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Niente/di niente


Di niente or niente means 'excuse me' or you'rewelcome' in one section and means "nothing" or "nothing at all" in another.  Can that be?




Ciao Jack,


"niente" means literally "nothing" and "di niente" can be translated as "don't mentioned it".

I hope this is helpful.


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