What does muy bueno mean?
It means cheyenne barker es very good. haha just kidding it mean "very good"
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Buenos Aires literally means "Good airs" . But the better translation is really "Fair winds"
'Muy caliente' means very hot in reference to an object. You would not say 'muy caliente' about the weather. In order to saythat it is hot out, as in high temperatures, you would say 'Hacecalor.' You would also not say 'muy caliente' about a person who isattractive - in that case, it has another (i…nappropriate) meaningentirely! To say someone is 'hot' in the attractive way, you wouldsay 'Ãl/ella estÃ¡ bueno/a.' You could also use the words guapo/a,atractivo/a, or bonito/a. (MORE)
actually bad is in English if you wanted to say very bad you would say muy mal . Very bad
buenos dias means "Good Morning" (before noon), use Buenas Tardes after noon, and buenas noches instead of good evening, to say "hello" you can also use Hola, Buen Dia (good day) or just "Buenas" (at all times)...
Very pretty/beautiful. This is describing a girl because it ends in "a" bonitA. instead of "bonitO".
Muy mal = very bad. Example: El es muy mal = He is very bad.
The English translation for this Spanish phrase is ' Well, I haveclass.' or understood to also mean 'Well. I have to go to class.'Although the Spanish word 'Bueno' can be translated as good, thegiven phrase uses it as an adverb.
"Good day" in Spanish. Actually it is the plural, literally "good days". You also might hear "buen dÃa", the singular form. Both would be translated the same way.
The Spanish phrase es bueno means it is good. It can also refer toa person, meaning he is good.
It is supposed to be written as "muy bueno" and it means something very good!!!
use it exactly as "Good Morning" (before noon), use Buenas Tardes after noon, and buenas noches instead of good evening, to say "hello" you can also use Hola, Buen Dia (good day) or just "Buenas" (at all times)... use it exactly as "Good Morning" (before noon), use Buenas Tardes after noon, and b…uenas noches instead of good evening, to say "hello" you can also use Hola, Buen Dia (good day) or just "Buenas" (at all times)... (MORE)
Very Good!. Mucho or muchos (a lot, plenty, many, very, etc).. Bien (good, well, fine, okay, etc).. ?Como estas? (How are you?). Bien or Mucho bien. (Good or very good.)
\n"She is very content", meaning she feels content, happy or pleased with the outcome of something.
This is a spanish phrase. It should read, "buenos di a s mi mujer muy bonita", and means, "good morning my very beautiful woman"
"No such thing as "buenos dios". However, there are two posibilities here. First: "buenos dias" which means "good day" and it is used in a way of a salute such as "good morning" or " have a good day". Second possibility would be: "bueno, dios" which is used as "oh well god"." Direct Translation it… means "Good God" (MORE)
Muy hermoso is used several ways. Es usted muy hermoso - You are very kind. Te ves muy hermoso con el traje - you look very handsom wearing a suit. Que hermoso es el nino pequeno - (watch out for this one) - the child is very cute. Look up the word in a spanish - English dictionary for samples of al…l the uses. (MORE)
Definitions of MUI on the Web:. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia . Multilingual User Interface ( MUI ) is the name of a Microsoft technology for Microsoft Windows , Microsoft Office and other applications that allows for the installation of multiple interface languages on a single s…ystem. On a system with MUI, each user would be able to select his or her own preferred display language. MUI technology was introduced with Windows 2000 .. Functionally, MUI packs for a certain product perform the same task as localized versions of those product, but with some key technical differences. While both localized versions of software and MUI versions display menus and dialogs in the targeted language, only localized versions have translated file and folder names. A localized version of Windows translates the base operating system, as well as all included programs, including file and folder names, objects names, strings in registry, and any other internal strings used by Windows into a particular language. Localized versions of Windows support upgrading from a previous localized version and user interface resources are completely localized, which is not the case for MUI versions of a product. MUI versions of a product do not contain translated administrative functions such as registry entries and items in Microsoft Management Console . The advantage of using MUIs over localized versions is each user on a computer could use a different language MUI without requiring different versions of software installed and dealing with the conflicts that could arise as a result. For example, using MUI technology, any version of Windows can host Windows applications in any other language. MUI products are available only through volume agreements from Microsoft. They are not available through retail channels. However, some OEMs distribute the product. Check %windir%\Mui for muisetup.exe and run the program to see available languages (%windir% is the "Windows" folder, usually on the c:\ drive). (MORE)
It means "you are very handsome/hot." Or you can say "eres muy guapa" for a girl and it means the same thing.
