French/Italian/Spanish Translation

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how do you translate the french word générique into italian and spanish?

  • French/Italian/Spanish Translation -

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    Spanish = genérico (or genérica if the noun is feminine)
    Italian = generico

    Sra/Mme

  • French/Italian/Spanish Translation -

    Sorry, i wasn't too clear about what the term meant. Ive been told that générique in French can also mean "opening" as in an opening theme or music of say, a tv show.

    Do the translations still apply then in that context?

  • French/Italian/Spanish Translation -

    Thank you for clarifying. True, in French générique as an adjective means generic. Then the terms I gave you apply. However, as a noun "le générique" means, as in a movie "credit line OR credits." As for "opening" it would entirely depend upon the context, or exactly how the word is used. If you mean opening number = l'ouverture (feminine.)

    Now, if that is what you want:
    Spanish = el primer número
    Italian = I'm not sure offhand but I'll try to find it for you.

    Sra/Mme

  • French/Italian/Spanish Translation -

    Lots of choices! (If you are going to do a lot of this kind of thing, I have a great dictionary site to give you!)

    opening night = la prima
    initial part (as in music) = inizio
    initial part = parte iniziale
    overture (prelude) = inizio / preludio

    Sra/Mme

  • French Translation -

    I went to my caravan in the isle of wight.I went swimming i also done some jigsaws to and debbie got me some roller skates and i played on them of ages

  • French/Italian/Spanish Translation -

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