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racy, league, alliance. Conficcatúra, s. f. the act of Conformévole, adj. conform Confederarsi, to confederate. naiing, fastening, drivinginto. able, suitable. Confederáto, s. m. confederate, Contidánza, s. f. trust, confi- Conformità, s. f. conformity aliy. dence.

conformableness. Conformità, Confederazione, s. f. confede. Contidáre, to trust, to confide, submission, compliance to. racy, alliance, league. to rely or depend upon.

In conformità, according, purr Coaferenza, 5. f. conference. Confidare, to commit to one's suant, in conformity. Conierire, to confer; to dis hand or charge.-Confidare un Confortainento, s. m comfort, course, to communicate, to

segrelio, to impart a secret. consolation. impart.-Conferire, to help, to Confidente, s. f. a trusty friend. Confortáre, to comfort, to redo good.-( 'onferire, to collate Confidentemente, confidently. create, to delighi, to divert. give or bestow.

Confidenza, s. f. confidence, -onfortárr, to advise, to Conféria, s. f.

trust, hope.-Confidenza, inti-l counsel.---' onforlore il cane all Confermazione, s. f.: firma- macy.-lonfidenzi,confidence, erta, to advise one to do a Confermamento, s. 1. tion, boldness.

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fortáre, to comfort, to strengthtablish, to testify.~í'ozjermure, Confina, s. f. Obs. v. Confine. en, to corroborate.-Confur.' to confirm, to ratify

Confin'ante, adj. bordering társi, to promise one's selt, to Confermaiivo, adj. confirma upon.

hope. tory.

Confináre, to border upon.- Confortativo, adj. strengthenConiermairice, she that con Corfináre, to limit, id set ing. firms.

limits, to stint. - 'onfináre, to Confortatóre, a comforter. Confermazione, confirmation, confine, to tie to a certain Confortatoriv, adj.consolatory, evidence, approbation.-!'on place.--Confinire, to

comfortable. fermazione, contirmation, a

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Confortatrice, she that encouchurch ceremony Confine o Confino, s. m. con

rages or comforts. Consessáre, to hear one's con fines, limits, borders." onfine, Contortazlóne, s. f. comfort, session.-Confessure, to confess, adj.bordering upon.-'onfine, refreskment, recreation, own or allow.-'onfessársi, to confinemente vanulare a con- Confortevole, adj. comfort. confess to a priest.

fine, to confine. Piylare il able. Confessatore, he that owns or confino, to go to the place Confortinájo, a biscuit or ginacknowledges, assertor, con where one is to be confined. ger-bread maker or seller. fessor.

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Conforto, s. m. comfort, conchair.

Confirináre, v. Confermare, solation. Conforto, persuaConfessionc, s. f. confession, and its derivatives.

sion, advice. acknowledgment.

Confiscárc, to confiscate. Confratérnita, s. f. fraternity, Confésso, adj. confessed. Confiscazione, s. f. confisca- society, brotherhood. Confessore, tion, forfeiture.

Confrontáre, to confront, to a confessor. Confessoro,

Confitto, adj. thrust or shot bring face to face, to compare, Confettáre, to preserve, to through, stuck.

to confer. .confit.--Confettare, to season, Confitio, s. m.conflict,combat. Confrénio, s. m. the act of con. to dress.-Confetture una per- Confondere,, to confound, to fronting, -4001, to cherish, to love, to mix, to jumble, to blend.- Confusamente, adv. confusedmake inuch of.

Confáncere, to confound, to ly. Confettiéra, s. f. a confit-box. destrov,to waste.--c'onfondere, Confusétto, adj. somewhat con-Confelliéru, a seller of sweet to confound, to confute.- fused or ashamed, bashful.

Confimere, to confound, per- Confusióne, s. f. contusion, dises Confetturiére, a confectioner. plex, puzzle.

order, mixture l'onfusione, Confetto, adj. preserved, sea- Confondimento, s. m. confu- confusion, trouble...-lionfilm .soned, pickled.l'onfetto, s. in. sion, disorder, mixture, u. sióne, confusion, shame.--Consugar-plum, sweet-meat. Confusione.

fusióne, crowd. f. preserves, Contormáre, to conform, to Contú-o, adj. confounded. conConfezione,} comfiis, sweet suit, to' frame, to square, to

fused.-Confúso, confounded, meats.--Confezione confection, fashion, to make like.

ashamed. medical composition.

