The Italian verb for abolish is the irregular IRE verb abolire.
... imagine they ABOLISH LEAR jets HERE in Bolivia!
Abolire can also mean: to lift (ie a sanction); to cut out (ie alcohol). Related words include:
- abolito (pp/adj) : abolished.
- l'abolizione (nf) : abolition.
- l'abolizionista (nm/f): abolitionist (male/female).
- radere al suolo : to abolish (fig) (lit. to raze to the ground).
Other IRE verbs conjugated in a similar irregular way include : abbrustolire, affievolire, agire, annichilire, brandire, costruire, deferire, fluire, garantire.
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to abolish : abolire
Imagine they ABOLISH LEAR jets HERE in Bolivia!
✔ Abolire is an irregular IRE verb. ✔
Learn abolire and it will reinforce the pattern for other IRE verbs with the same irregular pattern. ✔
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