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18:16 Apr 24, 2001
Italian to English translations [Non-PRO]
Italian term or phrase:350.000
it is money!i need it translated in to english please
Explanation: Hi, Mindi...sorry, but this is a bit unclear. Is this an amount in Italian lire or in American dollars, or else is it Italian lire that you need converted from lire to dollars, and then to know how to write and say it in English? If it's to stay the way it is, in English the decimal would be substituted by a comma, so that it would read: 350,000 --and this would be said as Three Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars. If this is 350,000 (tre cento cinquanta mila) lire, according to a conversion site I just visited, as of today this would be approximately equivalent to US$161.25, which would be said as: One Hundred Sixty-One Dollars and Twenty-Five Cents.
350,000.00 (three hundred and fifty thousand lire)
Explanation: Or: US$350,000.00 (three hundred and fifty thousand dollars)
1. The application (please use the enclosed application form) and the entrance fee of Lit. 50.000 (fifty thousand lire) must be sent to the following address by Saturday 12th June 1999:
Hope it can help you.