i wanna know if his can be translated

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economicssux
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i wanna know if his can be translated

Post by economicssux »

you know how people say oh yeah thats cool. i wanna know how do italians say its cool or do they use some other word for it. they wouldn't say fresco for sure.
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keithatengagedthinking
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Re: i wanna know if his can be translated

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economicssux wrote:you know how people say oh yeah thats cool. i wanna know how do italians say its cool or do they use some other word for it. they wouldn't say fresco for sure.
"Fico" can mean "cool" -- I have heard that before.
"Figo" can also mean "cool" too

Depends where in Italy you are.
Ten
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:D

Penso che la parola "fiko!" o "figo!" la si usi un po' in tutta l'Italia!:)
Cris
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Ciao!

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Puoi dire "che culo!" Lo so, "culo" significa anche un'altra cosa, ma e anche una forma italianizata del inglese "cool". Quando ero' in Italia tutti dicevano cosi e prima io credevo fosse una parolaccia :)
Drago_NIS
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Re: Ciao!

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Cris wrote:Puoi dire "che culo!" Lo so, "culo" significa anche un'altra cosa, ma e anche una forma italianizata del inglese "cool". Quando ero' in Italia tutti dicevano cosi e prima io credevo fosse una parolaccia :)
Ciao Cris!
Sorry, ma credo che tu abbia frainteso : "Che culo" (culo E' una parolaccia!) significa "Che fortuna!".

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