poison

poison
I ['pɔɪzn]
nome veleno m. (anche fig.)
II ['pɔɪzn]
verbo transitivo [person] avvelenare [person, animal]; [lead, fumes] intossicare; (make poisonous) mettere del veleno in, avvelenare [foodstuffs, water]; (contaminate) contaminare, inquinare [environment, air, rivers]; fig. (damage) rovinare, avvelenare [relationship, life]

to poison sb.'s mind — corrompere l'animo di qcn

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['poizn] 1. noun
(any substance which causes death or illness when taken into the body: She killed herself by taking poison; (also adjective) poison gas.) veleno
2. verb
1) (to kill or harm with poison: He poisoned his wife.) avvelenare
2) (to put poison into (food etc): He poisoned her coffee.) avvelenare
- poisonous
- poisonously
- poison-pen letter
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poison /ˈpɔɪzn/
n. [uc]
(anche fig.) veleno: rat poison, veleno per topi; slow poison, veleno lento (ad azione lenta); deadly poison, veleno micidiale; the poison of envy, il veleno dell'invidia
● (zool.) poison fang, dente velenifero □ poison gas, gas tossico; gas asfissiante □ (bot.) poison-ivy (Rhus toxicodendron), edera del Canada □ (fig.) poison pen, chi scrive lettere anonime calunniose (offensive, ecc.); corvo (fig.) □ (fig.) poison-pen letter, lettera anonima calunniosa (offensiva, ecc.); lettera di un corvo (fig.) □ (anche econ.) poison pill, pillola avvelenata □ to hate sb. like poison, essere pieno di veleno contro q. □ (fam.) What's your poison?, (anche: Name your poison!), e tu che cosa (o quale liquore) bevi?
(to) poison /ˈpɔɪzn/
v. t.
1 avvelenare; intossicare
2 inquinare: The river has been poisoned by industrial waste, il fiume è stato inquinato (o contaminato) dagli scarichi industriali
3 (fig.) corrompere; guastare; pervertire: That sad event poisoned his life for ever, quel fatto doloroso gli ha avvelenato la vita per sempre; He's trying to poison your mind against me, sta cercando di inculcarti odio verso di me
poisoned chalice, calice avvelenato.
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I ['pɔɪzn]
nome veleno m. (anche fig.)
II ['pɔɪzn]
verbo transitivo [person] avvelenare [person, animal]; [lead, fumes] intossicare; (make poisonous) mettere del veleno in, avvelenare [foodstuffs, water]; (contaminate) contaminare, inquinare [environment, air, rivers]; fig. (damage) rovinare, avvelenare [relationship, life]

to poison sb.'s mind — corrompere l'animo di qcn


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