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English translation of 'anche'

anche

(ˈanke)

conjunction

  1. (pure) also, too
    e va anche a Roma and he's going to Rome too, and he's also going to Rome
    parla inglese e anche italiano he speaks English and Italian too o as well
    vengo anch'io! I'm coming too!
    sono stanchissimo! - anch'io! I'm really tired! - me too!
    gli ho parlato ieri — anch'io I spoke to him yesterday — so did I
    anche oggi non potrò venire I won't be able to come today either
    potrebbe anche cambiare idea, ma... he may change his mind, but ...
    avresti anche potuto avvertirmi you could have let me know
  2. (perfino) even
    lo saprebbe fare anche un bambino even a child could do it
    anche se (ipotesi) even if (nonostante) although
    anche se dovesse piovere even if it rained
    me lo ricordo anche se avevo solo sei anni I remember it, although I was only six
    anche volendo, non finiremmo in tempo however much we wanted to, we wouldn't finish in time

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anca

(ˈanka)
che

feminine noun

    1. (di persona) hip
    2. (di animale) haunch

'anche' in Other Languages

British English: also /ˈɔːlsəʊ/ ADVERB
You use also to give more information about something.
I'm cold, and I'm also hungry.
  • American English: also
  • Arabic: أَيْضاً
  • Brazilian Portuguese: também
  • Chinese:
  • Croatian: također
  • Czech: také
  • Danish: også
  • Dutch: ook
  • European Spanish: también
  • Finnish: myös
  • French: aussi
  • German: auch
  • Greek: επίσης
  • Italian: anche
  • Japanese: ・・・も
  • Korean: 또한
  • Norwegian: også
  • Polish: również
  • European Portuguese: também
  • Romanian: de asemenea
  • Russian: также
  • Latin American Spanish: también
  • Swedish: också
  • Thai: เช่นกัน
  • Turkish: ayrıca o da
  • Ukrainian: також
  • Vietnamese: cũng
British English: too /tuː/ ADVERB
also Too means also.
Can I come too?
  • American English: too
  • Arabic: أَيْضاً
  • Brazilian Portuguese: também
  • Chinese:
  • Croatian: također
  • Czech: také
  • Danish: også
  • Dutch: ook
  • European Spanish: también
  • Finnish: myös
  • French: aussi
  • German: zu
  • Greek: επίσης
  • Italian: anche
  • Japanese: また おなじく
  • Korean: ...도 또한
  • Norwegian: altfor
  • Polish: również
  • European Portuguese: também
  • Romanian: și
  • Russian: также
  • Latin American Spanish: también
  • Swedish: också
  • Thai: อีกด้วย
  • Turkish: de, da kıyaslama
  • Ukrainian: також
  • Vietnamese: cũng

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Translation of anche from the Collins Italian to English
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