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Q {letter} :: letter: cu
qaedista {adj} :: al-Qaeda (attributive)
Qatar {prop} :: Qatar
qatariano {adj} :: Qatari
qatariano {m} :: Qatari
qatariota {adj} :: Qatari
qatariota {m} :: Qatari (male or of unspecified sex)
qatariota {f} :: Qatari (female)
QG {m} :: initialism of quartier generale HQ
QI {m} :: IQ
ql.co. {abbr} :: qualcosa
qlcs {pron} :: abbreviation of qualcosa
Qoelet {prop} [biblical] :: Ecclesiastes
qoppa {mf} :: koppa (Greek letter)
qua {adv} :: here [relatively close to the speaker]
quaccherismo {m} :: Quakerism
quacchero {adj} :: Quaker
quacchero {m} :: a Quaker
quacquero {m} :: alternative form of quacchero
quad {m} :: quad bike
quaderna {f} :: alternative form of quaterna
Quaderna {prop} :: A river that flows in Emilia-Romagna
quadernario {adj} :: alternative form of quaternario
quadernario {m} :: synonym of quartina
quadernetto {m} :: A small exercise book
quaderno {m} :: notebook, notepad
quaderno {m} :: A school exercise book
quaderno {m} [obsolete] :: check register
quaderno {m} [codicology] :: A booklet composed of four sheets (of parchment, paper or papyrus)
quaderno {m} [publishing] :: Any issue of a work published in episodes
quaderno {m} [obsolete, figuratively] :: A situation unfolding as a succession of events (i.e. like pages from a notebook)
quaderno {m} [obsolete, figuratively, poetry] :: quatrain
quadr- {prefix} :: quadri- (four)
quadra {f} [nautical] :: square sail, square rigged
quadra {f} :: square bracket
quadrabile {adj} :: quadrable
quadragesima {f} :: Quadragesima
quadragesimale {adj} :: quadragesimal
quadramento {m} :: synonym of quadratura
quadrangolare {adj} :: quadrangular
quadrangolo {m} [mathematics] :: quadrangle
quadrantale {adj} :: quadrantal
quadrante {m} :: face (of a clock)
quadrante {m} :: quadrant
quadrantectomia {f} [surgery] :: quadrantectomy
quadrare {vt} [mathematics] :: To square
quadrare {v} :: to tally or balance
quadrare {vi} :: To fit in
quadratamente {adv} :: squarely
quadratamente {adv} :: wisely, sensibly
quadratico {adj} :: quadratic (all senses)
quadratico {adj} :: tetragonal (crystals)
quadratino {m} [nautical] :: gunroom
quadratino {m} :: small square
quadrativo {adj} :: quadrative
quadrato {adj} :: square
quadrato {adj} :: sensible, level-headed
quadrato {m} [mathematics, geometry, thing square in shape] :: square
quadrato {m} [boxing] :: ring
quadrato {m} [muscle] :: quadratus
quadrato {m} [zoology] :: quadrate
quadrato dei lombi {m} [muscle] :: quadratus lumborum
quadrato del labbro inferiore {m} [muscle] :: quadratus labii inferioris, depressor labii superioris
quadrato del labbro superiore {m} [muscle] :: quadratus labii superioris, levator labii superioris
quadratone {m} :: em quad, em space
quadratura {f} :: squaring
quadratura {f} :: square, panel
quadratura {f} [arts] :: quadrature
quadraturismo {m} [art] :: quadraturism
quadraturista {mf} [arts] :: Person who paints quadratures
quadrellatura {f} [art] :: The use of a geometric grid in order to trace or copy a design
quadrello {m} :: quarry tile
quadrello {m} :: quarrel (diamond-shaped pain of glass, or bolt of a crossbow)
quadreria {f} :: art gallery (especially a picture gallery)
quadrettante {v} :: present participle of quadrettare
quadrettare {vt} :: to divide into squares
quadrettare {vt} :: to chequer / checker
quadrettato {adj} :: squared, checked (cloth etc)
quadrettatura {f} :: division into squares
quadretto {m} :: diminutive of quadro
quadretto {m} :: small square
quadretto {m} :: small piece
quadretto {m} :: little picture
quadretto {m} :: check
quadretto {m} :: scene, picture
quadrettone {m} :: check (pattern made up of a grid of squares of alternating colors)
quadri- {prefix} :: Variant of quadr-
quadriaccelerazione {f} [physics] :: four-acceleration
quadrica {f} [mathematics] :: quadric
quadricentenario {adj} :: quadricentennial
quadricentenario {m} :: quadricentennial
quadriciclo {m} :: quadricycle
quadricipitale {adj} [anatomy] :: quadricipital
quadricipite {m} [muscle] :: quadriceps
quadricromia {f} :: four-colour printing or print
quadridiano {adj} :: alternative form of quatriduano
quadridimensionale {adj} :: four-dimensional
quadridimensionalità {f} :: The condition of being four-dimensional
quadriennale {adj} :: four-year (attributive)
quadriennale {adj} :: four-yearly
quadriennalista {mf} :: A student taking a four-year course
quadriennalità {f} :: four-year period or duration
quadriennalizzante {v} :: present participle of quadriennalizzare
quadriennalizzare {vt} :: To study a four-year course (usually at university)
quadriennio {m} :: A period of four years
quadrifarmaco {m} :: The Epicurean "four-part cure":-
quadrifillo {adj} :: synonym of quadrifogliato
quadrifogliato {adj} :: quadrifoliate
quadrifoglio {m} :: four-leaf clover
quadrifoglio {m} :: cloverleaf (road interchange)
quadrifonia {f} :: quadraphony (quadraphonic sound)
quadrifonico {adj} :: quadraphonic
quadrifora {f} :: four-light window
quadriforza {f} [physics] :: four-force
quadrifronte {adj} :: Having four faces or facades
quadriga {f} :: quadriga
quadrigato {m} :: quadrigatus (Roman coin)
quadrigemino {adj} :: quadruple (most often in reference to quadruplets)
quadrigetto {m} :: four-engined jet (aircraft)
quadriglia {f} :: quadrille
quadrigliati {m} :: synonym of calabresella
quadriglio {m} :: alternative form of quadrigliati
quadrilatero {m} :: quadrilateral
quadrilatero {adj} :: quadrilateral
quadriliardo {m} :: An octillion
quadrilineo {adj} :: synonym of quadrilatero
quadrilione {m} :: A quadrillion [British] or septillion [US]
quadrilobato {adj} :: four-lobed
quadrilobato {adj} :: quatrefoil
quadrilobo {m} :: quatrefoil
