What is 'nark' in Italian?
Informatore is an Italian equivalent of 'nark' in the sense of an 'informer'. It's pronounced 'een-fohr-mah-TOH-ray'. The word in Italian is a masculine gender noun whose definite article is 'il' ['the'] and whose indefinite 'uno' ['a, one']. The feminine equivalent is 'informatrice', which is pronounced 'een-fohr-mah-TREE-chay'.
Chaiwat Nark-iam was born on 1978-07-18.
a nark is a slang word for 'informer' especially to the police. Or generally to inform against someone
The cast of Yah Nark - 2004 includes: Patharawarin Timkul
A police informer.
It's a sketchy nark.
Naff, Naoi, Naps, Narry, Nags, Nark, Name, Nana, Napa, Nard, Navy, Nail, Nape, Nark, Nays
The past tense is narked.
Yes but you don't want to be a nark.
nark - a police informer
ZAID binTHABIT and ZAID BIN HARITH WAS THE HALL NARK OF PROPHET (P.B.U.H)
In British slang to act as a police informer, also someone who complains irritatingly. In Australia to annoy or upset or nag
Because he was tired of dealing with nanako the nark face
the themes in the poem Ana are Childhood experiences, Parental expectations and dreams versus reality
I counted 3.. Star,story,moan,nark,rate,test,rest,mate, easy,year and wank lol
No. He was Italian. No. He was Italian. No. He was Italian. No. He was Italian. No. He was Italian. No. He was Italian. No. He was Italian. No. He was Italian. No. He was Italian. No. He was Italian. No. He was Italian.
The cast of Gulf City - 1993 includes: Patrick Fullerton as Beach nark Barbrette Roth as (1993) Andrew Shue as Jack Craig
They share the belief of Nirwana (Freedom). They believe in the Life-cycle. Man goes on taking birth till he is free from his sins and attains Nirwana or goes to Nark-hell.
Some words that rhyme with marck: Arc Ark Bark Clark Dark Disembark Embark Hark Lark Mark Matriarch Narc Nark Park Patriarch Remark Shark Spark Stark
"Italian" in English is italiano in Italian.
"Italian" in English is italiano in Italian.
No, Olschewski would not be an Italian name.
In English, the word 'Italian' can be an adjective or a noun depending on its use. In the sentence 'She is Italian' and 'this is an Italian car' the word 'Italian' is an adjective. In the sentences 'Here come the Italians' and 'Is he an Italian' the word 'Italian' is a noun.
Italian marita(italian)=Italian marries(english)
A person from Italian Switzerland is a ticinese in Italian.
Italian clothing such as Italian shirts, Italian shoes, Italian jackets, and prized Italian denim.
"Not italian" in English is non italiano in Italian.
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The phrase 'Italiano cazzo' is an Italian equivalent of 'Italian pride'.
Their all part Italian. Mikey-Italian&Portorican Vinny-^^^ (same)^^^^ Madison- Is Italian(part) Nick- Full Italian Louis- Italian(part) Thomas- Italian(part)
An Italian is a person who was born in Italy or has Italian heritage.
yes Lamborghini is Italian and was created by a Italian
The cast of La trincea - 1961 includes: Sergio Ammirata as Italian Soldier Sergio Bargone as Italian Officer Vittorio Battarra as Italian Officer Romano Bernardi as Italian Soldier Roberto Bertea as Italian Officer Giancarlo Bonuglia as Italian Officer Michele Borelli as Italian Officer Lando Buzzanca as Italian Soldier Vittorio Congia as Narrator Vittorio Corte as Austrian Soldier Riccardo Cucciolla as Narrator Amos Davoli as Italian Officer Aldo De Mattia as Italian Officer Marcello Di Martire… Read More
"Provincial Italian" in English is italiano provinciale in Italian.
The Italian language or Someone or something from or in Italy is what's meant by 'Italian'.
"How is your Italian?" in English is Com'è il tuo Italiano? in Italian.
"Can you speak Italian?" in English is Parla italiano? in Italian.
"Italian restaurant" in English is ristorante italiano in Italian.
"Italian queen" in English is regina Italiana in Italian.
"Italian conversation" in English is conversazione italiana in Italian.
If the noun is masculine, "Italian" in Italian is 'italiano.' If the noun is feminine, it's "italiana."
"Italian ambiance" in English is atmosfera italiana in Italian.
"I am not Italian!" in English is Io non sono italiano! in Italian.
"Italian cinema" is a literal English equivalent of the Italian phrase cinema italiano. the masculine singular phrase also translates into English as "Italian cinematography," "Italian film," "Italian film-making," "Italian motion picture industry," "Italian movie," "Italian movie theater" according to context. The pronunciation will be "TCHEE-ney-ma EE-ta-LYA-no" in Italian.
The Romans called the Italian peninsula, Italia. The Romans called the Italian peninsula, Italia. The Romans called the Italian peninsula, Italia. The Romans called the Italian peninsula, Italia. The Romans called the Italian peninsula, Italia. The Romans called the Italian peninsula, Italia. The Romans called the Italian peninsula, Italia. The Romans called the Italian peninsula, Italia. The Romans called the Italian peninsula, Italia.
Yes it is Italian, you may have think that it was French but no it is Italian
Italian lira or Italian lire for plural
Italian nation (not race) , Italian language.
1) itaalia keel - Italian language 2) itaallane - an Italian person
"Italian style" in English means stile italiano in Italian.