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"correre" Italian translation




To run or move quickly on foot.

Part of speech



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Meaning: To run

Mi piace correre al parco ogni mattina.

I like to run in the park every morning.

Meaning: To flow

L'acqua corre veloce nel fiume.

The water flows fast in the river.

Meaning: To race

I cavalli corrono sulla pista.

The horses race on the track.

Meaning: To hurry

Dobbiamo correre per non perdere il treno.

We have to hurry so we don't miss the train.

Meaning: To operate

Il motore della macchina corre bene.

The car engine operates well.



  • io corro
  • tu corri
  • lui/lei corre
  • noi corriamo
  • voi correte
  • loro corrono


  • io ho corso
  • tu hai corso
  • lui/lei ha corso
  • noi abbiamo corso
  • voi avete corso
  • loro hanno corso


  • io corrò
  • tu corràrai
  • lui/lei corrà
  • noi corrèremo
  • voi corràrete
  • loro corranno


  • io avevo corso
  • tu avevi corso
  • lui/lei aveva corso
  • noi avevamo corso
  • voi avevate corso
  • loro avevano corso

Simple Past

  • io corsi
  • tu corresti
  • lui/lei corse
  • noi corremmo
  • voi correste
  • loro corsero


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A1: Io corro ogni mattina.

I run every morning.

A1: Tu corri veloce!

You run fast!

A2: Loro corrono al parco.

They run in the park.

B1: Ieri ho corso per un'ora intera.

Yesterday I ran for a whole hour.

B1: Domani correrò la maratona di Roma.

Tomorrow I will run the Rome marathon.

B2: Quando arriverai, avrò già corso 10 chilometri.

By the time you arrive, I will have already run 10 kilometers.

C1: Se fossi più allenato, avrei corso la mezza maratona in meno di due ore.

If I were more trained, I would have run the half marathon in less than two hours.

C1: Dopo aver corso il giro del mondo, mi sono reso conto che l'importante non è vincere, ma partecipare.

After running around the world, I realized that the important thing is not to win, but to participate.

C2: Avendo corso per tutta la vita, posso dire con certezza che correre è uno dei piaceri più grandi della vita.

Having run all my life, I can say with certainty that running is one of the greatest pleasures in life.

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Correre is an Italian verb that means to run or move quickly on foot. It is a common action verb used in everyday conversation and can be conjugated to match the tense, person, and number of the subject. For example, 'Io corro' means 'I run', while 'Loro correvano' means 'They were running'.

In addition to its literal meaning, correre can also be used figuratively to express the idea of rushing or hurrying. For instance, one might say 'Devo correre al lavoro' to mean 'I have to hurry to work'. Correre can also be used in idiomatic expressions such as 'correre dietro a qualcuno' which means 'to chase after someone'.

It's worth noting that correre is an irregular verb, meaning it does not follow the standard conjugation patterns of regular verbs. Therefore, it's important to memorize its various forms in order to use it correctly in conversation.

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