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Italian Slang

If you are looking for the latest Italian slang, you have come to the right place. Learn the Italian slang words and phrases with free audio flash cards and the Lingo Dingo!


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To be very smart. Avere sale in zucca.
How boring! Che barba!
To be up until the wee hours. Fare le ore piccole.
To speak without anyone listening. Parlare col muro.
What a sad and unhappy life! Che vita da cani!
To get really crazy. Bersi il cervello.
To be down. Essere giù di corda.
To be wrong about something. Prendere un granchio.
To be full of hot air. Essere gasato.
To be surprised and speechless. Restare di stucco.
To miss a very good occasion. Perdere il treno.
To be really angry. Avere un diavolo per capello.
More or less. A occhio e croce.
Without paying. A sbafo.
That was close! C’è mancato un pelo!
To fail. Fare fiasco.
To start all over again. Punto e accapo.
A source of never ending profit. Una gallina dalle uova d’oro.
To bite the bullet. Ingoiare il rospo.
To get nothing. Restare a bocca asciutta.

Learning Italian Slang

Hopefully learning this list of Italian slang has made you feel more comfortable on the streets. Your journey to learn Italian should include all types of words, Italian phrases, and verbs. The lists of free words in Italian will help you in many different situations. Those lists are categorized in alphabetical order and include topics like animals, appliances, and professions. There are also many groups of Italian verbs to help you say and do whatever it is that you do. Just remember that your journey to learn Italian online will require hard work but you can make it fun!

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