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Molto a partire da poco, Molto da poco! and Molto in piccolo! are Italian equivalents of the incomplete Italian phrase "Much in little!" Birthplace and personal preference determine whether "Much starting from little!" (case 1), "Much from little!" (example 2) or "Much in little!" (instance 3) suits. The respective pronunciations will be "MOL-to a par-TEE-rey da PO-ko," "MOL-to da PO-ko" and "MOL-to een PEEK-ko-lo" in Pisan Italian.

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โˆ™ 2017-03-06 21:56:43

"Much in little!" in English is Molto in piccolo! in Italian.

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