What Chi S’è Visto S’è Visto Means in Italian
Chi s’è visto s’è visto is a common Italian idiomatic expression used to cut a conversation or to show indifference towards something.
It could be translated as ” and that was that” or “end of story“, which also works well to understand it.
Let’s see some examples!
|Se non vuoi venire al cinema vado da sola e chi s’è visto s’è visto!||If you don’t want to come to the cinema I will go alone, end of story!|
|Non so se preferisce il ristorante italiano o giapponese, quindi ho prenotato un tavolo dall’italiano e chi s’è visto s’è visto.||I don’t know if she prefers an Italian or Japanese restaurant, so I reserved a table at the Italian and that was that.|
|Non so se andare in vacanza una o due settimane…vado due settimane e chi s’è visto s’è visto!||I don’t know if I want to go on holiday for one or two weeks…I will go for two weeks and that is that!|
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