Fatto a mano vs. lavorate a mano vs lavarazione

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  1. oscarthewild

    oscarthewild Senior member

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    Can someone tell me the differences between
    fatto a mano vs. Lavorate a mano vs. Lavarazione a mano?

    What does Lavarazione originale mean?

    Thanks
     
  2. Sinbad

    Sinbad Member

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    "Fatto a mano" means literally "hand made".
    "Lavorato a mano" means "worked by hand", which I guess can be interpreted as "finished off by hand".
    "Lavorazione a mano" means more or less the same.
    "Lavorazione" is the substantive correspondent to the verb "lavorare" (to work) whereas "lavorato" is the past participle.
    "Lavorazione originale" means "original making process". Sorry but I can´t come up with a better translation for this one.

    This for what concerns the literal meaning.
    If such meaning corresponds to reality, well, being myself italian I can tell you it must be taken with a grain of salt...
    Have a nice day
     

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