quadrilocale {m} :: A four-room house or apartment
quadrilogia {f} :: tetralogy
quadrilungo {adj} :: oblong quadrilateral
quadrilustre {adj} :: Of four lustra (twenty-years-old)
quadrimembre {adj} :: Divided into, or composed of four members
quadrimensionale {adj} :: four-dimensional
quadrimensionalità {f} :: The condition of being four-dimensional
quadrimestrale {adj} :: four-monthly
quadrimestrale {adj} :: four-month
quadrimestralità {f} :: four-month period or duration
quadrimestre {m} :: term of four months
quadrimotore {adj} [of an aircraft] :: Having four engines
quadrimotore {m} :: A four-engined aircraft
quadrimpulso {m} [physics] :: four-momentum
quadrinomio {m} [mathematics] :: quadrinomial (quartic polynomial)
quadripala {adj} :: four-bladed
quadripartitamente {adv} :: quadripartitely
quadripartitico {adj} :: quadripartite
quadripartitico {adj} :: four-party (attributive)
quadripartito {m} :: four-party government
quadripartito {adj} :: quadripartite
quadripartito {adj} :: four-party (attributive)
quadripartito {adj} :: four-power (attributive)
quadripartizione {f} :: quadripartition
quadriplano {m} :: quadruplane
quadriplegia {f} :: quadriplegia
quadriplegico {adj} :: quadriplegic
quadripolare {adj} :: quadripolar
quadripolo {m} :: quadripole
quadriportico {m} [architecture] :: four-sided portico
quadriposto {adj} :: four-seater (attributive)
quadrireattore {adj} :: four-engined
quadrireattore {m} :: four-engined aircraft (especially a jet)
quadrireme {f} :: quadrireme
quadrirotore {m} :: quadcopter
quadrisdrucciolo {adj} [linguistics, of a word] :: Having the stress on the sextultimate syllable
quadrisecolare {adj} :: That lasts four centuries
quadrisillabico {adj} :: tetrasyllabic
quadrisillabo {m} :: tetrasyllable
quadrista {mf} :: panel operator
quadristica {f} :: Any of various hardware features such as cabinets and ducting for electrical wiring and switchgear etc
quadrittongo {m} [linguistics] :: A group of four vowels that make a single syllable
quadrivelocità {f} [physics] :: four-velocity
quadrivettore {m} [physics] :: four-vector
quadrivio {m} :: crossroads
quadrivio {m} :: quadrivium
quadro {adj} :: square
quadro {m} :: painting or picture
quadro {m} :: square
quadro {m} :: description or outline or sketch
quadro {m} [in the plural, card games] :: diamonds (suit of playing cards)
quadro {m} :: cadre
quadrone {m} :: A square floor tile
quadrone {m} :: A square concrete or stone boulder used in sea defences
quadrone {m} :: A torch formed of four white candles joined together
quadrotta {f} :: A size of writing paper 27x42 cms
quadru- {prefix} :: alt form quadr-
quadruccio {m} [in plural] :: A type of small pasta shape cooked in broth
quadruccio {m} [cinematography] :: gate (over the aperture of a film camera or projector)
quadrumvirato {m} :: quadrumvirate
quadrumviro {m} :: Member of a quadrumvirate
quadrumviro {m} :: Any of the four gerarchi that led the March on Rome
quadrunvirato {m} :: alternative form of quadrumvirato
quadrunviro {m} :: alternative form of quadrumviro
quadrupede {m} :: A quadruped
quadrupede {adj} :: four-footed
quadrupedia {adv} :: Used only in the term in quadrupedia
quadruplicamento {m} :: quadrupling
quadruplicante {v} :: present participle of quadruplicare
quadruplicantesi {v} :: present participle of quadruplicarsi
quadruplicare {vt} :: To quadruple, to multiply by four, to make fourfold, to quadruplicate
quadruplicarsi {v} :: reflexive of quadruplicare
quadruplicarsi {vr} :: to quadruple
quadruplicatosi {v} :: past participle of quadruplicarsi
quadruplicazione {f} :: quadruplication
quadruplice {adj} :: quadruple
quadruplicità {f} :: quadruplicity
quadruplo {adj} :: quadruple
quadruplo {m} :: quadruplet
quadrupolare {adj} :: quadrupolar
quadrupolo {m} :: quadrupole
quaggiù {adv} :: down here
quaggiù {adv} :: in the South
quaggiù {adv} :: in this world or life
quaglia {f} :: quail; properly the common quail
quagliante {v} :: present participle of quagliare
quagliara {f} :: quail-hunting with nets
quagliare {vi} :: alternative form of cagliare
quagliere {m} :: quail call or lure
quagliodromo {m} :: A place where retrievers (dogs) are trained (specifically in the hunting of quails)
quai {m} :: quay, wharf
quai {m} :: platform (railway)
qual {n} :: apocopic form of quale
qual' {adj} [sometimes before a vowel] :: apocopic form of quale
qual' {pron} [sometimes before a vowel] :: apocopic form of quale
qualche {adj} :: (a) few
qualche {adj} :: some, any
qualche {adv} [rare, regional] :: some, about
qualcheduna {pron} :: alternative form of qualcuna
qualcheduno {pron} :: alternative form of qualcuno
qualchessia {pron} :: someone, somebody
qualchessia {pron} :: anyone, anybody
qualchessia {pron} :: whoever
qualche volta {adv} :: sometimes
qualche volta {adv} :: some day
qualcos {pron} :: apocopic form of qualcosa
qualcos' {pron} [sometimes before a vowel] :: apocopic form of qualcosa
qualcosa {pron} [only singular] :: something
qualcosa {pron} [only singular] :: (in a question) anything
qualcos'altro {pron} :: something else
qualcos'altro {pron} :: anything else
qualcosina {pron} :: little something
qualcun {pron} :: apocopic form of qualcuno
qualcun' {pron} [sometimes before a vowel] :: apocopic form of qualcuna
qualcuna {pron} :: Feminine form of qualcuno
qualcuno {pron} [only singular] :: someone, somebody
qualcuno {pron} [only singular] :: (in a question) anyone, anybody
qualcuno {pron} [only singular] :: some (of us etc)
qualcuno {pron} [only singular] :: (in a question) any (of us etc)
quale {adj} :: (in a question) what?
quale {adj} :: (in choosing options) which?
quale {adj} :: (in an exclamation) what
quale {pron} :: which ... ?
