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Social1 Greetings and other useful phrases
Don't mention it. Non c'è di che.
Good morning! Buongiorno!
Morning! Giorno!
Good afternoon! Buongiorno!/Buonasera!
Good evening. Buonasera.
Goodnight Buonanotte.
How are you doing? Come va?
How are things? Come vanno le cose?
What's up? Come va?
How do you do? Piacere!
Pleased to meet you. Lieto di fare la Sua conoscenza.
I'm very well, thank you. Sto molto bene, grazie.
Not bad, and you? Non c'è male, e tu?
See you later! Arrivederci!
See you soon. A presto.
See you in a while. Ci vediamo tra un po'.
Bye-bye Ciao.
Cheerio Ciao.
Take care. Stammi bene.
Hello there! Ehi, ciao!
Hi there! Ehi, ciao!
There you go! Prego!
My pleasure! Prego!
You're welcome. Prego.
That's fine. Va bene.
No problem. Non c'è problema.
No worries. Non preoccuparti.
Thank you! Grazie!
Thank you so much. Grazie infinite.
Thanks a lot! Grazie mille!
That's very kind of you. È molto gentile da parte vostra.
Cheers, mate! Grazie!
Excuse me! Mi scusi!
Pardon me! Scusi!
Sorry about that. Mi dispiace.
I'm very sorry. Sono desolata.
Happy Christmas! Buon Natale!
Happy New Year! Buon anno!
Happy Easter! Buona Pasqua!
Good luck! Buona fortuna!
Well done! Bravo!

English-Italian dictionary. 2013.

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