What is 'aria' when translated from Italian to French?
Aria is an Italian loan word in French. The pronunciation of the feminine singular noun -- which typically identifies the solo song by an opera's leading soprano or tenor -- will be "A-rya" in French in Italian.
If it is a first name, it is left unchanged in French, names are not translated. If it is the musical term, it is also the same as English, "aria", as it is Latin or Italian.
"Air" in English is aria in Italian.
"Holy aria" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase aria sacra. The feminine noun and adjective also translate into English as "sacred air (aria, tune)." Regardless of meaning or use, the pronunciation will be "A-rya SA-kra" in Italian.
Arrivederci is Italian for 'goodbye'. It is translated 'au revoir' in French.
in French, the sea is translated 'la mer'
aria is an italian word meaning melody, mainly used with opera songs performed by one person
Émilie in French is Emilia in Italian.
Nicole in French is Nicoletta in Italian.
"Cognac" is the same in French and in Italian.
Cuisine in French is cucina in Italian.
Mademoiselle in French means signorina in Italian.
Atelier in French is atelier, bottega or studio in Italian.
Felicia in Italian and Spanish is Félicie in French.
"Gabrielle" in English and French is Gabriella in Italian.
"Café" in English and French is caffè in Italian.
"Madrigal" in English is madrigal in French and madrigale in Italian.
E lucevan le stelle from the Tosca opera aria in Italian means "And the stars were shining" in English.
"French kiss" in English is bacio del francese in Italian.
Jean François in French means Giovanni Francesco in Italian.
Bonne Année! in French means Buon Anno! in Italian.
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Croquet in French is croquet in Italian.
Marianna is an Italian equivalent of the French name Marianne. The respective pronunciations will be "ma-RYAN-na" in Italian and "ma-ree-ann" in French.
C'est la vie! in French is È la vita! in Italian.
The feminine singular word la in French, Italian and Spanish is "the" in English.
"Rabbit" in English is conejo in Spanish, coniglio in Italian and lapin in French.
Bello is an Italian equivalent of the French word beau. Specifically, the French and Italian words are the masculine forms of an adjective. The word can be translated as "handsome" in English. The pronunciation will be "BEHL-loh" in Italian and "boh" in French.
The Italian word "fresco" is translated "fresque" (feminine noun) in French.
Not an Italian word. Means "dear" in French.
Vive! is a French equivalent of the Italian word Viva! The respective pronunciations of the interjection -- which translates literally as "(Long) live!" -- will be "veev" in French and "VEE-va" in Italian.
Belle is a French equivalent of the Italian word bella. The feminine singular adjective translates into English as "beautiful." The pronunciation will be "BEL-la" in Italian and "bel" in French.
"Bathroom" in English is (il) bagno in Italian and (la) salle de bains in French.
Bleu is a French equivalent of the Italian word blu. The respective pronunciations of the masculine singular adjective/noun -- which translates into English as "blue" -- will be "bluh" in French and "bloo" in Italian.
avent is avvento in Italian.
Bruno is a literal Italian equivalent of the French word brun. The respective pronunciations of the masculine singular adjective -- which translates into English as "brown" -- will be "BROO-no" in Italian and "breh" in French.
Deux is a French equivalent of the Italian word due. The respective pronunciations of the masculine plural number -- which translates into English as "two (2)" -- will be "duh" in French and "DOO-ey" in Italian.
Marie is the French equivalent of the Italian name Maria. The respective pronunciations of the feminine proper name -- which translates into English as "Mary" -- will be "ma-ree" in French and "ma-REE-a" in Italian.
Ma is a French equivalent of the Italian word mia. The feminine singular possessive adjective translates literally into English as "mine" or "my." The respective pronunciation will be "ma" in French and "MEE-a" in Italian.
Cavolo is an Italian equivalent of the French word chou. The respective pronunciations of the masculine singular noun -- which translates as "cabbage" (Brassica oleracea) -- will be "KA-vo-lo" in Italian and "shoo" in French.
Massaggiatore is an Italian equivalent of the French word masseur. The masculine singular noun translates as "massager" in English. The pronunciation will be "mas-SAD-dja-TO-rey" in Italian and "ma-suhr" in French.
The expression déjà vu would normally be said the same way in Italian - déjà vu - as it's an expression loaned from French. However, it would literally be translated as già visto
"He" and "the" are the respectively English equivalents of the French and Italian word il. The word therefore serves as a masculine singular subject pronoun (case 1) in French and a masculine singular definite article (example 2) in Italian. The pronunciation will be "eel" in French and Italian.
Vasaia is an Italian equivalent of the French word potière. The feminine singular noun translates into English as "female potter" or "potteress." The respective pronunciations will be "va-SEYE-a" in Italian and po-tyehr" in French.
Italian is the language of the aria LÃ ci darem la mano. Specifically, the aria is by the Austrian genius Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Janaury 27, 1756-December 5, 1791). The aria is found in the opera Don Giovanni (K. 527, 1787). The aria's title tends to be translated as "There, I'll give you my hand" in English.
Giachetta and Giacomina are Italian equivalents of the French name Jacqueline. The respective pronunciations will be "dja-KET-ta" and "DJA-ko-MEE-na" in French and "zha-leen" in French.
Amore is Italian for love. The french word "amour" means "love" in english.
"Flan" in English is flan for the dessert and tondello for the coin-making mold in Italian.
Pretty puppy is translated 'joli chiot' or 'joli petit chien' in French.