The main meaning of the Italian word “tutto” in English is “everything”. However, “tutto” is not a straightforward word because it can work as an adjective, a pronoun, or an adverb, and we also find it in fixed expressions.

Two Main Takeaways

  • When the word “tutto” functions as a noun the meaning is “all” and “whole”. When it functions as an adjective, its meaning is “everything”, “everyone”, and “everybody”.
  • When “tutto” works as an adverb it means “completely”.

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Links Mentioned and Other Resources

  • CLICK HERE to listen to episode #7: How to Use Nine Basic Linking Words.
  • CLICK HERE to listen to episode #17: Ten Colloquial Expressions You Should Know.
  • CLICK HERE to get the Italian Verb Blueprint, a guide for conjugating all regular Italian verbs.

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