Category:Italian verb-object compounds

Italian compounds in which the first element is a transitive verb, the second a term (usually but not always a noun) functioning as its (normally direct) object, and whose referent is the person or thing doing the action, or an adjective describing such a person or thing.

Examples in English are pickpocket (literally someone who picks pockets) and catch-all (literally something that catches everything).



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