lol) Pisolino ( cute word for nap in Italian BUT ‘pisello.
(informal) Disgusted; repulsed; creeped out. Prendere la palla al balzo — To take advantage of an opportunity.
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Mi fai schifo = You disgust me.
Word. Prendere la palla al balzo — To take advantage of an opportunity. 2.
skeeve, v. berlitz.
. I skeeve you? What are you talking about? You're the mother of my children.
lol) Pisolino ( cute word for nap in Italian BUT ‘pisello. Last edited: Jun 25, 2012.
The Italian American Slang Word of the Day. When your Italian grandmother won’t stop embarrassing you, simply say “ Non fai scumbari ” or “Stop embarrassing me. Sorted by: 1.
. veh-kyo / veh-kya. The word has a few slangy cousins, too—most notably, the verb skeeve out, which describes being disgusted or unsettled by someone or something (“That creep skeeves me out”). skeeve translation in English - English Reverso dictionary, see also 'severe',see over',seek',secretive', examples, definition, conjugation. 2.
IPA : /ˈskiːvi/. com.
FA SKEEVE - (FAH SHkee VV) - To be disgusted by something.
Che figata (keh fee-GAH-tah) An.
The verb to skeeve means to get disgusted with something.
to cause disgust (in someone).