Asked in Spanish to English
What is 'amante de la mina' when translated from Spanish to English?
"Lover from the mine," "lover of the mine," and "mine-lover" are English equivalents of the Spanish phrase amante de la mina. The pronunciation of the prepositional phrase will be "a-MAN-tey they la MEE-na" in Spanish. ...
What is the spanish word for lover?
'Amante' is a Spanish equivalent of 'lover' in the sense of another person. It's pronounced 'ah-MAHN-teh'. The word 'aficionado' is an equivalent in terms of a 'lover' of a sport, for example. It's pronounced 'ah-fee-syoh-NAH-thoh'. ...
Asked in English to Spanish
How do you say if you will be my lover?
Answer 1 Si fuera, fuese (usted) / fueras, fueses mi amante. But as far as I know: "if you will be my lover" is not very common in English. Is it? Answer 2 The above translation is "If you were my lover." If you want a translation of "If you will be my lover" it would be "Si será (usted) / serás mi amante". I assume that there will be a second clause also in the future tense, i.e. "then I will marry you"...
What is the phrase 'I love you so much my lover' when translated from English to Spanish?
Te amo tanto mi amante.