Some fish do, but not exactly like humans. Bony Saltwater Fish lose water by osmosis. To replenish the lost water, the fish need to drink.
No, fish do not get thirsty.
No, if they are living under WATER they will never be thirsty.
The cast of Fish in the Sea Is Not Thirsty - 2002 includes: Geneva Carr as Veronique Jinoh Park as Youngchul
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Either you are a fish or pissibly you need to be checked for diabetes. Diabetes makes you thirsty a lot.
Törstig = thirstyI am thirsty = Jag är törstigYou are thirsty = Du är törstigAre you thirsty? = Är du törstig?
tienes sed = you are thirsty tengo sed = I am thirsty
Thirsty is NOT a verb
tengo sed = I am thirsty tienes/usted tiene sed = you are thirsty
It depends on how it is used in a sentance. If it is like this: I am thirsty, then it is an adjective.
thirsty is an adjective like the thirsty man drank a gallon of water man is the noun and thirsty is modifying it
I am thirsty - J'ai soif you are thirsty - tu as [or vous avez] soif
you get thirsty because there is a lot of sugar in it and sugar makes you thirsty.
Physically yes, He was thirsty. Spiritually, He was thirsty for the lost sheep.
Only if you think they do! Yes. Fish that live in saltwater lose moisture from their bodies through osmosis. These fish need to drink lots of water, or they'll become dehydrated. The extra salt is then simply excreted.
The ancient Greeks ate fish, and wheat for breakfast. But if they got thirsty, they drank beer and wine.
The dog was Thirsty. This is one of many examples for sentence use.
Huh? I'm not thirsty.
ye quite thirsty