permesso

English translation: (chiedere, prendere) un permesso

08:53 Aug 29, 2000
Italian to English translations [Non-PRO]
Italian term or phrase: permesso
how do you call the permit (or permission?!) you ask to your boss at work, when you nedd to take a few hours off for personal reasons?!
francesca
English translation:(chiedere, prendere) un permesso
Explanation:
To be on leave = essere in permesso
Ask for an hour, a day off
Chiedere un permesso= ask for leave, time off
Prendere un giorno di permesso = take a day off

Hopre that's enough!
Ciao, Maureen
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Maureen Young
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Local time: 17:06
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Summary of answers provided
naPermesso=ask for "time off" for a few hours
Lucia Morassutti
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giogi
na(chiedere, prendere) un permesso
Maureen Young


  

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37 mins
(chiedere, prendere) un permesso


Explanation:
To be on leave = essere in permesso
Ask for an hour, a day off
Chiedere un permesso= ask for leave, time off
Prendere un giorno di permesso = take a day off

Hopre that's enough!
Ciao, Maureen


    Source: Il Ragazzini, and, well, my bilingual daughter...
Maureen Young
Italy
Local time: 17:06
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 254
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Fast answer and very helpful....
GRAZIE!

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55 mins
see below


Explanation:
LEAVE.
avere un mese di permesso:to have a mounth's leave.
se il permesso è retribuito:leave with pay.
Hope this helps


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giogi
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5 hrs
Permesso=ask for "time off" for a few hours


Explanation:
If you're talking about longer time off work, the term is "leave of absence".

Lucia Morassutti
Italy
Local time: 17:06
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