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legge

English translation of legge

law

The word 'legge' in Italian is used to refer to a law, a rule, or a regulation. It is a noun and can be used in both singular and plural forms, with 'leggi' being the plural form. It is often used in legal contexts and can refer to a specific law or a body of laws.


Example sentences using: legge

Mia madre legge il giornale ogni mattina.

English translation of Mia madre legge il giornale ogni mattina.

My mother reads the newspaper every morning.

In this sentence, 'legge' is used as a verb in the third person singular form present tense. The Italian verb 'leggere' means 'to read' in English and 'legge' is its he/she form in the present tense.

La legge della gravità è universale.

English translation of La legge della gravità è universale.

The law of gravity is universal.

In this example, 'legge' is used as a noun and it means 'law' in English. It is often used in legal or scientific contexts, like in this case within the law of physics known as the 'law of gravity'.

Senza legge, non c'è ordine.

English translation of Senza legge, non c'è ordine.

Without law, there is no order.

In this sentence, 'legge' is also used as a noun. The sentence exemplifies a classic principle of politics or societal organization, where law is necessary to maintain order and ensure fair governance.

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