The singular sicura and the plural sicure in the feminine and the singular sicuro and the plural sicuri in the masculine are Italian equivalents of the English word "safe." The choice depends upon the gender and number of "safe" events, objects, and people. The respective pronunciation will be "see-KOO-ra" and "see-KOO-rey" in the feminine and "see-KOO-ro" and "see-KOO-ree" in the masculine in Italian.
"Safe trip" and "(Have a) safe trip!" are just two English equivalents of the Italian phrase viaggio sicuro.
Specifically, the masculine noun viaggio means "journey, trip, voyage." The masculine adjective sicuro translates as "safe, secure." The pronunciation will be "VYAD-djo see-KOO-ro" in Italian.
Sicurezza is an Italian equivalent of the English word "safety."
Specifically, the Italian word is a feminine singular noun. It may be preceded by the feminine singular definite article la("the"). The pronunciation will be "SEE-koo-RET-tsa" in Italian.
"Safe trip" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase viaggio sicuro.
Specifically, the masculine noun viaggio means "voyage." The masculine adjective sicuro means "certain, safe, secure, steady." The pronunciation is "vyahdj-DJOH see-KOO-roh."
"A peaceful and safe holiday" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase una vacanza tranquilla e sicura.
Specifically, the feminine indefinite article una means "a, one." The feminine noun vacanza means "holiday, vacation." The feminine adjective tranquilla means "calm, peaceful, tranquil." The conjunction e means "and." The feminine adjective sicura means "safe."
The pronunciation is "OO-nah vah-KAHN-tsah trahn-KWEEL-lah eh see-KOO-rah."
Viaggiare sicuri in Italian is "to travel safe" in English.
"Have a safe journey!" in English is Buon viaggio ("Have a good journey") in Italian.
Buon viaggio! (bwon vyadj-joe)
"Are you safe?" in English is Sei salvo? in Italian.
When translated from English to Italian a raccoon is a procione
"About" in English is circa in Italian.
"Or" in English is o in Italian.
"Out" in English is fuori in Italian.
"Not italian" in English is non italiano in Italian.
Buon viaggio sicuro! is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "Have a safe and good trip!" The masculine singular phrase also translates as "nice, safe trip" in English. The pronunciation will be "bwon VYAD-djo see-KOO-ro" in Italian.
"To have" in English means avere in Italian.
Addio, ti auguro un viaggio sicuro!
"How is he?" in English is Come sta? in Italian.
"Who we are" in English is Chi siamo in Italian.
"About me!" in English is Su di me! in Italian.