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scalcanare
to tread on someone's heels
scalcagnato
down at the heels
scalcare
to carve (at table)
scalcatore
carver
scalciare
to kick
scalco
steward, carver
scaldamento
heating, warming
scaldapanche
idle boy at school
scaldare
to warm, to heat
scaldarsi
to warm oneself;
to becone excited, to become heated
scalea
flight of steps
scalfire
to graze, to scratch
scalino
step ( of stairs)
scalmana
(med) chill, cold
scalmanarsi
to catch cold;
(fig) to get bothered or flustered
far le cose senza scalmanarsi
to take things in one's stride
scalmanato
suffering with a cold;

hurried, flustered, out of breath
scalo
wharf, quay;
landing place
scalogna
(colloq) bad luck
scalone
grand or main staircase
scalpicciamento
stamping of feet;

tramp ( of feet on pavement)
scalpicciare
to tramp ( on pavement);

to scrape the feet
scalpiccio
continual tramping or shuffling of feet
scalpitate
to paw the ground
scalpore
noise, bustle, fuss;

complaint
menar scalpore
to make a fuss;

to make a great noise ( about a thing)
scaltramente
artfully, cunningly, slily
scaltrezza
cunning, craftiness, slyness;

shrewdness
scaltire
to smarten, to sharpen a person's wits, to wake up
scaltrirsi
to sharpen one's wits, to grow wiser, to wake up (mentally)
scaltrito
shrewd, experienced
scaltro
cunning, sly;

smart, shrewd;

crafty
scalzare
to take off shoes and stockings;

to undermine;

to hoe
scalzarsiq
to take off one's shoes and stockings
scalzacane
ragmuffin, disreputable fellow
scalzato
laid bare; undermined
scalzo
barefoot
camminare scalzo
to go barefoot
scambiare
to exchange or barter;

to mistake (one thing for another)
scambievlo
reciprocal, mutual
scambievolezza
reciprocity
scambio
exchange, substitution;

mistake (in identification);

(railroad) switch point
scamiciarsi
to take off one's shirt, coat;

to be in one's shirtsleeves
scamiciato
in shirtsleeves, shirtless;

(fig) rustic, countryfied, plbeian
scampaforca
hardened criminal; gallows bird
scampagnare
to go for a country excursion
scampagnata
trip in the country; a picnic
scampamento
escape, safety
scampanare
to ring ( of bells), to chime, to peal
scampanata
peal, ringing, chiming
scampellanata
ring (at the door)