„Echte Freunde“ (ähnliche synonyme Begriffe) und weiter unten „falsche Freunde“ wie der berühmte „burro“

    abandonar – abbandonare
    Abogado – Avvocato
    Abril – Aprile
    abrir – aprire
    Abril – Aprile
    aceptar – accettare
    acompañar – accompagnare
    actual – attuale
    Actor – Attore
    Agenda – Agenda
    Agosto – Agosto
    ajo – aglio
    amar – amare
    analizar – analizzare
    animar – animare
    Aire – Aria
    Amigo – Amico
    administración-amministrazione
    Amor – Amore
    Anillo – Anello
    Animal – Animale
    animar – animare
    Antiguo – Antico
    Archivo – Archivio
    Arte – Arte
    atacar – attaccare
    Asistencia – Assistenza
    Ático – Attico
    avisar -avvisare
    ayudar – aiutare
    bailar – ballare
    Automóvil – Automobile
    Banco – Banca
    Baño – Bagno
    Bar – Bar
    Base – Base
    Bebida – Bevanda
    Biblioteca – Biblioteca
    Bicicleta – Bicicletta
    boca – bocca
    Boleto – Biglietto
    Bolso – Borsa
    Bus – Bus
    Caballo – Cavallo
    Café – Caffè
    calmar – calmare
    cambiar- cambiare
    cancelar – cancellare
    Calidad – Qualità
    Cambio – Cambio
    Camino – Cammino
    Camión – Camion
    Campo – Campo
    Canal – Canale
    Canción – Canzone
    cantar – cantare
    Carne – Carne
    caro – caro
    Carta – Carta
    Carta – Lettera
    cazar – cacciare
    celebrar – celebrare
    cenar – cenare
    central – centrale
    Casa – Casa
    Chocolate – Cioccolato
    Ciencia – Scienza
    citar – citare
    Ciudad – Città
    Clima – Clima
    Cocina – Cucina
    cocinar – cucinare
    Colección – Collezione
    Colegio – Collegio
    Color – Colore
    comenzar – cominciare
    Comedia – Commedia
    Compañía – Compagnia
    Compás – Compasso
    Comprar – Comprare
    Computadora – Computer
    Concierto – Concerto
    Condición – Condizione
    Congreso – Congresso
    conocer – conoscere
    Consejo – Consiglio
    continuar – continuare
    Control – Controllo
    Corazón – Cuore
    correr – correre
    Correo – Corriere
    costar – costare
    Crédito – Credito
    culpar – inculpare
    Cultura – Cultura
    Danza – Danza
    dar – dare
    decidir – decidere
    Decisión – Decisione
    Deporte – Sport
    Descuento – Sconto
    Deseo – Desiderio
    Diario – Diario
    Dirección – Direzione
    Directo – Diretto
    discutir – discutere
    distinguir – distinguere
    divertir – divertire
    Documento – Documento
    dormir – dormire
    Drama – Dramma
    durar- durare
    Edificio – Edificio
    Efecto – Effetto
    Ejemplo – Esempio
    Elección – Elezione
    Elefante – Elefante
    emigrar – emigrare
    Emoción – Emozione
    encantar- incantare
    escribir – scrivere
    Energía – Energia
    enseñar – insegnare
    Entrada – Entrata
    entrare – entrar
    Entrevista – Intervista
    Esperanza – Speranza
    Estación – Stazione
    Estilo – Stile
    Estrella – Stella
    estudiar – studiare
    existir – esistere
    Experiencia – Esperienza
    Familia – Famiglia
    Farmacia- Farmacia
    Famoso – Famoso
    Festival – Festival
    Fiesta – Festa
    firmar – firmare
    Final – Finale
    forzar – forzare
    Foto – Foto
    fuera -fuori
    funcionar – funcionare
    Fruta – Frutta
    Fusión – Fusione
    Garaje – Garage
    General – Generale
    gente – gente
    gritar – gridare
    guerra – guerra
    Historia – Storia
    Hotel – Hotel
    Idea – Idea
    importante – importante
    Imagen – Immagine
    Información – Informazione
    Ingrediente – Ingrediente
    Inspiración – Ispirazione
    Internet – Internet
    Jardín – Giardino
    Juego – Gioco
    jurar – giurare
    lanzar – lanciare
    lavar – lavare
    Lección – Lezione
    Línea – Linea
    Lista – Lista
    Literatura – Letteratura
    Lugar – Luogo
    Luz – Luce
    madre – madre
    Mapa – Mappa
    Mar – Mare
    Medicina – Medicina
    Memoria – Memoria
    Metro – Metro
    Modelo – Modello
    Momento – Momento
    Montaña – Montagna
    Motor – Motore
    Mundo – Mondo
    Música – Musica
    Nación – Nazione
    Natural – Naturale
    navegar – navigare
    necesario -necessario
    nero – nero
    Noticia – Notizia
    Número – Numero
    Obrero – Operaio
    Oferta – Offerta
    Oficina – Ufficio
    Opera – Opera
    Opinión – Opinione
    Original – Originale
    padre – padre
    País – Paese
    Pan – Pane
    Parque – Parco
    Pasión – Passione
    Pasta – Pasta
    Patata – Patata
    Pensamiento – Pensiero
    pez – pesce
    permitir – permettere
    Piano – Piano
    Pizza – Pizza
    Plaza – Piazza
    planificar -pianificare
    Pleno – Pieno
    programar -programmare
    poder – potere
    Política – Politica
    Popular – Popolare
    preparar – preparare
    Precio – Prezzo
    preferir – preferire
    probar – provare
    Problema – Problema
    Profesión – Professione
    Programa – Programma
    prometer – promettere
