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Was yesterday called dia della donna or dia delle donne? I was unsure which was the correct name.

  • "Dia" is Spanish for "day", the Italian correspondent would be "giorno/giornata". – martina Mar 17 '16 at 17:45
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In Italian the 8th of March holiday is called: "la festa della donna".

The translation of a "woman's day" means literally: "il giorno della donna", but in Italian we use more "la festa della donna ".

The phrase you wrote in your question is in Spanish I guess...

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