azzannare

Today’s Parola del Giorno is the verb azzannare, which means to bite.

See the verb used below:

Si trovano spesso cani randagi in giro per le città italiane. State attenti — ho letto sul giornale che azzannano le persone che gli si avvicinano troppo!

Stray dogs are often found around Italian cities. Be careful — I read in the paper that they bite people that get too close to them!

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