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I know that "allora" literally means 'then' but I think I've heard that Italians use it in different ways... Almost like a conversation filler... Perhaps to mean 'so' ?? Is this true?? And if so, in what ways can it be used?

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I know that "allora" literally means 'then' but I think I've heard that Italians use it in different ways... Almost like a conversation filler... Perhaps to mean 'so' ?? Is this true?? And if so, in what ways can it be used?
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