Italian idiomatic expression

What Il Lupo Perde Il Pelo Ma Non Il Vizio Means In Italian

How many times have you heard “Il lupo perde il pelo ma non il vizio”? If you have Italian friends or family, you must have heard “Il lupo perde il pelo ma non il vizio” quite often! As many others popular idioms, this is a very common expression in the everyday language. Italians love using […]

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What Avere Le Braccine Corte Means In Italian

What do we mean with the Italian idiom “Avere le braccine corte”? This is a funny Italian idiom we do use a lot, but its meaning is not straightforward. As you know, idioms are a fascinating world to explore and help us express ourselves better. But, in order to use them right, we need to […]

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What Temblar Como Un Flan Means In Spanish

Which Spanish Idiom do you prefer? We bet there is a Spanish Idiom you love and use as much as possible! Spanish idiomatic expressions are always very meaningful and perfectly convey an idea which is difficult to express in a different way. Well…it is possible to try, but the result is never satisfying. Besides, if […]

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What Cogliere Le Mani Nel Sacco Means In Italian

How much do you love Italian Idioms? We do love Italian idioms, a lot. It is always nice to find out the cultural background they come from! At first it might be very complicated to understand their meaning as most of the time translating them word by word doesn’t help. However, once you get the […]

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What Estar Más Sano Que Una Pera Means in Spanish

How many Spanish idioms do you know? If you are curious about Spanish idioms and always looking for more, you must have come across the expression “Estar más sano que una pera“. Sometimes it is really interesting to find out that some idioms have equivalents in a number of other languages: even though the literal […]

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What Avere La Botte Piena e La Moglie Ubriaca Means In Italian

Do you want to learn a really funny Italian idiom? If you have never heard the Italian idiom “Avere la botte piena e la moglie ubriaca“, it’s definitely time to learn it! Italians love using these nice expressions and we are pretty sure you are quite fascinated by them: idioms reveal an important side of […]

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What Ponerse De Mala Leche Means In Spanish

Spanish idiomatic expressions are just amazing. It often happens to hear someone using these fantastic Spanish idiomatic expressions and think that it would be nice to know their meaning or the story behind. Also, we always think if there is an equivalent in our native language or in other languages that we can speak. If […]

Italian idiomatic expression

What does “Non avere peli sulla lingua” mean in Italian?

Have you heard of the idiom “Non avere peli sulla lingua” while learning Italian in London? Do you know what it means? The literal translation is: “Not to have hairs on your tongue”. If you’re just starting out in Italian, you may be very confused when hearing this phrase! What does it mean to have hairs […]

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What Tener Sangre Azul Means In Spanish

Have you just read the Spanish Idiom “Tener sangre azul”? If you came across this Spanish Idiom, it might be difficult to understand what it means. If you translate word by word, the result would be “to have blue blood“, which means “to be from a royal family, from the nobility“. In English we would […]

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What Sbarcare Il Lunario Means In Italian

Are you taking individual Italian classes in London and coming across lovely Italian idioms? Well, I bet your individual Italian classes in London are just amazing: going through the Italian language and culture exposes you to several expressions used in the everyday language. In Italy people love Idiomatic expressions: they summarize meanings that you can’t […]