trapasso

See also: Trapasso and trapassò

ItalianEdit

PronunciationEdit

Etymology 1Edit

Back-formation from trapassare.

VerbEdit

trapasso

  1. first-person singular present indicative of trapassare

NounEdit

trapasso m (plural trapassi)

  1. movement from one place or condition to another; transfer
    Synonyms: passaggio, trasferimento
    1. legal transfer
    2. (by extension) Clipping of trapasso di proprietà. (conveyancing)
    3. (nautical, by extension) Clipping of trapasso di bandiera. (passage of a ship from one nationality to another)
  2. (figuratively, by extension) transitory period
    l'epoca di trapasso tra la dopoguerra ed il crollo della URSS
    the transitory epoch between the postwar period and the collapse of the USSR
  3. (literary, figuratively, by extension) passage to the afterlife; death
    Synonym: morte

Etymology 2Edit

tra- +‎ passo

NounEdit

trapasso m (plural trapassi)

  1. a defective gait in which a horse trots with the forelimbs and gallops with the hindquarters
    Synonym: travalca

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