the back of the hand facing the same direction as the hit itself, or the player's ability to perform this hit Blog Black sheep and cans of worms: If you have time, leave us a note. combattere Contents Italian[edit] Tarantino[edit] Navigation menu Etymology[edit] Pronunciation[edit] Verb[edit] Etymology[edit] Verb[edit] Personal tools Namespaces Variants Views More Search Navigation Tools Visibility In other languages Print/export Conjugation[edit] Synonyms[edit] Derived terms[edit] Related terms[edit] Conjugation[edit] Log in Clear explanations of natural written and spoken English Click on the arrows to change the translation direction. ● (in guerra) ● figurative (contro qlco) ● of “combattere” from the PASSWORD Italian–English Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd) Create and share your own word lists and quizzes for free! Sign up now Log in Word of the Day backhand (in sports Quick word challenge Score: 0 / 5 quante or quanti? idioms, part 4 July 10, 2019 New Words mean world syndrome noun July 08, 2019 Add the power of Cambridge Dictionary to your website using our free search box widgets. Browse our dictionary apps today and ensure you are never again lost for words. © qlco) ● (per sconfiggere) ● figurative (opporsi) (Translation of “combattere” from the GLOBAL Italian–English Dictionary © 2016 K Dictionaries Ltd) as tennis) a hit in which the arm is brought across the body University Press 2019 © Cambridge University Press 2019 © Cambridge University Press 2019 © Cambridge University Press 2019 Translation of “combattere” — Italian–English dictionary Browse More Italian-English translations of “combattere” fight fight What does combattere mean in Italian? Vedi anche combattente, comburente, commentatore, combutta combattente, comburente, commentatore, combutta combattente, comburente, commentatore, combutta combattente, comburente, commentatore, University Press 2019 © Cambridge University Press 2019 © Cambridge University Press 2019 © Cambridge University Press 2019 © Cambridge University Press 2019 © Cambridge University Press 2019 © Cambridge University Press 2019 © Cambridge University Press 2019 © or quanto? belli or bello? quale or quali? quanta or quanto? quanta or quanto? English translation of 'combattere' combattere See related content 'combattere' in Other Languages Nearby words of 'combattere' Related Terms of 'combattere' Source transitive verb intransitive verb From Vulgar Latin *combattere, present active infinitive of *combattō, from Latin cum + battuō. combattere From Vulgar Latin *combattere, present active infinitive of *combattō, from Latin cum + battuō.