The 200 most common Adjectives in 🇮🇹 Italian

solo

(adj.)

alone, by oneself, unattended, unaccompanied, lonely, lone, lonesome

primo

(adj.)

first

proprio

(adj.)

one's, one's own, her , its , their

nuovo

(adj.)

new

senza

(adj.)

coxless

quanto

(adj.)

how, how much, how many

alcuno

(adj.)

some, a few

secondo

(adj.)

second

grande

(adj.)

of greater physical dimensions or numerosity

diverso

(adj.)

different, diverse

italiano

(adj.)

Italian

bene

(adj.)

upper-class, posh, high

ultimo

(adj.)

last

certo

(adj.)

certain, sure

fine

(adj.)

thin

fatto

(adj.)

done, made

quel

(adj.)

Apocopic form of quello, used before a consonant that is not impure.

pubblico

(adj.)

public

possibile

(adj.)

possible

vero

(adj.)

true

diritto

(adj.)

straight, direct

politico

(adj.)

political

piccolo

(adj.)

small

sociale

(adj.)

social, societal

particolare

(adj.)

particular, private, personal

fino

(adj.)

thin, fine

europeo

(adj.)

European

tipo

(adj.)

standard, model, average, stock

maggiore

(adj.)

bigger, greater

lungo

(adj.)

long

importante

(adj.)

important

interno

(adj.)

inside, indoor, internal, interior, inner

comune

(adj.)

mutual, common

generale

(adj.)

general

necessario

(adj.)

necessary

nazionale

(adj.)

home, national, domestic

presente

(adj.)

present

alto

(adj.)

high, tall

piano

(adj.)

plane

spesso

(adj.)

thick

unico

(adj.)

only, sole, one, single

sito

(adj.)

situated, located, lying

buono

(adj.)

good

uso

(adj.)

used, accustomed

meglio

(adj.)

better, best

vario

(adj.)

varied, various

bello

(adj.)

nice, fair, fine, pleasant, beautiful

umano

(adj.)

human

economico

(adj.)

economic, financial

giovane

(adj.)

young

personale

(adj.)

personal, private

locale

(adj.)

local

relativo

(adj.)

relevant, attendant, respective

internazionale

(adj.)

international

futuro

(adj.)

future

migliore

(adj.)

better

libero

(adj.)

free

vecchio

(adj.)

old, outworn

fondo

(adj.)

deep

semplice

(adj.)

simple

obiettivo

(adj.)

objective

soggetto

(adj.)

subject, dependent

cittadino

(adj.)

town, city, civic, urban

qualsiasi

(adj.)

any

vicino

(adj.)

near, close

basso

(adj.)

low

gente

(adj.)

noble

americano

(adj.)

American, United States, US, Yankee

massimo

(adj.)

maximum

difficile

(adj.)

difficult, hard

materiale

(adj.)

material

principale

(adj.)

main, principal

partito

(adj.)

party per pale, divided into two equal parts vertically

pieno

(adj.)

full

seguito

(adj.)

popular, successful

prossimo

(adj.)

very near, near, close

terzo

(adj.)

third

gran

(adj.)

Apocopic form of grande

giusto

(adj.)

just, right

chiaro

(adj.)

bright, shiny

specifico

(adj.)

specific

intero

(adj.)

whole, entire

privato

(adj.)

private, personal

storico

(adj.)

historic, historical

singolo

(adj.)

single

culturale

(adj.)

cultural

simile

(adj.)

similar

superiore

(adj.)

superior

utile

(adj.)

useful

precedente

(adj.)

preceding, previous, foregoing, earlier

tecnico

(adj.)

technical

lavoratore

(adj.)

working

vivo

(adj.)

alive, live

bianco

(adj.)

white

reale

(adj.)

real

medico

(adj.)

medical

successivo

(adj.)

following, next, subsequent

attuale

(adj.)

present, current, modern, existing

fondamentale

(adj.)

fundamental, basic, essential

militare

(adj.)

military

animale

(adj.)

animal

buon

(adj.)