Conformársi, 10 conform one's Confutábile, adj. confutable. Conficcamento, s. m. the act self, to coinply with. Confutaménto, 3. m. confuta.

of fixing, thrusting, or drive Coaformaziune, s. f. conform- tion.
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Confutáre, to confute. Connccáre, to nail, to fasten Conforme, adi. conform, con-Confutazione, s. f. confutato thrust into, to drive into formable, like, suitable.-tion, -Conficcúre alcuna cosa neliu Confórme, adv. according, as. Congedáre, to give leave, to bemorin, to fix any thing in conforme in' avele dello, as dismiss. you told me,

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congedo, to take one's leave. Conglutinativo, adj. viscous. Conoscere, to know.Tarsi a Dar congedo, to dismiss. Conglutinazione, s. f. congluti conoscere, to make one's self Congegnáre, to connect, to nation, fastening with glue. known.Conúscere, to ac

knit, to fasten together, Congratulársi, to congratu- knowledge.---Conúscere, to Congelamento, s. m. congela- late.

taste, to relish. on s:ere, to tion.

Congratulazióne, s. f. congra take cognisance.cfar conosCongelársi, to congeal, to tulation.

cere, to urake appear -freeze.

noscere una donna, to lie with

a woman.-Conoscersi, to have Congérie, s. 1. congeries, heap, bly.

skill in. hoard.

Congregáre, to congregate, to conoscibile, adj. that may be Congetturáre, v. Conghiettu- assemble.

known. rare, and its derivatives.

Congregazione, s. f. congrega- Conoscimento, s. m. sense, wit, Conghiettúra, s. f. conjecture, tion.

judgment, knowledge.--loguess.

Congrésso, s. congre36, nose imén!o, experience. Conghietturáre, to conjecture, meeting.

Conoscitóre, s. M. connoisseur. Congruente, adj. congruent, Conosciuto, adj. known, noted, Conghietturatore, s. m. con suitable,

notable, famous. jecturer, guesser.

Congruenza, s. f. congruence, Conquassamento, o Conquasso. Congío, ö. Congedo. Obs. conforinity, suitableness, Conquassáre, to destroy. Congiungere, 2 to conjoin, to Cángruo, adj. congruous, meet, Conquásso, s. m. havock, waste, Congiugnere, S join. Congin proper.

spoil, destruction..--Mandere gersi, to approach, to come Coniare, to coin, to mint. o meltere in conguasso, to deConiatore, coiner.

stroy, to ruin, to waste. Congiugnimento, s. m. con- Coniatrice, fem. of Coniatore. Conquídere, to conquer. Poétjunction, thr act of joining Conicamente, adv. conically. ical. together, the state of being Cónico, adj. conical.

Conquiso, adj. conquered, subjoined together.--Congiugni- Conjettúra, . Conghiettura. dued, amicted. Poetical. mento, joint, seam.

Conjetturare, v. Conghiettu. Conquista, s. f. 7 conCongiugnitore, he that joins.

Conquistaménto, s. m. $ quest. Congiugnitrice, she that joins. Conigliéra, s. f. warren, coney. Conquistáre, to conquer, Congiugnitúra, s. f. joint, seam. burrow.

subdue. Corgiuntamente, adv. jointly. Couiglio, s. m. rabbit, coney. Conquistatore, s. m. conquerCongiuntivo, adj. that may be Cónio, s. m. wedge.-Conio, a joined together:--Congiuntivo, coin to stamp money.-Conio, Conquistatríce,ashe conqueror. s. m. the conjunctive mood. money.--Femmina da conio, a Conquisto, s. m. conquest, aeCongiúnto, adj. joined, con prostitute.

quisition. joint---Congiimto, near relat- Conjugale, adj. conjugal. Consacráre, ed, allied.-Congiunto, s.

to consecrate. m. Conjugare, to conjugate. Consagráre, relation, kindred.Congiunto, Conjugito, adj. married. Consagrazione, s. f. consecraconjunction.

Conjugio, s. qu. marriage. tion. Congiuntúra, 6. f. joint, seam. Conjuntivo, s. m. conjunction, Consanguíneo, adj. relation, Congiuntára, conjuncture, a term of grammar.

kinsinan, kin. opportunity.

Connaturale, adj. connatural. Consanguinità, s. f. consanguiCongiunzione, s. f.conjunction, Connaturáre, to sympathize. nity. union.-Congiunzione, con- Connessione, s. f. connection. Consapevole, adj. conscious. Bp. junction (in grammar.) Connésso, adj. connex, joined. Far corso pecole, to impart, to , Congiúra, s. f. Congiuraménto, s. m.

