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What Does Prego Mean in Italian?

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Prego in Italian means 'can I help you?' or 'what can I do for you?' . It is a term that shows that one is invited to ask for what one needs. It is a term that is used everywhere and it implies serviceable attention, commands respect, and it encourages people to speak up.
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The word "prego" can be translated from Italian alternatively as "prayer" "you're welcome" or "of course"
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The Italian word "prego" is literally translated into English as "please". Would you like
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As people have said, it is used in response to "thank you" where in English we say "you're welcome" But it is also used to mean "welcome" in other situations
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Prego literally means "I pray&
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