"Extremely beautiful," "Most beautiful," "Very beautiful" may be Italian equivalents of bellissima.
Specifically, the Italian word is a superlative adjective. It is formed by adding the suffix -issima to the root "bell-" of the feminine adjective bella. The adjective "bella" means "beautiful, handsome."
The pronunciation is "behl-LEES-see-mah."
Bellissima fosse! in Italian means "It was beautiful!" in English.
Bellissima ragazza! in Italian is "Very beautiful girl!" in English.
Bellissima in Italian means "very beautiful" (female or feminine thing) in English.
"Are you there, gorgeous?" in English is Ci sei, bellissima? in Italian.
"Wonderful day!" in English is Bellissima giornata! in Italian.
"Charlotte is beautiful!" in English is Carlotta è bellissima! in Italian.
"Sei una Donna bellissima" "Sei una Donna bellissima"
"Hello, you hot girl!" in English is Ciao, bellissima ragazza! in Italian.
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"Hello, gorgeous!" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase Ciao, bellissima! The greeting and feminine singular superlative translate literally into English as "Hi, beautifulest one!" or "Hi, most beautiful one!" The pronunciation will be "tchow bel-LEES-see-ma" in Italian.
"You're gorgeous!" is one English equivalent of the Italian phrase Sei bellissima!Specifically, the present indicative verb sei means "(informal singular you) are." The feminine superlative adjective bellissima translates as "extremely/most/super-/very beautiful, gorgeous." The pronunciation will be "seh-ee bel-LEES-see-ma" in Italian.
"Lots of kisses, gorgeous!" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase Tanti baci, bellissima! The phrase also translates as "Many kisses, beautifullest (one)!" in English. The pronunciation will be "TAN-tee BA-tchee bel-LEES-see-ma" in Pisan Italian.