The Italian word for agitate is the regular -ARE verb agitare.
... imagine you wave A GUITAR!
Agitare is conjugated like thousands of other -ARE verbs. Agitare can also mean: to agitate, to wag, to shake, to move, to stir, to rouse; ro debate, to discuss Related words include:
- agitarsi (vr) : to stir, to fidget, wriggle around; to become restless, upset, worried.
- agitato (past participle/adj) : agitated, upset, worried; restless; rough (ie sea).
- lagitazione (nf) : agitation, anxiety, nervousness.
- essere/mettere in agitazione: to be on strike / to become worried.
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✔ Agitare is a regular -ARE verb, these being the most common verbs in Italian. ✔
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