English translation: Graduated with a degree in business and economics.
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06:26 Oct 20, 2001
Italian to English translations [Non-PRO]
Italian term or phrase:laureata in economia e commercio
Graduated with a degree in business and economics.
Explanation: If this is prose, I'd translate; if it is a credential of some sort, I'd leave it be.
athena22 United States Local time: 16:30 Native speaker of: English PRO pts in pair: 4
1 hr confidence:
"master's in business and economics"
Explanation: "Economics and commerce" appears to be used more in British English and "business and economics" is more the American usage, so it depends which you prefer. The "laurea" is a degree between the bachelor's and the master's, but most US universities accept it as a master's degree.