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"Many thanks" is an English equivalent of "molte grazie."

Specifically, the feminine plural adjective "molte" means "many, a lot." The feminine plural noun "grazie" means "charms, thanks." Its plural definite article is "le" ("the"). Its plural indefinite article is "delle" ("some").

The pronunciation is "MOHL-teh GRAH-tsyeh."

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Yes, grazie means thank you in Italian. Thank you very much is grazie molto.

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