-Car problems 2-

-Car problems 2-
Travel Car problems 2
Do you think you could have a look at it this morning? Crede di poterle dare un'occhiata stamattina?
I can't do it this morning. Non riesco a farlo stamattina.
I've got an urgent job to finish. Ho un lavoro urgente da finire.
I won't be able to have a proper look till this afternoon. Non riuscirò a controllare per bene fino a oggi pomeriggio.
There's no chance you could squeeze it in this morning at all? Non riesce proprio a trovare un buco per farlo stamattina?
I'm rushed off my feet. Non ho un attimo di tregua.
The best I can do is this afternoon. Il meglio che posso fare è questo pomeriggio.
Shall I leave the car with you and call you this afternoon? Va bene se le lascio la macchina e la chiamo questo pomeriggio?
That's your best bet. È la cosa migliore che possa fare.
Give me a call about five. Mi faccia uno squillo verso le cinque.
Do you have any idea how much it's likely to cost? Ha un'idea di quanto potrebbe venire a costare?
If it's just the tuning it'll just cost you labour. Se è solo una messa a punto le costerà solo la manodopera.
If it needs a new alternator, it'll be the cost of a new one plus labour, about £200 plus VAT. Se c'è bisogno di un alternatore nuovo, ci sarà il costo del pezzo nuovo più la manodopera, circa £200 più IVA.
I'll call you this afternoon or drop in myself. La chiamo nel pomeriggio o faccio un salto.
Thanks for your time. Grazie per il tempo che mi ha dedicato.

English-Italian dictionary. 2013.

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