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Italian translation of “alarming”

alarming

adjective /əˈlɑː·mɪŋ/
causing worry or fear
allarmante
alarming news There has been an alarming rise in the rate of inflation.2133
alarmingly
 
/əˈlɑː·mɪŋ·li/ adverb
in modo allarmante
Alarmingly, the hole in the ozone layer has doubled in size this year.2133
(Definition of alarming from the Cambridge English-Italian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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