50 useful Italian adjectives

Do you know enough Italian adjectives? Here you’ll find a list of 50 Italian useful adjectives you should absolutely know to improve your vocabulary!

Adjectives to know is very important to be able to describe persons and things. Adjectives end either in -o or in -e, and they have respectively four or two forms. For example piccolo has four forms (piccolo, piccola, piccoli, piccole), grande has two forms (grande, grandi). To review this topic, read our lesson about Italian adjectives here.

50 useful Italian adjectives

buonogood
cattivobad, evil
bellobeautiful
bruttougly
caldowarm
freddocold
grandebig, great
piccololittle, small
altotall, high
bassoshort, low
nuovonew
giovaneyoung
vecchioold
anzianoold, elderly
anticoancient
magrothin
grassodick
carinopretty, nice, cute
dolcesweet
amarobitter
piccantespicy, hot
asprosour
felicehappy
tristesad
allegrocheerful
facileeasy
difficiledifficult
morbidosoft
durohard
leggerolight
pesanteheavcy
lungolong
cortoshort
strettonarrow
largowide
carodear, expensive
costosoexpensive
economicoinexpensive
famosofamous
comodocomfortable
scomodouncomfortable
interessanteinteresting
noiosoboring
lentoslow
velocefast, quick
gentilepolite
simpaticopleasant, fun (person)
antipaticounpleasant (person)
divertentefun, amusing
pigrolazy
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