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bicchiere is the Italian word for glass, so I assume 1 cup.
Latte is an Italian word. Do you mean what is latte in English? 'Latte' is the Italian word for 'milk'. In spoken English 'latte' is sometimes used as an abbreviation of the hot drink 'caffe latte' which must be given its full title in Italian unless you want just a glass of milk.
The Italian word for no is no.
There is no English word for cheers in Italian. Italian only uses the Italian word for cheers.
The Word for Hunter in Italian is a Cacciatore. The Word for Hunter in Italian is a Cacciatore.
"A glass of red wine" in English means un bicchiere di vino rosso in Italian.
The Italian word Vino represents the word wine in the English language. The word is a masculine singular noun. It is an Italian word used in the Italian language.
In English, the word 'Italian' can be an adjective or a noun depending on its use. In the sentence 'She is Italian' and 'this is an Italian car' the word 'Italian' is an adjective. In the sentences 'Here come the Italians' and 'Is he an Italian' the word 'Italian' is a noun.
possessive form of the word glass: glass'
In Italian the word for musician is Musicista
The italian word for tomato is Pomodoro