Italian Idioms starting with O
Idioms are a key aspect in language learning, often connected to the history and culture of a nation. Here some idioms beginning with O- are translated and explained.
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Ogni morte di papa (= every time a Pope dies)
Corresponding to the English "blue moon", denotes infrequency of an event, and refers to the fact that the death of a Pope is an exceptional event.
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