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colloquio

English translation of colloquio

interview

The word 'colloquio' is used in Italian to refer to an interview, similar to its usage in English. It can refer to a job interview, a press interview, or any other type of formal conversation where information is being exchanged or questions are being asked and answered.


Example sentences using: colloquio

Spero di ottenere il lavoro dopo il mio colloquio.

English translation of Spero di ottenere il lavoro dopo il mio colloquio.

I hope to get the job after my interview.

In this sentence, 'colloquio' is used in the context of a job interview. 'Spero di ottenere il lavoro dopo il mio colloquio' translates to 'I hope to get the job after my interview', indicating the speaker's aspiration to secure a job post the said interview.

Il dottore ha detto che io necessito di un colloquio psicologico.

English translation of Il dottore ha detto che io necessito di un colloquio psicologico.

The doctor said that I need a psychological interview.

Here, 'colloquio' is used in the context of a psychological interview or assessment. The sentence 'Il dottore ha detto che io necessito di un colloquio psicologico' translates to 'The doctor said that I need a psychological interview', implying that the speaker has been advised by a doctor to undergo a psychological evaluation.

Il colloquio con l’avvocato mi ha fatto capire la gravità della situazione.

English translation of Il colloquio con l’avvocato mi ha fatto capire la gravità della situazione.

The conversation with the lawyer made me understand the seriousness of the situation.

In this example, 'colloquio' is used to mean a conversation or a discussion. 'Il colloquio con l’avvocato mi ha fatto capire la gravità della situazione' translates to 'The conversation with the lawyer made me understand the seriousness of the situation', suggesting that the speaker has gained an understanding of a serious situation following a discussion with a lawyer.

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