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what do the dL abbreviations indicate
Haz el trabajo la semana que viene.
La vita è incerta ma non c'è ragione di arrendersi aldestino in Italian is "Life is uncertain, but there is noreason to surrender to fate" in English.
It means p*ss off
"God bless you with a long and happy life together!" in English is Dio vi benedica con una vita lunga e felice insieme! inItalian.
How are you today?   or   How does the soup taste?   or   How did you do on the test?
lafayr, or, לְפַאֵר
"End" in English is fine in Italian.
Manchi in Italian is "Miss you" in English.
Well, it means "there is" or "there are", so you could say "Hay siete dias en la semana", which means There are seven days in the week.
I saw a tile store called Terra Firma once... And Veni, Vidi, Wi-fi  would be a great name for an ISP.
Do you mean Afrikaans? In which case: kombuis
Bambinaia in Italian is "nanny" in English.
"Darling" in English is tesoro ("treasure") in Italian.
According to Google Translate, bridge is pon in Creole. This may be  inaccurate as "pon" is Haitian. I was directed to Haitian by  Google, therefore assuming Haitian is Creole.
lifes so hard-donde está el parador
νουμηνία, ας, ἡ or noumenia. It is feminine.
The name "Carol" is also used; I guess "Carola" would be the Spanish equivalent.
  == Answer ==   According to common tradition, the Irish name for Ireland, Éire, comes from Eriu.  The country is usually personified in feminine terms.   The name Érinn is derived from this.
Like the word "Thing"? Isn't it "Cosa" Example: Look at that Thing In the Street>>Mira esa cosa en la calle
'Non c'è più' translated to English is "There is no More"
Cerium has the atomic number 58, and is abbreviated as "Ce". It's  name comes from "Ceres", meaning asteroid. In addition to the  asteroid meaning, Cerium also comes from the Roman version of the  god Demeter. Demeter was the god of agriculture in Ancient Greece.
"Stay out!" in English is Rimanere fuori! in Italian.
This is the word in Greek alphabet... έμβρυο (émvryo).
ne soyez pas jaloux/jalouse
Goed voor u is a Dutch equivalent of 'Good for you'.
'Much with all my heart but if you do not want to tell me
It means "until tomorrow" in English
mousse. I hope you know you could just go on language tools in google classic page.
  == Answer ==   pirates of the carribean, the curse of the blackpearl, captain barbosa to elizabeth swan. 
   viridi contrarium (I think)       
"Believe in your dreams!" in English is Credete nei vostrisogni! in Italian.
  μικρό 
Mon fils Aiden a fait très bien avec ses mots français .
Barack = Baruch (ברוך) which means "blessed".
Computer uses in human life
You know, you can use Google translate. You just put the first option as French and Second option as English. Hope that helped.
"Jackson" in English is figlio di Giacomo ("son of Jack")literally and Giacomo as a name in Italian.
In Hebrew merciful means רַחוּם In Greek merciful means εύσπλαχνος
As far as I know the Hebrew term is hesed.
Hágalo (formal) or hazlo (informal).
"I dream very high!" in English is Lo sogno molto alto! inItalian.
Translation: Akhbar (עכבר) Note that this word is used both for the mammal and the computer apparatus. 'mouse' in Hebrew is ACH'BAR (spelled by the Hebrew letters A'IN - CHAF - BET - REISH, עכבר). As in English, the word is used both for the animal and for the compute's...
The oldest complete copy of the Old Testament is the CodexLeningradensis, dated about 1010 CE. Another mostly complete copyis the Septuagint, which is a Greek translation from about 247 to117 BCE. Then The Masoretic Texts are dated circa 500-1000 CE.
I'm not entirely sure what question you are asking, but 'hajimete anata wo mita' means 'first time [I] saw you.'
Literally, it means "Glad tidings on your birthday", but it more easily translates into "Happy birthday".
  Securis is the word for Axe. 
Blaster it's the same thing
Roughly translated: It is better than anything you have
Saber means "to know." It means "know" in the sense of knowing  information. The verb "conocer" means "know" too but in the way you  say you know a person or you know all about something.    A secondary meaning of saber is "to taste".
The phonetic translation would be Kilekeni.
Translation: scrap the cane
It means "What time do you have breakfast/eat in the  morning?" 
E noho ana anei 'oe ia'u
Eternal Spring translates to אביב נצחי
我進去了 "Wǒ jìn qù le"   "I'm going in."
The word "binyag" is in Tagalog or Filipino language (national language of the Philippines). In English language it's meaning is "baptism".
Estudio español. Estoy aprendiendo español (como una acción duradera en el tiempo)
cuerpo sexy , you can also say cuerpo sensual
inséparablessay inseparablebut in a French accent
To calm down and "take it easy". IE: To stop worrying over someone  or something.
It is the same, krypton.
You say "quoi?" which is pronounced "kwa".   If you mean - What? (because you didn't hear) then it is Comment?   If you mean What as in What book? then Quel eg Quel livre?   If what as in What are you doing? then Que eg Que faites-vous?   If what as in What's new? then Quoi eg Quoi de...
"Pompous idiot!" in English is Idiota pomposo! in Italian.
The most beautiful girl ever I love you
The English word pyre comes from the Latin pyra. A  funeral pyre is a pile of wood (or other material that can burn)  for burning a dead body. The combining form pyro- can be  used to form other words, such as pyrotechnics (fireworks or  sensational display) and pyromania (a compulsion to set ...
You may say 'onamae wa nan desu/deshou ka,' written: お名前は何です/でしょうか