puedo ['pweðo], using the IPA, which is recommended in Spanish pronunciation manuals.
The sound [ð] is pronounced like that in English this. Phonetically it's an "interdental approximant".
The symbol ['] stands for the stressed syllable.
It means 'I can'
The root of the word puedo is poder, which means "to be able". When you use the word puedo, you're referring to yourself. It means: "I can".
Example: "Puedo ganar" means "I can win".
"Puedo ayudarle" means "can I help you?" in English.
no puedo vivi (vivir!) I cannot live......
"Puedo hablar en inglés" translates to "I can speak in English" in English.
puedo ir ? puedo asistir ?
No puedo (hacerlo) That means I can't do it. If you just want I can't, use no puedo
Gibberish. [Puedo] [yo] [no suaves] [I can] [I] [not smooths/softs]
¿Puedo ir al baño? in Spanish is "May I go to the bathroom?" in English.
¿Puedo verte? or maybe ¿Puedo salir contigo?
It means "And how can I know with whom I am speaking?"
You could say "Y no puedo negar". Notice Spanish does not make use of contractions as English does.
It means, "the worst [thing] I can say to a man..."
Formal: ?Puedo unir con Ud.? Informal: ?Puedo unir contigo?