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Italian - English (British) translations for "estate"

"estate" Italian translation





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Meaning: summer

Mi piace andare al mare in estate.

I like going to the beach in the summer.

Meaning: estate

Mio padre possiede una grande tenuta di campagna.

My father owns a large country estate.

Meaning: state

Lo stato italiano è membro dell'Unione Europea.

The Italian state is a member of the European Union.

Meaning: property

Abbiamo ereditato un'importante proprietà da nostro nonno.

We inherited an important property from our grandfather.


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A1: Oggi è una bella estate.

Today is a beautiful summer.

A1: Mi piace andare al mare d'estate.

I like going to the beach in the summer.

A1: L'estate scorsa ho viaggiato molto.

Last summer I traveled a lot.

B1: Quest'anno passerò l'estate in montagna.

This year I will spend the summer in the mountains.

B1: Durante l'estate, i giorni si allungano e le temperature aumentano.

During the summer, the days get longer and temperatures increase.

B2: Quando ero giovane, trascorrevo le estati nella casa dei miei nonni.

When I was young, I used to spend summers at my grandparents' house.

C1: Spero che l'estate prossima avremo la possibilità di viaggiare di nuovo.

I hope that next summer we will have the opportunity to travel again.

C1: L'estate rappresenta per molti il momento ideale per rilassarsi e ricaricare le energie.

Summer represents for many the ideal time to relax and recharge their energy.

C2: Non vedo l'ora di godermi un cocktail sulla spiaggia durante le calde serate estive.

I can't wait to enjoy a cocktail on the beach during the warm summer evenings.

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The noun 'estate' in Italian refers to a property or piece of land, typically with a large house or building on it. It can also refer to the total value of someone's possessions, including their property, money, and investments.

In Italy, estates are often associated with grand villas or country houses that have been passed down through generations. These properties are often surrounded by beautiful gardens and offer a sense of luxury and tranquility.

Additionally, 'estate' can also be used in a legal context to refer to the process of settling the affairs of a deceased person, including distributing their assets and resolving any outstanding debts.

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