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fare i conti verb

deal with(take action with respect to (someone or something))
verb

attendere verb

abide [abode, abode, abiding, abides](wait in expectation)
verb
[UK: ə.ˈbaɪd ə.ˈbəʊd ə.ˈbəʊd] [US: ə.ˈbaɪd əˈboʊd əˈboʊd]

await [awaited, awaited, awaiting, awaits](transitive: to wait for)
verb
[UK: ə.ˈweɪt] [US: ə.ˈweɪt]

hold off(To delay commencing an action)
verb
[UK: həʊld ɒf] [US: hoʊld ˈɒf]

hold on(wait a minute)
verb
[UK: həʊld ɒn] [US: hoʊld ɑːn]

hold outverb
[UK: həʊld ˈaʊt] [US: hoʊld ˈaʊt]

pursue [pursued, pursued, pursuing, pursues](to participate in, practise (an activity, profession))
verb
[UK: pə.ˈsjuː] [US: pər.ˈsuː]

serve [served, served, serving, serves](to be suitor to)
verb
[UK: sɜːv] [US: ˈsɝːv]

wait [waited, waited, waiting, waits](delay until some event)
verb
[UK: weɪt] [US: ˈweɪt]

fare verb

act [acted, acted, acting, acts](to behave in a certain way)
verb
[UK: ækt] [US: ˈækt]

be(used to indicate that the values on either side of an equation are the same)
verb
[UK: bi wɒz wɜː(r) biːn] [US: bi wəz wər ˈbɪn]

cast [cast, cast, casting, casts](to perform, bring forth a magical spell or enchantment)
verb
[UK: kɑːst kɑːst kɑːst] [US: ˈkæst ˈkæst ˈkæst]

do [did, done, doing, does](perform, execute)
verb
[UK: duː dɪd dʌn] [US: ˈduː ˈdɪd ˈdən]

have [had, had, having, has](cause to, by command or request)
verb
[UK: həv həd həd] [US: həv həd həd]

make [made, made, making, makes](to construct)
verb
[UK: ˈmeɪk ˈmeɪd ˈmeɪd] [US: ˈmeɪk ˈmeɪd ˈmeɪd]

fare alleanza verb

ally [allied, allied, allying, allies](to unite or form a connection between (people or things))
verb
[UK: ˈæl.aɪ] [US: ˈæl.aɪ]

fare passare verb

make way(to give place or step aside)
verb
[UK: ˈmeɪk ˈweɪ] [US: ˈmeɪk ˈweɪ]

fare silenzio verb

shut up(intransitive: to stop talking or making noise)
verb
[UK: ʃʌt ʌp] [US: ˈʃət ʌp]

fare retromarcia verb

back out(to reverse a vehicle from a confined space)
verb
[UK: ˈbæk ˈaʊt] [US: ˈbæk ˈaʊt]

fare domanda verb

apply [applied, applied, applying, applies](to submit oneself as a candidate)
verb
[UK: ə.ˈplaɪ] [US: ə.ˈplaɪ]

fare cilecca verb

fail [failed, failed, failing, fails](not achieve a stated goal)
verb
[UK: feɪl] [US: ˈfeɪl]

fare dama verb

king(in checkers)
verb

fare ricorso verb

resort [resorted, resorted, resorting, resorts](to have recourse out of necessity or frustration)
verb
[UK: rɪ.ˈzɔːt] [US: rə.ˈzɔːrt]

fare bene verb

do good(contribute positively)
verb
[UK: duː ɡʊd] [US: ˈduː ˈɡʊd]

fare affidamento verb

depend [depended, depended, depending, depends](trust)
verb
[UK: dɪ.ˈpend] [US: də.ˈpend]

fare saltare verb

haze [hazed, hazed, hazing, hazes](force to do hard work)
verb
[UK: heɪz] [US: ˈheɪz]

fare calare verb

beat down(haggle to sell at a lower price)
verb
[UK: biːt daʊn] [US: ˈbiːt ˈdaʊn]

fare rima verb

rhyme [rhymed, rhymed, rhyming, rhymes](put words together)
verb
[UK: raɪm] [US: ˈraɪm]

fare centro verb

hit the nail on the head(identify something exactly)
verb

fare causa verb

sue [sued, sued, suing, sues](to file a legal action)
verb
[UK: sjuː] [US: ˈsuː]

fare punto verb

score [scored, scored, scoring, scores](to earn points in a game)
verb
[UK: skɔː(r)] [US: ˈskɔːr]

fare autogol adjective

hoist by one's own petard(be hurt by one's own plot)
adjective

fare marameo verb

thumb one's nose(to place a thumb upon the tip of the nose in a gesture of disrespect)
verb

fare finta verb

pretend [pretended, pretended, pretending, pretends](to make oneself appear to do something)
verb
[UK: prɪ.ˈtend] [US: pri.ˈtend]

fare addormentare verb

lull [lulled, lulled, lulling, lulls](to cause to rest)
verb
[UK: lʌl] [US: ˈləl]

fare incazzare verb

piss off(to annoy)
verb
[UK: pɪs ɒf] [US: ˈpɪs ˈɒf]

fare bancarotta verb

fail [failed, failed, failing, fails](cease to operate)
verb
[UK: feɪl] [US: ˈfeɪl]

fare pace verb

make peace(to end hostilities)
verb
[UK: ˈmeɪk piːs] [US: ˈmeɪk ˈpiːs]

fare mangiare verb

feed [fed, fed, feeding, feeds](to give food to eat)
verb
[UK: fiːd fed fed] [US: ˈfiːd ˈfed ˈfed]

fare spallucce verb

shrug [shrugged, shrugged, shrugging, shrugs](to raise the shoulders to express uncertainty, lack of concern, etc.)
verb
[UK: ʃrʌɡ] [US: ˈʃrəɡ]