How To Pronounce 'Gambero D’acqua Dolce'?
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Phonetics For Pronouncing 'Gambero D’acqua Dolce'?
gambero d’acqua dolce
GAHM/beh/roh DAHK/kwah DOHL/tcheh
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A Quick Overview Of Gambero D’acqua Dolce
A 'gambero *(m) d'acqua dolce' is a crayfish, which is a fresh-water crustacean (as compared with a 'crawfish' which is its ocean dwelling cousin, except in the USA where a 'crawfish' can be a fresh-water crayfish).
Literally translated, it means fresh-water (d'acqua dolce - dolce means 'sweet-water', but you translate it as 'fresh') crayfish. It is commonly called just 'gambero'. The plural is 'gamberi d'acqua dolce', or just 'gamberi'.
How do you say 'crayfish' in French and Spanish?
- gambero, gamberi d'acqua dolce
- GAHM/beh/roh, ree d'AHK/kwah DOHL/tcheh