Italian idiomatic expression

What Ride Bene Chi Ride Ultimo Means In Italian

“Ride bene chi ride ultimo” is an Italian idiom that everyone should know! The nice idiomatic expression “ride bene chi ride ultimo” is often used by Italians, can you guess the meaning? As usual, idioms are very intriguing for the hidden meaning that we need to discover and translating is not the best way to […]

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What Ponerse Morado Means In Spanish

“Ponerse morado” is a funny Spanish idiom to learn, have you ever heard it? If you did, you might wonder what “ponerse morado” means as it’s not easy to catch its meaning. Idioms are a lovely way to describe situations and express ideas that otherwise would not sound the same. That’s why we love them! […]

Italian idiomatic expression

What Restare A Bocca Asciutta Means In Italian

What do Italians mean with “restare a bocca asciutta“? “Restare a bocca asciutta” is a nice Italian idiomatic expression that you can hear while you speak with Italian natives. The meaning is not straight forward, so you might need to work on it a little bit: as often happens, idioms might be unclear until you […]

Italian idiomatic expression

What Chi Dorme Non Piglia Pesci Means In Italian

Did anyone say to you “chi dorme non piglia pesci“? “Chi dorme non piglia pesci” is a super fun Italian idiom and it’s so popular that you might have already come across it…if you didn’t, you will! Everyone knows it and use it widely, so it’s important to know what it means and be able […]

Italian idiomatic expression

What Non Tutto Il Male Viene Per Nuocere Means In Italian

Do you know the Italian idiom “Non tutto il male viene per nuocere“? “Non tutto il male viene per nuocere” is a very common idiomatic expression, so it’s definitely worth learning it! As for other idioms, this one does exist in other languages, probably because it expresses a universal idea. For example, in English we […]

Italian idiomatic expression

What Quando Il Gatto Non C’è I Topi Ballano Means In Italian

“Quando il gatto non c’è, i topi ballano” is a lovely Italian idiom that we use a lot! The first time that you hear someone saying “Quando il gatto non c’è, i topi ballano“, you might be a bit confuse. This idiom is extremely common in Italy and sometimes people say only the first half because […]

Italian idiomatic expression

What Prendere Lucciole Per Lanterne Means In Italian

“Prendere lucciole per lanterne” is an Italian idiom that we love! If you came across the idiom “prendere lucciole per lanterne” you might have been confused about its meaning. Sometimes idioms are a bit hard to understand and it’s important to know their meaning instead of translating word by word. This is why at Happy […]

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What Verlo Todo De Color De Rosa Means In Spanish

“Verlo todo de color de rosa” is a new Spanish idiom to learn! Among hundreds idioms, “verlo todo de color de rosa” is a really nice one. As usual, at Happy Languages we pay a lot of attention to idiomatic expressions and we always try to introduce some of them in order to make students […]

Italian idiomatic expression

What Fare Il Passo Più Lungo Della Gamba Means In Italian

Do you know the Italian idiom “Fare il passo più lungo della gamba“? “Fare il passo più lungo della gamba” is a very common expression that you might have already heard when speaking with natives. But what’s its meaning and when shall we use it? Literally, it means “to take a step longer than one’s […]