quale {adv} :: as
qualicativo {adj} [grammar] :: qualifying
qualifica {f} :: label, name
qualifica {f} :: qualification, status, title
qualificabile {adj} :: qualifiable
qualificante {v} :: present participle of qualificare
qualificantesi {v} :: present participle of qualificarsi
qualificare {vt} :: to judge
qualificare {vt} :: to define, describe
qualificare {vt} :: to qualify
qualificarsi {v} :: reflexive of qualificare
qualificarsi {vr} [sports] :: to qualify
qualificarsi {vr} [sports] :: to come, be placed
qualificarsi {vr} :: to describe oneself, call oneself
qualificativo {adj} :: qualifying
qualificato {adj} :: qualified
qualificato {adj} :: skilled
qualificatore {m} :: qualifier
qualificatosi {v} :: past participle of qualificarsi
qualificazione {f} [sports, all other senses] :: qualification
qualità {f} :: quality
qualitativamente {adv} :: qualitatively
qualitativo {adj} :: qualitative
qualità di vita {f} :: quality of life
qualmente {adv} :: (exactly) how (in what way)
qualora {conj} :: In the event that (something should or may happen); in case
qualsia {adj} :: synonym of qualsiasi
qualsiasi {adj} :: any
qualsiasi {adj} :: whatever, whichever
qualsiasi {adj} :: every, each
qualsiasi {adj} :: ordinary, common
qualsiasi cosa {pron} :: whatever, anything, everything
qualsisia {adj} :: synonym of qualsiasi
qualsivoglia {adj} :: whatever, whichever
qualunche {adj} :: alternative form of qualunque
qualuno {adj} :: alternative form of qualunque
qualunque {adj} :: any
qualunque {adj} :: whatever, whichever
qualunque {adj} :: every, each
qualunque {adj} :: ordinary, common
qualunque cosa {pron} :: whatever, anything, everything
qualunquismo {m} :: a post-war movement that tried to remove party politics from Italian government
qualunquismo {m} :: indifference to party politics
qualunquista {mf} :: Someone who is not interested in politics
qualunquistico {adj} :: Not interested in politics
qualvolta {conj} :: whenever
quand' {conj} [sometimes before a vowel or a mute h] :: apocopic form of quando
quand' {adv} [sometimes before a vowel or a mute h] :: apocopic form of quando
quandanche {conj} :: even if, even though
quando {adv} :: when
quando {conj} :: when
quando gli asini voleranno {n} :: when pigs fly
quando gli asini voleranno {n} [idiomatic] :: The time of occurrence of an event that will never happen
quando gli asini voleranno {n} :: until hell freezes over
quando gli asini voleranno {n} :: a cold day in Hell
quando gli asini voleranno {n} :: when pigs fly
quando gli asini voleranno {n} :: snowball's chance in hell
quando gli asini voleranno {n} :: never
quando gli asini voleranno {n} :: a cold day in July
quando il gatto non c'è, i topi ballano {proverb} :: when the cat's away the mice will play
quando il gioco si fa duro, i duri cominciano a giocare {proverb} :: when the going gets tough, the tough get going
quandunque {conj} [archaic] :: every time that
quandunque {conj} [archaic] :: anytime; at any time
quant' {adj} [sometimes before a vowel] :: apocopic form of quanta
quant' {adj} [sometimes before a vowel] :: apocopic form of quanto
quant' {adv} [sometimes before a vowel] :: apocopic form of quanto
quantico {adj} [physics] :: quantum
quantificabile {adj} :: quantifiable
quantificabilità {f} :: quantifiability
quantificante {v} :: present participle of quantificare
quantificare {vt} :: To quantify
quantificatore {m} :: quantifier
quantificazione {f} :: quantification
quantistico {adj} :: quantum (of or pertaining to quantum theory)
quantistico {adj} :: quantized
quantità {f} :: quantity
quantitativamente {adv} :: quantitatively
quantitativista {adj} :: quantitativist
quantitativo {adj} :: quantitative
quantitativo {m} :: amount, quantity, run (of goods)
quantizzante {v} :: present participle of quantizzare
quantizzare {vt} [physics] :: to quantize
quantizzare {vt} [electronics] :: to digitize
quantizzato {adj} [physics] :: quantized
quantizzato {adj} [electronics] :: digitized
quantizzazione {f} [physics] :: quantization (all senses)
quanto {adj} :: how, how much, how many
quanto {adv} :: how, how much, how many
quanto {m} :: quantum
quanto a {prep} :: as for, as to, about, concerning
quantoché {conj} :: synonym of sebbene
quantoché {adv} :: how, how much
quantomeccanico {adj} [physics] :: quantum-mechanical
quanto-meccanico {adj} :: alternative spelling of quantomeccanico
quanto meno {adv} :: alternative spelling of quantomeno
quantomeno {adv} :: at least, to say the least
quantometro {m} :: An instrument that determines the composition of alloys spectroscopically
quantone {m} [physics] :: quanton
quanto prima {adv} :: as soon as possible
quantum {m} :: quantum
quantunque {conj} [dated, + subjunctive] :: although, even though
quantunque {conj} :: despite how much; however
quantunque {conj} :: although, but
quantunque {adj} [obsolete] :: however much
quantunque {adj} [obsolete, in the plural] :: however many
quantunque {pron} [obsolete] :: anything that, whatever
quantunque {adv} [obsolete, literary] :: to a (certain) degree or extent
quaquaraquà {m} :: windbag (excessive talker)
quarant {adj} :: apocopic form of quaranta
quaranta {adj} :: forty
quaranta {m} :: forty
quarantacinque {adj} :: forty-five
quarantacinque {m} :: forty-five (number and record)
quarantacinque giri {m} :: A forty-five or 45 (record)
quarantacinquemila {adj} :: forty-five thousand
quarantacinquemila {m} :: forty-five thousand
quarantacinquesimo {adj} :: forty-fifth
quarantacinquesimo {m} :: forty-fifth
quarantadue {adj} :: forty-two
quarantadue {m} :: forty-two
quarantaduesimo {adj} :: forty-second
quarantaduesimo {m} :: forty-second
quarantamila {adj} :: forty thousand
quarantamila {m} :: forty thousand
quarantamilionesimo {adj} :: forty-millionth
quarantamilionesimo {m} :: forty-millionth (fraction)
quarantamilionesimo {m} :: forty-millionth (one in 1000,000th position)
quarant'anni {contraction} :: Contraction of quaranta anni; forty years
quarantanove {adj} :: forty-nine
quarantanove {m} :: forty-nine
quarantanovesimo {adj} :: forty-ninth
quarantanovesimo {m} :: forty-ninth
quarantaquattresimo {adj} :: forty-fourth
quarantaquattresimo {m} :: forty-fourth
quarantaquattro {adj} :: forty-four
quarantaquattro {m} :: forty-four
quarantasei {adj} :: forty-six
quarantasei {m} :: forty-six
quarantaseiesimo {adj} :: forty-sixth
quarantaseiesimo {m} :: forty-sixth
quarantaseimilacinquecento {adj} :: forty-seven thousand five hundred
quarantaseimilacinquecento {m} :: forty-seven thousand five hundred
quarantasette {adj} :: forty-seven
quarantasette {m} :: forty-seven
quarantasettesimo {adj} :: forty-seventh
quarantasettesimo {m} :: forty-seventh
quarantatré {adj} :: forty-three
quarantatré {m} :: forty-three
quarantatreenne {adj} :: forty-three-year-old
quarantatreenne {mf} :: forty-three-year-old
quarantatreesimo {adj} :: forty-third
quarantatreesimo {m} :: forty-third
quarantena {f} :: quarantine
quarantenario {adj} [pathology] :: That requires forty days isolation
quarantennale {adj} :: forty-year (attributive)
quarantenne {adj} :: forty-year-old
quarantenne {mf} :: forty-year-old
quarantennio {m} :: A period of forty years
quarantesimo {adj} :: fortieth
quarantesimo {m} :: fortieth
