Comelati, Guglielmo, Davenport, John,
A New Dictionary of the Italian and English Languages
Abboccá-re, v. a.
1to seize with the mouth, snap up;
2to fill to the brim;
3to apply the mouth of one vessel to that of another;
4(fig.)to buy, purchase;
6to pour out, disembogue, as a river; v. r.
1to have an interview with;
2to fight, scuffle together;s. m. Abboccá-tóre.