- 1A native or inhabitant of Italy, or a person of Italian descent.More example sentences
- Nor was there any question here of native Italians drafting their own constitution.
- The real difference between the Italians and the other nations was discipline.
- The Italians at least showed us what a national anthem should be all about.
- 2The Romance language of Italy, also one of the official languages of Switzerland.More example sentences
- She had been tutored by John Aylmer and she spoke French, Greek, Latin and Italian fluently.
- The French actors spoke French, the Italian actors spoke Italian and the boys spoke English.
- Naturally I couldn't say as I don't speak Italian or whatever language they were berating me in.
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- Relating to Italy, its people, or their language.More example sentences
- Deschamps brought in older players from Italy and also Italian coaches in that first year.
- He even knows two British guys who run an Italian cookery school in Italy.
- I have many friends in Italy and Italian football after playing all those years.
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- After taking the post of general surveyor of royal building Jones began the Italianizing of medieval London.
- The chocolate-hazelnut gelato is yet another argument for Italianizing one's first name.
- Consider Italianizing your bedroom for springtime by getting rid of your ‘dusty’ dust ruffle, that frilly flounce around the base of your bed.
late Middle English: from Italian italiano, from Italia 'Italy'.
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