quarantia {f} :: A Council of Forty - ancient Venetian or Florentine judiciary, consisting of forty members
quarantina {f} :: Approximately forty
quarantino {adj} [botany, of a cultivated variety] :: That has a very short growing season
quarantore {fp} :: A Roman Catholic devotion consisting of up to forty hours of continuous prayer before the Blessed Sacrament
quarantottata {f} :: An uprising or demonstration, especially one that has little effect
quarantottesco {adj} :: Relating to the revolutions of 1848
quarantottesco {adj} :: Describing any disorganized or unruly uprising or demonstration
quarantottesimo {adj} :: forty-eighth
quarantottesimo {m} :: forty-eighth
quarantotto {adj} :: forty-eight
quarantotto {m} :: forty-eight
quarantotto {m} :: The year 1848, especially with reference to the revolutions of that year
quarantottore {f} :: A small suitcase suitable for a journey of only a few days; an overnight bag
quarantott'ore {f} :: weekend bag
quarantott'ore {f} :: two days time
quarantunesimo {adj} :: forty-first
quarantunesimo {m} :: forty-first
quarantunista {mf} :: A prisoner held in harsh conditions
quarantuno {adj} :: forty-one
quarantuno {m} :: forty-one
quarentina {f} :: alternative form of quarantina
quaresima {f} :: Lent
quaresima {f} :: Lenten fast
Quaresima {f} :: Lent
quaresimale {adj} :: Lenten
quaresimalista {mf} :: Lenten preacher
quark {m} [particle] :: quark
quarkonio {m} [physics] :: quarkonium
Quarnaro {prop} :: A bay in the northern Adriatic, now part of Croatia
quarta {f} :: (Feminine of quarto) fourth
quarta {f} [school] :: fourth year, fourth form
quarta {f} :: fourth gear (in a motor vehicle)
quartabuono {m} :: bevel square (tool)
quartale {m} :: A weekly wage paid to actors etc instead of a monthly salary
quartanello {m} :: A fabric that was a quarter wool and three-quarters cotton, hemp or flax
quartara {f} :: An ancient measure of capacity use for wine and dry goods
quartara {f} :: A terracotta jar, with two large handles at the top, of this capacity
quartarola {f} :: An old Venetian coin whose value was a quarter of a denaro; by extension, any coin that is a quarter of the value of another
quartarolo {m} :: An ancient measure of liquid capacity equal to about 15 litres
quartato {adj} [of a person or animal] :: robust, solid, square
quartato {adj} [heraldry] :: quartered (of a device), noble (of a family)
quartavolo {m} :: great-great-great-grandfather
quarteria {f} :: Four-year crop rotation with one year fallow
quartese {adj} :: Of or from Quarto (Italian municipality in Campania)
quartettista {mf} [music] :: A person who composes or performs quartets
quartetto {m} [music] :: quartet
quartetto {m} :: foursome
quartica {f} [maths] :: quartic (curve)
quarticino {m} :: synonym of carticino
quartier {m} :: apocopic form of quartiere
quartiere {m} :: quarter (all senses)
quartiere {m} [Tuscany] :: flat, apartment
quartiere {m} [billiards] :: baulk
quartiere degradato {m} :: slum
quartiere degradato {m} :: dilapidated neighbourhood
quartiere generale {m} :: Variant of quartier generale
quartier generale {m} [military, other senses] :: headquarters
quartierino {m} :: Small flat / apartment
quartierino {m} :: bachelor flat
quartiermastro {m} [military] :: quartermaster
quartiero {m} :: alternative form of quartiere
quartigliere {m} [nautical] :: A sailor who is on guard duty
quartigliere {m} :: A soldier or prisoner who is on cleaning duty
quartiglio {m} :: alternative form of quadriglio
quartina {f} [music] :: quatrain
quartina {f} :: a poem in four lines
quartina {f} :: a stanza of four lines
quartina {f} [philately] :: block (A joined group of four (or in some cases nine) postage stamps, forming a roughly square shape)
quartino {m} :: quarter litre (especially of wine)
quartino {m} [musical instruments] :: small clarinet
quartirolo {adj} :: describing the fourth annual cutting of the grass in a meadow
quartirolo {m} :: a soft cheese from Lombardy
quarto {adj} :: fourth
quarto {m} :: fourth [the one in fourth position]
quarto {m} :: quarter [fraction; part of a town], fourth [fraction]
Quarto {prop} :: A municipality in the province of Naples (Campania)
Quarto {prop} :: The letter Q in the Italian phonetic alphabet
quartodecimano {adj} :: Quartodeciman (attributive)
quartodecimano {m} [especially in plural] :: Quartodeciman(s)
quarto di finale {m} [sports] :: quarterfinal
quarto d'ora {m} :: quarter of an hour
quartogenito {adj} :: fourth-born
quartuccio {m} :: An ancient measure of liquid capacity equal to about a quarter of a litre
quartultimo {adj} :: fourth from last (last but three)
quart'ultimo {adj} :: alternative spelling of quartultimo
quarzifero {adj} :: quartziferous
quarzite {f} [geology] :: quartzite
quarzitico {adj} [geology] :: quarzitic
quarzo {m} [mineralogy] :: quartz
quarzo ialino {m} :: rock crystal
quarzoso {adj} :: quartzose
quasi {adv} :: nearly, almost
quasi {adv} :: hardly
quasi- {prefix} :: quasi-
quasiché {conj} :: as if
quasiconduttore {adj} :: quasimetallic
quasicristallino {adj} :: quasicrystalline
quasicristallo {m} :: quasicrystal
quasigruppo {m} [maths] :: quasigroup
quasi mai {adv} :: hardly ever; hardly
quasimente {adv} [regional] :: Variant of quasi
quasimetallico {adj} :: quasimetallic
quasimodo {m} :: The first Sunday after Easter; Quasimodo
quasimodo {adj} :: Of or pertaining to this Sunday
Quasimodo {prop} :: surname
Quasimodo {prop} :: Salvatore Quasimodo, Italian writer
quasi-particella {f} [physics] :: quasiparticle
quasistatico {adj} :: quasistatic
quassù {adv} :: up here
quassazione {f} :: grinding, crushing
quassina {f} :: quassin
quassio {m} :: quassia wood
quaterna {f} :: A group of four things; quadruplet
quaternario {adj} :: quaternary (all senses)
quaternario {m} :: Quaternary
quaternario {m} :: (in classical Italian verse) A line of verse containing four syllables
quaternione {m} [mathematics] :: quaternion (complex number)
quaternione {m} :: exercise book (more often quaderno)
quaternità {f} :: group or set of four people or things; quaternion
quatriduano {adj} :: four days (attributive)
quattamente {adv} :: silently
quatto {adj} :: bent, curled
quatto {adj} :: silent, mute, aloof
quattoni {adv} :: Only used in the term quatton quattoni
quatton quattoni {adv} :: silently
quattordicenne {adj} :: fourteen-year-old
quattordicenne {mf} :: fourteen-year-old
quattordicesimo {adj} :: fourteenth
quattordicesimo {m} :: fourteenth (the one in 14th position)
quattordicesimo {m} :: fourteenth (fraction)
quattordici {adj} :: fourteen
quattordici {num} :: fourteen
quattordici {num} :: two o'clock (p.m.)
quattordicimila {adj} :: fourteen thousand
quattordicimila {m} :: fourteen thousand
quattordicina {f} :: A quantity of fourteen or so things
quattordicina {f} :: A period of about fourteen days; a fortnight
quattriduano {adj} :: alternative form of quatriduano
quattrinaio {adj} :: rich
quattrino {m} [historical, numismatics] :: A former very small Italian coin
quattrino {m} [by extension] :: A very small amount of money
quattro {num} [cardinal] :: four
quattro {adj} :: four
quattro {m} :: four
quattro {f} :: Either of the quarter hours after midnight and noon
quattro {fp} [following the article le] :: four o'clock (a.m. or p.m.)
