Italian Language/"o" and "oppure"

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Mark wrote at 2013-08-05 18:11:32
From the answer given, does this mean that "o" is an inclusive or and "oppure" is an exclusive or?


Jimbo wrote at 2016-05-06 14:40:06
In a colloquial English translation I get the sense that we might translate 'o' as 'or' but 'oppure' as 'alternatively'?


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