Translation of born in Italian:
- (person, animal)of da to do per fare with conto be born she was born in Bath, in 1976when the baby is bornè nata a Bath, nel 1976born a Catholic she was born into a Jewish familyquando il bambino sarà natoto be born deaf, blindè nata in una famiglia ebreathe children born to themessere sordo, cieco dalla nascitato be a born leaderi figli che hanno avuto o che avrannoa born liaressere un leader natoshe's a born loserun gran bugiardoI wish I'd never been born!è nata perdenteto be born out of one's timevorrei non essere mai nato!to be born (out) of something [figurative] (emotion, idea, group etc.)nascere nell'epoca sbagliataLondon-born, Irish-bornnascere da qualcosanato a Londra, in Irlanda, di origine londinese, irlandese
in all my born days
- [informal]in tutta la mia vita
I wasn't born yesterday
she hasn't got the sense she was born with
- [informal]le manca il buonsenso
there's one born every minute!
were you born in a barn? [informal]
- (in northern Italy)hai la coda?(in central and southern Italy)vivi al Colosseo?
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Grammar and usage help for Italian:
- Usage notes for Italian speakers translating into English 38: SEGNI DELLO ZODIACO
- Italian Grammar Notes for English speakers translating into Italian 10: HER
- Italian Grammar Notes for English speakers translating into Italian 11: HIS
- Italian Grammar Notes for English speakers translating into Italian 12: IN
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