What’s the meaning of ruffiano in Italian?
Ruffiano is the most common Italian translation for “boot-licker”. Read on to find out how to pronounce this word along with some example sentences!
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What does ruffiano mean in Italian?
Ruffiano is an informal translation for panderer, boot-licker, kiss-ass.
How do you pronounce it?
Panderer, boot-licker, kiss-ass
Its pronunciation is similar to roof-fee-ah-noh. Be careful not to add a -w sound to the final -o. Italian vowel sounds are clean.
Examples with ruffiano in Italian
Marco è un ruffiano, cerca sempre di ottenere favori dagli altri.
Marco is always a flatterer, he always tries to get favors from others.
Non fare il ruffiano solo per piacere agli altri, sii te stesso.
Don’t be a boot-licker just to please others, be yourself.
Non sopporto i ruffiani che cercano di ottenere favori con falsità.
I can’t stand panderers who try to gain favors through insincerity.
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