quattrocchi {mf} [colloquial, colloquial, often derogatory] :: four-eyes (person who wears spectacles)
quattrocchi {mf} [masculine only] :: A goldeneye, especially the common goldeneye (Bucephala clangula)
quattr'occhi {n} :: Literally “four eyes”. Only used in the term a quattr'occhi
quattrocentesco {adj} :: fifteenth-century
quattrocentesimo {adj} :: four hundredth
quattrocentesimo {m} :: four hundredth
quattrocentino {adj} [of a book] :: Printed during the fifteenth century (1400s)
quattrocentista {mf} :: An artist or author active during the fifteenth century (1400s)
quattrocentista {mf} :: An athlete who specializes in the 400 metres
quattrocentistico {adj} :: fifteenth-century (of the 1400s)
quattrocento {adj} :: four hundred
quattrocento {m} :: four hundred
Quattrocento {m} :: fifteenth century (1400s)
quattrocentocinquanta {adj} :: Four hundred and fifty
quattrocentocinquanta {m} :: Four hundred and fifty
quattrocentocinquantacinque {adj} :: Four hundred and fifty-five
quattrocentocinquantacinque {m} :: Four hundred and fifty-five
quattrocentocinquantadue {adj} :: Four hundred and fifty-two
quattrocentocinquantadue {m} :: Four hundred and fifty-two
quattrocentocinquantanove {adj} :: Four hundred and fifty-nine
quattrocentocinquantanove {m} :: Four hundred and fifty-nine
quattrocentocinquantaquattro {adj} :: Four hundred and fifty-four
quattrocentocinquantaquattro {m} :: Four hundred and fifty-four
quattrocentocinquantasei {adj} :: Four hundred and fifty-six
quattrocentocinquantasei {m} :: Four hundred and fifty-six
quattrocentocinquantasette {adj} :: Four hundred and fifty-seven
quattrocentocinquantasette {m} :: Four hundred and fifty-seven
quattrocentocinquantatré {adj} :: Four hundred and fifty-three
quattrocentocinquantatré {m} :: Four hundred and fifty-three
quattrocentocinquantotto {adj} :: Four hundred and fifty-eight
quattrocentocinquantotto {m} :: Four hundred and fifty-eight
quattrocentocinquantuno {adj} :: Four hundred and fifty-one
quattrocentocinquantuno {m} :: Four hundred and fifty-one
quattrocentocinque {adj} :: Four hundred and five
quattrocentocinque {m} :: Four hundred and five
quattrocentodicianove {adj} :: Four hundred and nineteen
quattrocentodicianove {m} :: Four hundred and nineteen
quattrocentodiciasette {adj} :: Four hundred and seventeen
quattrocentodiciasette {m} :: Four hundred and seventeen
quattrocentodiciotto {adj} :: Four hundred and eighteen
quattrocentodiciotto {m} :: Four hundred and eighteen
quattrocentodieci {adj} :: Four hundred and ten
quattrocentodieci {m} :: Four hundred and ten
quattrocentododici {adj} :: Four hundred and twelve
quattrocentododici {m} :: Four hundred and twelve
quattrocentodue {adj} :: Four hundred and two
quattrocentodue {m} :: Four hundred and two
quattrocentonovanta {adj} :: Four hundred and ninety
quattrocentonovanta {m} :: Four hundred and ninety
quattrocentonovantacinque {adj} :: Four hundred and ninety-five
quattrocentonovantacinque {m} :: Four hundred and ninety-five
quattrocentonovantadue {adj} :: Four hundred and ninety-two
quattrocentonovantadue {m} :: Four hundred and ninety-two
quattrocentonovantanove {adj} :: Four hundred and ninety-nine
quattrocentonovantanove {m} :: Four hundred and ninety-nine
quattrocentonovantaquattro {adj} :: Four hundred and ninety-four
quattrocentonovantaquattro {m} :: Four hundred and ninety-four
quattrocentonovantasei {adj} :: Four hundred and ninety-six
quattrocentonovantasei {m} :: Four hundred and ninety-six
quattrocentonovantasette {adj} :: Four hundred and ninety-seven
quattrocentonovantasette {m} :: Four hundred and ninety-seven
quattrocentonovantatré {adj} :: Four hundred and ninety-three
quattrocentonovantatré {m} :: Four hundred and ninety-three
quattrocentonovantotto {adj} :: Four hundred and ninety-eight
quattrocentonovantotto {m} :: Four hundred and ninety-eight
quattrocentonovantuno {adj} :: Four hundred and ninety-one
quattrocentonovantuno {m} :: Four hundred and ninety-one
quattrocentonove {adj} :: Four hundred and nine
quattrocentonove {m} :: Four hundred and nine
quattrocentootto {adj} :: Four hundred and eight
quattrocentootto {m} :: Four hundred and eight
quattrocentoquaranta {adj} :: Four hundred and forty
quattrocentoquaranta {m} :: Four hundred and forty
quattrocentoquarantacinque {adj} :: Four hundred and forty-five
quattrocentoquarantacinque {m} :: Four hundred and forty-five
quattrocentoquarantadue {adj} :: Four hundred and forty-two
quattrocentoquarantadue {m} :: Four hundred and forty-two
quattrocentoquarantanove {adj} :: Four hundred and forty-nine
quattrocentoquarantanove {m} :: Four hundred and forty-nine
quattrocentoquarantaquattro {adj} :: Four hundred and forty-four
quattrocentoquarantaquattro {m} :: Four hundred and forty-four
quattrocentoquarantasei {adj} :: Four hundred and forty-six
quattrocentoquarantasei {m} :: Four hundred and forty-six
quattrocentoquarantasette {adj} :: Four hundred and forty-seven
quattrocentoquarantasette {m} :: Four hundred and forty-seven
quattrocentoquarantatré {adj} :: Four hundred and forty-three
quattrocentoquarantatré {m} :: Four hundred and forty-three
quattrocentoquarantotto {adj} :: Four hundred and forty-eight
quattrocentoquarantotto {m} :: Four hundred and forty-eight
quattrocentoquarantuno {adj} :: Four hundred and forty-one
quattrocentoquarantuno {m} :: Four hundred and forty-one
quattrocentoquattordici {adj} :: Four hundred and fourteen
quattrocentoquattordici {m} :: Four hundred and fourteen
quattrocentoquattro {adj} :: Four hundred and four
quattrocentoquattro {m} :: Four hundred and four
quattrocentoquindici {adj} :: Four hundred and fifteen
quattrocentoquindici {m} :: Four hundred and fifteen
quattrocentosedici {adj} :: Four hundred and sixteen
quattrocentosedici {m} :: Four hundred and sixteen
quattrocentosei {adj} :: Four hundred and six
quattrocentosei {m} :: Four hundred and six
quattrocentosessanta {adj} :: Four hundred and sixty
quattrocentosessanta {m} :: Four hundred and sixty
quattrocentosessantacinque {adj} :: Four hundred and sixty-five
quattrocentosessantacinque {m} :: Four hundred and sixty-five
quattrocentosessantadue {adj} :: Four hundred and sixty-two
quattrocentosessantadue {m} :: Four hundred and sixty-two
quattrocentosessantanove {adj} :: Four hundred and sixty-nine
quattrocentosessantanove {m} :: Four hundred and sixty-nine
quattrocentosessantaquattro {adj} :: Four hundred and sixty-four
quattrocentosessantaquattro {m} :: Four hundred and sixty-four
quattrocentosessantasei {adj} :: Four hundred and sixty-six
quattrocentosessantasei {m} :: Four hundred and sixty-six
quattrocentosessantasette {adj} :: Four hundred and sixty-seven