    Proyecto – Progetto
    Publicidad – Pubblicità
    Puente – Ponte
    Puerto – Porto
    Química – Chimica
    Radio – Radio
    Realidad – Realtà
    Recepción – Ricezione
    Reforma – Riforma
    Región – Regione
    Religión – Religione
    resolver – solvere
    responder – rispondere
    Rey – Re
    Ritmo – Ritmo
    Rueda – Ruota
    saber – sapere
    Salud – Salute
    salvar  – salvare
    Sección – Sezione
    seguir – seguire
    Sistema – Sistema
    siempre – sempre
    Sentimiento – Sentimento
    septembre – settembre
    sobre-sopra
    Sitio – Sito
    Social – Sociale
    Solución – Soluzione
    soñar – sognare
    Sonido – Suono
    Supermercado – Supermercato
    Tecnología – Tecnologia
    Televisión – Televisione
    Tiempo – Tempo
    todo-tutto
    Tierra – Terra
    Total – Totale
    Tren – Treno
    Tribunal – Tribunale
    Universidad – Università
    usar – usare
    Uso – Uso
    vender – vendere
    venir – venire
    Versión – Versione
    viajar – viaggiare
    Viaje – Viaggio
    Vino – Vino
    Visión – Visione
    visitar – visitare
    ya – già
    vivir – vivere
    volar – volare
    Vuelo – Volo
    Zona – Zona
    burro
    ital. Butter, span. Esel
    Spanish: Embarazada / Italian: Imbarazzata
    ital. Bestürzt / span. Schwanger
    Spanish: Fabrica / Italian: Fabbrica
    ital: Gewebe / span: Fabrik
    Spanish: Contestar / Italian: Contestare
    Spanish: To Answer
    Italian: To Contest
    Spanish: Realizar / Italian: Realizzare
    Spanish: To Accomplish
    Italian: To Realize
    Spanish: Pretender / Italian: Pretendere
    Spanish: To Intend
    Italian: To Pretend
    Spanish: Éxito / Italian: Esito
    Spanish: Success
    Italian: Outcome
    Barato
    In Spanish, barato means “cheap.” In Italian, however, this same word means “cheated.”
    Guardar and Guardare
    The Spanish verb guarder means exactly what a native English speaker might expect: to guard, to save, or to keep. The Italian verb, on the other hand, means “to look.”
    Parar and Parare
    The Spanish the verb parar means “to stop.” The Italian parare can mean “to adorn or to parry, shield, ward off, etc.”
    Oficina and Officina
    This is yet another situation where a word in one language is an English cognate while a similarly-spelled word in another language is not. The Spanish oficina translates, intuitively, to “office.” The Italian officina, meanwhile, has a less obvious meaning. This word is equivalent to the English “workshop.”
    Pesca
    Pesca always means “fishing” in Spanish. In Italian, the word can mean fishing (if pronounced with a closed “e”) but more commonly means “peach.”
    Pronto
    Pronto expresses related yet distinct concepts in Spanish and Italian. The Spanish words means “soon” while the Italian word means “ready.”
    Salir and Salire
    The Spanish verb salir means “to depart, to leave, or to go out.” The Italian verb salire means “to go up,” in the sense of ascending, climbing, or rising.
    Subir and Subire
    Speaking of going up, the Spanish word that expresses this action is subir. The unrelated Italian verb subire means “to endure, to suffer, or to undergo.”
    Sembrar and Sembrare
    Sembrar means “to sow, to seed, to plant, or to bestow” in Spanish. The Italian sembrare, on the other hand, means “to appear, to look, or to seem.”
    Tras and Tra
    Tras is a Spanish preposition meaning “after, behind, or beyond.” (It can also be a shortened form of trasero, which means “rear” or “backside.”) The Italian preposition tra means “between, among, or amid.”
    Tener and Tenere
    Tener means “to have” in Spanish. The Italian tenere means “to have or to take.” Note that the Spanish word conveys ownership while the Italian word does not.
    Topo
    Topo means “mole” in Spanish but “mouse” in Italian. Neither word can mean “top,” but confusingly, the Portuguese word topo can.
    Autista
    Chauffeur auf Italienisch, Autist auf Spanisch
    Actual (Spanish) – Attuale (Italian)
    Spanish: Current, present
    Italian: Up-to-date, current
    Familiar (Spanish) – Familiare (Italian)
    Spanish: Related, familial
    Italian: Casual, informal
    Sano (Spanish) – Sano (Italian)
    Spanish: Healthy
    Italian: Sound, sane
    Biblioteca (Spanish) – Biblioteca (Italian)
    Spanish: Library
    Italian: Bookstore
    Largo (Spanish) – Largo (Italian)
    Spanish: Wide, long
    Italian: Slow
    Tuna (Spanish) – Tuna (Italian)
    Spanish: Prickly pear
    Italian: Tuna fish
    Recordar (Spanish) – Ricordare (Italian)
    Spanish: To remember
    Italian: To remind
    Actualmente (Spanish) – Attualmente (Italian)
    Spanish: Currently
    Italian: Actually
    Mayor (Spanish) – Maggiore (Italian)
    Spanish: Older, bigger
    Italian: Major, greater
    Preservativo (Spanish) – Preservativo (Italian)
    Spanish: Condom
    Italian: Preservative (as in a food preservative)