scocciare

ItalianEdit

Etymology 1Edit

s- +‎ coccio +‎ -are

VerbEdit

scocciàre (first-person singular present scòccio, first-person singular past historic scocciài, past participle scocciàto, auxiliary avere) (transitive, informal)

  1. to annoy, to bother, to pester
    Synonyms: infastidire, importunare, molestare, affliggere, annoiare, irritare, disturbare, assillare
  2. to tire out (out of boredom)
    Synonyms: stancare, seccare, tediare
  3. to embarrass
  4. (regional) to break the shell of (typically eggs)
    Synonyms: rompere, sbeccare
  5. (regional) to shatter
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Etymology 2Edit

s- +‎ incocciare

VerbEdit

scocciàre (first-person singular present scòccio, first-person singular past historic scocciài, past participle scocciàto, auxiliary avere) (transitive)

  1. (nautical) to unhook
    Synonym: sganciare
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