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Tuesday at 12:43 AM
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Ciao Antonette, grazie per le tue domande.

"Scarpone" usually refers to footwear specifically designed for protecting the feet and ankles during outdoor walking activities, such as for example, hiking.

"Stivale" usually refers to footwear worn both for functionality (such as rain boots, "stivali da pioggia") and for fashion or style (such as high heel boots, "stivali con i tacchi alti").

As for your other question, I think there is not a direct connection. Basically, "manopola" is a word derived from Latin and it refers to the hand. So both objects are used for/with hands.

I hope this makes some sense!



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Monday at 11:11 PM
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The literal translation of "manopola" seems to be "knob."

Can you explain the usage in "guanto a manopola?"

Monday at 11:07 PM
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Qual รจ la differenza tra un scarpone e un stivale?