Apocopic form of buono

ambito

(adj.)

desirable, sought after

inglese

(adj.)

English

solito

(adj.)

usual, habitual, customary, same old

fisico

(adj.)

physical

civile

(adj.)

civil

disponibile

(adj.)

available, disposable, at one's disposal, free

avanti

(adj.)

previous, prior, last

naturale

(adj.)

natural

nero

(adj.)

black

diretto

(adj.)

direct, straight, immediate

facile

(adj.)

easy

rosso

(adj.)

red

normale

(adj.)

normal

noto

(adj.)

of common knowledge

esterno

(adj.)

outside, outdoor, external, outer, outside, out

seguente

(adj.)

following, next, subsequent, succeeding

sicuro

(adj.)

safe, secure

mondiale

(adj.)

world, worldwide

responsabile

(adj.)

responsible, accountable, liable, in charge

leggero

(adj.)

light

scientifico

(adj.)

scientific

unito

(adj.)

united

presto

(adj.)

ready

breve

(adj.)

brief, short

regionale

(adj.)

regional

complesso

(adj.)

complex, intricate, subtle

francese

(adj.)

French

interessante

(adj.)

interesting

antico

(adj.)

ancient

centrale

(adj.)

central

lontano

(adj.)

distant

minuto

(adj.)

tiny, minute, emaciated, thin

finanziario

(adj.)

financial

capitale

(adj.)

head

intorno

(adj.)

of the surroundings, around, nearby

caro

(adj.)

dear , sweetheart

dubbio

(adj.)

doubtful, uncertain, dubious, questionable

scorso

(adj.)

last, previous

pronto

(adj.)

ready, prepared

professionale

(adj.)

professional

quadro

(adj.)

square

contrario

(adj.)

contrary, opposite, alien

totale

(adj.)

total

speciale

(adj.)

special

tedesco

(adj.)

German, of Germany

finale

(adj.)

final, ending

estero

(adj.)

foreign , overseas

completo

(adj.)

complete, entire, full, whole

minimo

(adj.)

superlative degree of piccolo

ulteriore

(adj.)

further

originale

(adj.)

original

eventuale

(adj.)

possible, potential, contingent

ufficiale

(adj.)

official

continuo

(adj.)

continuous

grave

(adj.)

grave, serious

pari

(adj.)

equal

straniero

(adj.)

foreign, alien

compagno

(adj.)

alike, like, similar, the same

commerciale

(adj.)

trade, trading, business, commercial

santo

(adj.)

holy

positivo

(adj.)

positive

contenuto

(adj.)

restrained, suppressed

numeroso

(adj.)

numerous, large, big, many, several

profondo

(adj.)

deep, profound

ampio

(adj.)

wide, broad

ricco

(adj.)

rich - possessing money, beauty etc.

moderno

(adj.)

modern

paziente

(adj.)

patient

segreto

(adj.)

secret

povero

(adj.)

poor

industriale

(adj.)

industrial

capace

(adj.)

large, capacious

strano

(adj.)

strange, odd, dodgy

tradizionale

(adj.)

traditional, customary

recente

(adj.)

recent

popolare

(adj.)

of the people, people's, popular

verde

(adj.)

green

grosso

(adj.)

big, large

cristiano

(adj.)

Christian

operativo

(adj.)

operative, effective

scritto

(adj.)

written

aperto

(adj.)

open

quotidiano

(adj.)

daily, everyday

romano

(adj.)

Roman

morale

(adj.)

moral

evidente

(adj.)

obvious, evident

significativo

(adj.)

significant, sensical

elettronico

(adj.)

electronic

attivo

(adj.)

active

qualunque

(adj.)

any

assoluto

(adj.)

absolute

parco

(adj.)

frugal, moderate, temperate, sparing

religioso

(adj.)

religious, devout

inferiore

(adj.)

inferior

esperto

(adj.)

experienced, expert, skilled

classico

(adj.)

classic, classical

felice

(adj.)

happy

insegnante

(adj.)

teaching

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