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Italian - English (British) translations for "grazie"

"grazie" Italian translation





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Meaning: Thank you

Grazie per il regalo.

Thank you for the gift.

Meaning: Thanks

Grazie mille per l'aiuto.

Thanks a lot for the help.

Meaning: Gratefulness

Sono pieno di grazie per la tua gentilezza.

I am filled with gratitude for your kindness.

Meaning: Grace

La ballerina danzava con grazia sul palco.

The dancer gracefully danced on stage.


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Grazie per l'aiuto!

Thanks for the help!

Grazie mille per il regalo!

Thanks a lot for the gift!

Grazie di cuore per la gentilezza.

Thank you from the bottom of my heart for your kindness.

Ti ho già ringraziato, ma voglio dirti grazie ancora una volta.

I already thanked you, but I want to say thank you once again.

Mi hanno detto che hai fatto un ottimo lavoro. Grazie per aver dato il massimo!

I heard that you did a great job. Thank you for giving your best!

Ho sempre apprezzato il tuo supporto. Ti ringrazierò sempre per quello che hai fatto.

I have always appreciated your support. I will always thank you for what you have done.

Sono grato per tutto ciò che hai fatto per me. Non so come potrò mai ricambiare.

I am grateful for everything you have done for me. I don't know how I can ever repay you.

Non posso fare altro che ringraziarti per la tua generosità.

I can only thank you for your generosity.

Vorrei esprimere la mia gratitudine a tutti coloro che mi hanno sostenuto durante questo periodo difficile.

I would like to express my gratitude to all those who supported me during this difficult period.

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The word "grazie" is an Italian interjection that translates to "thank you" in English. It is a polite way to express gratitude or appreciation towards someone for their actions, help, or kindness.

In Italian culture, saying "grazie" is considered an important social norm and is commonly used in various situations such as receiving a gift, being served at a restaurant, or when someone does a favor for you.

It is also worth noting that the word "grazie" has different forms depending on the context and level of formality. For example, "grazie mille" means "thank you very much," while "ti ringrazio" is a more formal way to say "I thank you."

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