What Non Ci Piove Means In Italian
Have you just come across “Non ci piove“, one of the most common Italian idioms?
It is a very nice expression and I reckon you heard it at least once!
The literal meaning of this idiom is “it doesn’t rain on it“, which is as to say “no doubts about it“: so we can use this expression when we are extremely confident about what we are saying and we have no doubts about that.
Also, it can be a way to cut short a conversation when we don’t think it is useful to take it further: our conclusion is the only one that makes sense!
Have a look at these nice examples!
|Roma è la città più bella del mondo, non ci piove!||Rome is the most beautiful city in the world, there is no doubt about it!|
|Massimo ha sbagliato, su questo non ci piove!||Massimo made a mistake, no doubts about it!|
|Questa è la pizza più buona che abbia mai mangiato, non ci piove!||This is the best pizza I have ever had, there’s no doubt about that!|
Do you know a similar idiom in your language?