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 What do italians call a winter hat?

Answer In Italian, the phrase for winter hat is "cappello di inverno." 'Cappello' translates to hat in English, 'di' translates to of, and 'inverno' to winter. Therefore, "cappello di inverno" translates ... Read More »
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Do Italians call soccer football?

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What do you call a winter hat?

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What do Italians really eat?

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Do Italians drink tea?

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