keeper

keeper
['kiːpə(r)]
nome
1) guardiano m. (-a), custode m. e f.

I'm not his keeper! — non sono il suo angelo custode!

2) sport portiere m.
3) (curator) conservatore m. (-trice)
4) (guard) guardia f.
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noun
1) (a person who looks after something, eg animals in a zoo: The lion has killed its keeper.) custode, guardiano
2) (a goalkeeper.) portiere
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keeper /ˈki:pə(r)/
n.
1 custode; guardiano; guardia; sorvegliante: zoo keeper, guardiano di zoo; the keeper of a museum, il curatore di un museo; Am I my brother's keeper?, sono forse il custode di mio fratello?
2 gestore: inn keeper, gestore di locanda; locandiere
3 (= gamekeeper) guardacaccia, guardiacaccia
4 fermaglio; (spec.) fermanello
5 chiavistello; saliscendi
6 (elettr.) ancora; armatura di protezione
7 alimento (o bevanda) che si conserva bene
8 (fam., calcio; = goalkeeper) portiere
9 (cricket; = wicketkeeper) ricevitore
10 (fam. USA) cosa che vale la pena tenere; cosa da tenere
● (GB) Keeper of the Great Seal, guardasigilli (titolo del Lord Chancellor ► lord) □ keeper of the peace, custode (o mantenitore) della quiete pubblica.
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['kiːpə(r)]
nome
1) guardiano m. (-a), custode m. e f.

I'm not his keeper! — non sono il suo angelo custode!

2) sport portiere m.
3) (curator) conservatore m. (-trice)
4) (guard) guardia f.

English-Italian dictionary. 2013.

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