"Rasp" as a noun and "He (it, one, she) scratches," "(You) scratch!" or "You scrape" as a verb are English equivalents of the Italian word raspa. The feminine singular noun translates not only as the big-toothed, sparser file-like rasp but also as the braking between poles in cross-country skiing. The pronunciation will be "RA-spa" in Pisan Italian.
English term for the tagalog word raspa: scrape
When translated from English to Italian a raccoon is a procione
"Or" in English is o in Italian.
"Out" in English is fuori in Italian.
"What is...?" in English is Cos'è...? in Italian.
"About" in English is circa in Italian.
"No!" in English means No! in Italian.
"Not italian" in English is non italiano in Italian.
"To have" in English means avere in Italian.
"How is he?" in English is Come sta? in Italian.
"I will be there!" in English is Ci sarò! in Italian.
"Who we are" in English is Chi siamo in Italian.