What is English translation for Cajun phrase como sava?
It just means how's it going.
Hope that helps
The Spanish phrase, 'Como se,' roughly translated into English means, 'how.' The phrase can be anywhere in a sentence and its usage will dictate its precise meaning. For example, 'como se escribe?' mean, 'How do you spell it?' Whereas, 'no fue tan bueno como se esperaba' means, 'It was not as good as expected.'
The equivalent in Brazilian Portuguese of the English phrase 'How do you say' is Como se diz. The pronunciation is the following: KOH-moo see djeesh. And the word-by-word translation is the following: 'como' means 'how'; 'se' 'itself'; and 'diz' 'it does say'. The combination of 'se' and 'diz' is the form of the reflexive verb. So rougher translation that's closer to the literal meaning of the phrase is 'How is it said' or 'How does…