snatched away

Italian translation: strappato via

16:05 Nov 29, 2018
English to Italian translations [Non-PRO]
Art/Literary - Medical: Cardiology / operazione al cuore, macc
English term or phrase: snatched away
As a father,
I can only imagine the Gliddens’ agony. I can
see them racing across the flat Minnesota landscape that winter,
sick child in tow, the white dashes on the straight road ex-
tending like a zipper to the horizon. They were
still mourning
their daughter
and were
desperate to avoid another young death
in their family.
Their hearts were
full of fear—the
worst kind,
of love about to be snatched away—but
courage, too: the courage
to go first, to offer up their little
boy for a chance, however
small, at a normal life, and perhaps for the sake of science as
well.
budu
Local time: 08:30
Italian translation:strappato via
Explanation:
di amore che sta per essere strappato via

si potrebbe anche dire tolto, portato via, rubato

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Italy
Local time: 08:30
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strappato via


Explanation:
di amore che sta per essere strappato via

si potrebbe anche dire tolto, portato via, rubato



Edoardo Lorenzo Corda
Italy
Local time: 08:30
Native speaker of: Native in ItalianItalian

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