what is the translation of the Phrase "Mano e' Mano"?
What does the phrase "Mano e' Mano" mean?
I believe mano e mano or mano a mano is the equivalent of "tête a tête" ie, head to head, a private conversation of two people. It can also be used for a physical confrontation between two people. Hopefully a native speaker will confirm this.
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