quattrocentosessantasette {m} :: Four hundred and sixty-seven
quattrocentosessantatré {adj} :: Four hundred and sixty-three
quattrocentosessantatré {m} :: Four hundred and sixty-three
quattrocentosessantotto {adj} :: Four hundred and sixty-eight
quattrocentosessantotto {m} :: Four hundred and sixty-eight
quattrocentosessantuno {adj} :: Four hundred and sixty-one
quattrocentosessantuno {m} :: Four hundred and sixty-one
quattrocentosettanta {adj} :: Four hundred and seventy
quattrocentosettanta {m} :: Four hundred and seventy
quattrocentosettantacinque {adj} :: Four hundred and seventy-five
quattrocentosettantacinque {m} :: Four hundred and seventy-five
quattrocentosettantadue {adj} :: Four hundred and seventy-two
quattrocentosettantadue {m} :: Four hundred and seventy-two
quattrocentosettantanove {adj} :: Four hundred and seventy-nine
quattrocentosettantanove {m} :: Four hundred and seventy-nine
quattrocentosettantaquattro {adj} :: Four hundred and seventy-four
quattrocentosettantaquattro {m} :: Four hundred and seventy-four
quattrocentosettantasei {adj} :: Four hundred and seventy-six
quattrocentosettantasei {m} :: Four hundred and seventy-six
quattrocentosettantasette {adj} :: Four hundred and seventy-seven
quattrocentosettantasette {m} :: Four hundred and seventy-seven
quattrocentosettantatré {adj} :: Four hundred and seventy-three
quattrocentosettantatré {m} :: Four hundred and seventy-three
quattrocentosettantotto {adj} :: Four hundred and seventy-eight
quattrocentosettantotto {m} :: Four hundred and seventy-eight
quattrocentosettantuno {adj} :: Four hundred and seventy-one
quattrocentosettantuno {m} :: Four hundred and seventy-one
quattrocentosette {adj} :: Four hundred and seven
quattrocentosette {m} :: Four hundred and seven
quattrocentotré {adj} :: Four hundred and three
quattrocentotré {m} :: Four hundred and three
quattrocentotre {adj} :: Four hundred and three
quattrocentotre {m} :: Four hundred and three
quattrocentotredici {adj} :: One hundred and thirteen
quattrocentotredici {m} :: One hundred and thirteen
quattrocentotrenta {adj} :: Four hundred and thirty
quattrocentotrenta {m} :: Four hundred and thirty
quattrocentotrentacinque {adj} :: Four hundred and thirty-five
quattrocentotrentacinque {m} :: Four hundred and thirty-five
quattrocentotrentadue {adj} :: Four hundred and thirty-two
quattrocentotrentadue {m} :: Four hundred and thirty-two
quattrocentotrentanove {adj} :: Four hundred and thirty-nine
quattrocentotrentanove {m} :: Four hundred and thirty-nine (number)
quattrocentotrentaquattro {adj} :: Four hundred and thirty-four
quattrocentotrentaquattro {m} :: Four hundred and thirty-four
quattrocentotrentasei {adj} :: Four hundred and thirty-six
quattrocentotrentasei {m} :: Four hundred and thirty-six
quattrocentotrentasette {adj} :: Four hundred and thirty-seven
quattrocentotrentasette {m} :: Four hundred and thirty-seven
quattrocentotrentatré {adj} :: Four hundred and thirty-three
quattrocentotrentatré {m} :: Four hundred and thirty-three
quattrocentotrentotto {adj} :: Four hundred and thirty-eight
quattrocentotrentotto {m} :: Four hundred and thirty-eight
quattrocentotrentuno {adj} :: Four hundred and thirty-one
quattrocentotrentuno {m} :: Four hundred and thirty-one
quattrocentottanta {adj} :: Four hundred and eighty
quattrocentottanta {m} :: Four hundred and eighty
quattrocentottantacinque {adj} :: Four hundred and eighty-five
quattrocentottantacinque {m} :: Four hundred and eighty-five
quattrocentottantadue {adj} :: Four hundred and eighty-two
quattrocentottantadue {m} :: Four hundred and eighty-two
quattrocentottantanove {adj} :: Four hundred and eighty-nine
quattrocentottantanove {m} :: Four hundred and eighty-nine
quattrocentottantaquattro {adj} :: Four hundred and eighty-four
quattrocentottantaquattro {m} :: Four hundred and eighty-four
quattrocentottantasei {adj} :: Four hundred and eighty-six
quattrocentottantasei {m} :: Four hundred and eighty-six
quattrocentottantasette {adj} :: Four hundred and eighty-seven
quattrocentottantasette {m} :: Four hundred and eighty-seven
quattrocentottantatré {adj} :: Four hundred and eighty-three
quattrocentottantatré {m} :: Four hundred and eighty-three
quattrocentottantotto {adj} :: Four hundred and eighty-eight
quattrocentottantotto {m} :: Four hundred and eighty-eight
quattrocentottantuno {adj} :: Four hundred and eighty-one
quattrocentottantuno {m} :: Four hundred and eighty-one
quattrocentotto {adj} :: Four hundred and eight
quattrocentotto {m} :: Four hundred and eight
quattrocentouno {adj} :: Four hundred and one
quattrocentouno {m} :: Four hundred and one
quattrocentoventi {adj} :: Four hundred and twenty
quattrocentoventi {m} :: Four hundred and twenty
quattrocentoventicinque {adj} :: Four hundred and twenty-five
quattrocentoventicinque {m} :: Four hundred and twenty-five
quattrocentoventidue {adj} :: Four hundred and twenty-two
quattrocentoventidue {m} :: Four hundred and twenty-two
quattrocentoventinove {adj} :: Four hundred and twenty-nine
quattrocentoventinove {m} :: Four hundred and twenty-nine
quattrocentoventiquattro {adj} :: Four hundred and twenty-four
quattrocentoventiquattro {m} :: Four hundred and twenty-four
quattrocentoventisei {adj} :: Four hundred and twenty-six
quattrocentoventisei {m} :: Four hundred and twenty-six
quattrocentoventisette {adj} :: Four hundred and twenty-seven
quattrocentoventisette {m} :: Four hundred and twenty-seven
quattrocentoventitré {adj} :: Four hundred and twenty-three
quattrocentoventitré {m} :: Four hundred and twenty-three
quattrocentoventotto {adj} :: Four hundred and twenty-eight
quattrocentoventotto {m} :: Four hundred and twenty-eight
quattrocentoventuno {adj} :: Four hundred and twenty-one
quattrocentoventuno {m} :: Four hundred and twenty-one
quattrocentuno {adj} :: Four hundred and one
quattrocentuno {m} :: Four hundred and one
quattro di cuori {m} :: four of hearts
quattro di fiori {m} :: four of clubs
quattro di picche {m} :: four of spades
quattro di quadri {m} :: four of diamonds
quattrofoglie {m} [heraldry] :: quatrefoil
quattro gatti {mp} :: a few; a few people
quattromila {adj} :: four thousand
quattromila {m} :: four thousand
quattro per quattro {f} :: A four-wheel-drive car (4x4)
quattroporte {adj} :: four-door (car)
quattroruote {f} :: four-wheeler (vehicle with four wheels)
quattro ruote motrici {f} :: four-wheel drive
quattuorvirato {m} :: alternative form of quadrunvirato
Québec {prop} :: alternative form of Quebec
quebecchese {adj} :: Québécois
quebecchese {mf} :: Québécois
quegli {pron} [archaic] :: Used to refer to someone distant in terms of space or time from the speaker; that (person) [as a subject]
