Su avvocato!


New Member
On page 93 of diego de silva's novel "voglio guardare", a girl is talking to a lawyer on the phone and she says
" Su avvocato, non faccia cosi"

I have never seen su used like this before.
What does su mean here, maybe "come on lawyer"? Can you give similar examples where su is used in this way
  • giovannino

    Senior Member
    You guessed right. It means “come on”. It’s in the WR dictionary.
    Another example: “Su, sbrigati. Siamo in ritardo”= come on, hurry up. We’re late.