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Translation of "means" - English-Italian dictionary

means

noun   /miːnz/
( plural means) a way of doing something mezzo, modo We had no means of communication.
[plural] money i mezzi, le risorse We don’t have the means to buy the house.
by no means
not at all ben lungi da, affatto, in nessun modo I am by no means an expert.
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