quei {adj} :: plural form of quel
quell' {adj} [before a vowel] :: apocopic form of quella
quell' {adj} [before a vowel] :: apocopic form of quello
quello {adj} :: that, those
quello {pron} :: that one
quello {pron} :: those
querceta {f} [uncommon] :: oak grove, oakwood
quercetina {f} [biochemistry] :: quercetin
querceto {m} :: oak grove, oakwood
quercia {f} :: oak (tree of the genus Quercus)
quercia {f} :: pedunculate oak (Quercus robur)
quercia {f} :: the wood of those trees
quercia {f} :: strong (strong man)
querciarolo {adj} [colloquial] :: Relating or belonging to the it
quercino {adj} :: oak (attributive)
quercino {m} :: garden dormouse
querciola {f} :: young oak
querciola {f} [plant] :: germander
querciolo {m} :: young oak
querciolo {m} :: piece of oak wood
quercioso {adj} :: with many oaks
quercite {f} [biochemistry] :: quercite, quercitol
quercitolo {m} [biochemistry] :: quercitol
quercitrina {f} [biochemistry] :: quercitrin
quercitrone {m} [chemistry] :: quercitron (yellow dye)
quercitrone {m} :: black oak tree
querela {f} [legal] :: action, plaint
querelabile {adj} [legal] :: actionable
querelante {adj} [legal] :: complaining, prosecuting
querelante {mf} [legal] :: plaintiff, complainant
querelante {v} :: present participle of querelare
querelare {vt} :: [legal] To bring an action against
querelatore {adj} :: synonym of querelante
querelatore {m} :: synonym of querelante
querelatorio {adj} [legal] :: complaint (attributive)
querelle {f} :: controversy, quarrel, argument
querelomane {mf} :: querulist, complainer
querelomane {adj} :: querulous, complaining
querelomania {f} :: querulousness
querimonia {f} :: complaint, grievance, grumble, bellyache
Querini {prop} :: surname
Querini {prop} :: A noble family of Venice
querulo {adj} :: querulous, plaintiff
quesito {m} :: question, query
quest' {adj} [before a vowel] :: apocopic form of questa
quest' {adj} [before a vowel] :: apocopic form of questo
quest' {pron} [sometimes before a vowel] :: apocopic form of questa
quest' {pron} [sometimes before a vowel] :: apocopic form of questo
quest'anno {contraction} :: Contraction of questo anno; this year
questionabile {adj} :: questionable
questionante {v} :: present participle of questionare
questionare {vi} :: To dispute or quarrel
questionario {m} :: questionnaire
questionatore {adj} :: quarrelsome
questione {f} :: question, issue, matter, point
questione {f} :: argument, quarrel
questo {adj} :: this, these
questo {pron} :: this, this one, these
questo {pron} :: this, that
questore {m} :: chief constable, chief of police
questorio {adj} :: quaestor (attributive)
questua {f} :: collection of alms, or in church
questuante {v} :: present participle of questuare
questuante {adj} :: begging, mendicant
questuare {vt} :: To beg
questuare {vi} :: To go on a quest
questura {f} :: police force
questura {f} :: police headquarters
questurino {m} :: cop (policeman)
quetante {v} :: present participle of quetare
quetanza {f} :: alternative form of quietanza
quetare {v} :: alternative form of quietare
quetazione {f} :: alternative form of quietazione
queto {adj} :: alternative form of quieto
qui {adv} :: here
quicentro {adv} :: in here
quici {adv} :: right here
quiciritta {adv} :: in this very place
quid {m} :: A certain something (that is somehow undefinable)
quiddità {f} [philosophy] :: quiddity
quidditativo {adj} :: quidditative
quiescente {adj} :: dormant, quiescent
quiescenza {f} :: dormancy, quiescence
quietamente {adv} :: quietly, calmly, peacefully, silently
quietamento {m} [archaic, rare] :: The process of becoming calm or peaceful
quietamento {m} [archaic, rare] :: calm, peacefulness, tranquillity
quietante {v} :: present participle of quietare
quietantesi {v} :: present participle of quietarsi
quietanza {f} [economy] :: receipt
quietanzante {v} :: present participle of quietanzare
quietanzare {vt} :: To (give a) receipt
quietanzatore {adj} :: That issues receipts of payment
quietanzatrice {f} :: A machine that issues receipts for payment
quietare {vt} :: to calm, subside
quietarsi {v} :: reflexive of quietare
quietarsi {vr} :: to calm down, subside
quietatosi {v} :: past participle of quietarsi
quietazione {f} [obsolete] :: receipt
quietazione {f} [obsolete] :: synonym of quietamento
quiete {f} :: quiet, peace, calm, quietness, silence
quiete {f} :: rest
quiete prima della tempesta {f} [idiomatic] :: the calm before the storm (peace before disturbance or crisis)
quietezza {f} [rare] :: a state of rest
quietezza {f} [rare] :: inertia
quietezza {f} [rare, figurative] :: calmness, peacefulness
quietismo {m} :: quietism
quietismo {m} :: apathy; calmness
quietista {mf} :: quietist
quietista {mf} :: apathetic person; calm person
quietistico {adj} :: quietistic
quietitudine {m} :: quiet, peace, serenity, tranquillity
quieto {adj} :: quiet, calm, peaceful, silent, still
Quieto {prop} :: The river Mirna, that flows in Croatia
quietudine {f} [literary] :: quiet, tranquillity
quilio {m} :: synonym of falsetto
quinale {m} [nautical] :: A large, five-stranded rope
quinamonte {adv} :: up there
quinario {adj} :: quinary
quinario {m} :: (in classical Italian verse) A line of verse containing five syllables
quinario {m} :: quinarius (Roman coin)
quinavalle {adv} :: down there
quincentro {adv} :: in here
quinci {adv} [obsolete] :: hence, from here
quinci {adv} [obsolete] :: henceforth
quinci {adv} [obsolete, figuratively] :: thus, therefore
quinci {adv} [obsolete] :: [in correlation with quindi] this way, to one side (as opposed to another one)
quinciritta {adv} :: right here (in this very place)
quindecenvirato {m} :: quindecemvirate
quindecenviro {m} :: quindecemvir
quindecimo {adj} :: alternative form of quindicesimo
quindecimo {m} :: alternative form of quindicesimo
quindena {f} :: fortnight, especially that between Palm Sunday and the Sunday after Easter
quindi {adv} [archaic, literary] :: thence, from there
quindi {adv} [dated] :: then, afterwards, thenceforth
quindi {adv} :: therefore, hence, thus
quindi {adv} [archaic, used in correlation with quinci] :: that way, to another side (as opposed a different one)
quindi {conj} :: so
quindicennale {adj} :: Lasting for fifteen years
quindicennale {adj} :: Occurring every fifteen years
quindicennale {f} :: A period of fifteen years
quindicenne {adj} :: fifteen-year-old
quindicenne {mf} :: fifteen-year-old
quindicennio {m} :: A period of fifteen years
quindicesimo {adj} :: fifteenth
quindicesimo {m} :: fifteenth (the one in 15th position)
quindicesimo {m} :: fifteenth (fraction)
quindici {adj} :: fifteen
quindici {num} :: fifteen
quindici {fp} :: three o'clock (p.m.)