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ration, Connettére, to connect. Conscic, adj. conscious. conspiracy Congrúra, al. Connivenza, s. f. cunnivance. Consecráre, to consecrate. liance.

Connúbio, s. m. matrimony, Consecrazióne, s. f. consecraCongiurante, conspirator, plot. marriage.

tion. Connumeráre,to reckon among Consegnáre, to consign, to inCongiuráre, to conjure, to con others.

trust.--l'onscynuje, to deliver spire, to plot together.Con- Cono, s. m. cone.

goods to. giuráre, to conjure, to exorcise, Conócchia, s. f. distas. Conseguente, adj. consequent. to raise or lay spirits.-Uni Conóide, conoid, in geometry. ensenyente, adv.af erwards. congiurato, a conspiratos, Conoscénte, adj. knowing -Per conseguenti, adv. conseCongiuratore, conspirator. Cunoscente, grateful, iliankful. quent),. Congiurazione, s. f. plor: con Conoscinte, s. m. or f. friend, Conse uentemente, adv. consespiracy. acquaintance.

quently: Conglobáto, adj. conglobated. Conoscenza, s. f. acquaintance, Conseguenza, š. f. consequence, Conglomeráto, adj. congloine- knowledge, intelligence inference, conclusion, sequel.

Conoscenza, kuowledge, learn-|-l'onseguenza, consequence, Couglutináre, to congiutinate, ing:--Far conoscenza, to get ac- importance, moment, wcigbt. to glue. quainted.

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logic) opposed to antecedent. [Consideráre, to consider, to comfortable. Conseguite, to obtain, to get, mind, to think of, to meditate Consolacóre, comforter. to gain. Conseguire, to suc- upon-Consideráre, to view, Consolatóric, adj. consolatory, ceed, to follow.

to behold, to look on, to gaze Consolatrice, s. f. comforter. Consenso, v. Consentimento. upon.

Consolazione, s. f. consolation, Consentáneo, agreeable, con- Considerataménte, adv. advis comfort. sonant, meet.

edly. Consideráto, circum- Cónsole, c. Córsolo. Consentimento, s. m. consent, spect, wary.

Consólida, s. f. an herb so calle approbation.

Considerazione, s. f. considera- ed. Consentire, to coriseać, to yield, tion, circumspection, consi- Consolidamento,s.m.consolidato be willing, to approve, to derateness, prudence, discre- tion. agree, to allow of..- unseniire, tion--tunsiderazione, note, Consolidáre, to make firm, $. m. consent.--Chá tace com- merit, worth, account, value, hard, and solid, to consolidsente, silence gives consent. esteem, respect. Considera- ate.- Consolidárc, to strength. Consequenza, v. Conseguenza. cióne, consideration, account, er, to fasten, to confirm, to Conserto, adj. interlaced. sake, reason, motive.

corroborate. Conserto, a concert, v. Con-Consigliáre, to advise, to coun- Consolidazione, s. f. consolida

sel.Consigliársi, to consult tion. Consérva, s. f. storehouse, withLasciatevi consigliar de Cónsolo, s. m. consul. pantry, buttery, any place me, take my advice. Consonante, adj. consonantwhere things are kept for Consigliatainénte, adv. advis- Consonante, s. f. a consonant. store. Consérva, conserve, edly, deliberately.

Consonáuza, s. f. consonance, fowers, fruits, roots presery- Consigliatore, s. m. adviser, harmony.--Consoruinza, cored by any pickle.---Conserva, counsellor.-Consigliatrice, s. f. respondence, familiarity, connumber of ships that go to-she that gives advice.

cord. gether.- Andar conserva, to go Consigliere, s. m. counsellor, Consonáre, to tune one's voice together.---Far, conserva, to

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with another.Consonáre, to lay in store.

