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dir. econ. costituire un usufrutto {verb}Nießbrauch bestellen
ordinare per iscritto {verb}schriftlich bestellen
econ. ordinare merci {verb}Waren bestellen
comm. comandare qc. {verb} [svizz.] [ordinare]etw.Akk. bestellen
comm. ordinare qc. {verb}etw.Akk. bestellen
nominare qn. {verb}jdn. bestellen [bestimmen]
agr. lavorare la terra {verb}das Land bestellen
agr. coltivare il campo {verb}den Acker bestellen
dir. ordinare un sequestro {verb}eine Sequestration bestellen
agr. coltivare qc. {verb} [lavorare un terreno]etw.Akk. bestellen [bearbeiten]
econ. ordinare per consegna immediata {verb}zu prompter Lieferung bestellen
econ. ordinare qc. da catalogo {verb}etw.Akk. aus dem Katalog bestellen
poco {adj} {adv} {pron}wenig
alcuno {adj} [qualche]ein wenig
po' {adv} [coll.]ein wenig
un po'ein wenig
un pochinoein wenig
pochissimo {adj}sehr wenig
poco conosciuto {adj}wenig bekannt
poca gente {f}wenig Leute {pl}
un po' diein wenig [+Akk.]
Fatti un po' più in là!Rück ein wenig!
Spostati un po'!Rück ein wenig!
essere in magra {verb}wenig Wasser führen
Maria ha poca fiducia.Maria hat wenig Vertrauen.
il meno possibileso wenig wie möglich
loc. racimolare un po' di soldi {verb}ein wenig Geld zusammenkratzen
un poco di {pron} [pron. indef.]ein wenig [+Akk.] [unbest. Pronomen]
VocVia. Parlo solo poco italiano.Ich spreche nur wenig Italienisch.
Usciamo un po' all'aperto!Gehen wir ein wenig ins Freie!
Mio figlio studia troppo poco.Mein Sohn lernt viel zu wenig.
Deve pazientare un pò!Sie müssen ein wenig Geduld haben!
loc. avere poco sale in zucca {verb} [fig.] [coll.]wenig (Grips) im Kopf haben [ugs.]
niente {pron}nichts
non ... niente {adv}nichts
nulla {m}Nichts {n}
Nessun problema!Macht nichts!
Non importa!Macht nichts!
granché [solo in frasi negative]nichts Besonderes
niente del genere {conj}nichts dergleichen
niente di simile {pron}nichts dergleichen
niente di tutto ciònichts dergleichen
non sospettare nulla {verb}nichts ahnen
non ... alcunché {pron} [inv.] [pron. indef.] [lett.]nichts [unbest. Pronomen]
nulla {pron} [inv.] [pron. indef.]nichts [unbest. Pronomen]
Ciò non cambia nulla.Das ändert nichts.
Non vedo niente.Ich sehe nichts.
Non si vede niente.Man sieht nichts.
Senza offesa!Nichts für ungut!
Senza rancore!Nichts für ungut!
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