Pardon! That actually is how to say pardon. =)
Perdona means pardon, or pardon me.
You can say "pardon me" in place of "excuse me." "Pardon me" is a nice way of apologizing to someone.
To say "pardon me", after bumping into someone for instance, it is "perdone". To say "I am sorry" in more serious situations it would be "lo siento"
I beg your pardon is "je vous demande pardon ?" in French.
Te perdono. te - you (familiar objective case form) Perdonar - To forgive; to pardon; to excuse
I means "pardon me".
Sorry, pardon me
There is the expression "Con permiso", which you can add to mean "pardon me". However, if you need a verb, it would be "Perdóneme" in Spain and "Discúlpeme" in most Latin American countires.
Pardon-moi is used as an exclamation to say "Excuse-me" or "Pardon-me". In some registers of English, "Sorry" is used for this expression, but Pardon-moi is used only in the "Excuse-me" sense of "Sorry"."Je suis desole" means "I am sorry" in the full sense of having remorse for an action. However, like English, it is relatively weak without clarification as to what you are sorry about.If you were asking me personally about what you should say if you really hurt a woman you are in love with, "I am sorry" does not cut it in any language. I would actually describe the remorse that I feel and how important it is to me that she is feeling better or well.As for the Spanish and Italian equivalents of the French phrases:French ---------------------------- Spanish ---------------------------- ItalianPardon-moi / Excuse-moi -- Perdoname / Disculpame --- ScusiJe suis desole ------------------- Lo siento -------------------------- Mi dispiace
Lo siento = I'm sorry ¡perdón = Pardon
Pardon/excuse my slowness/delay
To use "i beg your pardon" walk up to someone you do not know and say "i beg your pardon" followed by a question. it is merely said to offer your pardon from interrupting whatever they may be doing and for walking up to them as a stranger.
A criminal pardon releases people from prison or otherwise absolves them from punishment. Otherwise, pardoning someone is just forgiving them. For example, if you bump into someone, you say pardon me.
If you mean translated in Spanish to English it means "pardon me" or "excuse me"
Excuse me or Pardon me. Sometimes even, "May I please have a tissue/kleenex" (if necessary) after excuse or pardon me.
Pardonnez-moi - or - excusez-moi.
Ursäkta mig or just Ursäkta.
Yes, it is better to say pardon instead of what because waht may sound rude. Some people also say sorry.
How do you say ophra in spanish? That is how you say "ophra" in spanish.
if you have manners you would say excuse me, pardon me, or bless me. bless me is better.
it means they swore and say pardon my french it is just a saying
if you want to say not in spanish you would say no.