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View Full Version: Italian Translations Some dirty, some not. I've been tinkering with some online translators, but I'm wary of translating entire sentences or want a fuck in Italy, since the grammar isn't always accurate.

My character speaks fluent Italian as a second language, but I don't. He needs to say the following: How "dirty" do you want the Italian to be?

There are obviously different levels I don't understand the first one, sorry, but the others I gave you the best equivalent I could think of You can say: Sei una troia stupenda, which means you want a fuck in Italy a wonderful whore.

Or you can say, Tu si che sai scopare, which means You really know how s fuck Scopare is a "bad" word. You could also use "gemere" instead of urlare, which would be more like "moan" of pleasure.

I think I'm in love with you would be Penso di essermi innamorato di te. In that case: Lo so che non dovrei, ma provo veramente qualcosa per te.

Ooh, those will work. Keep 'em coming, folks! D Also, "you have a nice rack" is an American way of saying "you have nice breasts".

Oh, OK. Want a fuck in Italy you can say: In the translation of I want to make you scream, I assume you mean in bed, in which case, unless it's clear from the context, I would add "of pleasure", as in Voglio farti urlare di piacere OR voglio farti gemere di piacere, because urlare typically has ufck "negative" connotation used for pain or anger.

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