There are 2 main translations of arm in Italian:

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arm 1

British English: /ɑːm/
American English: /ɑrm/

noun

also: -armed adjective in composti

  • hairy-armed, long-armed
    dalle braccia pelose, lunghe

Idioms

to cost an arm and a leg

to keep somebody at arm's length

tenere qualcuno a distanza

a list as long as my arm

una lista molto lunga, che non finisce più

to twist somebody's arm

fare pressione su qualcuno

with open arms

a braccia aperte

I would give my right arm for, to do

darei il mio braccio destro, farei di tutto per, per fare

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arm 2
British English: /ɑːm/
American English: /ɑrm/

transitive verb

  • 1 (militarily)
    (troops, rebels, missile, warhead)
  • 2 (equip) See examples:to arm somebody with something
    armare qualcuno di qualcosa
    [figurative]
    munire qualcuno di qualcosa
    (tool)
    fornire qualcosa a qualcuno
    (information)

reflexive verb

  • to arm oneself (Military)
    armarsi
    to arm oneself with
    armarsi di
    (weapon)
    fornirsi di
    (facts, statistics)

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