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How do you say 'a lot' in Italian?

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Nellie Mariano

You wouldn't say alot in Italian. Alot is not a word. It means a lot (a large amount). Many in Italian is "molti." Much is Molto.


Dollie Dinges

A lot in Italian is molto. Keep texting

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