What is the meaning of Che Bello?

What is the meaning of Che Bello?

how beautiful
Che bello literally translates as “how beautiful”.

What does Futuro mean in Italian?

future future
/a [fuˈturo ] future. future.

What does CHE mean Italian?

The word “che” in Italian can have several different functions within a sentence: it can be a relative pronoun or a conjunction. When it is a relative pronoun, it refers to the noun placed just before it.

Is Bella feminine?

Bella is a female name. It is a diminutive form of names ending in -bella. Bella is related to the Italian, Spanish, Greek, Portuguese and Latin words for beautiful, to the name Belle, meaning beautiful in French.

What is en el futuro in English?

Future things
Future things will happen or exist after the present time. The lives of future generations will be affected by our decisions.

How do you say futuro in English?


  1. porvenir future.
  2. colloquial novio fiancé, intended.
  3. grammar future.

What kind of name is Che?

Che (surname)

Language(s) Old Chinese
Meaning Chariot, wagon
Other names
Derivative(s) Cha (Korean)

Does Che mean friend?

Che is a Spanish diminutive interjection commonly used in Argentina. It is a form of colloquial slang used in a vocative sense as “friend”, and thus loosely corresponds to expressions such as “mate”, “pal”, “man”, “bro”, or “dude”, as used by various English speakers.

How do you use Che?

Consider the following sentences:

  1. I do what I want. Faccio quello che voglio.
  2. I saw him running down the street. L’ho visto che correva per la strada.
  3. This is the book I bought yesterday.
  4. I want the book about Michelangelo.
  5. I want a book about Michelangelo.
  6. He doesn’t study, which is a pity.

What is the difference between SIA SIA and SIA Che?

“Sia… sia” is usually used for list in an explicit way two options. – Example: “Possiamo andare sia in taxi, sia in metropolitana“ – “We can go either by taxi or underground” – “Sia…che” is usually used for list in an implicit way two o more options, usually already said from another person.