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Ciao! as a greeting and saluto as a noun are Italian equivalents of the French word salut. The greetings and the noun translates from French and Italian into English respectively as "Bye (Goodbye, Hello, Hi)" and "salute" according to context. The respective pronunciations will be "tchow" and sa-LOO-to" in Italian and "sa-lyoo" in French.

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Salute is an Italian equivalent of the Spanish word salud. The feminine singular noun translates most frequently into English as "health." The respective pronunciations will be "sa-LOO-tey" in Italian and "sa-looth" in Spanish.

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"Warm greetings" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase cari saluti. The masculine plural adjective and noun translate literally into English as "dear (beloved, darling) greetings." The pronunciation will be "KA-ree sa-LOO-tee" in Italian.

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"A greeting" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase un saluto.

Specifically, the masculine indefinite article un means "a, one." The masculine noun saluto means "greeting, salutation." The pronunciation is "oon sah-LOO-toh."

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Saluti in Italian means "Greetings" in English.

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Saluti a tutto! in Italian means "Greetings to everyone!" in English.

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ti saluto

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