quindicimila {adj} :: fifteen thousand
quindicimila {m} :: fifteen thousand
quindicina {f} :: A quantity of fifteen or so things
quindicina {f} :: A period of about fifteen days; a fortnight
quindicinale {adj} :: fortnightly
quindicinale {m} :: fortnightly magazine
quinquennale {adj} :: five-year, quinquennial
quinquennalità {f} :: period of five years; quinquennium
quinquenne {adj} :: alternative form of cinquenne
quinquennio {m} :: five years, quinquennium
quinquereme {f} [nautical] :: quinquereme
quinquilione {m} :: alternative form of quintilione
quinta {f} :: fifth (feminine noun of quinto)
quinta {f} [theater] :: wing
quinta {f} :: fifth gear
quinta {f} [education] :: fifth year, fifth form, fifth grade
quinta {f} [fencing] :: quinte
quintafoglia {f} [heraldry] :: cinquefoil
quintale {m} :: quintal
quintana {f} :: quintan fever
quintana {f} :: quintain, joust
quintavolo {m} :: great-grandfather's great-grandfather
quinteria {f} :: crop rotation in a five-year cycle
quinterna {f} [musical instruments] :: An early five-stringed guitar
quinterno {m} :: quinternion
quinterno {m} :: exercise book (made of 5 folded sheets, i.e. containing 20 pages)
quintessenza {f} :: quintessence
quintessenziale {adj} :: quintessential
quintessenziante {v} :: present participle of quintessenziare
quintessenziare {v} :: To quintessentialize
quintessenziato {adj} :: quintessentialized
quintettistico {adj} [music] :: quintet (attributive)
quintetto {m} [music] :: quintet
quintiglio {m} :: A form of tressette played by five people
Quintiliano {prop} :: Quintilian (Marcus Fabius Quintilianus)
quintilio {m} :: alternative form of quintiglio
quintilione {m} :: quintillion
quintina {f} :: quintuplet
quintino {m} :: An ancient measure equal to a fifth of a litre; a jug etc of that capacity
Quintino {prop} :: given name derived from Latin Quintinus, cognate to English Quentin
quinto {adj} :: fifth
quinto {m} :: fifth [fraction]
quinto {m} :: fifth (one in 5th position)
Quinto {prop} :: given name derived from Latin Quintus
quintogenito {adj} :: fifth-born
quintultimo {adj} :: fifth last; last but four; fifth from last; fifth to last
quintuplicante {v} :: present participle of quintuplicare
quintuplicantesi {v} :: present participle of quintuplicarsi
quintuplicare {vt} :: To increase fivefold
quintuplicarsi {v} :: reflexive of quintuplicare
quintuplicarsi {vr} :: to increase fivefold
quintuplicatosi {v} :: past participle of quintuplicarsi
quintuplicazione {f} :: quintuplication (five-fold increase)
quintuplice {adj} :: fivefold, quintuple
quintuplo {adj} :: quintuple
quintuplo {m} :: quintuple
quiproquò {m} :: misunderstanding
qui pro quo {m} :: misunderstanding
Quirina {prop} :: given name
Quirinale {prop} :: The Quirinal Hill, one of the Seven hills of Rome
Quirinale {prop} [metonymy] :: The Quirinal Palace in Rome, residence of the President of the Italian Republic
Quirinale {prop} [metonymy] :: The presidency of the Italian Republic
quirinali {n} [historical, Ancient Rome] :: A festival dedicated to the deity Quirinus, celebrated annually on Februaury 17th
quirinalie {n} :: alternative form of quirinali
quirinalista {mf} :: A journalist who specializes in the politics of the President of the Italian Republic
quirinalizio {adj} :: Relating to the politics of the President of the Italian Republic
quirino {adj} :: Ancient Roman
Quirino {prop} :: given name [feminine form Quirina]
Quirino {prop} [Roman god] :: The god Quirinus
quiritario {adj} :: Relating to a citizen of Ancient Rome
quirite {m} :: citizen of Ancient Rome
quiritta {adv} :: right here
quiritta {adv} :: right now
quisito {m} :: alternative form of quesito
quisquilia {f} :: trifle
quistione {f} [literary] :: alternative form of questione
quitanza {f} :: alternative form of quietanza
quitazione {f} :: alternative form of quietazione
quittanza {f} :: obsolete form of quietanza
quivi {adv} [dated] :: over there, yonder
quiviritta {adv} :: alternative form of quiritta
quiz {m} :: quiz
quizzarolo {adj} :: Relating to a radio or TV quiz show
quodlibet {m} :: quodlibet (all senses)
quodlibetale {adj} :: quodlibetic, quodlibetical
quorum {m} :: quorum
quota {f} :: share, amount, part
quota {f} :: fee, instalment, dues
quota {f} :: height, altitude, level
quota {f} :: depth
quota {f} :: quota
quotalite {f} [legal] :: An illegal agreement between a lawyer and his client in which the client agrees to pay the lawyer a part of any money awarded by the court
quotante {v} :: present participle of quotare
quotare {vt} :: To quote (to name the current price of a financial security)
quotare {vt} :: To value
quotatissimo {adj} :: Very often quoted
quotatura {f} :: dimensioning
quotazione {f} :: quotation (financial)
quotazione {f} :: rating
quotidianamente {adv} :: daily, every day, day by day
quotidianità {f} :: everyday life
quotidiano {adj} :: daily, everyday
quotidiano {m} :: newspaper, daily (publication)
quotista {mf} :: shareholder
quotità {f} :: share, quote
quotizzante {v} :: present participle of quotizzare
quotizzare {v} :: To divide (land, especially) into shares
quotizzazione {f} :: division into shares
quoto {m} :: quotient
quoziente {m} :: quotient
quoziente {m} :: rate (taxes)
quoziente d'intelligenza {m} :: intelligence quotient