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sleeve
British English: /sliːv/
American English: /sliv/

Translation of sleeve in Italian:

noun

  • 1 (of garment) to pull o tug at somebody's sleeve
    tirare qualcuno per la manica
    to roll up one's sleeves
    rimboccarsi le maniche
    [figurative]

also: -sleeved adjective in composti

  • long-, short-sleeved
    a maniche lunghe, corte

Idioms

to laugh up one's sleeve

to wear one's heart on one's sleeve

to have an ace up one's sleeve

to have something up one's sleeve

tenere qualcosa di riserva

to have a proposal up one's sleeve

avere una proposta di riserva

to have a few tricks up one's sleeve

avere ancora delle carte da giocare

what's he got up his sleeve?

che cosa ci riserva?

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