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English translation of 'mento'



masculine noun

  1. chin
    doppio mento double chin

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intransitive verb

  1. mentire (a qn su qc) to lie (to sb about sth)
    mente he's lying
    non saper mentire to be a poor liar
    mentire spudoratamente to lie through o in one's teeth

'mento' in Other Languages

British English: chin /tʃɪn/ NOUN
Your chin is the part of your face below your mouth and above your neck.
  • American English: chin
  • Arabic: ذَقْن
  • Brazilian Portuguese: queixo
  • Chinese: 下颚
  • Croatian: brada
  • Czech: brada
  • Danish: hage
  • Dutch: kin
  • European Spanish: barbilla
  • Finnish: leuka kasvojen alin osa
  • French: menton
  • German: Kinn
  • Greek: πηγούνι
  • Italian: mento
  • Japanese: あご
  • Korean:
  • Norwegian: hake
  • Polish: broda część ciała
  • European Portuguese: queixo
  • Romanian: bărbie
  • Russian: подбородок
  • Spanish: barbilla
  • Swedish: haka
  • Thai: คาง
  • Turkish: çene
  • Ukrainian: підборіддя
  • Vietnamese: cằm


Translation of mento from the Collins Italian to English
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