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How do you say…

… ‘spianare la strada’ in inglese? to flat the road to pave the way to level the street La risposta corretta la trovi nell’articolo su Silicon Valley di questo mese.  

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… ‘a detta di tutti’ in inglese? to all accounts to all report to all according La risposta corretta la trovi nell’articolo sulla Short Story di questo mese.  

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… ‘conquistare il mondo’ in inglese? to get the world by storm to take the world by tempest to take the world by storm La risposta corretta la trovi nell’articolo sulla Korean Wave di questo mese.  

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… ‘decapitare’ in inglese? to headthrow to behead to headstand La risposta corretta la trovi nell’articolo sulla Tower of London di questo mese.  

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IDIOMS: NO MAGIC BULLET

IDIOMS: NO MAGIC BULLET

The expression ‘a magic bullet’ is used to refer to a substance or therapy capable of instantly and effectively destroying pathogens (a virus, bacteria or cancer cells), thus providing a side effect-free remedy for a disease or condition. The Nobel Prize-winning scientist Paul Ehrlich coined the term in 1906, using the German word ‘zauberkugel’ (magic […]

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… ‘essere in cima’ in inglese? to top to tip to tap La risposta corretta la trovi nell’articolo sulla Korean Wave di questo mese.  

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… ‘il/la migliore di tutti i tempi’ in inglese? B.E.S.T D.O.G G.O.A.T La risposta corretta la trovi nell’articolo su Conor McGregor…  

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… ‘essere in disaccordo’ in inglese? to be in disagree to be at odds to be odd La risposta corretta è la 2. Questa espressione la trovi nell’articolo sulla serie New Amsterdam del numero di dicembre di Speak Up.  

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IDIOMS: THE PROOF IS IN THE PUDDING

IDIOMS: THE PROOF IS IN THE PUDDING

The proof is in the pudding means that the real worth or effectiveness of something can only be determined by experiencing it. It is a shorter version of the proverb ‘the proof of the pudding is in the eating’, and was first recorded in the early 17th century but is probably much older. The use […]

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… ‘faccia impassibile’ in inglese? bridge face poker face rummy face La risposta corretta è la 2. Leggi l’articolo sulla canzone del mese in cui Tune Into English ci spiega Poker Face di Lady Gaga.  

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