English translation: Say hi to (greet) the crew (gang...)
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08:32 Sep 18, 2007
Italian to English translations [PRO] Tech/Engineering - Telecom(munications) / mobile text
Italian term or phrase:salutame tutta la storta
This phrase also appears later as "tutta la sorta". it's in the context of text on mobile phone. I'm baffled! any ideas?
Ikinda think this is the correct meaning. I had though it must mean gang but couldn't find that translation in any of my references. the "author" of the sms is not Italian mother tongue & I figured salutame was just incorrect spelling. 4 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer
xxxvicenza1 Local time: 12:02 Works in field Native speaker of: English, Italian PRO pts in category: 4
Ikinda think this is the correct meaning. I had though it must mean gang but couldn't find that translation in any of my references. the "author" of the sms is not Italian mother tongue & I figured salutame was just incorrect spelling.
57 mins confidence: peer agreement (net): +2
say hallo to everybody in La Storta (suburb of Rome)
Explanation: of course, "salutame" is a dialectal form of "salutami" - (say hallo for me) - used in many parts of center and south Italy; and there is a suburb of Rome called "La Storta" (on the via Cassia, some 2 km outside the "Raccordo Anulare, for those who know the place - quite near my home, in fact)