What is the plural for dress in italian? because vestiti is clothes, and why suit is translated as vestito also? I'm super confused.
"vestito" is a dress or garment, and "vestiti" is dresses or clothes: http://www.wordreference.com/iten/vestito http://www.wordreference.com/iten/vestiti
Thank you sr. I guess doing your own research is necessary, not just going with what duolingo gives you.
In my opinion the Italian translation for "suit" is "COMPLETO (da uomo)" or "TAILLEUR (da donna)"
thanks for the vocabulary
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Dress = Vestilo
Dresses = Verstiti
(i don't know why I got wrong.
better you once check in google)
Hope you got it
As I understand it, both "abito" and "vestito" can mean both "suit" and "dress". Is there any rule rule or custom as to when to use each if them?
Abiti is clothes and vestiti is also clothes. Is there a difference in meaning?
abito = vestito (pretty much)
l'abito = the suit/dress
il vestito = the dress
i vestiti = the clothes (physical)
l'abbigliamento = the clothing (category)
now, try saying l'abbigliamento rapidly.
I also have a suit !
Wait.. is "DRESS" and "SUIT" are the same?
Hope this may help you
I put dress because this is also what it means in Italian but was marked as incorrect. Not sure why
Very useful if you're a man...
I put dress and it was marked correct.
Shhhh! That was supposed to be a secret!
(sorry, it's 4am- brain weary humour)
So how do we say a clothe?
Oh, Ruchir don't lose heart, it is surprising what you can learn by just practicing and hearing the sentences as well as using these comment section for clarity.