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debito

English translation of debito

debt

In Italian, the word 'debito' is used to refer to a debt or an obligation to pay or do something. It is a noun that is used in a similar way to the English word 'debt.' For example, 'Ho un debito con il mio amico' means 'I have a debt with my friend.' It is important to note that 'debito' can also be used to refer to a financial debt, such as a loan or a credit card balance.


Example sentences using: debito

Non ho nessun debito con la banca.

English translation of Non ho nessun debito con la banca.

I have no debt with the bank.

This sentence is used commonly to express that a person does not owe any money to the bank.

Il suo debito di gratitudine è immenso.

English translation of Il suo debito di gratitudine è immenso.

His debt of gratitude is immense.

This sentence is metaphorical, indicating a large amount of gratitude owed by one person to another.

Il debito nazionale è in aumento.

English translation of Il debito nazionale è in aumento.

The national debt is increasing.

This phrase is used in discussions of economics and politics to suggest that the country's debt is growing.

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