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Italian - English (British) translations for "improvviso"

"improvviso" Italian translation





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Meaning: sudden

È successo un improvviso temporale durante la passeggiata.

There was a sudden thunderstorm during the walk.

Meaning: unexpected

La sua improvvisa partenza ci ha lasciati sorpresi.

His unexpected departure left us surprised.

Meaning: improvised

Abbiamo organizzato una cena improvvisa con gli amici.

We organized an improvised dinner with friends.


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A1: Ho avuto un improvviso mal di testa.

A1: I had a sudden headache.

A1: C'è stato un improvviso temporale.

A1: There was a sudden thunderstorm.

A1: La sua risposta è stata improvvisa.

A1: His answer was sudden.

B1: Sono uscito di casa quando ha iniziato a piovere improvvisamente.

B1: I left the house when it suddenly started raining.

B1: L'improvviso arrivo degli ospiti mi ha preso alla sprovvista.

B1: The sudden arrival of guests caught me off guard.

B1: Ha avuto un improvviso cambiamento d'umore.

B1: He had a sudden change of mood.

C1: L'improvvisa notizia della sua morte ci ha sconvolti profondamente.

C1: The sudden news of his death deeply shocked us.

C1: Il suo improvviso successo lo ha portato alla ribalta internazionale.

C1: His sudden success brought him to international fame.

C1: L'improvvisa scoperta di una cura per la malattia ha dato speranza ai pazienti.

C1: The sudden discovery of a cure for the disease gave hope to the patients.

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The Italian adjective "improvviso" translates to "sudden" or "unexpected" in English. It is derived from the verb "improvvisare", which means "to improvise".

When used to describe something, "improvviso" indicates that it happens without warning or preparation. It can refer to a wide range of situations, such as an unplanned event, an impromptu decision, or an unforeseen change.

In everyday conversation, Italians may use "improvviso" to express surprise or disbelief about something that has happened unexpectedly.

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