\nAre you asking what "muy bueno" means? or "mi amor" (there is no U)\n. \nMuy bueno = very good\n. \nmi amor = my love
No. bueno is the male adjective defining a person or thing that is good. You can also say hello by using the expression Â¡Buenas!
Aye is an expression of excitement, muy means very, caliente means hot.. Woah, that's very hot!
\n. \ngood or well\n. \n. \n. \n. \n . Bueno is "good." Bien is "well."
El gusto es mio means the pleasure is mine. Su espanol es muy bueno means your spanish is very good
"Bueno para" means "Good for". It is pronounced "BWAY-no PAH-rah". Please see the Related link below for confirmation of the translation.
A response, usually, from a person that has been asked: how are you feeling. "I feel very bad", or "sick".
"muy mal" en ingles es "very bad". Necesitas estudiar tu espanol y eschuchar a tu profesor
The Spanish saying "es no bueno" means "it's no good." "Es" is for"it," "no" means the same thing in both languages, and "bueno"means good.
El tiempo has two meanings: the time or the weather depending on context. This sentence could mean: The time is not very good. Or The weather is not very good. Depending on which version makes sense in the rest of the text.
If you are a teacher, you could say this quite often, hopefully. "You are a very good student."
It means something like "hot stuff" or "big shot." For example, "Te crees la muy muy" means, "You think you're hot stuff," implying the person is full of herself.
Si muy bien = Yes, very well (Where 'si' has accent over 'i') (If no accent, 'if very well')
Jake I believe that he is very well don't worry. Probably you want "cree", which would be "Jake believes he is very well don't worry."
It means: "Good Morning, mommy" (It's like a compliment, but very informal, usual on street language to say hello to a pretty woman)
"Estoy no bueno" is improper structure. Probably should be "No estoy bueno" It means "I am not well" ("I am sick") No soy bueno = I am not good. (I am not a good person)
Literally, this means "I am good", but you would not use the verb "ser" for this. Properly, this should be "Estoy bueno".
"Soy muy aburrido" in Spanish means "I am very boring" Note that it is not the same as "I am bored".
is not a very well written phrase, is like a computer translationfrom another language, but it roughly means: "it's not a very beautiful lady"
that means "very kisses last night" if you were trying to say 'muchos besos anoche' then it would be 'many kisses last night'
J'adore faire means I love to do ... in French. The rest doesn't mean anything.
Depends on the context. Food: "It is very tasty/good" - "It's very rich (in flavor)" about a pool water or other such thing with a feminine word "It is so lovely/good" About money: She is very rich - the proper way to say this particular would be "Es muy rica", but it could be a misuse or a…n implied temporary wealth. (MORE)
It means "He or she is very nice". It actually conveys somewhat more than that, but English really doesnÂ´t have comparable words to express it.
It means "very attractive", applied to a female. "Muy guapo" would be "very handsome" applied to a male.
"EstÃ¡ muy mal" could mean several things depending on context. One might be "is very poorly". Another would be "it is very bad". Still another would be "He/she is not very well", or "You are very bad". To be more precise, you would need to put the phrase into a complete sentence.
Wrong usage of "are" Tu es muy bonito = your is very pretty. TÃº eres muy bonito = You're (you are) very pretty. This statement is being made about a boy. If the intention is to speak to a girl then the word "bonita" should be used.
Churra is slang for guapa, equivalent in english to the expression: "looking good!!" Guapa meaning lovely, beautiful.
This sentence is grammatically incorrect, but it means: "What a good bonus/cousin!" (It should be que buena prima for a female cousin and que bueno primo for a male cousin).
There's a spelling mistake so I don't know if my translation is correct, but I'll say it anyway "Ok, you never answered, see you tomorrow, my grandpa is very sick"
A very good morning to you, my girlfriend, most beautiful in this world. A more grammatically correct version of this sentence in Spanish would probably be "Buenos dÃas, mi novia, la mÃ¡s bonita del todo el mundo."
buenos = good (for masculine plural nouns) entonces = then otros = others (for masculine plural nouns)
Beuno means no in English so if someone says to you no Beuno that means no good meaning your up to no good or what you did was bad. Beuno doesn't seem like an English word but is is one which is no Beuno