How to say stand up for yourself in Italian
In the context of, a girl is being peer pressured and she has to stand up for herself. Would really appreciate if answers related to this, don't answer if you just got this off google translate. Thanks
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: ) Hello, my italian is a bit rusty now, but I capisco what youre saying and what sort of response you want.
I suppose it is a matter of a girl/any person who is being 'pressurized ' into doing something she isnt comfortable with, by friends/peers; and needs to be told to stand up and say no, or refuse?
In the circumstances, have come up with a basic English phrase first: ''Please stand up for yourself, dont let friends or others pressurize you into doing anything you dont want to do or arent comfortable with".
And translated it thus:
"Alzarsi per le stesso, indosso per lasciare degli altri, i amichi o nessuno, in pressuriza in fare niente che lei ha indossato voule fare o non sono comodo con".
Im sory its a bit of a mouthful and Im not 100% sure how well I remember the lingua after so many years; but I think this should be somehat near the mark as per the context you need. Good luck.
the following general link might be of some use too, I suppose.
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