Consiglio, s. m. resolution, agree, to suit. Conservadore, conservator. course.--Prender consiglio, 10 Consono, adj. suitable, agreeConservadrice, fem. of Con-resolve.-Consiglio, counsel, able, convenient. servadore.

advice. Stare a consiglio con Consórte, s. m. f. partner, conConservággio, s. m. fellowship qualcheduno, to talk secretly sort, partaker, sharer, mate. in slavery:

with one ---Consixlio, council

---Consórte, spouse, husband, Conservagióne, s. f. 7 conser board.c-l'orig!io pronto, the wife..--dmuo consorti, both Conservaménto, s. m. Í vation, privy-council. Consiglio di husband and wife.

maintenance, support. guerra, council of war, court-Consortería, s. f. race, family, Conserváre, to conserve, to martial.

stock, generation.---Consortepreserve, to defend, to maio- Consimigliáre, to resemble, to ria, partnership, company.tain.

be alike, to make alike. Cororleria, affinity, relation. Conservársi, to keep, to last Consímile, adj. resembling, Consórzio, s. m. partnership, long---Cineroarsi, to take like.

company, society. care of one's self, to mind consistente, adj.consistent, not Consuetaméate, adv. custom. one's health.

fluid. Consistente, consistent, arily. Conservativo, that which is agreeable.

Consuéto, adj, usual, commor. good to keep.

Consistenza, consistence. Consuetudinario, adj. usual, or Conservatore, s. m. protector, Consisténza, s. f. consistence, dinary. defender, preserver. relation, agreement.

Consuetúdine, $. f. custom, Conservatrice, g. f. se that consistere, io consist.

usage, use. Colliers zione prese conserva- Consistóro,; }

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{s. m. consistory. liberation-Iar consultu, to tion, preservation.

Consobrino, adj. cousin. consult. Conservévole, adj. that will consolamento, s. m. comfort, Consultáre, to consult, to adkeep. consolation,

vise with, to take advice of. Consérvo, fellow-servant. Consoláre, to comfort, to give Consultazione, s. f. consultaConsésso, s. m. assembly, meet comfort, to console.

tion. ing, company.

Consolare, adj. consular. Consultivo, adj. advising: Consettajuólo, adj. of the same Consolarminte, adv. consul- Consúito, s. m. counsel, advice, like.

consultation. Considerábile, adj. consider- Consolatamente, adv. quietly, Consultóre, s. m. counsellor, able.

comfortably, cheerfully. adviser. Consideramento,s.m considera- Consolático, s. m. consulship. Consumibile, adj. consumable. tion, reflection, thoughts, me- Consolativo, adj. comfortable. Consumamento, s. m.consumpditation. Consideramento, con- Consolito, s. m. consulship:- tion, wasting Consumenio, sideration,sake,reason, motive. Consolato, adj. comfortable, allietion, sorrow, grief. Consideránza, 6. f. considera-, sweet, pleasant.-- Prestu pior Consumáre, to waste, to coa. tion.

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away, io spend, en squander Contáre, to count, to reckon, Contenénza, o. Continenza. away.com 0752náre, to consum

to tell, to number.-Couture, Contenére, to contain, to hold, INatc, to finish, to accomplish, 10 set a price upon.-Coniáre, to comprehend, to

to comprize. to coinplete, to make an end to tell, to recount.--contore, -Conteere, to contain, to

Of. 'n Warsi,to fret, to vex. to count, to compute, to keep in, to refrain, to bridle. Consumativo, adj. apt to con

reckon...untur male la bisog-ontenerse, to forbear, to

m, to be mistaken in one's restrain. Consumáto, s. m. jelly-broth. reckoning - Contar senza l'oste, Contenimento, s. m. contio's

'n Hona C072511 maio, a man to count the chickens before nence, temperance, chastity. versed in iyusiness. i they are hatched.

-_-•! ontenaiento, moderation, Consumatore, waster, consuna. Con aire, a ieller, an account soburness, discretio, caution,

circumspection, reservedness, Consumatríce, woman waster, Contatto, 5. m. touch, contact. modesty, gravity. female spencer.

Conte, s. m. ear), count. Contentamento, s. m. content, Consumazione, s. f. consump. Contéa, s. f. earluum, county. conteniment, joy, delight. tion, wasting.--Consumazione, Conteggiáre, tu recko, to Contentáre, to content, end.com ons!muziiine, consum. compu?, co cast accounis. plesse, to satisfy, to humour. mation, perfection.

Contegno, s. m. appearance, Conuntursi, to be contentConsumo, u. Consumazione. outside,likelihood.exterior.-ed, well pleased, satisfied.Consuntivo, adj. consuming, Contégpo, action, motion, ges- Contentarsi, to consent, to apthat consumes.

ture, behavisur.lonté uno, prove. Conjunto, adj.consumed, wast- gravity, seriousness, reserved - Contentatúra, t. Contentézza. ed. Consúnto, in a consump

Corientezza, s. f. content, contion.

Contegnoso, adj. staid, grave, tentment. Consunzióne, s.f.consumption. reserved.

