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Italian

Etymology 1

From Latin accepto, intensive form of accipio.

Pronunciation

  • accètta
  • IPA: /atˈtʃɛtta/

Verb

accetta

  1. Third-person singular present tense of accettare.
  2. Second-person singular imperative of accettare.

Etymology 2

From French hachette.

Pronunciation

  • accétta
  • IPA: /atˈtʃetta/

Noun

accetta f. (plural accette)

  1. hatchet

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