Which English words are Italian?
pizza, spaghetti, mozzarella, Gorgonzola, etc.
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Centrale operativa in terms of dispatch center, dispaccio in terms of dispatch report and invio or spedizione in terms of dispatch sent are Italian equivalents of the E…nglish word "dispatch." Specifically, the feminine noun centrale means "center." The feminine adjective operativa means "operational." The masculine noun dispaccio means "official report." The masculine noun invio and the feminine spedizione mean "forwarding, sending." The respective pronunciations are "tchehn-TRAH-leh OH-peh-rah-TEE-vah," "dee-SPAHTCH-tchoh," "een-VEE-oh" and "SPEH-dee-TSYOH-neh."
Carino is an Italian equivalent of the English word "cute." Specifically, the Italian word is the masculine form of an adjective. The pronunciation is "kah-REE-noh." The f…eminine form, carina , is pronounced "kah-REE-nah."
1. e cong. . 2. ed cong.
La parola italiana is an Italian equivalent of the Englishphrase "Italian word." Specifically, the feminine singular definite article la --which may or may not be included… in the English translation -- is"the." The feminine noun parola means "word." The feminineadjective italiana translates as "Italian." The pronunciation will be "la pa-RO-la EE-ta-LYA-na" in Italian.
Parole italiane is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "Italian words." The pronunciation of the feminine plural noun and adjective -- whose word order literally tran…slates as "words Italian" -- will be "pah-RO-ley EE-ta-LYA-ney" in Italian.
"Italiano" it is used as an adjective, also as the name of the Italian language and nationality.
Brown as an adjective and Chestnut as a noun may be English equivalents of " marrone ." As an adjective, the form may be used with feminine and masculine nouns. …As a noun, it is masculine. Its singular definite article is il ("the"), and its singular indefinite article un , uno (a, one). The pronunciation is "mahr-ROH-neh."
"Bed" as a noun and "read" as a verb are literal Englishequivalents of the Italian word letto . The word serves as amasculine singular noun in some contexts and as a masculin…esingular adjective/past participle in others. Either way, thepronunciation will be "LET-to" in Italian.
" Rose " as a noun or " Pink " as an adjective/noun are English equivalents of the Italian word rosa . Specifically, the Italian word can be a feminine noun that refers to t…he flower "rose." Its singular definite article is la ("the"). Its singular indefinite article is una ("a, one"). Or it may be a masculine adjective/noun that refers to the color "pink." As an adjective, it is unchanging in form regardless of the gender of what or whom it describes. As a noun, its definite article is il and its indefinite un , uno . But regardless of meaning or use, the pronunciation always is "ROH-zah."
Io is an Italian equivalent of the English word "I". Specifically, the word is a personal pronoun. It does not have to be used other than for clarification or emphasis sin…ce the ending of any associated verb indicates whether the speaker is first ("I"), second ("you") or third ("he, it, she") person in the singular form . The pronunciation will be "EE-o" in Italian.
Giardino is an Italian equivalent of the English word "garden." Specifically, the Italian word is a masculine noun. Its singular definite article il means "the." Its sin…gular indefinite article un , uno means "a, one." The pronunciation is "djahr-DEE-noh."
" Day " is an English equivalent of the Italian word giorno . Specifically, the masculine word giorno takes the definite article il ("the"). Its singular indefinite ar…ticle is un , uno ("a, one"). The pronunciation is "DJOHR-noh."
Sviluppatore in the masculine and sviluppatrice in the feminine are Italian equivalents of the English word "developer." Specifically, the masculine noun sviluppatore …takes as its definite article il ("the") and as its indefinite article un , uno ("a, one"). The pronunciation is "svee-loop-pah-TOH-reh." The feminine noun, sviluppatrice , takes the definite article la . Its indefinite article is una . The pronunciation is "svee-loop-pah-TREE-tcheh."
" Disgustato " for a male and " Disgustata " for a female are Italian equivalents of the English word "disgusted." Specifically, the masculine adjective " disgustato " and …the feminine " disgustata " come from the past participle of the infinitive " disgustare " ("to disgust"). The pronunciation of the masculine form is "DEE-sgoo-STAH-toh." The pronunciation of the feminine form is "DEE-sgoo-STAH-tah."
" Stupido " in the masculine and " stupida " in the feminine are Italian equivalents of the English word "stupid." Specifically, the masculine adjective " stupido " and the… feminine " stupida " mean "foolish, idiotic, silly, stupid." The pronunciation of the masculine form is "STOO-pee-doh." The pronunciation of the feminine is "STOO-pee-dah."
Italiane in the feminine and italiani in the masculine are Italian equivalents of the English word "Italians". Specifically, the word italiane is a feminine noun in it…s plural form. It means "(female) Italians". The pronunciation will be "EE-ta-LYA-ne". The word italiani is a masculine noun in its plural form. It translates as "(mixed group of female and male) friends, (male) friends". The pronunciation will be "EE-ta-LYA-nee".