doppiare

ItalianEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Late Latin dūplāre, present active infinitive of dūplō, from Latin dūplus. Compare French doubler, Spanish doblar, Portuguese dobrar.

VerbEdit

doppiare (transitive)

  1. to go past or go by (a place)
  2. (automotive, sports) to lap (to overtake a straggler in a race by completing one more whole lap than the straggler)
  3. (literary or fossil word) to double or duplicate
  4. (rare) to have (a lamb) be fed by two mothers' milk

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Etymology 2Edit

From French doubler.

VerbEdit

doppiare (transitive)

  1. to dub (change audio on film)

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