What is 'sweetie' when translated from English to Italian?
"Sweetie" in English is dolcezza in Italian.
Ciao, amore! and Ciao, dolcezza! are Italian equivalents of the English phrase "Hello, sweetie!" The exclamatory statements respectively translate literally as "Hello, love!" and "Hi, sweetness!" in English. The respective pronunciations will be "tchow a-MO-rey" and "tchow dol-TCHET-tsa" in Italian.
Buon giorno, dolcina! in the feminine and Buon giorno, dolcino! in the masculine are Italian equivalents of the English phrase "Good morning, sweetie!" Context makes clear which option suits. The respective pronunciations will be "bwon DJOR-no dol-TCHEE-na" in the feminine and "bwon DJOR-no dol-TCHEE-no" in the masculine in Italian.
"Bye, dear! See you later!" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase Ciao, Caro! Ci vediamo piÃ¹ tardi! The parting greeting -- addressed to a male -- also may be translated literally into English as "Bye, dear (beloved, darling, sweetheart, sweetie)! We are going to see each later!" The pronunciation will be "tchow KA-ro TCHEE vey-DYA-mo pyoo TAR-dee" in Italian.