"I have a dress."
Translation:Io ho un vestito.
Hey, is "dress" "abito" or "vestito"? Also, why does the plural of "vestito" (vestiti) mean "clothes"?
Vestito. And I don't think there is a reason for vestiti meaning clothes, it's like in german;kleid-dress, kleider-clothes.
In italian we have more words to say the same thing how can be dress=vestito, abito (girl); suit=vestito, completo, abito (boy); clothes=vestiti, abbigliamento. So in italian with the word "vestiti" we can can intend divergent things
Uno is used before masculine nouns beginning in 's' followed by another consonant or masculine nouns beginning in 'z'
Good question XDDDD it must be traditional latin, because it's masculine in Portuguese too.