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Mi scappa la pip


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12:59 May 14, 2001
Italian to English translations [Non-PRO]
Italian term or phrase: Mi scappa la pip
chris Hogan

Summary of answers provided
na +1I have to go to the looxxxm4msk
nami scappa la pipimontims
naI have to pee
CLS Lexi-tech



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I have to pee

There is an i with accent missing from pipi'.

There was a famous children song some years back with the same title.


paola l m

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mi scappa la pipi

Yes - I've got to pee
or I'm bursting!
But it's not just for children - adults say it too, quite casually, to mean "I have to go to the bathroom".
Depends on the context.

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13 days peer agreement (net): +1
I have to go to the loo

I would agree with the other suggestions - with the reservation that in context, the above phrase is used rather than a literal word-for-word translation.

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PRO pts in pair: 4

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