What country has the greeting 'Felice Natale'?

Italy is the country where the greeting Felice Natale! may be heard. The English equivalent of "Merry Christmas!" sounds like "fey-LEE-tchey na-TA-ley" in Pisan Italian and literally translates as "Happy Nativity!" in English. It also may be heard in San Marino, Switzerland and Vatican City and i...

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What is 'Trick or treat' when translated from English to Italian?

"Dolcetto o Scherzetto". This is the actual translation for Trick or Treat in Italy. It literally means: "Dolcetto" as a sweet, a candy, so that's the Treat. "Scherzetto" as a joke, so that's the Trick.

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What is 'Happy Halloween' when translated from English to Italian?

"Happy Halloween!" in English is Buon Halloween! or Felice Halloween! in Italian. The scary holiday tends to retain its English loan name status to differentiate it from the religious, same-date observance of "All Hallows Eve" (Vigilia d'Ognisanti). The respective pronunciations will be "BWO-nal-...

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