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13:03 Aug 23, 2000
Italian to English translations [Non-PRO]
Italian term or phrase: studenie
Not sure about meaning. May mean idiot or stupid. I wrote it phonetically. Not sure of spelling
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naIt might be "studious"
Luis Luis
naStudentAle9000


  

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3 hrs
Student


Explanation:
...couldn't be "studente"? It means "student", "pupil". Certainly it has no bad meanings...

Was it something similar to "Stupido", "Stupidino"? The first term is the same of stupid, the second means "fool", "silly"



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17 hrs
It might be "studious"


Explanation:
Someone who studies (and knows) a lot.




Regards.

Luis M. Luis

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Native speaker of: Native in PortuguesePortuguese
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