What are you up to?


New Member
Italy Italian
Hello everyone, I would like to know what's the italian meaning of "What are you up to?" Thanks bye bye ;)
  • BoTrojan

    Senior Member
    USA, English
    Depends on a couple of things and we'd really need more context. My initial, gut reading of the sentence would yield something like the following in Italian ...

    "Cosa dici, allora?"

    That would be based on an interpretation of your sentence as in: "So, what's new," or "So, what's going on?" or "So, what's happening?"