Sinonimi: take over
1. To attach to.
2. To take by conquest; as of territory; SYN. take over.
3. To take illegally, as of territory.
4. To attach as a quality, consequence, or condition
5. To add to something earlier, larger, or more important
6. To incorporate (a country or other territory) within the domain of a state
7. To obtain or take for oneself
1. To apply oneself to.
2. To ask (for something).
3. To be pertinent or relevant or applicable; SYN. hold, go for.
4. To refer (a word or name) to a person or thing.
1. To be attached; be in contact with.
2. To become attached.
3. To cause to be attached.
1. To be conducive to; SYN. lead, conduce.
2. To contribute to some cause; SYN. give, chip in, kick in.
ETYM French enclos, p. p. of enclore to enclose; pref. en- (Latin in) + clore to close. Related to Close, Inclose, Include.
1. To close in or confine; SYN. hold in, confine.
2. To surround completely; SYN. inclose, shut in.