What is 'The bear went to sleep' when translated from English to Italian?
"The bear went to sleep!" in English is L'orso è andato a dormire! in Italian.
"Bear" in English means orso in Italian.
"Polar bear" in English means orso polare in Italian.
"Honey bear in Italian." Are you that dumb?
"Candy bear" in English is orsetto di dolce in Italian.
"Panda bear" in English is orso panda.
bear= orso; Cat = gatto or micio
"Bear" is the English equivalent of the Italian name Orso. The masculine proper noun in question also references the constellations known as the Big Bear (Dipper) and Little Bear (Dipper). The pronunciation will be "OR-so" in Italian.
Mamma orsa is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "Mama bear." The feminine singular designation in question serves as a rare instance whereby English and Italian resemble each other in phrase or sentence structure. The pronunciation will be "MAM-ma OR-sa" in Italian.
Orsetta in the feminine and orsetto in the masculine are Italian equivalents of the English phrase "bear cub." Context makes clear which option suits. The respective pronunciations will be "or-SET-ta" in the feminine and "or-SET-to" in the masculine in Italian.
Orsa bruna in the feminine and orso bruno in the masculine are Italian equivalents of the English phrase "brown bear." Context makes clear which form suits even though the second example tends to prevail. The respective pronunciations will be "OR-sa BROO-na" in the feminine and "OR-so BROO-no" in the masculine in Italian.
Bear, as in the animal : Kuma Bear, as in, bear the pain: Shinobu
As in the animal, it is 'kuma.'
It's similar, beer.
The Blackfoot Sioux word for bear is kyi-yoo.
Panda gigante is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "giant panda." The masculine singular phrase most famously references the iconic dà xióng māo ("big bear cat," Ailuropoda melanoleuca) of south central China. The pronunciation will be "PAN-da djee-GAN-tey" in Italian.
Orsa bianca is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "white bear". Specifically, the feminine noun orsa means "female bear, she-bear". The feminine adjective bianca translates as "white". The pronunciation will be "OHR-sah BYAHN-kah" in Italian.
Bell'orso is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "beautiful bear". Specifically, the masculine adjective bello* means "beautiful". The masculine noun orso translates as "bear". The pronunciation will be "bel-LOR-so" in Italian. *The final vowel drops -- and is replaced by an apostrophe -- before a noun which begins with the same vowel.
When translated into Japanese, big bear would be Okina kuma, okina meaning big and kuma meaning bear. In Japanese hiragana, big bear would look like this 大きなクマ.
You may 'chiisai kuma.'
"Black bear" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase orso nero. Specifically, the masculine noun orso means "bear." The masculine adjective nero means "black." The pronunciation is "OHR-soh NEH-roh."
"You're my teddy bear" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase Sei mio orsacchiotto. Specifically, the verb sei means "(informal singular you) are". The masculine possessive adjective mio means "my". The masculine noun orsacchiotto means "bear cub, teddy bear". The pronunciation will be "say* MEE-oh OHR-sahk-KYOHT-toh" in Italian. *The sound is similar to that in the English noun "day".
The bear eats birds.
白い熊 shiroi kuma.
My preacher said mature, bear fruit (as in a tree). It's translated in the bible as perfection, unfortunately.
The Italian translation fo bear is Orso.
El es como un oso grande.
exactly translated it means to be "as strong as a bear" or in more general terms it means to be really strong.
Bern is a German word. It is a city and canton in Switzerland. The word is related toBär, German for bear. The city's mascot is a bear, it was supposedly named after Duke Berchtold killed a bear there in 1191 a.d. There is also a bear pit in Bern.
Arktikós (ἀρκτικός) is a Greek equivalent of the English word "arctic." It also translates into English as "northern" and "of the (Great) Bear" through its origins in the ancient Greek word árktos (ᾰ̓́ρκτος, “bear, Ursa Major”). The pronunciation will be "ARK-tee-KOS" in Aeginan Greek.
Yona is the word for Bear
Sopportato is an Italian equivalent of the English word "borne." Specifically, the Italian word is a verb. It is the masculine singular form of the past participle of the infinitve sopportare ("to bear, to tolerate"). The pronunciation is "SOHP-pohr-TAH-toh."
The apache word for bear is " maba", but it is also translated as sŭsh by Edward S.Curtis in his book The North American Indian, the glossary of which provides excellent translations from English to Apache, Ficarilla, and Navaho. Related translations are nepotonje which means bear-watcher, and shozlitzogue which is the name Yellow-Bear.
a teddy bear because it will smuther you in your sleep a teddy bear because it will smuther you in your sleep A teddy bear it attack straight in the heart. Grizzly attacks will heal. :)
They sleep in bushes or in trees.
Bernadetta is an Italian equivalent of the English name "Bernadette". Specifically, the name is a feminine proper noun. It originates in the older German words bern, bero ("bear") and hard, harti ("strong"). The pronunciation will be "BER-na-DET-ta" in Itailan.
They sleep the way humans do. first the bear will make a whole beside or under a tree then he will find a right spot to sleep inside (for forest bear only)
The koala bear sleeps in trees. They can sleep for up to 20 hours a day and are mostly nocturnal animals.
it is "orso"
click on the sleeping icon
This Latin quote could possible mean to fight (pugna), to love (ama), to fight with arms (arma), and to bear (ferre).
white bear=orso biancho/ polar bear=orso polare
There is actually no such language as "Swiss". Switzerland has 4 official languages: 1. German 2. French 3. Italian 4. Romansh
What is the title of the book where the Dad Bear can't sleep because the Mom Bear is snoring and the Baby Bear is playing with an airplane so he tries to sleep in the kitchen and out in the car?
Peace At Last by Jill Murphy
Yes bear live eat and sleep in the mountsin
bear claw is in English, do you mean, what the Gaelic translation of the English phrase "bear claw"?
His teddy bear.
熊 (kuma) is the Japanese word for "bear" and we can attach 子 (ko) to indicate "child", thus 子熊 (kokuma) would mean "child bear" or "cub". Other instances where this is done is with puppy (子犬, koinu) and kitten (子猫, koneko).