What does "ci lega" mean?

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What does "ci lega" mean?

Postby Poipuo4 » 11 Jan 2007, 20:26

This is nongeneaology related, but can someone tell me what the last part of this sentence says. Is the last part, "but there is something special that binds us"?

Sono veramente
contenta di avervi conosciuto,e non so perchè,ma c'è qualcosa di
speciale che ci lega.
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Re: What does "ci lega" mean?

Postby elba » 13 Jan 2007, 12:02

Poipuo4 wrote:This is nongeneaology related, but can someone tell me what the last part of this sentence says. Is the last part, "but there is something special that binds us"?

Sono veramente
contenta di avervi conosciuto,e non so perchè,ma c'è qualcosa di
speciale che ci lega.


I am so very happy to have met you, and I don't know why, but there is something special that (sonnects/ties/binds/ links) us.

'lega' = Legare. (verb)


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Re: What does "ci lega" mean?

Postby Poipuo4 » 16 Jan 2007, 22:14

Grazie mille, Elba!
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