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I·tal·ic

 (ĭ-tăl′ĭk, ī-tăl′-)
adj.
1. Of or relating to ancient Italy or its peoples or cultures.
2. Of or relating to the branch of the Indo-European language family that includes Latin, Faliscan, Oscan, Umbrian, and the Romance languages.
3. italic Of or being a style of printing type patterned on a Renaissance script with the letters slanting to the right: This sentence is printed in italic type.
n.
1. The Italic branch of Indo-European.
2. often italics Italic print or typeface.

[Latin Italicus, from Italia, Italy.]
Translations
بالحُروف المائِلَه
kurzíva
bogstaver i kursiv
kurzív
skáletur
kurzíva
italik yazı

italics

[ɪˈtælɪks] NPLcursiva f, (letra f) bastardilla f
in italicsen cursiva, en bastardilla
my italics; the italics are minelo subrayado es mío

italics

[ɪˈtælɪks] npl (Typ) → (carattere m) corsivo
in italics → in corsivo

italic

(iˈtӕlik) , (aiˈtalik) adjective
(of print) of the sloping kind used eg to show emphasis and for the examples in this dictionary. This example is printed in italic type.
iˈtalicize, iˈtalicise (-saiz) verb
to put (words) in italics.
iˈtalics noun plural
italic print. This example is printed in italics.
References in classic literature ?
The words in italics were mutilated by the telegraph in transmission from Australia, and reaching the company in the form mentioned above gave rise to the mistake.
I then commenced and continued copying the Italics in Webster's Spelling Book, until I could make them all without looking on the book.
EXCEPT Gilbert -- AND Charlie Sloane," said Diana, imitating Anne's italics and slyness.
THE FORMER SEEMS TO BE MUCH THE MORE IMPORTANT (The italics are mine.
She forgot to send any message of kindness to Lady O'Dowd, as her wont was--and did not mention Glorvina by name, and only in italics, as the Major's BRIDE, for whom she begged blessings.
The italics in these extracts, as in the foregoing, are my own.
If possible, please use italics rather than underlining.
Font formats include bold, underline, italic, overstrike, superscript and subscript.
David Coplan makes the important observation that "ultimately it is not any systemic logic of music as organised sound but rather the nature of metaphoric enactment that prevents the analytic reduction of music performance to other levels of action" (123; italics added).
Documents opened on a UIQ smartphone display all the original formatting including boldface, italics, varying font sizes, compatible spreadsheet formulas, presentation graphics and more.
The resulting ITC Tyke family includes five distinctive weights and corresponding italics and old style figures.
She has carefully reproduced that text, showing Poggio's own corrections in italics, preserving the orthography, word division, capitalization, and punctuation of the original.