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if your talking about foods, then it means A Steak!
The phrase is "per se". It means in or by itself. Sally didn't say I was ugly, per se, but she implied as much. My teacher didn't quote the author, per se, but paraphrased his words enough that I understood what the author meant. I didn't tell Jim that I hated him, per se, so I'm not sure he...
The word for father in french is "père," which is pronounced effectively the same as the english word "pear" -- that is, pehr with the eh the same value as the word "eh?" But the r is a French r, which uh, is hard to describe in words. Go find someone saying it on youtube and try to mimic them.
Almost perfect is "casi perfecto" for something masculine or "casi perfecta" for something feminine.
he might bad but you really want to say this, why not walk out Anata WA kachi mo nai monsuta no yo na hito
French, Spanish, Italian, Greek, and English
Luz means light on its most common sense and also means "clear up a doubt, an idea, an object of a discussion"
The word curiosity comes after the word curious.
Es el momento de decir... (se necesita un complemento).
Bendiga is the formal command for the word: to bless. . It means: Bless...
Tengo un gato muy grande en mis pantalones..
ジャッカル. Jakkaru.
In the cytoplasm, rRNA binds to the "start" codon of a mRNA molecule. Next, a tRNA molecule with the complimentary anticodon binds to the mRNA start codon and releases an amino acid. As the mRNA moves through the rRNA, new tRNA's come along and bind to the mRNA, adding a new amino acid each time....
ASÍ: Infinitivo: Gustar Gerundio simple: Gustando Gerundio compuesto: Habiendo gustado Participio: Gustado Presente de indicativo: Yo gusto Tú gustas Él/Ella/Usted gusta Nosotros gustamos Vosotros gustáis Ellos/Ellas/Ustedes gustan Pretérito imperfecto...
The word "comet" comes from the greek words, kometes asteers which means "hairy star". Ancient Greek astronomers thought comets looked like stars trailing long hair behind them. In the past, comets were thought to signal disasters on earth since they appeared so unexpectedly and dramatically. For...
This is a Latin sentence that can be interpreted in either of two ways. If "Clemens" is a personal name, it means "Clement is a slave". Otherwise it means "the slave is merciful." Are you looking to have this translated into Spanish?
swagatam (स्वागतम्)
la chambre de ma mère
He/she/it captures, seizes.
Las is a feminine plural, los is the masculine. Los hombres - "the men", las mujeres, "the women."
" The beautiful life " is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase la bella vita . Specifically, the feminine definite article la means "the." The feminine adjective bella means "beautiful, handsome." The feminine noun vita means "life." The pronunciation is "lah BEHL-lah VEE-tah."
The word is "commencer." It's pronounced comm-onn-SAY. Commencer is the infinitive of the verb meaning to begin or to start. It is regularly conjugated as an"er" verb. A noun meaning the beginning or start is le début. It is usually used in the sense of a first appearance or of a beginning. At...
Numerical punctuation depends on the the country you are in. Some countries use our system, as in 1,000.00. Some places invert those notations, so that the same number would be 1.000,00.
Toradora!'s story begins with the male protagonist Ryūji Takasu who is frustrated at trying to look his best as he enters his second year of high school. Despite his gentle personality, his eyes make him look like an intimidating delinquent, so he is utterly hopeless about his chances of getting...
Shakespeare's language is English. In English, "your welcome" means "the welcome that belongs to you", as in this quotation from Shakespeare's Comedy of Errors: "I hold your dainties cheap, sir, and your welcome dear." Clearly he thinks that the person's welcome is valuable but his dainties are not....
¿Qué quieres hacer? What do you want to do?
¡Dios! Te amo y siempre te amaré. God!, I love you and I will always love you.
Ich hoffe du hast einen schönen Tag
Me encanta los pantalones.
field = campo or vega
When you say to a baby/kid "você é uma gracinha". Talking to a girl/ woman "você é bonita" or informal "você é uma gata/gatinha". For a boy/man "você é bonito" or informal "você é um gato/gatinho" Atraente, bacana.
we say: Tú eres la única estrella que veo brillar en mi cielo antes de irme a dormir
It would simply be 'Zombie'. There is no direct word for it. "Schwachkopf" can be used as zombie, but its more of an insulting term 'idiot, fool' etc.. instead of something that directly means 'zombie' as in flesh eating shambling minion of the undead.
leabhar cócaireachta
Wǒ hé wǒ you cǎiqǔ wǒ hē wǒ cǎiqǔ hāhā kěyǐ hēi wǒ hé yīgèdàn qǐng nǐ wǒ de ài dédào xìngfú nǐ hǎo nǐ hǎo wǒ wǒ gěi nǐ yīgèbì kǎ suǒ shēn 6 hé cūzhuàng dàn nǐ...
tout n'est pas ce qu'il semble être
suas (to go up) aníos (to come up) thuas (in a position)
my mama is my alpha and omega
¿Pregunta que qué tan segura es o me afirma que es muy segura?
