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Google Translation:
il corriere mi ha salutato contento urlando un po' ma mi ha fatto piacere

il
     1. art. the
corriere
     1. n. messenger
     2. n. courier
     3. n. plural of corriera
mi
     1. pron. me
     2. n. The third note, mi.
     3. n. E (musical note or key)
     4. n. mu (Greek letter)
ha
     1. v. third-person singular present indicative of avere
     2. interj. ah! (usually ironic or sarcastic)
     avere
          1. vt. To have.
          2. vt. To have got.
          3. vt. To be (age).
          4. v. (auxiliary) To have.
          5. n. property, substance
          6. n. (in the plural) belongings
          7. n. credit, assets
salutato
     1. v. past participle of salutare
     salutare
          1. adj. healthy, wholesome, beneficial
          2. v. to say hello (or good morning, good night, goodbye), to greet, to see off
          3. v. to give somebody's regards to somebody, to remember somebody to somebody
          4. v. to welcome, to greet, to salute, to hail
contento
     1. adj. content, happy
     2. adj. satisfied, pleased
     3. v. first-person singular present indicative of contentare
     contentare
          1. vt. To please or satisfy alternative form of accontentare
urlando
     1. v. (gerund of urlare)
     urlare
          1. vi. To scream or yell
          2. vi. To howl (of an animal)
          3. vt. To scream or yell something
un
     1. art. an, a
     2. n. one
     3. adj. one
     4. pron. one
po'
     1. n. A bit, a little, a small amount.
un po'
     1. adv. a bit, a little, slightly, somewhat
     2. adv. a while, some time
ma
     1. conj. but
mi
     1. pron. me
     2. n. The third note, mi.
     3. n. E (musical note or key)
     4. n. mu (Greek letter)
ha
     1. v. third-person singular present indicative of avere
     2. interj. ah! (usually ironic or sarcastic)
     avere
          1. vt. To have.
          2. vt. To have got.
          3. vt. To be (age).
          4. v. (auxiliary) To have.
          5. n. property, substance
          6. n. (in the plural) belongings
          7. n. credit, assets
fatto
     1. adj. done, made
     2. adj. fit, right, made
     3. adj. grown
     4. adj. (slang) stoned, baked, high, wasted, stuffed
     5. n. fact, event, occurrence, matter, affair, business, action
     6. v. past participle of fare
     7. v. past participle of farsi
     fare
          1. v. To do
          2. v. To make
piacere
     1. v. to be pleasing
     2. v. to be fond of
     3. v. (followed by a) to like (with subject and object exchanged)
     4. n. pleasure, enjoyment
     5. n. delight
     6. n. favour, kindness
     7. interj. pleased to meet you
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