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allora = anyways? or 'so, okay then' or 'moving on', or 'etc'... I'm seeing it used and translating it fifty million ways.. someone stop the maddness..
'If you never open doors to let anyone in, no one can get in, but neither can you get out.'
allora is best defined by the word THEN, however there are severaliodamtic expressions using the word allors thast alters its meaning. Consequently the word D'allora means JUST NOW. Per allora means FOR THE TIME BEING. etc etc. It is an eclectic word. Peter
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