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  • Ciao - Wikipedia

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    The word "ciao" (/ ˈ tʃ aʊ /; Italian pronunciation: ) is an informal salutation in the Italian language that is used for both "hello" and "goodbye".

  • Ciao - definition of ciao by The Free Dictionary

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    ciao (chou) interj. Used to express greeting or farewell. [Italian, from dialectal ciau, alteration of Italian (sono vostro) schiavo, (I am your) servant, from ...

  • Ciao! - Best reviews and opinions from real consumers ...

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    Ciao is the leading platform to get outstanding reviews from real consumers on million of products.

  • CIAO - Columbia International Affairs Online

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    Portal for theory and research in international affairs. Published are working and occasional papers series, policy briefs; conference proceedings, and books from ...

  • Ciao | Define Ciao at Dictionary.com

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    Ciao definition, (used as a word of greeting or parting): hello; goodbye; so long; see you later. See more.

  • Ciao | Definition of Ciao by Merriam-Webster

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    Define ciao: —used conventionally as an utterance at meeting or parting — ciao in a sentence

  • Why You Shouldn’t Say “Ciao” in Italy – Italy Travel Guide

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    It seems innocuous, right? I’ve heard the word ciao described as the Italian version of “aloha,” meaning both “hello” and “goodbye,” so how can that be bad?

  • ciao - Wiktionary

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    o bella, ciao! bella, ciao! bella, ciao, ciao, ciao! È questo il fiore del partigiano, morto per la libertà! This is the flower of the partisan,

  • Ciao Ristorante - Ciao Ristorante

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    If you are looking for truly authentic Italian food in Kuala Lumpur, Ciao is the place to visit. Open since 1991, Ciao is the oldest Italian restaurant in Kuala Lumpur.

  • Urban Dictionary: ciao

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    Ciao was originally an Italian word meaning 'hello' or 'goodbye', but culturally diffused into various European nations with Romance languages. In the United States ...

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