joint

joint
I [dʒɔɪnt]
nome
1) anat. articolazione f.

to be out of joint — [shoulder, knee] essere slogato

to have stiff o aching joints — avere dei dolori articolari

2) tecn. (in carpentry) incastro m.; (in metalwork) giunto m., giunzione f.; (of pipes, tubes) raccordo m.
3) gastr. taglio m. di carne (da fare arrosto)
4) colloq. (place) locale m., posto m.; (nightclub, café) locale m., localino m.
5) colloq. (cannabis cigarette) joint m., spinello m.
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to put sb.'s nose out of joint — = offendere qcn

II [dʒɔɪnt]
aggettivo [action] collettivo, congiunto; [programme, session] congiunto; [measures, procedure] comune; [winner] ex aequo; [talks] multilaterale
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[‹oint] 1. noun
1) (the place where two or more things join: The plumber tightened up all the joints in the pipes.) giuntura
2) (a part of the body where two bones meet but are able to move in the manner of eg a hinge: The shoulders, elbows, wrists, hips, knees and ankles are joints.) articolazione
3) (a piece of meat for cooking containing a bone: A leg of mutton is a fairly large joint.) pezzo/taglio di carne
2. adjective
1) (united; done together: the joint efforts of the whole team.) congiunto
2) (shared by, or belonging to, two or more: She and her husband have a joint bank account.) comune
3. verb
(to divide (an animal etc for cooking) at the, or into, joints: Joint the chicken before cooking it.) tagliare, fare a pezzi
- jointly
- out of joint
See also:
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joint (1) /dʒɔɪnt/
n.
1 (mecc., falegn.) giuntura; giunzione; punto di giuntura; giunto; raccordo; snodatura; snodo: hydraulic [universal] joint, giunto idraulico [cardanico (o universale)]; (mecc.) knuckle joint, giunto a snodo
2 (anat.) giuntura; articolazione: stiff joints, articolazioni rigide
3 taglio di carne (con l'osso); pezzo di carne; arrosto: a joint of beef, un pezzo di carne di manzo; the Sunday joint, l'arrosto della domenica
4 (bot.) nodo (di ramo, ecc.)
5 (geol.) giunto; diaclasi
6 (legatoria) morso; spigolo
7 (slang USA) locale (bar, ristorante, ecc., spesso alla buona): pizza joint, pizzeria; gambling joint, casa da gioco; pasta joint, trattoria italiana
8 (slang USA) edificio; casa; appartamento
9 (slang) sigaretta alla marijuana; spinello, canna (pop.): to roll a joint, arrotolarsi uno spinello
10 (slang USA) galera; gattabuia (pop.)
11 (volg. USA) pene; uccello, cazzo (volg.)
out of joint, (d'osso) slogato, lussato; (fig.) in uno stato di confusione, sottosopra, scombussolato; scoordinato, sfasato: to put out of joint, slogare; lussare; to be thrown completely out of joint, essere scombussolato; The times are out of joint, viviamo in tempi di grande confusione □ (fam.) to put sb.'s nose out of joint, indispettire, offendere, far rimanere male q.
♦ joint (2) /dʒɔɪnt/
a.
1 unito; congiunto; comune; co-; con-: our joint efforts, i nostri sforzi congiunti; joint declaration, dichiarazione comune; joint author, coautore; joint heir, coerede; joint manager, condirettore
2 (leg.) collettivo; congiunto; solidale; in solido: joint action, azione (in giudizio) congiunta, collettiva; joint defendants, convenuti congiunti; joint liability, responsabilità solidale, collettiva
3 (mil.) combinato: joint operations, operazioni combinate
4 a pari merito; ex aequo: to come joint first, arrivare primi a pari merito; joint winner, vincitore ex aequo
● (banca) joint account, conto cointestato, a firme congiunte; conto comune; (di un'azienda) conto sociale (o in partecipazione) □ (leg.) joint and several, solidale; in solido: (fin.) joint and several bond, obbligazione in solido □ (leg.) joint cause, concausa □ (mil., in USA) Joint Chiefs of Staff, Comitato dei Capi di Stato Maggiore □ joint committee, commissione mista (lavoratori e datori di lavoro) □ (leg.) joint creditors, cocreditori □ (leg.) joint custody, custodia congiunta (dei figli) □ (leg.) joint debtors, condebitori □ (econ.) joint enterprise, impresa in compartecipazione (cfr. joint venture, sotto) □ (leg.) joint estate, beni in regime di comunione □ (fin.) joint float, fluttuazione comune (delle valute) □ (leg.) joint owner, comproprietario □ joint pension, pensione reversibile □ (econ.) joint products, prodotti congiunti (frutto del medesimo processo di produzione) □ (polit., USA) joint resolution, provvedimento legislativo approvato dai due rami d'un parlamento □ joint signatures, firme abbinate (o congiunte) □ (fin.) joint-stock company, (GB, stor.) società per azioni; società anonima; (USA) società per azioni a responsabilità illimitata □ (leg.) joint surety, cogarante □ (leg.) joint tenancy, comproprietà (con diritto di eredità alla morte di uno dei proprietari ) □ (leg.) joint tenant, comproprietario (con diritto di eredità) □ (leg.) joint venture (o undertaking), joint venture; associazione in partecipazione; impresa comune; impresa in partecipazione; società in compartecipazione; (per appalti pubblici) associazione temporanea di imprese (cfr. joint enterprise, sopra) □ (leg., in GB) joint wills, testamenti congiunti (o reciproci).
(to) joint /dʒɔɪnt/
v. t.
1 (mecc., falegn., ecc.) congiungere; commettere; connettere; collegare: to joint boards, commettere tavole di legno
2 (edil.) commettere (mattoni, ecc.)
3 tagliare, fare a pezzi (un pollo, un coniglio, ecc.)
4 (mecc.) rendere snodato; provvedere di snodo
5 raccordare (tubazioni).
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I [dʒɔɪnt]
nome
1) anat. articolazione f.

to be out of joint — [shoulder, knee] essere slogato

to have stiff o aching joints — avere dei dolori articolari

2) tecn. (in carpentry) incastro m.; (in metalwork) giunto m., giunzione f.; (of pipes, tubes) raccordo m.
3) gastr. taglio m. di carne (da fare arrosto)
4) colloq. (place) locale m., posto m.; (nightclub, café) locale m., localino m.
5) colloq. (cannabis cigarette) joint m., spinello m.
••

to put sb.'s nose out of joint — = offendere qcn

II [dʒɔɪnt]
aggettivo [action] collettivo, congiunto; [programme, session] congiunto; [measures, procedure] comune; [winner] ex aequo; [talks] multilaterale

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