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Italian
italyalı

Ben İtalyalıyım ve İtalyanca konuşurum. - I come from Italy and I speak Italian.

Italian
italyan

İtalyanca benim ana dilimdir. - Italian is my mother tongue.

İtalyan yemeği lezzetliydi. - The Italian food was delicious.

Italian
(sıfat) İtalyan
Italian
{i} İtalyan

İtalyan yemeği lezzetliydi. - The Italian food was delicious.

İtalyanca konuşuyor musun? - Do you speak Italian?

Italian
{i} İtalyanca

İtalyanca benim ana dilimdir. - Italian is my mother tongue.

İtalyanca konuşuyor musun? - Do you speak Italian?

Italian
italyanca

İtalyanca konuşuyor musun? - Do you speak Italian?

Bu cümle İtalyanca değildir. - This sentence is not in Italian.

Italian
ıtalyanca
Italian
ıtalyan
Englisch - Englisch
{n} a native of Italy or the language
{a} pertaining to Italy
Italian
The official language of Italy, also spoken in San Marino, the Vatican, and parts of Switzerland
Italian
An inhabitant of Italy, or a person of Italian descent
Italian
Pertaining to Italy, its people or its language
Italian
Italian means belonging or relating to Italy, or to its people, language, or culture
Italian
{i} resident of Italy, one of Italian origin
Italian
An Italian is an Italian citizen, or a person of Italian origin
Italian
{i} language of Italy
Italian
{s} of or pertaining to Italy, of Italian origin
Italian
Italian is the language spoken in Italy, and in parts of Switzerland. relating to Italy, its people, or its language. Italian Republic Italian language Italian Liberal Party Italian Popular Party Italian Somaliland Italian Wars Italian Communist Party Italian Socialist Party Italian Democratic Socialists SDI
Italian
An inhabitant of Italy or a person of Italian descent
Italian grip
A grip used for foil and épée that consists of a straight block of wood or aluminum wrapped in a rubber grip-tape
Italian ice
A frozen dessert, resembling ice cream, made from either concentrated syrup flavouring or fruit purées
Italian sandwich
a type of sandwich consisting of French bread sliced lengthwise, filled with salami or ham with cheese and onion
Italian sonnet
Petrarchan sonnet
Italian sonnets
plural form of Italian sonnet
Italian East Africa
A former federation of Italian-held territories in eastern Africa, including Ethiopia, Eritrea, and part of present-day Somalia. It was formed in 1936 and lasted until the British World War II invasion of 1941
Italian Liberal Party
Moderately conservative political party that dominated Italian politics in the decades after unification (1861) and was a minor party after World War II. It was formed as a parliamentary group in 1848 by Camillo Benso, count di Cavour; his followers favoured a centralized government, restricted suffrage, regressive taxation, and free trade. Left Liberals gained control of the party in 1876. Its strength declined after World War I, but beginning in 1944 it was a minor partner in most Christian Democratic coalition governments. Drawing its chief support from small businessmen, it favoured free enterprise; it also backed Italy's involvement in NATO. It was caught up in various corruption scandals after 1992 and was dissolved in the mid 1990s. Most former Liberals joined the centre-right Forza Italia party of Silvio Berlusconi
Italian Popular Party
formerly (until 1993) Christian Democratic Party Centrist political party whose several factions are united by their Roman Catholicism and anticommunism. They advocate programs ranging from social reform to the defense of free enterprise. The original party was founded in 1919 as the Italian Popular Party and quickly won popularity, but in 1926 the Fascists banned all political parties. After Italy's surrender in World War II, former party leaders, along with Catholic organizations, founded the Christian Democratic Party, which held power in Italy (usually in coalition with other parties) for most of the postwar era. In 1992-93 it was rocked by the involvement of some of its leading members in financial scandals and political corruption. In 1993 the struggling party reverted to its original name, but in the 1994 parliamentary elections it fell from power and was reduced to a minor party. In the late 1990s it participated in elections as part of the La Margherita coalition, which comprised one element of the leftist Olive Tree coalition
Italian Riviera
Italian seashore from the French border until eastern Genoa
Italian Socialist Party
