Can one word express a whole sentence?
The answer is: yes!
At least, in Italian.
Let’s take for example the word “Dimmelo“.
It means: Say this to me.
Indeed, we can guess the subject (you) from the verb “di’ “, the Italian for “Say you”;
There’s an object, “this” (a secret, an information, whatever), expressed by the pronoun “LO”;
There’s an extra complement, “to me”, expressed by the pronoun “ME”.
You can combine the pronouns and the verb into a single word… and here is your “dimmelo”!
What other languages allow you to do so? Let us know!