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What is 'cinquantadue settimane' when translated from Italian to English?

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"Fifty-two (52) weeks" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase cinquantadue settimane. The cardinal number and feminine plural noun reference the expected total of weeks within one year. The pronunciation will be "tcheen-KWAN-ta-DOO-ey SET-tee-MA-ney" in Italian.
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