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prepare

verb
 
/prɪˈpeər/ ( present participle preparing, past tense and past participle prepared)
A2 to get someone or something ready for something in the future
preparare
I haven’t prepared my speech yet. We’re preparing the students for their end-of-year exams.
A2 to make food ready to be eaten
preparare
I prepared lunch for the kids.
prepare yourself B1 to make yourself ready to deal with a difficult situation
prepararsi
Prepare yourself for a shock.
(Definition of prepare from the Cambridge English-Italian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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