addirsi

ItalianEdit

EtymologyEdit

Possibly from Latin ad- +‎ decere (to be suitable), subsequently remodelled after Italian dire (to say) and given the impersonal ending -si.

PronunciationEdit

VerbEdit

addìrsi (impersonal, third-person singular present mi addìce, no third-person singular past historic, no past participle, third-person singular imperfect mi addicéva, auxiliary essere)

  1. (impersonal, transitive with a) to suit; to be suitable (for)
    Synonyms: confarsi, convenire, adattarsi, convenirsi, donare, prestarsi, attagliarsi

ConjugationEdit

  • Third-person only present and imperfect only, and no participles.

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