What is 'cuisine' when translated from French to Italian?
Cuisine in French is cucina in Italian.
Traditional French cuisine is reputed to be a fat cuisine. This is of questionable truth, certainly not generally true for modern French cuisine, and certainly never was a unique aspect of French cuisine. Other aspects of French cuisine include its diversity, inventiveness, or the nation's passion with its cuisine, none of which is unique to French cuisine. Both, those attributes might be cited as characteristics of French cuisine. Any region's cuisine evolves with disregard of…
By continental cuisine I assume you mean European continental cuisine. British cuisine is a subset of this as are French, Italian, Belgian , German, Spanish. Each country in Europe contributes to a continental cuisine. However in Britain what is referred to as continental cuisine is often a British interpretation of French cuisine very often imperfectly rendered.