What is 'book' in Italian?
Libro is an Italian equivalent of 'book'. It's a masculine gender noun that takes as its definite article 'il' ['the'] and as its indefinite article 'uno' ['a, one']. It's pronounced 'LEE-broh'.
Libro is an Italian equivalent of the English word "book." The pronunciation of the masculine singular noun -- which may be preceded by the masculine singular definite (il, "the") or indefinite (un, "a, an") articles -- will be "LEE-bro" in Italian.
The recipe book "Everyday Italian" is currently a featured cooking book at Barnes and Nobles. It is being offered as both a hard cover book and a downloadable book.
from an Italian chef or a good cook book
The book, Guida Dell'Insegnante, is no longer in print and has a limited availability. The book is written in Italian. The only website that has the book is and Italian site, Edi Ingua.
Il libro is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "the book." Italian uses definite articles where English does not employ "the" so it is possible that the masculine singular phrase also may be translated as "book" according to English contexts. The pronunciation will be "eel LEE-bro" in Pisan Italian.
Libro illustrato is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "picture book." The masculine singular noun and adjective translates literally into English as "illustrated book." The pronunciation will be "LEE-bro EEL-loo-STRA-to" in Italian.
David from The well known book"I Am David"by Anne Holm. David in my opinion is Italian because The author speaks through the book so she might of felt strongly of the character being Italian. He is not a Jew.
Libro is both the Spanish and the Italian word for book.
Yes Niccolo Machiavelli, author of the book entitled "The Prince" was an Italian
It wasnt,it was in latin
the Italian name is 2 milleno
he wrote the book, "the book of the courtier" to help spread Italian humanism.
Libro di storia is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "history book". Specifically, the masculine noun libro is "book". The preposition di means "of". The feminine noun storia translates as "history". The pronunciation will be "LEE-bro dee STO-rya" in Italian.
"A great book" and "one great book" are English equivalents of the Italian phrase un grande libro. The pronunciation of the masculine singular phrase will be "oon GRAN-dey LEE-bro" in Italian.
Il libro per contare is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "the number book." The above-mentioned masculine singular prepositional phrase may be rendered literally into English as "the book for counting." The pronunciation will be "eel LEE-bro per kon-TA-rey" in Italian.
There are books to help one translate into any language including Italian to English. These books can be purchased through your local book store or can be available for purchase online.
look in a cook book... :)
Libretto. Italian for "little book."
I know Italian, not exactly latin, but they are so similar,may be can I help you Book in Italian mean libbro and sin mean peccato, so could be Libbro del peccato
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the book of leprechauns
Italy's Christmas decorations are the Italian Nativity or the Italian Presepe and a Befana. A Befana is hard to find so most Italians use a book called the old Befana , and put the book on a table.
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Il Libro di Giobbe is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "The Book of Job". Specifically, the masculine singular definite article il is "the". The masculine noun libro means "book". The preposition di means "of". The masculine proper noun Giobbe translates as "Job". The pronunciation will be "eel LEE-bro dee DJOB-bey" in Italian.
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Libro di Sergio is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "Sergio's book." Specifically, the masculine noun libro means "book" and may be preceded by the definite article il ("the"). The preposition di means "of." The pronunciation is "LEE-broh dee SEHR-djyoh."
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libreria - biblioteca
U hope none.
Libretto is the Italian for "little book" and refers to the words of an opera.
Melinda's last name means mute in Italian!
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i think that it is fascism. according to my text book that is probably right :]
you had that work book page, didn't you? I came up with Italian.
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The book The Godfather was written by Italian American Mario Puzo (1920-1999).
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Il libro che hai ordinato Ã¨ arrivato.
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