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14:18 Nov 15, 2001
Italian to English translations [Non-PRO]
Italian term or phrase: curore
curore sportivo
alex walker

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4Another possibility = FURORE sportivo
3If it's "cuore sportivo"
Derek Smith

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If it's "cuore sportivo"

as Floriana suggests, -maybe- you're referring to the Alfa Romeo catchphrase. I notice that the automaker (sensibly) doesn't translate this at all. Literally it means "sports heart", or "race heart", suggesting that all Alfas (with the exception IMO of several models from the 80s and early 90s that were veritable wheebarrows) fave a thoroughbred race personality under their elegant outer shell...
Of course, all of this may be quite irrelevant!
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Another possibility = FURORE sportivo

Literally "sports furor" but I'd translate as "sports rage" (depending on the context, of course!).


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