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Italian - English translations for "avanti"

"avanti" Italian translation





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Meaning: forward

Vai avanti e non ti fermare.

Go forward and don't stop.

Meaning: ahead

Il negozio si trova due isolati avanti.

The store is two blocks ahead.

Meaning: in front

Siediti avanti per avere una migliore visuale.

Sit in front to have a better view.

Meaning: before

Devi finire il lavoro entro domani, avanti!

You need to finish the work by tomorrow, come on!

Meaning: furthermore

Mi piace molto cucinare, avanti sono anche bravo a preparare dolci.

I really like cooking, furthermore I'm also good at making desserts.


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A1: Vai avanti e prendi il pane.

A1: Go ahead and get the bread.

A1: Siediti avanti, vicino alla finestra.

A1: Sit up front, near the window.

A1: Continua a studiare avanti fino a quando non ti senti sicuro.

A1: Keep studying forward until you feel confident.

B1: Ho letto il libro fino a metà e poi ho continuato avanti.

B1: I read half of the book and then I continued further.

B1: Dobbiamo andare avanti con il progetto se vogliamo finirlo in tempo.

B1: We need to move forward with the project if we want to finish it on time.

B2: Non riesco ad andare avanti senza il tuo supporto.

B2: I can't go on without your support.

B2: Abbiamo discusso del problema e abbiamo trovato una soluzione che ci permette di andare avanti.

B2: We discussed the problem and found a solution that allows us to move forward.

C1: Dopo aver superato le difficoltà iniziali, siamo riusciti ad andare avanti con il progetto.

C1: After overcoming the initial difficulties, we managed to move forward with the project.

C1: Non posso fare altro che andare avanti e affrontare le sfide che si presentano.

C1: I can only move forward and face the challenges that arise.

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The Italian adverb 'avanti' means 'forward' in English. It is commonly used to indicate movement or direction towards the front.

In everyday conversation, 'avanti' can be used to encourage someone to move forward or continue with a task. For example, if someone is hesitating, you might say 'avanti!' to urge them to take action.

Additionally, 'avanti' can also be used figuratively to mean progress or advancement. It can be used in contexts such as business, education, or personal development.

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