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Can I check the sofa over? Posso controllare che il divano sia a posto?
Feel free. Faccia pure.
There's a tear in the material down the side. C'è uno strappo nel tessuto su un fianco.
You have a look for yourself. Guardi lei stesso.
There's a problem with the sofa. C'è un problema con il divano.
I'm certain that wasn't there when I saw it in the shop. Sono sicuro che non c'era quando l'ho visto al negozio.
I can't accept this. Non posso accettarlo.
I'm sorry but that's just not acceptable. Mi dispiace ma questo non è accettabile.
What are you going to do about it? Cosa pensa di fare al riguardo?
I'll have to see what the boss says. Devo sentire cosa dice il capo.
We're at Mrs Jones's house. Siamo a casa della signora Jones.
I'm sure we didn't tear the sofa delivering it. Sono sicuro che non abbiamo strappato il divano nel trasportarlo.
I'm terribly sorry about the damage to the sofa. Mi dispiace davvero per il danno al divano.
We could offer you a discount of £100 on the price. Potremmo offrirle uno sconto di £100 sul prezzo di vendita.
How long will it take to repair? Quanto ci vorrà a ripararlo?
You'll have your sofa back this time next week. Riavrà il divano tra una settimana esatta.
Please accept my apologies again. La prego di accettare di nuovo le mie scuse.

English-Italian dictionary. 2013.

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