What is the English translation of the Italian 'In bocca al lupo'?

"In the wolf's mouth" is an English equivalent of In bocca al lupo, which is the first of a two-part traditional way of expressing luck among Italian language speakers.

Specifically, the preposition in means "in." The feminine noun bocca means "mouth." The word al combines the preposition a with the masculine singular definite article il to mean "at the, in the." The masculine noun lupo means "wolf."

The pronunciation is "een BOHK-kahl LOO-poh."
"In the wolf's mouth" is an English equivalent of In bocca al lupo, which is the first of a two-part traditional way of expressing luck among Italian language speakers.

Specifically, the preposition in means "in." The feminine noun bocca means "mouth." The word al combines the preposition a with the masculine singular definite article il to mean "at the, in the." The masculine noun lupo means "wolf."

The pronunciation is "een BOHK-kahl LOO-poh."