granché

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See also: granche and granchè

Italian[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From gran (great) +‎ che (thing, something).

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /ɡranˈke/, [ɡräŋ̟ˈk̟e]
  • Rhymes: -e
  • Hyphenation: gran‧ché

Pronoun[edit]

granché (invariable)

  1. (only used in negative sentences) Nothing notable, or particularly interesting; not much.
    Non penso che abbia da dirmi granché.
    I don't think she's going to to tell me anything special.
    In tutto ciò, non ci ho capito granché.
    I didn't understand much of all this.

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Noun[edit]

granché m (singular only)

  1. (only used in negative sentences) Nothing notable, or particularly interesting.
    Lo spettacolo non è stato un granché.
    The play wasn't that great.

Adverb[edit]

granché

  1. (only used in negative sentences) Not that much, not very much; not really.
    Mi ha detto di non essersi trovato granché bene.
    He told me he didn't feel really at ease.

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