Category: Italian words

There are many ways to learn Italian words. You might wonder what a specific word means in Italian or you might ask for the translation of an English word into Italian. Ideally, you shouldn’t ask for the translation of a word into Italian. Try focusing on Italian words. If you don’t know how to say a certain word, try describing that word in Italian to an Italian native speaker. That way you’ll avoid the translation. However, if you can’t avoid translating in your head, it’s ok. We know it’s normal. That’s why we have prepared some posts called “how to say…”, such as “how to say family in Italian”, “how to say good morning in Italian”, “how to say friend in Italian”, “how to say you’re welcome In Italian”, “how to say nice to meet you in Italian”, “how to say man in Italian”, “how to say home in Italian”. If you want to know what the most popular Italian word is, the answer is “ciao”. And you’ll find a post about the meanings of ciao in Italian. You’ll also find posts about the meaning of chin chin in Italian, the meaning of ora in Italian, the different meanings of fare, the meaning of pronto, the meaning of bravo, and the meaning of mangiare in Italian.
what does la dolce vita mean in Italian 1
Italian words

Living “la dolce vita”: meaning and translation

What does “la dolce vita” mean? This expression derives from a worldwide famous Italian movie, and many people associate it with a vague idea of a picturesque life in Italy. They’re not completely wrong, but only a few know why. If you’ve taken one of our courses, you already know

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The Italian word for cat
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How to say “Cat” in Italian

You know what they say…a house is not complete without a cat. And since we’ve already covered all the Italian names for family members, it’s time to talk about another important presence in the household. Today you will learn how to say cat in Italian. The Italian word for cat

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The italian word for nights
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Italian for “nights”: words and examples

“Italian for nights” is a common clue in many crossword games. People search for its solution on Google everyday – and if you’re among them, I get you. I hate it when I have to look for solutions online. So, I thought I could take the chance to write a

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The meaning of bambino
Italian words

The meaning of bambino: English translation and synonyms

Have you ever heard Italians calling each other bimbo or bimba? Or, if you are an art enthusiast and you’ve been in an Italian museum, have you ever seen the word bambinello related to sacred art paintings? All these terms are related to the Italian word bambino. And what does bambino

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The meaning of Amore
Italian words

The meaning of amore: English translation and more

Dean Martin has made it pretty clear to everyone in the world that when the moon hits your eyes like a big pizza pie, That’s Amore. But what’s the meaning of amore? It’s time to learn a very romantic Italian word. The meaning of amore The English meaning of Amore is

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The meaning of prego in Italian
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The meaning of prego & 5 ways to use this very polite word

What’s the meaning of prego? I don’t know if you’ve heard it in conversation before or if you started reading this article out of pure curiosity, but this is one of the most polite Italian words you’ll ever learn. Italians use it very often in everyday life: when they go

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How to say yes in Italian 2 1
Italian words

How to say yes in Italian

How do you say yes in Italian? Yes and no are two of the most important words we say every day. No is very easy to translate: the word is the same in both Italian and English, although in Italy people pronounce the o like we would in words like cocktail. If

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