Does the word "caruccio" mean the same as carino? It wasn't in my dictionary, so thought I should check.


Ciao "Caruccio" can mean nice, cute or pricey from the word caro (expensive) Hope this helps


Ciao a tutti, it's correct. It has two meanings. In the first case, "caruccio" is a word used in the same way as "carino" in some part of Italy only as Tuscany for example. In the second example, "caruccio" is used as an adjective to mean "a little bit expensive". For these reasons you can't find the world in the dictionary. Please let me know if something is not clear. Ciao

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