patent

patent
I 1. ['pætnt, 'peɪtnt] [AE 'pætnt]
nome (document) brevetto m. (for, on per)

to take out a patent on sth. — brevettare qcs.

to come out of patent o off patent uscire dal brevetto; patent pending — brevetto in corso di registrazione

2.
aggettivo
1) (obvious) evidente, palese, patente
2) dir. (licensed) munito di brevetto
II ['pætnt, 'peɪtnt, AE 'pætnt]
verbo transitivo dir. brevettare
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['peitənt, ](American[) 'pæ-] 1. noun
(an official licence from the government giving one person or business the right to make and sell a particular article and to prevent others from doing the same: She took out a patent on her design; (also adjective) a patent process.) brevetto
2. verb
(to obtain a patent for; He patented his new invention.) brevettare
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patent (GB, tranne che nella loc. letters patent) /ˈpeɪtnt/ ; (USA, tranne che nel sign. A, def. 1) /ˈpætənt/
A a.
1 patente; evidente; apparente; manifesto; ovvio: a patent injustice, una patente ingiustizia; (leg.) a patent defect, un vizio apparente
2 (leg.) brevettato; fabbricato su brevetto; (market.) venduto in esclusiva
3 (med.) aperto; pervio
B n.
1 brevetto; privativa (industriale): to apply for a (o to file) patent for st., fare domanda di brevetto per qc.; to take out a patent for st., brevettare qc.; protected by patent, protetto da brevetto; (leg.) ‘patent pending’, ‘brevetto in corso di registrazione’; patent holder, concessionario (o titolare) di brevetto; patent infringement, violazione di brevetto (o di privativa); patent law, diritto dei brevetti; diritto brevettuale; (in GB) the Patent Office, l'ufficio brevetti; (leg.) patent rights, diritti di privativa industriale; brevetti; patent troll, troll dei brevetti (società che fanno razzia di brevetti a scopo di lucro futuro)
2 (fig.) esclusiva; brevetto: You have no patent on success, non hai l'esclusiva del successo
FALSI AMICI: patent non significa patente di guida
patent leather, cuoio verniciato; coppale □ (naut.) patent log, solcometro a elica □ (farm.) patent medicine, specialità farmaceutica da banco □ letters patent, (stor.) lettere patenti; (leg.) brevetto (d'invenzione).
(to) patent /ˈpeɪtnt, USA ˈpætənt/
v. t.
1 brevettare (un'invenzione)
2 (leg.) concedere a (q.) un diritto di brevetto; concedere un'esclusiva a (q.).
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I 1. ['pætnt, 'peɪtnt] [AE 'pætnt]
nome (document) brevetto m. (for, on per)

to take out a patent on sth. — brevettare qcs.

to come out of patent o off patent uscire dal brevetto; patent pending — brevetto in corso di registrazione

2.
aggettivo
1) (obvious) evidente, palese, patente
2) dir. (licensed) munito di brevetto
II ['pætnt, 'peɪtnt, AE 'pætnt]
verbo transitivo dir. brevettare

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