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Nota d'uso
Il verbo to translate (“tradurre”) si costruisce con la preposizione into + lingua: Can you translate this into Italian? (non in Italian), puoi tradurlo in italiano?; The Bible is translated into thousands of languages, la Bibbia è tradotta in migliaia di lingue.

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