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Italian translation of apply

apply

verb
 
/əˈplaɪ/ (present participle applying, past tense and past participle applied)
B1 to officially ask for something
fare domanda di lavoro
I’ve applied for a job.
to affect a particular person or situation
essere valido, applicarsi
This law only applies to married people.
to spread something on a surface
applicare
Apply the paint to a clean, dry surface.
(Definition of apply from the Cambridge English-Italian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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