What is 'Lo so Va bene Grazie lo stesso' when translated from Italian to English?

"I know. It's o.k. Thanks anyway!" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase Lo so. Va bene. Grazie lo stesso! The three phrases translate literally as "I know it. It's going fine. Thank you (all) the same!" in English. The pronunciation will be "lo so va BEH-ney GRA-tsyey lo STES-so" in Pisan Italian.

"I know. It's o.k. Thank anyway" is one English equivalent of the Italian phrase Lo so. Va bene. Grazie lo stesso.

Specifically, the masculine pronoun lo is "it" here. The present indicative verb so means "(I) am knowing, do know, know." The present indicative verb va means literally "(he/it/she) does go, goes, is going." The adverb bene means "fine, good, well." The interjection grazie means "thank you, thanks." The masculine singular definite article lo means "the." The masculine adjective/pronoun stesso translates literally as "same."

The pronunciation will be "lo so va BEH-ney GRA-tsyey lo STES-so" in Italian.