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Italian - English (British) translations for "mio"

"mio" Italian translation




Mio is an Italian adjective that means 'my' in English. It is used to indicate possession or ownership of something by the speaker.

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Meaning: my

Ho dimenticato il mio libro a casa.

I forgot my book at home.

Meaning: mine

Questo è il mio computer, non toccarlo.

This is my computer, don't touch it.

Meaning: beloved

La mia mamma è la persona più importante nella mia vita.

My mom is the most important person in my life.

Meaning: dear

Mio padre mi ha sempre sostenuto nei momenti difficili.

My father has always supported me in difficult times.

Meaning: darling

Buon compleanno, mio amore!

Happy birthday, my love!


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A1: Questo è il mio libro preferito.

This is my favorite book.

A1: Ho perso il mio portafoglio.

I lost my wallet.

A1: La mia famiglia è molto grande.

My family is very big.

B1: Il mio amico ha comprato una macchina nuova.

My friend bought a new car.

B1: Mia madre mi ha chiamato ieri sera.

My mother called me last night.

B1: I miei genitori sono andati in vacanza.

My parents went on vacation.

C1: Mio padre lavora come avvocato da vent'anni.

My father has been working as a lawyer for twenty years.

C1: La mia migliore amica si è sposata l'anno scorso.

My best friend got married last year.

C1: Ho trovato il mio posto nel mondo.

I found my place in the world.

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The word mio is a possessive adjective in Italian, which means it is used to show ownership or possession of something. For example, if someone says 'il mio libro', it means 'my book'.

Mio is also used to indicate relationships between people and things. For instance, if someone says 'la mia famiglia', it means 'my family'. This shows that the speaker has a personal connection with the family they are referring to.

In Italian, the form of mio changes depending on the gender and number of the noun it modifies. For example, 'il mio gatto' means 'my cat', while 'la mia casa' means 'my house'. Similarly, 'i miei amici' means 'my friends' (when referring to a group of male or mixed-gender friends), while 'le mie amiche' means 'my friends' (when referring to a group of female friends).

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