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"comune" Italian translation

Translation

common

Definition

Comune is an Italian noun that refers to a municipality or local government unit in Italy.

Part of speech

noun

Gender

masculine

Translations

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Meaning: municipality

Il comune di Roma ha deciso di aumentare le tasse.

The municipality of Rome has decided to increase taxes.

Meaning: common

La lingua italiana deriva dal latino comune.

The Italian language derives from the common Latin.

Meaning: ordinary

Non è un libro speciale, è solo un romanzo comune.

It's not a special book, it's just an ordinary novel.


Examples

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A1: Il comune organizza la festa di Natale.

The municipality organizes the Christmas party.

A1: Il comune ha aperto un nuovo parco giochi.

The municipality has opened a new playground.

A1: Il comune offre servizi per anziani e disabili.

The municipality offers services for elderly and disabled people.

B1: Il comune sta lavorando alla riqualificazione del centro storico.

The municipality is working on the redevelopment of the historical center.

B1: Nel comune si sono verificati alcuni casi di coronavirus.

In the municipality, there have been some cases of coronavirus.

B1: Il sindaco del comune ha inaugurato una nuova biblioteca.

The mayor of the municipality has inaugurated a new library.

C1: Il comune ha adottato politiche innovative per la tutela dell'ambiente.

The municipality has adopted innovative policies for environmental protection.

C1: La gestione dei rifiuti nel comune è stata oggetto di dibattito politico.

Waste management in the municipality has been the subject of political debate.

C1: Il comune ha istituito un fondo per sostenere le attività culturali.

The municipality has established a fund to support cultural activities.


Advanced Description

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In Italy, the comune is the basic administrative division of the country. It is similar to a municipality or a local government unit. Each comune has its own government and is responsible for providing public services to its residents such as waste management, education, and healthcare.

There are over 7,900 comuni (plural form of comune) in Italy, each with varying sizes and populations. The smallest comune has only one resident while the largest has over 1.3 million residents. The size and population of a comune determine the number of elected officials who govern it.

The comune system in Italy dates back to the Middle Ages when city-states were formed. Over time, these city-states merged into larger territories and eventually became part of modern-day Italy. Today, the comune remains an important aspect of Italian governance and plays a crucial role in providing essential services to its citizens.

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