since 1998 Italian Democratic Socialists (SDI) Italian political party founded in 1893 by trade unions and socialists. In the early 20th century the left wing of the party clashed with the reformist wing and broke away to form the Italian Communist Party (1921). The PSI formed an alliance with the communists from 1934 until the mid 1950s, when it denounced the Soviet Union after its invasion of Hungary. From 1963 it joined or supported centre-left governments. In 1983 Bettino Craxi became the first Socialist premier, but after political scandals in the 1990s the PSI was reduced to a minor party. The party dissolved itself in 1994, and most of its membership joined a new party, the Italian Socialists. In 1998 the Italian Socialists merged with two other leftist parties to form the Italian Democratic Socialists. In the early 21st century, the party contested elections as part of the Olive Tree coalition
Italian Somaliland
A former Italian colony of eastern Africa comprising the eastern and southern portions of present-day Somalia. In 1960 Italian Somaliland was combined with British Somaliland to form Somalia. Former Italian colony, eastern Africa. It extended south from Cape Asir to the boundary of Kenya, occupying an area of 178,218 sq mi (461,585 sq km). Italy obtained control of it in 1889 and it was incorporated as a state in Italian East Africa in 1936. Britain invaded in 1941 and retained control until it became a UN trust territory under Italian administration in 1950. In 1960 it was united with British Somaliland to form the independent Republic of Somalia
Italian Wars
(1494-1559) Series of violent wars for control of Italy. Fought largely by France and Spain but involving much of Europe, they resulted in the Spanish Habsburgs dominating Italy and shifted power from Italy to northwestern Europe and its Atlantic world. The wars began with the invasion of Italy by the French king Charles VIII in 1494. He took Naples, but an alliance between Maximilian I, Spain, and the pope drove him out of Italy. In 1499 Louis XII invaded Italy and took Milan, Genoa, and Naples, but he was driven out of Naples in 1503 by Spain under Ferdinand V. Pope Julius II organized the League of Cambrai (1508) to attack Venice, then organized the Holy League (1511) to drive Louis out of Milan. In 1515 Francis I was victorious at the battle of Marignano, and in 1516 a peace was concluded by which France held onto Milan and Spain kept Naples. Fighting began in 1521 between Emperor Charles V and Francis I. Francis was captured and forced to sign the Treaty of Madrid (1526), by which he renounced all claims in Italy, but, once freed, he repudiated the treaty and formed a new alliance with Henry VIII of England, Pope Clement VII, Venice, and Florence. Charles sacked Rome in 1527 and forced the pope to come to terms, and Francis gave up all claims to Italy in the Treaty of Cambrai (1529). By the Treaty of Cateau-Cambrésis (1559), the wars finally ended
Italian bread
An oval or oblong loaf of bread with a crisp crust
Italian citizen
{i} citizen of Italy (country in southern Europe)
Italian language
Romance language spoken in Italy (including Sicily and Sardinia) and in parts of Switzerland and France (including Corsica). Its 66 million speakers worldwide include many immigrants and their descendants in the Americas. Written Italian dates from the 10th century. The standard literary form is based on the dialect of Florence, but many Italians do not speak it, instead using regional dialects. These include Upper Italian (Gallo-Italian); Venetian in northeastern Italy; Tuscan; the dialects of Marche, Umbria, and Rome; of Abruzzi, Puglia, Naples, Campania, and Lucania; and of Calabria, Otranto, and Sicily. See also Italic languages
Italian lira
monetary unit of Italy
Italian macaroni
type of noodle
Italian mafia
organization of crime of Italy
Italian pasta
Italian food product made of different kinds of dough formed into various shapes and boiled in water
Italian restaurant
restaurant which serves Italian food
Gallo-Italian
Describing a group of Romance languages or dialects from northern Italy
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Old Italian
The continuum of languages derived from Vulgar Latin spoken in the Italian peninsula between circa 960 and the establishment of the Accademia della Crusca in 1582.“” defined by WordNet Search – 3·0

{2} he examples show the use of nonauxiliary verbs. Though similar to Old Italian, this is another difference from contemporary Italian.

Italian
ausonian
Old Italian
The Italian language until the middle of the 16th century
the Italian Boot
shape of a boot which is similar to the geographical shape of Italy
ıtalian

    Silbentrennung

    I·tal·ian

    Türkische aussprache

    îtälyın

    Aussprache

    /əˈtalyən/ /ɪˈtæljən/

    Etymologie

    () Medieval Latin Italiānus, from Italia (“Italy”)

    Wort des Tages

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