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Dictionary Italian English: I'm at a loss for words

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La mia insegnante ha smesso di piacermi, da quando ha incominciato a urlarmi senza motivoI've gone off my teacher ever since she shouted at me for no reason
Sono straniera qua.I'm a stranger here. [female]
Sono straniero qua.I'm a stranger here. [male]
Non sono di qui.I'm a stranger here.
Unverified vivo qui da un annoI've been living here for a year
a tutti i costi {adv.}at all costs
Mi vuole lasciare detto qualcosa per lui / lei ?Can I take a message for him / her?
Mi dispiace, non ho capito.I'm sorry, I didn't catch that.
Mi dispiace, non ho capito.I'm sorry, I didn't get that.
disgraziatamente {adv}I'm afraid
purtroppo {adv}I'm afraid
mi dispiace {adv}I'm afraid
Sto scherzando.I'm just kidding.
Sto arrivando!I'm on my way!
per esempio {adv}for instance <f.i.>
Ho molto da fare.I'm very busy.
parole {f.pl}words
Cosa posso fare per lei?What can I do for you?
con altre parolein other words <IOW>
a che scopowhat for
cit. film Adoro i piani ben riusciti.I love it when a plan comes together. [Hannibal Smith, The A-Team]
Unverified te lo do perché tu lo leggaI'm giving it to you so you can read it
fin. perdita {f} fiscaletax loss
rimanere a cenato stay for dinner
Unverified fare per vivereto do for a living
a {prep}at
fare una domanda di vistoto apply for a visa
essere pronto a ogni evenienzato be ready for any eventuality
a casa {adv}at home
a mezzanotte {adv}at midnight
a mezzogiorno {adv}at midday
Unverified a piacere {adv}at will
a volte {adv}at times
dare la colpa a qn. per qc.to blame sb. for sth.
F film I 4 del Texas4 for Texas [Robert Aldrich]
Unverified dietro a {prep}at the back of
mirare a qc.to aim at sth.
a che oraat what time
Unverified come nienteat the drop of a hat
a prima vista {adv}at first sight
Unverified come se niente fosseat the drop of a hat
Dove vuoi andar a parare?What are you driving at? [fig.]
Abito a...I live in ...
cosm. tagliarsi i capellito get a haircut
chim. astato {m} <At>astatine <At>
F lett. Unverified Quando ero bambino [Erich Kästner]When I was a little Boy [Erich Kästner]
chim. iodio {m} <I>iodine <I>
quoziente {m} d'intelligenza <Q.I.>intelligence quotient <I.Q.>
eccetto {prep}except (for)
per {prep}for
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