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Comelati, Guglielmo, Davenport, John,
A New Dictionary of the Italian and English Languages

Stagión-e, s. f. disp. Stagión-áccia,

1season, name common to the four parts of the year. Rigore della —, rigour, severity, inclemency. — novella,the spring. — severa, winter;

2time, in general. Signori, a mala —, venite, gentlemen, you have come too late;

3season, fit time. Per —, once. Per le stagioni, sometimes. Tutta —, always. In una —, at one and the same time. A buona —, seasonably, opportunely.