What is 'beautiful girl mad at you' when translated from English to Italian?
Bella ragazza arrabbiata con te is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "beautiful girl mad at you."
Specifically, the feminine adjective bella is "beautiful." The feminine noun ragazza means "girl." The feminine adjective/past participle arrabbiata means "angered, angry, mad." The dependent preposition con means "with." The object pronoun te translates as "(informal singular) you."
The pronunciation will be "BEL-la ra-GAT-tsa-rab-BYA-ta kon tey" in Italian.
"Hello, beautiful girl!" and "Hi, beautiful girl!" are English equivalents of the Italian phase Ciao, bella ragazza! The greeting with feminine singular adjective and noun also translate into English as "Bye, beautiful girl!" and "Goodbye, beautiful girl!" according to context. The pronunciation will be "tchow BEL-la ra-GAT-tsa" in Italian.