What does a la playa mean in spanish?
a = to
la = the
playa = beach
la = the
playa = beach
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la = the (feminine) It is the article "the" used for feminine nouns (Spanish nouns are either masculine or feminine and determined by traditional use, not by any particular qualities.) Examples: la escuela - the school el autobÃºs - the bus
It is either an article part of speech which would mean "the" for example " las manzanas" means "the apples", or it is a direct object pronoun which would mean "them" for example "Juan las tiene". That means "Juan has them".
The word 'las' is a plural feminine form of the in Spanish. It is also used as a preceding or trailing object pronoun (them) with some verbs. Las chicas - the girls Las escuelas - the churches No las tengo - I don't have them (plural feminine objects) DÃ©melas - Give them to me
It means "in the". La means "the" and so does el. You change between the two depending on the noun.
It means: The Meadows . Las (or Los) = The Vega = Meadow (s for plural) It was so named due to it's plentiful underground water supply and fertile ground; it was quite literally a huge fertile meadow surrounded by desert. .
\n . It means: The Meadows . Las (or Los) = The Vega = Meadow (s for plural) It\nwas so named due to it's plentiful underground water supply and fertile\nground; it was quite literally a huge fertile meadow surrounded by \ndesert.
I have only seen this word used for La Jolla, California. In Spanish though the word Joya with a Y and not LL means Jewel.
You mean "What does the Spanish word 'la hora' mean in English? It means "the clock" or "the hour". That depends on the situation... La hora means time
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A Player or Player is a guy who flirts/dates and sleeps with many women. Very often charming cute and slick, he knows how to play the field. Playa is also the Spanish word for "Beach"
Its the feminine definitve article , in other words it means ' the ' for feminine nouns La casa , La mujer , La taza the house , the woman , the cup as opposed to El moto , el barco , el dia the car , the boat , the day these are masculine nouns
La vecina means neighbor lady. Vecina is the feminine form of neighbor. Vecino is the masculine form.
ANALYSE: 1. La (to you, you, polite you, singular, feminine): Vi que usted estaba muy animada; la vi como si fuera otra --- I saw you were very spirited. I saw you as another person. 2. La (her / it, feminine) Ella es Diana , la conocÃ en el cine --- She's Diana.… I met her at the cinema. Ãsa es mi libreta , Â¡dÃ¡me la ! --- That's my notebook. Give it to me! 3. La (the, feminine, singular) La chava a la que le enviÃ© el regalo --- The girl to whom I sent the gift 4. La (musical note A) Un barÃtono puede alcanzar un La2 por debajo del Do central --- A baritone can hit an A2 under the middle C. (MORE)
the banana. I believe the way to say 'the bananas' in spanish is 'los platanos'.
a (which means to) + la (which means the) = a la (which means to the) For example if there's a sentence that says: Yo camino a la playa. It means: I walk to the beach. Sorry I changed it it's el museo not la museo.
"La raÃz" could mean a variety of things. You could use it to say "root," "origin," or "source.". A common phrase that uses it is "a raÃz de" which means "as a result of."
Analyse: 1. La - the feminine singular. La casa. --- the house. *2. La - dative-accusative pronoun meaning "you, to you", formal singular, used for a woman: La vi muy contenta; fruÃa usted en verdad. --- I saw you very happy. You were really enjoying it. *3. La --- d…ative-accusative pronoun meaning "her, to her". AngÃ©lica estÃ¡ allÃ, Â¿quÃ© no la ves? --- AngÃ©lica is over there. Â¿Don't you see her ? *4. La --- dative-accusative pronoun meaning "to it, it" for objects in feminine gender. Ãsa es mi mochila, Ã¡bre la. --- That's my backpack. Open it . * Not all verbs accept the use of "la" in these cases, sometimes yout need to use "le". (MORE)
\nLiterally, 'la loca' means 'the crazy woman', but in Spanish slang 'una loca' may be 'a fag'.
Maybe you misspelled the word "mirda" so it can be two possible words: 1- La mirada (99% sure that you wanted to type this) 2- La mierda (only to cover all the posibilities) 1- I think La mirada can be translated as "The gaze", mirada refers to the face expression when the person is lookin…g to something or someone else but like contemplating it. 2.- La mierda = The $hit (MORE)
Shower......like I'm going to take a shower or ....the shower doesn't work. You can use ducha in does two phrases(verb,noun).
"La nota" means "the note" in Spanish. It is pronounced "la NO-tah". Please see the Related link below for confirmation of the translation. La nota can also mean the result, such as an exam result 'La nota del examen'.
"La siena" is Spanish for "the sienna". It is a brownish color. Please see the Related link below for confirmation of the translation.
Contrary to some beliefs, it does Not mean raideror knife or anything else in Spanish. It comes from a Tewa Indianword ( navahu or navahu'u -nava-"planted fields" hu- "mouths of canyons") for the Navajopeople that the Spanish learned in the 1540s. It means fields in ariver valley. They were cal…led Apache de Navajo, "the Apache typepeople who farm feilds in river bottoms". Apache comes from a Zuniword for "enemies" (MORE)
its clear that you dont like the beach. dont go to the beach. actually, it means: "Of course I don't like the beach, I don't go to the beach"
La is the feminine article for "the". It can also be used as a pronoun for feminine subjects. Example: Juana es mi hermana. Voy a verla manana.
