What does the phrase Que es mas macho mean?
There was a skit on the TV show "Fridays" (a show that competed with SNL back in the early 80's) of a game show asking the question: "Que es mas macho?" The skit had non-Spanish speakers doing a Spanish-language game show, where the question was always "Que es mas macho?", and the contestant was given a choice of 2 different unrelated items (Such as Lloyd Bridges or a volcano). The Spanish dialogue was so simple that anybody could understand it.
There was also a Laurie Anderson song called "Smoke Rings" that featured the same question, done in the same format as the TV skit used.
The phrase is Spanish for "Who is more 'macho'."
Translation: What a handsome guy
Yo soy mas macho que usted.
It likes you, but... Que te gusta, mas mas --- but, nonetheless más --- more, the most...
I don't have anything more to give you is the English equivalent of 'No tengo mas que darte'. In the word by word translation, the adverb phrase 'no...mas' means 'no more'. The verb phrase 'tengo...que' means '[I] am having, do have, have to'. The verb 'dar' means 'to give'. The personal pronoun 'te' means 'you'.
Te amo mas que ella means I love you more than she does
Every day that passes I feel that I love you more (or I want you more) kiero is actually spelled "quiero".
eres mas que sol que salen en la manana - you are more than sun coming out in the morning
you think that guy is better looking?
Roughly "What more do you mean?"
better than nothing.
It means "What else?" in Spanish.
Which are something more
This phrase in English translates to: I was tryimg to say that I am very proud of you my friend.
It means ''more than love''.
It means: What more you do with them?
No hay mucho mas que una persona feliz = There is nothing much (better) than a happy person.
Te quiero mas que a el. Me gusta la pizza mas que la hamburguesa. Me gusta el verano mas que el invierno. How many do you need?
This means, "The most macho man in the world..."
what child more beautiful
It means, "What foods to you like most."
"Stronger than the sun"
"Te voy a amar la mas que yo puedo" means "I'm going to love you as much as I can."
Limpias la casa mas que él - You clean the house more than he (does). Limpias la casa mas que el - You clean the house more than the.... Accents/tildes change the meaning of some words so they are important.
We never thought that we would be more than friends
"tu eres mas bonita Rosa y mas billante que cien diamantes" means "You are prettier and brighter pink (or rose) than one hundred diamonds." (Google Translator)
mas que nunca, mas que siempre
"Necesito mas de ti, quiero que sepas mas, te amo" Translated directly into English "I need more from you, I want you to know more, I love you." It means, I need more of you, I hope that you know that I love you.
it means: "no more than me, mommy"
It means: may they be much more
Mas Alla means life after death, afterlife, or other world in English.
Amor mio, no se (accent on the 'e') = I don't know, my love. Tu piensa(s) (que) tu eres mas smart que.... = You think you are smarter than.... (I suspect the 'Me' in 'Mean' is supposed to be the end of the above sentence)
Mas que Nada was created on 2006-05-29.
It means The donkey is smarter than you.
what dose conocido mean
Cuando usted está en amigo
This means something prettier than you
I love you more than my life
That means "I love you more than anything".
It means "The most beautiful thing I have."
Mas que Amor... Frenesi was created in 2001.
yo soy mas inteligente que tu, means ''I am more smart than you are."
The Spanish translates as two more I think
its now well written, im not sure if you mean, "quien te besa mas?" which is, "who kisses you more?" or: "who kisses you more than i do?" which would turn out being like: "quien te besa mas que yo?"
pisale mas al acelerador
it means : " I love you more than anything "
It means "one more and I promise that I will"
Está mal dicho: que más quieres que te digo. Debe de ser: ¿Qué más quieres que te diga? --- What else do you want me to tell you?
Translated to: "Nothing more than luck." NOTE: If there was an "`" over the e at the end of "que" making it "qué", it would be "what" and not "than".
Te quiero mas que mas que las estrellas la y Luna in English means I love you more than the stars and moon.
I love you more than you think.