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Rubino
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Amela wrote:I have seen carissima used also to indicate high cost. . .I did think it was an odd thing. . .
Rolly wrote:In "English" English the term "dear" is used to express costliness. "Carissima" I have heard used in a similar context, usually where the object described is of high value; not simply overpriced.
Grazie amici - Non l'ho mai sentito usare in questo modo. Ho imparato una cosa nuova, grazie.


Rubino ---ladro
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ladro>>>pantera rosa :D
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Peter Sellers
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Peter Sellers? Che!!


SPIKE MILLIGAN
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Peter wrote:Peter Sellers? Che!!
Peter Sellers was in the orginial film The Pink Panther (1963)


Spike Milligan

POETA
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Ah, sì, d'accordo!

Poeta > pietà
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Peter , Remember this is the word association game not word for word.

Pieta >>>Michelangelo
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[/quote]In "English" English the term "dear" is used to express costliness. "Carissima" I have heard used in a similar context, usually where the object described is of high value; not simply overpriced.

Si, Rolly, ho letto questa espressione nel libro dal'autore dall'Inghliterra.

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Michelangelo = Davide (anche il nome di mio marito!)
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Firenze
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Uffizi
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galleria d'arte
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Penso che sia 'galleria dell'arte'. Almeno la Galleria a Roma è chiamata Galleria dell'Arte Moderna d'Italia.

Ma, in ogni modo....


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