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"Fat Girl" in English means ragazza grassa in Italian.

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What is 'grasso' when translated from Italian to English?

Grasso in Italian means "fat" in English.


What is 'grassi' when translated from Italian to English?

Grassi in Italian means "fat" in English.


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What is 'cicci' when translated from English to Italian to English?

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What is 'Eat eat grow fat' when translated from English to Italian?

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What is 'il grasso' when translated from Italian to English?

"Blubber," "fat person," and "grease" are English equivalents of the Italian phrase il grasso.Specifically, the masculine singular definite article ilmeans "the" (which may or may not be translated in English, depending upon context). The masculine noun grassotranslates as "fat, blubber," "grease," or "fat person." The pronunciation will be "eel GRAS-so" in Italian.


What is 'grasso di anatra' when translated from Italian to English?

"Duck fat" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase grasso di anatra. The masculine singular noun, preposition, and feminine singular noun translate literally to English as "fat of (a) duck." The pronunciation will be "GRAS-so dee a-NA-tra" in Italian.


What is 'ugly face' when translated from English to Italian?

Brutta faccia is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "ugly face." The feminine singular adjective and noun also translate as "homely face" in English. The pronunciation will be "BROOT-ta FAT-tcha" in Italian.


What is 'made' when translated from English to Italian?

The singular fatta and the plural fatte in the feminine and the singular fatto and the plural fattiin the masculine are Italian equivalents of the English word "made." The choice depends upon the gender and number of what is being "done" or "made." The respective pronunciations will be "FAT-ta" and "FAT-tey" in the feminine and "FAT-to" and "FAT-tee" in the masculine in Italian.


What is 'I eat breakfast' when translated from English to Italian?

Faccio colazione is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "I eat breakfast." The declaration translates literally as "I do (make) breakfast." The pronunciation will be "FAT-tcho KO-la-TSYO-ney" in Italian.


What is 'I do my best' when translated from English to Italian?

Faccio del mio meglio! is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "I do my best!" The exclamation also translates as "I make my best!" in English. The pronunciation will be "FAT-tcho del MEE-o MEH-lyo" in Pisan Italian.

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