Contenibile,adj.contemptible. Consumáre, o. Consonare. Contemperánza, s. f. suitablc- Contentivo, adj. that contains. Consu stanziale, adj. consub. ness, conformity.

Contento, adj. contented, please stantial. Contemperare, to temper, to

ed, satisfied.--Sur cuntento, I Consustanziazione, s. f. con compose, to mitigate, to pro- will, I am contented.lonsubstantiation, portion.

ténto, 5. m.contentment, pleaContadinélio, a country boy, Contemplamento, s. m. sure, delight, gladness. a country lad.

tennplation, study.

Contenuto, adj. contained.Contadinésco, adj. rustical, Contempiwie, to contemplare, contenuto. s. m. the contents. clownish.

to liehold, to view, to muse, Contenzione, s. f. contention, Contadino, s, str. a countryman, to incditatc.

debate, strife, dispute. a clown, a peasant.---Conials Contemplaris'o, adj. contem- Contenziosamente, adv. conno, adj. rustical, rural, clown-l plative.

iertiously. ish, uncivil, rude.

Contemplatore, contemplator. Contenzioso, adj. contentious, Contadinotto, a lusty young Contempiatríct, she that con quarrelsomc. clown. templates.

Contésa, s.f.contention, strife, Contado, s. m. country, fields. Contemplazione, contempla- debate,quarrel.--Essure incona wel ortodo, shire, county.

tion, meditation, speculation, tesa con qualchedion, to be at Contígio, s. m. { contagion, study.

odds with one. Contagione, s. f. intection, Coniemporáneo, adj. contem- Contessa, countess. plague. porary:

Contessere, v. Infessere. Contagioso, adj. contagious. Contendenza, s. f. c. Contesa, Contessina, dim. of Contessa. Contaménie, a iv. properiy, Contendere, to contend, to Contestábile, constable. well, cleverly.-- onkinérie, in strive, to quarrel, to debate, Concstárc, to put in the good language or dress. to fight, to dispute, to scold. plaintifi's declaration and Contamento, 9. m. numbering, Contincere, i binder, to the defendant's answer into: counting, reckoning.

stop, tu forbid, in prohibii, the court. Contamiiiabile, adj. that may to bar, to keep from. Contestazione, s. f. debate, be contaminated.

(untendevolmcite, adv, litigi. contest. Contamipamento, S. m. con- ously. i

Contesta, adj. woven, intertamination, defilenient, pol. Contendimento, s. m. contenul laced. lution. i tion, striie.

Contezza, s. f. information, Contamináre, to contaminate, Contenditore, a litigious, quar! relation, account, advice, to defile, to pollute.-Contae relsome, riotous nian. minore, to infect, to commu- Contendierice, à litigious or Comicino, s. m. a small bill, a nicate corruption, to spread quarrelsome woman.

short account. pestilence.

Contenente, adj. what contains. Contigia, s. f. any ornament. Centaminacióne, s. f. contami. -Contenente, continent. sober, Contigiulo, adj. adorned, trimnation, infection.

temperatc, chaste, virtuous. med. Contánte, adj. that counts, that' Continente is a worci more contiguità, s. f.ncarness, neighreckons. Denaro couanie, in use.--'onirninti, s. m. con bourhood, contiguoasness, ready money.

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-{onto, comely, elegant, Contrádio, s. m. adversary, oplo Cootina, s. f. a continual fe- pleasing to the sight. poser.--- Contrudio, oifence,

Contorcére, to twist, wrest, spite.----Contrúdo, adj. conContinente, adj. containing.--- wring.

trary, opposite, repugnant Continente, continent, sober, Contorciméato,s.m.contorsion. Contradio, bad, prejudicial. chaste. - ori inente, s. m. con- contornáre, to put a thing Contradićso, adj. prejudicial,' tinent, maio land. round another.

disadvantageous. Continenz,s.f. circumference. Consórc), s. m. precinct, cir- Contradire, t. Contraddire.

-l'on' in-nza continence,tein Crit.-- In questo contorno, here- Contraére, v. Contrarre, perance.tontinent, event, about-1 curtorni della citti, Contraffacimento, s. m. coun.

success.---Continen:4, the idjacent parts of the town. terfeiting. firmness, constan:"), solidity. Contors2018, s. f. çontorsion, Contratare, to counterfeit, to - oni ićnza, courtesy, rever- covalsion

imitate, to mimic, to ape.ence in dancing

Contír:v, adj. cwisted, :wined, contrastare', to counterfeii, to Contingente, adj. contingent, wrung, crooked.

adulterate.-Contratare, to in. casual, accidental.

