What is 'nuts' in Italian?

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Frutta seca a guscio is an Italian equivalent of 'nuts'. In the word by word translation, the feminine gender noun 'frutta' means 'fruit'. The feminine adjective 'seca'means 'dry'. The preposition 'a' means 'to, with'. The masculine gender noun 'guscio' means shell'. The phrase is pronounced 'FROOT-tah SEHK-kah ah GOO-shoh'.

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