Meaning of SFEGATATO in Italian

Sfegatato in Italian

Sfegatato is the Italian translation for “passionate” or “committed”. It is most often used as an adjective and describes someone who is extremely passionate about something, especially in the context of being an enthusiastic fan.

OriginFrom the Italian noun fegato, which means “liver”
Pronunciation/sfeɡaˈtaːto/

Sfegatato
Passionate, committed


Sfegatato in Italian: Different forms

Like all other adjectives in Italian, sfegatato needs to match the gender (masculine or feminine) and the number (singular or plural) of the noun.

SingularPlural
MasculineSfegatatoSfegatati
FeminineSfegatataSfegatate
a group of three fans cheering

Sfegatato in Italian: Examples

Maurizio è un fan sfegatato degli U2.
Maurizio is a die-hard U2 fan.

Sono la tua fan più sfegatata.
I am your biggest fan.

Carlo è un tifoso sfegatato del Milan e non si perde alcuna partita.
Carlo is a die-hard Milan fan and does not miss any game.


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