Modern (post-medieval) Latin has the word suicidium . In earlier Latin a phrase such as sui caedes ("murder of oneself") would have been used.
No. In Greek it is σύγκλιση (siglisi). The roots of "convergence" are Latin: cum , "with, together", and vergo "to bend, to turn".
the Hummingbird has no significance in Jewish culture or ancient Hebrew culture. In fact, there is no Hebrew word for Hummingbird. Israelis call it a Yonek dvash (honey sucker).
¿ Tiene / tienen / tienes / tenéis dinero?
The Latin spelling is "Maria".
The new language = Die neue Sprache
The French count today as day 1. 1 plus 14 equals 15.
ΓΕΝΕΣΙΣ, ΓΕΝΕΣΗ, ΓΕΝΝΗΣΗ / γέννηση (birth).
you could say Lavar con agua which means wash with water.
In Irish it's casadh gan choinne / casadh i ndán. Also in Irish seirindipíocht.
Ew nasty! can be translated in a number of ways: Ew! = Igitt! Pfui! Bäh! Nasty! = Ekelhaft! Gräßlich! Scheußlich!
It can mean - the end or something that is very clever or fine or thin
For a boy = frumos For a girl = frumoasă
Passion fruit is native to Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay, as well asnorthern Argentina. However, passion fruit is able to be grown inmany other locations.
Colloquial: "Bring mir deutsch bei!" Formal: "Bringen Sie mir deutsch bei!" Of course, it might be more appropriate to say "Would you teach me German, please?" which is: "Würden Sie mir bitte deutsch beibringen?"
Spanish Word for beautiful English Word: beautiful Spanish Word: bello, bella, bonito, bonita Now you know how to say beautiful in Spanish. :-) UR VERY WELCOMEEE, MMHMM .
Wash it good. When Hispanics say goodbye, they shout out this phrase as to go wash their private parts. Just a humorous saying of goodbye.
"Du bist alles" means "You are everything".
ශුභ උදැසන (pronounced as 'Shubha Udhasana')
atarashi is new i.e. this is new = kore WA atarashi or shin for new something i.e. new car = shinsha
Tha rudeigin ann nach urrainn dhomh a mhìneachadh: tha leithid mo ghaol ort nach cuirear às dha riamh
Thank you can be translated in a number of ways: Danke Danke schön Danke sehr Vielen Dank Herzlichen Dank Vielen herzlichen Dank
In German it depends on the animal : For dogs and most other animals it is "die Pfote". For cats it is "die Tatze ". These words all form the plural by adding -n .
The German word for pet is Haustier.
"Tá tú ag mo chara is fearr agus is breá liom tú" means "My best friend has you and I like you"
Herzlichen Dank für Ihre Aufmerksamkeit.
Yes, Near is a character in Death Note
beautiful boy = schöner Junge
Well you don't have l in Japanese and well so it traslates to r, here ra. The word is blurt, so it becomes bu-ra-ru-to. Bu-ra for Blu and ru-to for rt bit since the Japanese alphabet doesn't have just t or just r..it has ta,ti,tu,te and to and same-ish for r..so you use to here since well its the...
'Creativo' is an Italian equivalent of 'creative'. It's pronounced 'KREH-ah-TEE-voh'. It's the masculine form of an adjective. The feminine 'creativa' is pronounced 'KREH-ah-TEE-vah'.
Tο Heathrow στο Λονδίνο.
sugoi desu ne! You can just say sugoi too..it means awesome or cool.or amazing based on the context. ..although I don't really know other words that exactly mean 'amazing' in Japanese. Hope this helps. Ciao
Alia officia quae delegari possint . (Not an exact translation: "Other duties which may be assigned.")
The feminine Spero che ti sia divertita! and the masculine Spero che ti sia divertito! in the singular and the feminine Spero che vi siate divertite! and the masculine Spero che vi siate divertiti! in the plural are Italian equivalents of the English phrase "Hope you had a good time!"...
The verb to send is envoyer
上帝保佑你 Shàngdì bǎoyòu nǐ
it means: now I can't stop thinking about you.
Was für ein Haus hast Du? = What kind of house do you have?