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Translation of "state" - English-Italian dictionary

state

noun /steɪt/
the condition that something or someone is in stato the state of the economy Ben was in a state of shock after the fire. The building is in a terrible state.
one of the parts that some countries are divided into stato Alaska is the largest state in the US.
the state
the government of a country lo stato financial help from the state
(Definition of state noun from the Cambridge English-Italian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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