What does manger mean?
Manger means a shed where animals take shelter.
It means that some where in a manger, or some where there is a manger. Or it could mean that some where to the east there is a manger.
The English equivalent of the verb, manger, is: to eat
"j'aime manger" means "I like to eat"
le bon manger = good eating!
qu'est ce que tu veux manger? What do you want to eat.
== == I am going to eat.
The Greek word for manger can mean both a stall (enclosure for animals) and a feed container for cattle. The container could be made from wood or stone.
It means, "I want to eat".
Manger is the French verb "to eat". It literally means "keeper of the food", or pantry supervisor. It usually refers to the task at hand, though.
The dining room.
It means dining room, or the room that you eat in.
There is no such word in English - you may mean mauger, mawger or meager or manger
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porte a manger.
I'm going to eat fries.
"manger" is the verb "to eat", "mange" or "mangea" are present and past tense forms of it.
to go (to the shops) to buy things to eat
If by Manager you mean Gustavo Roque then he's played by Stephen Glickman but if you mean Griffin then I don't know...
a manger a manger a manger
Please put fresh hay in the manger, as we are expecting visitors. The manger is in the barn.
No. Child in a Manger is to the tune of Morning has Broken, whereas child in a manger born is a completely different song.
Elle lui dit son chien aime manger les chats means "She told him that her dog likes to eat cats".
hmm... if in 'delivered' you mean born then yes. he was delivered in a manger because when Virgin Mary came to Bethlehem to give birth to the Lord's son, Jesus, there was no place to stay. every house was filled. People were even sleeping on the floor. So Mary went to an animal manger, and there she gave birth to Jesus Christ.</
It means The Christmas tree and The manger (nativity scene)
Usually when people talk about a manger in the Catholic Church, they are talking about the Manger Jesus was born in.
Manger is the verb "to eat" in french.
A manger is like a feeding trough
a duty manger is a just like a manger but a duty manger could work in a hotel or a sport center
The Greek word for "Manger" is "φάτνη".
Itzik Manger was born in 1900.
Albert Manger was born in 1899.
Albert Manger died in 2007.
Josef Manger was born in 1913.
Josef Manger died in 1991.
James Manger was born in 1958.
a manger is a container for animal feed.
No, Scooter Braun is his manger.
Manger Square a city square in the center of Bethlehem, Palestine. It takes its name from the manger where Jesus is said to have been born.
Hay, primarily. Silage can also be kept in a manger. A feed trough or feed bunk is another word for a manger.
Itzik Manger died in February 1969.
it is a manger, a food trough for animals is a manger
at a store you have a manger and a assistant manger at stores
what are the notes for away in a manger on the recorder
Her husband is cece winans manger
The current manger is Dave Trembley
The duration of From the Manger to the Cross is 1.18 hours.
A manger (French - manger - to eat) is used to store hay and animal fodder. The animals (cows) were lead in to the manger in the evening to eat and possibly to be milked at the same time. They were then shut in, or into the byre, for security during the night.
If you mean the manager of Cafe Mew Mew, it's Keiichiro Akasaka (Wesley). But if you mean the manager of the Mew Project itself, then it is Ryou Shirogane (Elliot).
The question 'Est-ce que tu aimes manger' asks Do you like to eat? In the word-by-word translation, the verb 'est' means '[he/she/it] is'. The demonstrative pronun 'ce' means 'this'. The conjunction 'que' means 'that'. The personal pronoun 'tu' means 'you'. The verb 'aimes' means '[you] like, love'. And the verb 'manger' means 'to eat'.
The statement 'Je voudrais manger des legumes' means I'd like to eat some vegetables. In the word-by-word translation, the personal pronoun 'je' means 'I'. The verb 'voudrais' means '[I] would like'. The verb 'manger' means 'to eat'. The preposition 'de' and the definite article 'les' means 'from, of' and 'the'. And the noun 'legumes' means 'vegetables'.