈfaɪə.bli]
[US: ˈdʒʌ.stə.ˌfaɪə.bli]

legittimamenteadverb

justification [justifications] (reason, explanation, or excuse)
noun
[UK: ˌdʒʌ.stɪ.fɪˈk.eɪʃ.n̩]
[US: ˌdʒʌ.stə.fɪˈk.eɪʃ.n̩]

giustificazionenoun
{f}
He was punished with justification. = Fu punito con giustificazione.

ragionenoun
{f}

scusanoun
{f}

spiegazionenoun
{f}

justificatory (providing justification)
adjective
[UK: ˈdʒʌ.stɪ.fɪk.eɪ.tə.rɪ]
[US: dʒə.ˈstɪ.fək.ə.ˌtɔː.riː]

giustificatoreadjective

justified (having a justification)
adjective
[UK: ˈdʒʌ.stɪ.faɪd]
[US: ˈdʒʌ.stə.ˌfaɪd]

giustificatoadjectiveThis is justified. = Questo è giustificato.

justify [justified, justifying, justifies] (provide an acceptable explanation)
verb
[UK: ˈdʒʌ.stɪ.faɪ]
[US: ˈdʒʌ.stə.ˌfaɪ]

giustificareverbIt's hard to justify. = È difficile da giustificare.

Justin (male given name)
proper noun
[UK: ˈdʒʌ.stɪn]
[US: ˈdʒʌ.stən]

Giustinoproper noun
{m}

Justine (female given name)
proper noun
[UK: dʒə.ˈstiːn]
[US: dʒə.ˈstiːn]

Giustinaproper noun
{f}

Justinian (emperor of the Byzantine or East Roman Empire from 527 to 565)
proper noun

Giustinianoproper noun

Justinianian (of or relating to the Byzantine emperor Justinian)
adjective

giustinianeoadjective

justly (In a just or fair manner)
adverb
[UK: ˈdʒʌst.li]
[US: ˈdʒʌst.li]

giustamenteadverb

Justus (male given name)
proper noun
[UK: ˈdʒə.stəs]
[US: ˈdʒə.stəs]

Giustoproper noun
{m}

adjust [adjusted, adjusting, adjusts] (to modify)
verb
[UK: ə.ˈdʒʌst]
[US: ə.ˈdʒəst]

adattareverbHis eyes adjusted to the dark. = I suoi occhi si adattarono al buio.

adeguareverb

regolareverbI adjusted one. = Ne regolai uno.

adjustable (capable of being adjusted)
adjective
[UK: ə.ˈdʒʌ.stəb.l̩]
[US: ə.ˈdʒə.stəb.l̩]

modificabileadjective

regolabileadjective

adjustable pliers (a type of pliers)
noun

pinza a pappagallonoun
{f}

pinza regolabilenoun
{f}

adjustable spanner (adjustable hand tool)
noun
[UK: ə.ˈdʒʌ.stəb.l̩ ˈspæ.nə(r)]
[US: ə.ˈdʒə.stəb.l̩ ˈspæ.nər]

chiave a rullinonoun
{f}

chiave regolabilenoun
{f}

adjusted (compensated in order to avoid bias)
adjective
[UK: ə.ˈdʒʌ.stɪd]
[US: ə.ˈdʒə.stəd]

aggiustatoadjective

adjustment [adjustments] (result of adjusting, small change)
noun
[UK: ə.ˈdʒʌst.mənt]
[US: ə.ˈdʒəst.mənt]

adattamentonoun
{m}

inserimentonoun
{m}

do justice (allow to be apprehended in its full scope)
verb

rendere giustiziaverb

injustice [injustices] (violation of the rights of another)
noun
[UK: ɪn.ˈdʒʌ.stɪs]
[US: ˌɪn.ˈdʒə.stəs]

ingiustizianoun
{f}
This is a terrible injustice. = Questa è una terribile ingiustizia.

International Court of Justice (UN court)
proper noun

Corte internazionale di giustiziaproper noun
{m}

miscarriage of justice (error which led to an unjust outcome)
noun

errore giudiziarionoun
{m}

readjust [readjusted, readjusting, readjusts] (to adjust again)
verb
[UK: ˌriːə.ˈdʒʌst]
[US: ˌriə.ˈdʒəst]

riadattareverb

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