If you are sending a picture or photo to someone, you could say "¿Recibiste el cuadro (la foto)?" If you are using the English idiom as "did you understand?", then you would say "¿Entendiste?" If you are asking if someone was succesful in taking a picture, you could say "¿Has sacado la foto?"
Tiene usted/tienes una imagen (formal/informal)
Translation: Vi tus dibujos/fotos.
Translation: Vi el dibujo.
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The Spanish word is pelÃ­cula (picture, motion picture). Another word for a film is cinematogrÃ¡fico.
It means "Is this your photo?" in Spanish.
Is that a picture?
Me gusta tu foto.
"ves mi foto?"
muestra tu foto
Me gusta esta foto
"Picture" or "square" in Spanish is "cuadro". It is pronounced "KWAH-drow". Please see this site for confirmation of the translation: http://www.answers.com/library/Translations
Tu foto es caliente.