whats up

Italian translation: see below

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06:29 Sep 16, 2000
English to Italian translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: whats up
whats up
Chris
Italian translation:see below
Explanation:
If the meaning is "what's happening", then the translation would be: "Che succede?" or "Che cosa succede?"
If the meaning is "what's wrong", then the translation would be: "Cos'è che non va?"
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Laura Gentili
Italy
Local time: 17:49
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Thankyou,laura G. I'm trying to learn Italianthanks again
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naChe cosa bella fai?
Nathalya
nache c'e'?
Giles Watson
nasee below
Laura Gentili


  

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28 mins
see below


Explanation:
If the meaning is "what's happening", then the translation would be: "Che succede?" or "Che cosa succede?"
If the meaning is "what's wrong", then the translation would be: "Cos'è che non va?"


    Dictionary of the Italian and English Languages, 2 voll., Sansoni
Laura Gentili
Italy
Local time: 17:49
Native speaker of: Native in ItalianItalian
PRO pts in pair: 5032
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Thankyou,laura G. I'm trying to learn Italianthanks again
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40 mins
che c'e'?


Explanation:
If it's a question (= "what is it?"), some commonly used phrases are "che c'e'?", "(che) cosa c'e'?" and "cos'hai?" (closer to "what's bothering you").

HTH

Giles

Giles Watson
Italy
Local time: 17:49
Native speaker of: English
PRO pts in pair: 20
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1 hr
Che cosa bella fai?


Explanation:

In the meaning of: "What are you doing?"

Nathalya
Belgium
Local time: 17:49
Native speaker of: Dutch
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