♦ issue

♦ issue
♦ issue /ˈɪʃu:/
1 [u] uscita; fuoriuscita; sbocco; perdita: the point of issue of the visitors, il punto d'uscita dei visitatori; the issue of water from a radiator, la fuoriuscita (o la perdita) d'acqua da un radiatore
2 [uc] emissione (anche fin.); distribuzione; consegna; rilascio: the issue of new stamps, l'emissione di nuovi francobolli; the issue of overcoats to soldiers, la distribuzione di cappotti ai soldati; an issue of shares [bonds], un'emissione di azioni [di titoli]; (ass.) the issue of a policy, l'emissione di una polizza
3 [u] pubblicazione; stampa; tiratura
4 edizione; copia; numero (di un giornale): to receive free issues, ricevere copie in omaggio (di una rivista, ecc.); the April issue [the latest issue] of a magazine, il numero d'aprile [l'ultimo numero] d'una rivista
5 (anche leg.) questione; problema: to raise a new issue, sollevare una nuova questione; to debate an issue, discutere un problema; to argue political issues, discutere questioni politiche; issue of fact, questione di fatto; to dodge the real issue, eludere il problema di fondo; to fudge an issue, essere evasivo su un argomento; issue of law, questione di diritto NOTA D'USO: -argument o topic?- NOTA D'USO: -problem o issue?-; emotive issue, argomento che suscita emozioni; contentious issue, punto controverso; the key issues, le questioni principali; to confuse the issue, complicare le cose
6 controversia; discussione: to be at issue with sb., essere in lite con q.; This is the matter [the point] at issue, questa è la cosa [questo è il punto] in discussione
7 esito; conclusione; fine; risultato; riuscita; termine: to bring a matter to a successful issue, portare a buon fine un affare; the final issue, il risultato finale
8 [u] (leg.) discendenza; figliolanza; prole; figli: to die without issue, morire senza discendenza
9 (med.) scolo purulento
10 (geogr.) foce (di fiume)
11 [uc] (mil., ecc.) dotazione; equipaggiamento; fornitura
● (fin.) issue costs, costi di emissione □ (fin.) the issue market, il mercato delle emissioni □ to force the issue, spingere a una conclusione □ in the issue, in fin dei conti; in conclusione; alla fine □ (form.) to join (o take) issue with, essere in disaccordo con.
(to) issue /ˈɪʃu:/
A v. i.
1 uscire; venire fuori; scaturire; sgorgare: A lot of blood issued from the wound, sgorgava molto sangue dalla ferita
2 derivare; discendere; originare; aver origine; provenire: His failure issued from lack of preparation, il suo fallimento fu dovuto alla mancanza di preparazione
3 to issue in, finire in; aver come conseguenza (o risultato)
4 (di giornale, ecc.) uscire; essere pubblicato (o messo in circolazione)
B v. t.
1 (anche fin.) emettere; rilasciare; distribuire; consegnare; dare: to issue bank notes [stamps, shares], emettere banconote [francobolli, azioni]; (ass.) to issue a policy, emettere una polizza; to issue tickets [a passport], rilasciare biglietti [un passaporto]; to issue food and clothing to the soldiers, distribuire viveri e vestiario ai soldati; to issue strict orders, dare (o impartire, emettere) ordini severi
2 estrarre; tirare fuori: The referee issued two yellow cards, l'arbitro ha tirato fuori due cartellini gialli
3 pubblicare; mettere in circolazione: to issue a newspaper, pubblicare un giornale
4 (leg.) emanare; spiccare: to issue a decree, emanare un decreto; to issue a warrant of arrest, spiccare un mandato di cattura
5 (mil., ecc.) provvedere, fornire: to issue policemen with crash helmets, fornire ai poliziotti elmetti di protezione
6 (banca) emettere; staccare: to issue a cheque, staccare un assegno; to issue a bill of exchange, emettere una cambiale; spiccare una tratta
● (mil.) to issue soldiers with ammunition, distribuire le munizioni ai soldati.

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