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New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day are holidays in much of the world – here’s the Italian vocabulary you need to celebrate on December 31 and January 1st. Buon anno!

December 31   31 dicembre
New Year’s Eve   la vigilia di Capodanno
New Year’s Eve dinner   il cenone di Capodanno
New Year’s Eve party   la festa di Capodanno
midnight   mezzanotte
January 1st   il 1° gennaio
the new year   l’anno nuovo
New Year’s Day   il Capodanno
New Year’s resolution   il buon proposito del nuovo anno
fireworks   i fuochi d’artificio
mistletoe   il vischio
champagne   lo champagne
hangover   i postumi della sbornia
truffles   i tartufi
Happy New Year!   Buon anno!
Happy holidays!   Buone feste!
Season’s greetings!   Buone feste!
to celebrate   festeggiare
to drink   bere
to eat   mangiare
to get drunk   ubriacarsi
to kiss   baciare
to propose a toast   proporre un brindisi
to toast   brindare

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