Apparently the Italian expression is like the English one: http://www.wordreference.com/enit/second%20hand
why not secondo mano?
"Mano" is one of those feminine nouns that ends with 'o' = La mano
I should have remembered "la ci darem la mano"
Yes me too
Excuse me, please can you explain what does your sentence mean?
Maybe a little history lesson helps remembering:
In Spanish, a lot of words that end in -a and are masculine have Arabic origins. Does anyone know if there's a pattern/ reason to Italian words ending in-o despite being feminine?
Wondering why this is in a lesson on medical terms?
I guess you can hear information second hand.
In the UK used means second hand and should be marked correct!!
What is the meaning of that something like "my, your, somebodies second hand" or " from second hand" like second hand shop.
I've heard second hand to mean used: not new
Would seconda mano also apply for second hand/used things?