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carnevale

  
   sm   carnival period   carnival period  
il carnevale di Venezia      the Venice Carnival  
Carnevale     
Carnevale is the name given to the period between Epiphany (6 January) and the beginning of Lent, when people throw parties, put on processions with spectacular floats, build bonfires in the "piazze" and dress up infabulous costumes and masks. Building to a peak just before Lent, Carnevale culminates in the festivities of Martedì grasso (Shrove Tuesday). The most famous are the Carnevale di Viareggio with its parade of allegorical floats and the Carnevale di Venezia with open-air shows and balls in the city's squares.  
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"carnevale": examples and translations in context
Dimentichi che sono un clinico osservatore del carnevale umano. You forget you're dealing with a clinical observer of the human carnival.
Samba: veloce, carnevale, colori e festeggiamenti. It's all about carnival and color and celebration.
Vorranno piazzarlo in un posto affollato, e al carnevale partecipa tutta la città. They'd want to set it off in a crowded place, and with the whole town here for Mardi Gras...
Datti un'occhiata, in un vecchio costume da carnevale. Take a look at yourself here, in a worn-out Mardi Gras outfit.
Questo fine settimana festeggeremo un autentico carnevale brasiliano. This weekend we are throwing a traditional Brazilian Carnaval.
Dico solo che il carnevale di domani è il posto perfetto per innamorarsi Di una nuova persona. All I'm saying is tomorrow's Carnaval is the perfect place to fall in love with someone new.
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