"Goodbye, my sweet!" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase Addio, mio dolce! The greeting, masculine singular possessive, and feminine/masculine singular adjective/noun/pronoun may reference a farewell to a sweet person or thing. The pronunciation will be "ad-DEE-o MEE-o DOL-tchey" in Italian.
"I love you, my sweet!" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase Ti amo, dolce mio! The second person informal singular personal pronoun, present indicative in the second person informal singular, feminine/masculine singular adjective, and masculine singular possessive model a difference between English and Italian whereby the second-mentioned language need not include subject pronouns -- other than for emphasis -- whenever context and verb endings make clear the speaker. The pronunciation will be "tee A-mo DOL-tchey MEE-o" in Italian.
"Hello, my love" and "Bye, my love" may be English equivalents of the Italian phrase Ciao, mio amore.
Specifically, the greeting ciao may be translated as "hello" or "goodbye" depending upon the context. The masculine possessive adjective mio means "my." The masculine noun amore means "love."
The pronunciation will be "tchow* MEE-oh ah-MOH-rey" in Italian.
*The pronunciation is similar to that of the English noun "chow."
Addio, mio dolce amore! in Italian means "Farewell, my sweet love!" in English.
Mio dolce amor in Italian means "My sweet love" in English.
Addio in Italian means "Goodbye" when you believe you will never see that person again in English.
"Sweetheart" in English is dolce in Italian.
dolce principessa italiana
"Sweet toothpaste" in English is dentifricio dolce in Italian.
"Sweet man" in English means uomo dolce in Italian.
"Sweet little girl!" in English is Dolce bambina! in Italian.
"Gentle" is an English equivalent of the Italian musical term dolce. The pronunciation of the feminine/masculine singular adjective will be "DOL-tchey" in Italian.
"My sweet" is a literal English equivalent of the Italian phrase mia dolce. The pronunciation of the feminine singular possessive and pronoun will be "MEE-a DOl-tchey" in Italian.
"Slow (and) sweet moving" is an English equivalent of the Italian masculine singular musical phrase Andante dolce. The pronunciation will be "an-DAN-tey DOL-tchey" in Italian.
"Candy bear" in English is orsetto di dolce in Italian.
"Sweet life" in English means la dolce vita ("the sweet life") in Italian.