Italian Word of the Day:


The sea in Italian translates as mare, which should be easy to remember as it closely resembles the English word marine.

The meaning of today's Italian word

It derives from the Latin mare of the same spelling.

Origin of the Italian word of the day

When you see the expression al mare, the speaker is referring to the seaside as a whole rather than just the sea itself.

The meaning of today's Italian word

Example sentence:

Non farei un bagno nel mare quando è mosso.

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I wouldn’t go swimming in the sea when it’s rough.


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