It is a female person from the town or area of San Luis de PotosÃ in Mexico.
They are the plural forms for "the" in Spanish. Los is masculine, las is feminine. Las casas grandes "the big houses". They're also the dative and accusative pronouns for the third person (a / para ellos, ellas, ustedes): Los / las vi a ustedes el dÃa de ayer "I saw you yes…terday (men / women or all af them)". Ãstos son los datos , debo entregÃ¡rse los de inmediato "This is the data, I must hand it in to him right away". (MORE)
It can mean "at the" or "to the" or "of the" when applied to a noun that is feminine.
open your mouth and take a big piece or part of some food. -Or you can use "bocada" to say "snack".
quinceaÃ±era has no English word , but quince is fifteen and aÃ±era would be a girls years now that's as close to explaining what it means so what it is, is a celebration on a girls 15th birthday. much like a sweet 16 party in the U.S. difference is Parents usually go all out for this on…e like they would for a wedding. yet you asked for la quinceaÃ±era which is what you call either the girl or the party (MORE)
La recibiste. means The recieved. La recibiste? means Recieved it? La recibiste! means Revieved it! Hope that helps! :)
Could mean "in the" as in "in the morning" - por la maÃ±ana, or "via" or "through" as in "I'll come back via the city" - regresarÃ© por la ciudad
In Spanish, 'la' means 'the' (for example, ' la mesa' means ' the table'). It is used with singular , feminine nouns. But it is one of four words that all mean 'the'. The other three are 'el', 'las' and 'los'. 'El' is used with singular , masculine nouns, 'las' is used with plural , fem…inine nouns and 'los' is used with plural , masculine nouns. (MORE)
It means the time in the afternoon before dark, and is meant as an unspecific time referance.
La cornucopia, era un vaso en figura de cuerno, rebosante de frutas y flores, que entre los antiguos griegos y romanos simbolizaba la abundancia. Por extradiciÃ³n, dÃcese de esta abundancia. 2. Espejo pequeÃ±o de marco tallado y dorado, que por lo regular posee uno o mÃ¡s brazos a guisa de… candelabros. (MORE)
LA FÃSICA ----- Physics. "La fisica" doesn't exist in Spanish. (Possibly you don't have, or don't know how to get, the accent on your PC?).
The beaches of Miami. If you want more than a literal translation... refer to TV shows.
La Villita, pues es una ciudad, depende de quÃ© paÃs se trate = La Villita, well it's a town, it depends on which country is concerned. 'villeta' = a small town or borough
Assuming you do not mean the name 'Lola' (which means 'Lola'!), the two words 'lo' and 'la' can mean 'it' (for masculine and feminine nouns, respectively), e.g. 'El libro, dame lo' = The (masculine) book, give me it. ' La cuchara, dame la' = The (feminine) spoon, give me it. 'La' can al…so mean 'the' (definite article) for feminine nouns, e.g. ' La cuchara' = The spoon'. (MORE)
It is most likely la cancha , or las canchas . Cancha means field , like a football or baseball field. It can also mean field as in "A man outstanding in his field ." There is another different word for 'field of corn.' La can Chas is otherwise gibberish.
It doesn't make much sense... a literal translation would be: "You'll be more when we will be at the beach"
"La paz" means "peace" or possibly "the peace" (as in, "the peace between these two countries has been difficult to achieve."). It is sometimes used as a place name, including major cities such as La Paz, Bolivia.
'Sancha' is the feminine version of 'Sancho' (as in 'Sancho Panza', Dom Quixote's page), and is the short form of 'Alexandra'. 'Sanchita' is the diminutive of 'Sancha' and means 'little Sancha'. If 'Sancha' equals 'Sandy', 'Sanchita' might be, say, 'Sandikins' It also has a broader meaning as 't…he other woman', especially when, as here, used with 'la' ('the'). (MORE)
Please check the ortografy to give sense to the sentence, I'll try with this one: Claro que no. Of course not. No te gusta la playa? Don't you like the beach? No, voy a la playa siempre. No, I always go to the beach. No voy a la playa siempre. I don't always go to the beach.
It should be: las dos. This means "The two" (Feminine - people or objects) or it could mean "[it's] two o'clock"
TAPATÃO, A , a person from "Jalisco", Mexico; referred to Jalisco La Perla TapatÃa, ojos tapatÃos (beautiful and big brown or black eyes) .
pupitre is a male noun, therefore it should be "el pupitre". And it means school desk
What is the track listing for En la Playa the live acoustic CD from the Spanish pop rock band Hombres G?
The track listing for En la Playa, the live acoustic CD from the Spanish pop rock band Hombres G is 10 of their songs performed live on acoustics, for a total of 38 minutes.
The English word "the" is translated as "el", "la", or the less common "lo", depending on whether the word is masculine, feminine, or neutral.
If this is a statement: She/he/it is at the beach today. If this is a question: Are you (formal) at the beach today? Is she/he at the beach today?