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British English: /fɛtʃ/
American English: /fɛtʃ/

Translation of fetch in Italian:

transitive verb

  • 1 (bring)
    andare a prendere
    (go and) fetch a ladder, the foreman
    va a prendere una scala, a chiamare il caposquadra
    to fetch something for somebody
    andare a prendere qualcosa per qualcuno
    (carry back)
    riportare qualcosa a qualcuno
    fetch him a chair please
    portagli una sedia, per favore
    she'll come and fetch you
    verrà a prenderti
    fetch! (to dog)
    to fetch somebody back
    riportare indietro qualcuno
  • 2 (bring financially) to fetch a good price
    ottenere o spuntare un buon prezzo
    it won't fetch much
    non frutterà molto
    these vases can fetch up to £600
    questi vasi possono fruttare fino a 600 sterline
  • 3 [informal] (hit) See examples:to fetch somebody a blow
    assestare un colpo a qualcuno


to fetch and carry for somebody

fare lavoretti per qualcuno

Phrasal verbs

fetch in

1 [informal] fetch [something] in, fetch in [something]
portare dentro
(chairs, washing etc.)
2 fetch [somebody] in
far entrare

fetch out

1 [informal] fetch [something] out, fetch out [something]
portare fuori
2 fetch [somebody] out, fetch out [somebody]

fetch up

[informal]to fetch up in Rome
finire o capitare a Roma

Definition of fetch in:

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