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Italian translation of “alarm”

alarm

noun
 
/əˈlɑːm/
B1 a loud noise that tells you there is danger
allarme
a fire alarm
B1 a clock that makes a noise to wake you
sveglia
The alarm went off at 5.30.
[no plural] a sudden feeling of fear that something bad might happen
allarme
There’s no need for alarm – we’re completely safe.
raise the alarm to warn someone of a dangerous situation
dare l’allarme
Her parents raised the alarm when she failed to return home.
(Definition of alarm noun from the Cambridge English-Italian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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