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05:44 Oct 2, 2000
Italian to German translations [PRO]
Italian term or phrase: bacione
some of term greetings, maybe
Rainer Friedl
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Summary of answers provided
naRiesenkußFrancesco Cucinotta
naSchmatz; heftiger Kussxxxbluewhale
nadicker Kuß
Michael Scheidler


  

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10 mins
dicker Kuß


Explanation:
bacio = Kuß
Quelle:
I dizionari Sansoni


    I dizionari Sansoni
Michael Scheidler
Local time: 19:20
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman
PRO pts in pair: 45

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1 hr
Schmatz; heftiger Kuss


Explanation:
like the first proposal according to "I Dizionari Sansoni"

"Bacione" is a stronger form of "bacio" (Kuss).

Greetings and good luck!

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9 hrs
Riesenkuß


Explanation:
Steht manchmal am Ende von Briefen, kann aber auch bei einer Verabschiedung gesagt werden.
Im Deutschen verwendet man oft "Bussis" dafür, obgleich im Italienischen in etwa gemeint ist "Ich drücke dir einen Riesenkuß auf die Backe".



Francesco Cucinotta
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