Discussion in 'Italian-English' started by agnes, Oct 14, 2005.
What does "beso" mean? a kiss?
I'm afraid this is Spanish. Anyway yes, a kiss!
hi Agnes, Elisa is right this is the spanish word for kiss, but I think you could have heard it in Italy. I often say to my son "dammi un beso".... Italians... strange people
Doesn't 'Beso' mean drunk in italian?
As far as I know, it does not. (it could be a dialectal idiom)
Perhaps you heard some like ubriaco perso... ?
Then drunk people are often took at their home di peso, but that's another story.
Vai a "FreeTranslation.com" e batti a macchina "Beso".
Assicura che e' Italiano -> Inglese.
to type (in IT) = digitare
Dylang, I'm afraid online translation tools are not reliable.
Please, have a look at some Italian Dictionaries, or Italian-English Dictionaries, and you'll find out that there is no such word a "beso" in Italian.
Where did the "free-tranlsation.com" guys get that beso/drunk thing, is mystery!
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