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zuccat

ZUCCA in Italian means pumpkin.

It's Halloween time and Salomè the clumsy took the opportunity to celebrate in her own way for La Caterva, turning into a zucCAT.

Besides referring to the vegetable, zucca is used in Italian in idiomatic expressions such as "zucca pelata" (bald head), "zucca vuota" (empty head) or "avere poco sale in zucca" (to have no common sense).

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