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il primo premio assoluto

English translation: outright first prize (winner)

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Italian term or phrase:il primo premio assoluto
English translation:outright first prize (winner)
Entered by: Jasmina
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17:42 Jun 10, 2001
Italian to English translations [Non-PRO]
Art/Literary
Italian term or phrase: il primo premio assoluto
Music
Jasmina
United Kingdom
Local time: 23:48
outright first prize (winner)
Explanation:
In English I use "outright" for "assoluto".
For instance "... Lincolnshire Trust has been judged outright winner of 1998 Lincolnshire Environmental
Awards."
www.lincstrust.co.uk/news/1998/winner.html
Also in Italian "primo premio" can mean the winner (like when we say "Premio Oscar, Kevin Costner" - in English it would be "Oscar winner Kevin Costner".
Angela

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Angela Arnone
Local time: 00:48
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Summary of answers provided
naNon c'e' molto contestoxxxriver
naoutright first prize (winner)
Angela Arnone
natop prize (in all categories)
CLS Lexi-tech


  

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43 mins
top prize (in all categories)


Explanation:
I take assoluto to mean here as indicated above. If it is clear from the context, however, you could decide to drop it.

saluti

paola l m


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8 hrs
outright first prize (winner)


Explanation:
In English I use "outright" for "assoluto".
For instance "... Lincolnshire Trust has been judged outright winner of 1998 Lincolnshire Environmental
Awards."
www.lincstrust.co.uk/news/1998/winner.html
Also in Italian "primo premio" can mean the winner (like when we say "Premio Oscar, Kevin Costner" - in English it would be "Oscar winner Kevin Costner".
Angela



Angela Arnone
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15 hrs
Non c'e' molto contesto


Explanation:
ma se siamo nella musica classica,di solito i concorsi hanno un nome.Per esempio "Concorso Paganini"In questo caso sarebbe Paganini Competition first prize winner.Ma senza contesto e' un po' difficile.Ciao Lina

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