How do you say grazie mille?

How do you say grazie mille?

Grazie Mille, pronounced Graht-see-eh Meel-leh, literally means a thousand thank yous or thanks a lot. Grazie Tante, pronounced Graht-see-eh Tan-teh, means thank you very much.

How do you respond to molto grazie?

The response to grazie that you’re most likely to use or hear is prego (you’re welcome), or you could say di niente (not at all). For greater emphasis you can use s’immagini or si figuri in the formal form, and figurati informally (don’t mention it).

What is De nada in Italian?

You’re welcome. De nada. Di niente. De nada.

How to say thank you in Italian in English?

Translation of “thank you” in Italian. grazie ringraziare ringrazio ringraziamento Thank you grato ti ringrazi. ti ringraziano. Other translations. Suggestions. thank you for +10k. thank you very much 3565. thank you so much. 2067.

How to say thank you in different languages?

How to express your thanks in numerous different languages, and how to reply when someone thanks you. In some cultures, particularly English-speaking ones, people tend to say thank you more than in other cultures. In China, for example, people rarely say thank you to their family and close friends.

How to translate Thank you and You’re Welcome?

Key to abbreviations: (v)inf = (very) informal, (v)frm = (very) formal, sg = said to one person, pl = said to more than one person. Click on any of the phrases that are links to hear them spoken. If you can provide recordings, corrections or additional translations, please contact me .

What does Grazie di tutto mean in Italian?

Grazie di tutto expresses “thanks for everything,” and it can encompass several good deeds, from a native speaker who gives you thorough directions to the Vatican alongside recommendations the best gelato in town or a hotel concierge who pulls some strings to get you front row tickets and a dinner reservation.

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