How do you say you are thirsty in spanish?
tienes sed = you are thirsty
tengo sed = I am thirsty
how do you say "are you thirsty" in spanish?
You would say "no tengo sed". LIterally, this is "I do not have thirst".
tengo sed y tengo hambre
in Spanish you would say "tener sed" , which literally translates into to "to have thirst". You then have to conjugate the verb tener.
tengo sed = I am thirsty tienes/usted tiene sed = you are thirsty
For "You are very hot and thirsty", you would use "tiene mucho calor y tiene sed." For "I am very hot and thirsty", it is "Tengo mucho calor y tengo sed".
I am thirsty - J'ai soif you are thirsty - tu as [or vous avez] soif
Tengo sed, which means I have thirst is more common. Yo soy sediento literally means I am or I'm thirsty. To apply that to other subjects, you need to conjugate tener to the subject. So tener sed means 'to have thirst', so if you want to say "you are thirsty" you would conjugate 'tengo' into 'tienes', so you would say "Tu tienes sed."
Sitio Sanguinis is Blood Thirsty in Latin.
thirsty 목말라요. Mok Mal La Yo
I think they say wolves are blood thirsty because people aren't sure about wolves.
You say "I am thirsty" in Yoruba language of the Western African origin as "Orungbe ngbe mi".
Él tiene mucha sed
'Tengo sed' literally means 'I have thirst', but translates to 'I'm thirsty.'
のどが渇く /no do ga ka WA ku/ is a phrase meaning 'one's throat is dry', in different conjugations it is used to say '....am/is/are/was/etc + thirsty'. E.g. 'I am thirsty' would be 'nodo ga kawaite imasu'. 渇く /ka WA ku/ itself is also used alone, meaning 'to be thirsty'. E.g. 'she was thirsty' would be 'kanojo WA kawaite imashita'.
hunger und durst.
"Tener sed" is the way you express "thirst" in Spanish. "Tengo sed" is literally "I have thirst", but is usually translated as "I am thirsty".
hello my blood of blood
You say "did not" in spanish as "no".
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'Kawaki' is a noun meaning "thirst." I am thirsty is: "Nodo ga kawakimashita" - which basically means "my throat is dry." They don't say "I am thirsty".... hope this is helpful! ^_^
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Törstig = thirsty I am thirsty = Jag är törstig You are thirsty = Du är törstig Are you thirsty? = Är du törstig?
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It means she is thirsty. Literally translates to "She has thirst."
Amanda et Carine ont soif
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I thirst/I am thirsty (said by a male) = ani tsameh (אני צמא)I thirst/I am thirsty (said by a female) = ani tsme'ah (אני צמאה)
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