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does my head in

Italian translation: mi dà proprio fastidio

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English term or phrase:Does my head in
Italian translation:mi dà proprio fastidio
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07:38 Nov 19, 2000
English to Italian translations [PRO]
English term or phrase: does my head in
A:"She just gets drunk"
B: "I do not!"
A:"You are just a moan"
C: "So B going on about going out irritates you a bit. Perhaps she goes on about it."
A: "Does my head in"
C: "OK. so it can be annoying. And you don't like drinking too much... who buys her the drinks anyway? Does B buy her own?"

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grazie
xxxnronzini
Local time: 10:14
vedi sotto
Explanation:
There is no precise translation for this. \"DOes my head in\" is a colloquial term meaning \"drives me crazy\" or \"really annoys me\" so you could use something like \"Mi fa impazzire\"
Good luck
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fmatteoda
Spain
Local time: 11:14
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Ottimo, grazie va bene per il contesto
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1 hr
vedi sotto


Explanation:
There is no precise translation for this. \"DOes my head in\" is a colloquial term meaning \"drives me crazy\" or \"really annoys me\" so you could use something like \"Mi fa impazzire\"
Good luck

fmatteoda
Spain
Local time: 11:14
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 27
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Ottimo, grazie va bene per il contesto
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