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Italian translation: grazie

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English term or phrase:thank you
Italian translation:grazie
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10:47 Aug 8, 2001
English to Italian translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: thank you
thank you very much
alex
grazie mille!!
Explanation:
Thank you very much = grazie mille :)

Hope it helps,Flavio
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flaviofbg
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Summary of answers provided
na"Ti ringrazio" (I thank you) to a friend
Francesco D'Alessandro
naGrazie / grazie mille / grazie di cuore
flaviofbg
nagrazie mille!!
flaviofbg


  

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1 min
grazie mille!!


Explanation:
Thank you very much = grazie mille :)

Hope it helps,Flavio


    Native
flaviofbg
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2 mins
Grazie / grazie mille / grazie di cuore


Explanation:
Of course you can just say "grazie", which is the plain "thanks". "Grazie di cuore" (thanks by heart, literally) is a bit old fashioned but lovely if what are you thanking for is important for you :)

Best wishes, Flavio


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flaviofbg
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22 mins
"Ti ringrazio" (I thank you) to a friend


Explanation:
or "La ringrazio" (with a capital "L") to someone you are not very familiar with; in fact, the English "you" in Italian splits into "tu" (you say this to friends or family members) and "Lei" (capital L) with which you address someone you are less familiar with.

Of course Fabio's suggestions are all perfectly correct.

Francesco D'Alessandro
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