The phrase 'kenyang banget' in English means 'very full'. A person says 'kenyang banget' when they feel very full after eating.
It means absolutely nothing in Spanish. Directly translated it says: "Me you I talk, it is you like"
says... its the same for both Spanish and English :)
The English equivalents of the Portuguese and Spanish words 'te' and 'nada' are the following: 'te', which is the direct object form of the second person pronoun, is 'you'; and 'nada', which is the third person form of the verb 'nadar', is '[he/she/it] swims'. But the verb doesn't take a direct object in Portuguese, or in Spanish. And so the phrase instead must be 'de nada', which may be an answer to being thanked. For it's the equivalent of the English 'You're welcome', 'No problem', 'It's no problem', or 'Don't mention it'.
The phrase, the one that says, is translated into the Igbo language as "onye na-ekwu."
One may find the answer to this by using Google translate. The translation that came up there is that it says "the language of butterflies". This is translated from Spanish to English.
u click on on the button that says appear in English or it depends if you have a spanish computer.
'Igualmente' is a Spanish expression that means 'the same for you' in English, for instance: If someone says 'Que tengas un buen dÃ­a' in Spanish, which means 'Have a nice day', it's perfectly correct to answer 'Igualmente' as a courtesy phrase.
Grass. It can also mean "Herb". There is a Spanish phrase that says "Hierba buena". It is not a "good herb", but rather peppermint. 'La hierba" can also be a slang reference to Marijuana.
E pluribus Unum is a Latin phrase. Translated into English it means, out of many, one. This phrase is on the seal of the United States of America.
Yes, she does. She speaks Spanish and English; she says so on her website. It's not for sure if she is fluent in English but she says she knows it.
Nous parlons anglais is the phrase which is in French. It says we speak in English in French.