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What is the Italian translation of 'I'm sorry'?

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"Mi dispiace" is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "I'm sorry."

Specifically, the object pronoun "mi" means "to me." The verb "dispiace" means "(It) displeases, does displease, is displeasing to." The pronunciation is "MEE dee-SPYAH-tcheh."
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