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tutte le strade portano a Roma

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exp.
una cosa tira l'altra
exp.
tutto il tempo
adv.
tutto l'anno ; per tutto l'anno
adv.
tutti i suddetti
id.
quasi sempre
n.
tutti i pezzi contano
n.
fino in cima
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"all roads lead to rome": examples and translations in context
Once we're on the tracks, all roads lead to Rome. Una volta arrivati sui binari, tutte le strade portano a Roma.
It occurred to me that, in Italy, we say, referring to the Roman Empire: 'All roads lead to Rome'. Mi è venuto in mente che in Italia si dice, ricordando il periodo dell'Impero romano: "Tutte le strade portano a Roma".
Where all roads lead to: Rome. - Nel posto dove conducono tutte le strade: a Roma.
It is good that now all roads lead once more to Rome. Fortunatamente oggi tutte le strade portano di nuovo a Roma.
Anyway, all the roads that lead to Rome are blocked. Tutte le strade di accesso Roma sono bloccate.
Was it not a feisty Slovene who, raising his fist against a mighty empire, first declared: 'All roads do not lead to Rome!'? Non era forse una Slovenia decisa quella che, opponendosi ad un potente impero, dichiarò per prima: "Non tutte le strade portano a Roma!"?
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