Almost always

Discussion in 'Italian-English' started by AustinAzzuri, Aug 2, 2010.

  1. AustinAzzuri Member

    USA and English
    Is "almost always" like "He almost always wins" translated as "quasi sempre"? And does the meaning translate in Italian?

    Grazie mille!
  2. giomasce

    giomasce Member

    Pisa, Italy
    I'd say the translation is correct: "quasi sempre" is used for things that doesn't happen only in really rare situations.
  3. AustinAzzuri Member

    USA and English
    Grazie mille. Was in Pisa in 2008 and it was beautiful. Also liked Lucca.
  4. Teerex51

    Teerex51 Senior Member

    Milan, Italy
    Italian, standard

    • S/He's almost always right = Ha quasi sempre ragione
    • This flight's almost always late = Questo volo è quasi sempre in ritardo

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