rifle

I ['raɪfl]
nome mil. venat. fucile m., carabina f.; (at fairground) fucile m.
II ['raɪfl]
verbo transitivo svaligiare [house]; rovistare, frugare in [drawer, safe]
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1. noun
(a gun with a long barrel, fired from the shoulder: The soldiers are being taught to shoot with rifles.) fucile, carabina
2. verb
1) (to search (through something): The thief rifled through the drawers.) frugare, rovistare
2) (to steal: The document had been rifled.) rubare
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rifle /ˈraɪfl/
n.
1 fucile; carabina
2 (d'arma da fuoco) riga (della canna)
3 (pl.) fucilieri: (GB) the Rifles (stor., the King's Royal Rifles), i Fucilieri
rifle bracket, portafucile (per motocicletta, ecc.) □ rifle green, verde scuro (dalla divisa dei fucilieri) □ (mil.) rifle grenade, granata per fucile □ rifle range, poligono di tiro □ rifle shot, colpo di fucile, fucilata □ within rifle range (o shot), a tiro di fucile □ He's a good rifle shot (o a good shot with a rifle), è un bravo tiratore (col fucile).
(to) rifle (1) /ˈraɪfl/
v. t.
1 (= to rifle through), frugare; rovistare in: The thief rifled through the drawers, il ladro ha rovistato nei cassetti
2 rubare; portare via (bottino, ecc.)
3 (sport, fam.) sparare: (calcio) to rifle an unstoppable shot from twenty yards, sparare un tiro imparabile da 18 metri.
(to) rifle (2) /ˈraɪfl/
v. t.
rigare (la canna di un'arma da fuoco): rifled bore, anima rigata; a rifled gun barrel, una canna di fucile ad anima rigata.
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I ['raɪfl]
nome mil. venat. fucile m., carabina f.; (at fairground) fucile m.
II ['raɪfl]
verbo transitivo svaligiare [house]; rovistare, frugare in [drawer, safe]

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