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Italian translation: grana

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12:32 Apr 21, 2001
French to Italian translations [Non-PRO]
Art/Literary
French term or phrase: du blé
J'ai poussé la porte devant elle. Ah, ma frime dans la glace où l'on pouvait lire à l'envers Victoire! Cet air blasé de qui a toujours eu du blé.
Pierre
Italian translation:grana
Explanation:
Questa atmosfera aristocratica di ha sempre avuto della grana.


Esiste in italiano la stessa espressione.
Un tempo era ricco chi aveva il granaio pieno e poteba così mangiare tutto l'inverno.

il grano = cereale
la grana = soldi

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nagrana
anusca
nadu blé
Michèle THIN


  

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du blé


Explanation:
blé:parola di argot, equivalente di fric, pognon, oseile, pèze, flouze etc... cioè i soldi, la moneta, il denaro...

non so se ti serve altro...

Michèle THIN
Italy
Local time: 08:12

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grana


Explanation:
Questa atmosfera aristocratica di ha sempre avuto della grana.


Esiste in italiano la stessa espressione.
Un tempo era ricco chi aveva il granaio pieno e poteba così mangiare tutto l'inverno.

il grano = cereale
la grana = soldi

slt
anusca


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anusca
Italy
Local time: 08:12
Native speaker of: Italian
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