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fascino m. (plural fascini)

  1. charm, fascination

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fascino

  1. Third-person plural present subjunctive of fasciare.
  2. Third-person plural imperative of fasciare#Italian.

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From fascinum (a phallus-shaped amulet worn around the neck; witchcraft).

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present active fascinō, present infinitive fascināre, perfect active fascināvī, supine fascinātum.
  1. I enchant, bewitch, charm, fascinate (especially by the eyes or tongue)

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Fascino (infinitive fascinar)

  1. First-person singular (yo) present indicative form of fascinar.

de:fascino fr:fascino io:fascino it:fascino no:fascino pl:fascino ru:fascino

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