What does Italian word tanto mean?
"tanto" means "a lot"
There is not such word in Greek. It could be the Italian word tanta which is the feminine of tanto= (so) much,a lot of
Significate così tanto a me.
Molto sole or Tanto sole is an Italian equivalent of 'much sunshine'. In the word by word translation, the masculine adjectives 'molto' and 'tanto' mean 'much, so much, so very much, very much'. The masculine gender noun 'sole' means 'sun'. The phrase is pronounced 'MOHL-toh SOH-lay'.
Tanto is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "so much." Specifically, the Italian word can have that meaning as an adverb or as an adjective. As an adverb, it just has the one form of tanto, which is pronounced "THAN-toh." As an adjective, it also can have a feminine form, tanta, which is pronounced "THAN-tah."
Ti amo tanto! in Italian means "I love you so much!" in English.
Mi manchi tanto anche? in Italian means "Do you also miss me lots?" in English.
Ciao! Mi spiace tanto! in Italian is "Hi, I'm really sorry!" in English.
Ti amo tanto, bambino! in Italian means "I love you so much, baby!" in English.
"So beautiful!" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase Tanto bella! Specifically, the adverb tanto means "so" in this context. The feminine adjective bella translates as "beautiful, handsome, nice, pretty". The pronunciation will be "TAHN-toh BEHL-lah" in Italian.
mangia tanto (one people) mangiate tanto (more)
ti amo tanto
"I love them so much" and "I love her (him) so much" are respective English equivalents of the Italian and Spanish phrase Le amo tanto. The first person singular present indicative and adverb mean the same in Italian and Spanish even though the two languages differ in the meaning of the pronoun le. The pronunciation will be "ley A-mo TAN-to" in Italian and Spanish.
tanto = "so" or "so much"
"Always so sweet!" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase Sempre tanto dolce! Specifically, the adverb sempre is "always". The adverb tanto means "so, such, very". The feminine/masculine adjective dolce translates as "sweet". The pronunciation will be "SEM-pre TAN-to DOL-tche" in Italian.
"Lots" in English is molto or tanto in Italian.
"Thanks so much!" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase Grazie tanto! The courtesy and adverb also translate into English as "Thank you so much!" The pronunciation will be "GRA-tsyey TAN-to" in Italian.
sono così addolorata but if u mean physical is mi sono fatta tanto male
"It's so pleasant!" is just one of many possible English equivalents of the Italian phrase Piace tanto! Specifically, the present indicative verb piace means "(he/it/she) is likeable/pleasing to" in this context. The adverb tanto translates as "so much, such a lot." Whatever the meaning, the pronunciation will be "PYA-tchey TAN-to" in Italian.
"Brat, such a brat" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase monella, tanto monella. Specifically, the feminine noun monella means "brat, rascal, street urchin." The adverb tanto translates as "a lot of, so much, such a." The pronunciation will be "mo-NEL-la TAN-to mo-NEL-la" in Italian.
No tanto como ... is Not as much as ... in English.
"But not(so, that) much" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase Ma non tanto. The adverbial phrase most famously references the careful playing of a musical piece. The pronunciation will be "ma non TAN-to" in Italian.
Costi tanto divertimento.
"Much love!" in English is Tanto amore! in Italian.
Mi piaci tanto is "I really like you" in Italian.
"So so much" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase così tanto. The adverbs translate literally into English as "thus (along these lines, in this manner, thus) too much." The pronunciation will be "ko-SEE TAN-to" in Italian.
the literal translation is "it eats you know spanish as much". Word for word "come" means "it eats", "sabes" means "you know", and "tanto" means "as much". For additional help you can look at translate.reference.com, it is a close relative of dictionary.com.
Ti amo mi manchi tanto = "I love you very much"
"I have missed you so much today!" in English is Mi sei mancata tanto oggi! to a female and Mi sei mancato tanto oggi! to a male in Italian.
Quiero tanto: I want so much Te quiero tanto: I love you so much
"With much love" in English is con tanto amore in Italian.
"With lots of love!" in English is Con tanto amore! in Italian.
Ti amo tanto! Mi manchi! Tanti baci! in Italian means "I love you so much! I miss you! Lots of kisses!" in English.
The Italian word presepe translates into Italian as the word crib. The word presepe in Spanish is said as cuna.
"idee" is the Italian word for "ideas" but in the singular, the Italian word is the same as the English one. I mean English - Italian = idea - idea :) get it?
Tanto amore is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "lots of love". Specifically, the masculine adjective tanto means "lots, so much". The masculine noun amore translates as "love". The pronunciation will be "TAHN-toh ah-MOH-rey" in Italian.
Dell'Anno is an Italian word that means: Of the year.
Ma means But in Italian
"So" is the word for "I know" in Italian.
The Italian word vivo translates into the English word alive. The Italian word vivo also has the translation into the English word living or to live.
Buongiorno is the Italian word for "good day" or "good morning."
What is the song lyric 'Pensami tanto tanto e intensamente con il corpo e con la mente come se io fossi lì' when translated from Italian to English?
Pensami tanto, tanto, e intensamente, con il corpo e con la mente, come se io fossi lì! in Italian is "Think about me, so long, so much, and (so very) intensely, with your body and your mind, like I was there!" in English.
"I love you, I love you so much, my love!" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase Ti amo, ti amo tanto, mi amore! The pronunciation will be "tee A-mo tee A-mo TAN-to mee a-MO-rey" in Italian.
Ti amo tanto amore mio
The word lo in the Italian language translates into English as the word the. The word lo in Spanish translates as it.
Tanto para como is not a sentence in Spanish, just a collection of three Spanish words. Tanto - so much, a lot Para - depends on context -- most probably "for" -- form of the word parar - "stops" or "stands" Cómo - (Accent/tilde over the first O) How Como - Like (as in "John look like Jim" Not "John like Jim") Como - form of the word Comer - "I Eat"
"I'm so in love with him!" in English Lo amo così tanto! in Italian.
It is FRENCH, not Italian. It means FISH.
pasta in Italian is called string
tanto que means " so much that" tome tanto que me siento mal/ I drank so much that i dont feel good.