Conra, prep.acairast, contrary | friage, to act contrary.--Cola Contingenza, contingence, ca to-Prue contri, pro and con. er besig to disguise one's ell, sualty, accident.. -- Contin- Contrabbanaiért, smuggler. to dissemble. Bert, a frail fuding thing, Contrabbando, contra- Contraffitio, adj. counterfeit. Coatingere, to happer, chalced band.

ed, imitated, falsified.m-Con. Contino, dim. of Conte, the Contrabbésso, s. m. the double truffettu, disguised, conczai. son of a count. b? in musick.

ed. -- l'ontratutto, deformed, Continovo, adj. 9. Continuo, Contraceambiáre,to return like crooked.

with all its derivatives. for like.---Courcourire, to Contrattorie, s. m. any thing Continua, s. f. continuation, recompense, to rewaru, to put to make another stronger, continuance. Obs. ituite,

Contragginio, s. m. antipathy, Continuamente, adv. contine Contraccambio, s. m. counter aversion. ally, incessantly.

chang“, mitual exchange Contraiménto,s.m.contraction, Continuamento, continuation, Renter il contrucciurbio, to give Contraire, to oppose, to act continuance. like for like.

contrary. Not used. Contiau.nza, s.f. continuation. Contact.vt, s. f. counterinine. Conirailetter, s, i. a counter: Contimare, to continue, to co Contraecifira, s.f.a kry, the mind. en, to pursue.---l'ontonu irr, to contrceuira, explication of Contrálto, s. 7. a counter-tre, continue, io lasi, to hold on, cypliers.

bie ju music. to hold out.

Contracciúre, s m. pain, grief, Contrammaudáre, to counter. Continuatamente, adv. conti serrur--rontruccuúr", adv. mand. mually.

unwillingly.

Contrammandáto, s. m. cougao Continuazióne, s. f. continua- Contrida, s. f. country, fields, tern.and. tion, continuance.

province, shire ----Contra del Contrammina, s. f. a counterCoatinuità, continuation, con

minc. tinuance.

Contraddánza, s. f. co.intry. Contrainminire, to countesi Continuo, adj.continual.--Con- dance, trum, adv. continually, inces- Conivadl:0, s. m. contradic- Contraoperazione, s. f. a soke saatls.

tion.--Sonen rentraustellw, wiado trary ellect. Del Continuo, adv. continu out di-puite.

Contrappásso, 8. m.

the talion ally, without ceasing. Contraditie;mento, s.m.contra-; bars, limbs forlinıb.m-l'onirapa Contu, s. m. account, reckon. diction, upute.

pisossy, a counter-step, a coun ing, computation.--me mol Louisaddictiúre, v. Contraddita ter pace in dancing. Tenderete corto, you shill be

Contrappélo, s. m. against the accountable to me for it. - Conraddirs, to contradici, to hair. Nermi torra cunto, ! don't! gusay, to speak a ainse Contrapresáre, to counter. find my accoun: init.-'0!u, i orireia re, tuoppo.c,to 'with puise, to counterbalance. account, esteein, valuelonal stand, to thwari.

Contrappéso, s. m, counter, ts, account, resolution.--Fi Contradiritto, som tine, penal- poise.l'ontrap; éso, the poy conto d'andır don ani, I intendi ty paid for an oilince. or pole of a rore-dancer, to go to-morrow --Far conto, Coniravitrore, s. m. one that contrapponimento, s. m. opo to reiy upon.-min ucunu di loves tu contradict.

position, hindrance, cbstacle. conto, a considerable man Contaditório, itaj. contradie- Cont:apporre, to oppose, to Ceno, bill.-Ptt i CW, tory.

thwari.-i untr«pporo, 19 op brioz the bill.no, story, Cosiraditiúra, is f. contradic

pose, to binder relation. Obs. 11 ente o contradizióne, i tion, gainsay. Contrapposizione, 5. f. oppon auno, by no means.-nl'er che ing.

sition, hindrance, obstacle. corio?' for what reason? - Contradiarénto, 3. m. opposi- Contrapposto, adj. opposite, Conto, adj. knowr, manifest, tion, contrast, contradiction. contaty; opposed.--contrap. apparent, evidcut,clear,plain. Contradiáre, to opposesto can puito, s, m. the opposite or

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