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arroccato

13:05 Jan 21, 2001
Italian to English translations [Non-PRO]
Italian term or phrase: arroccato
La borgata montana arrocata sulle pendici meridionali del monte ...
does clinging or stuck sound better to a native ear?
the pleasant mountain village of xx, clinging/stuck on the southern slopes of mount ...
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Summary of answers provided
naperched
CLS Lexi-tech
nahugging
Angela Arnone
naSet into the southern slopes.../ situated on ....
Jasmina


  

Answers


13 mins
Set into the southern slopes.../ situated on ....


Explanation:
The first gives more of an idea of 'arroccato', but the second sounds better


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Jasmina
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Local time: 14:44
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53 mins
hugging


Explanation:
Spesso uso "hugging" per non dire sempre "clinging", ma clinging va bene.
Stuck no! Mica ce l'hanno messo con l'attack.
Angela

Angela Arnone
Local time: 15:44
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14 hrs
perched


Explanation:
vado di corsa, ma in inglese si usa questo termine

Saluti

Paola L M


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Local time: 09:44
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