IT beccare
[becco|beccato] {verb}

1. general

Turbo ha preso a bussare alla porta con il becco. Gli abbiamo aperto ed è entrato.
Turbo has taken to knocking on the door with his beak, we let him in and he comes in here.
Abbiamo quindi pensato a un modo per scoprirlo. E ho dato il mio primo sguardo al famoso becco in azione.
So we created a way to find out, (Laughter) and I got my first look at that famous beak in action.
Quindi fanno quello che fanno in natura quando stanno cercando qualcosa: spazzano via le cose col becco.
So, they do what they do in nature when they're looking for something -- they sweep things out of the way with their beak.

2. "cogliere in fallo", colloquial

to nab sb {vb} [slg.]

Context sentences for "beccare" in English

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ItalianSembra quindi che siano assolutamente adatti a beccare il mangime in un solo ambiente.
So they seem to be beautifully suited to pecking grain in one environment.
ItalianQuindi sono molto, molto bravi a beccare i semi, e non sono molto bravi a fare nient'altro.
So they're very, very good at pecking for grain, and they're not much good at doing anything else.