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Translation of "course" - English-Italian dictionary

course

noun   /kɔːs/
of course
A1 used to say ‘yes’ strongly, often to be polite certo, certamente “Can you help me?” “Of course!”
of course
B1 used to show that what you are saying is obvious come si sa Of course, the Olympics are not just about money.
of course not
A2 used to say ‘no’ strongly no di certo “Do you mind if I borrow your pen?” “Of course not.”
A1 a set of lessons about a particular subject corso She did a ten-week computer course.
A2 a part of a meal portata, piatto a three-course dinner
B1 an area used for horse races or playing golf pista (per corse di cavalli), campo (di golf) a golf course
the direction in which a ship, plane, etc. is moving rotta The boat was blown off course (= in the wrong direction).
the way something develops, usually over a long time corso Nuclear weapons have changed the course of history.
(Definition of course from the Cambridge English-Italian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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