What is the translation of ma petite chouchou?
my little cutiepie (feminine cutiepie)
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spanish for more or "mildly amused smirk" much more appropriate than lol (laugh out loud) in most situations
Om Shree Matre Namaha I bow to the Mother Jai Ambe Gauri, Jaya Shyaamaa Gauri Hail to the/Golden Mother Hail to the Black Mother Jaya Jagatambe, Hey Ma Durga! Victory to Ma Durga, the Mother of the World
"Ma petite means my child." Literaly , in French it means "my child" however in the context of the Anita Blake series he calls her that as a term of endearment and also because she is small "petite" meaning small also. I think lastly also to annoy her as she may be small but in no way would the …connotation of "petite" ie fragile apply to Ms. Blake. I think.. "Ma Petite" translates literally as "my small" or "my little" but is meant as "my little one" it is a term of endearment in french much along the lines as "my sweetie pie" Un petit homme - A little man Une petite quantitÃ© - a small quantity 'Je t'aime ma petite fille jolie' - I love you my pretty little girl or I love you my pretty daughter ( Full Answer )
"more than nothing/anything" is often given and would be correct inSpanish, but in Brazilian Portugese it is a put-down expression:"Yea, right / Don't be silly". Here is the complete text of thesong, plus translation: O aria raio, oba oba oba Mas que nada Sai da minha frente Eu quero passar Pois o …samba estÃ¡ animado O que eu quero Ã© sambar Este samba Que Ã© misto do maracatu Ã samba do preto velho Samba do preto tu Mas que nada Um samba como esse tÃ£o legal VocÃª nÃ£o vai querer que eu chegue no final In English: Oh! a raio song, wow wow wow Yeah, right Get out of my way I want to get in Because that's one bitchin' samba And I want to dance to it That samba Is a mix with the maracatu (another samba style) It's the samba of the old black man The samba of the black person in you Yeah, right A samba like this should be almost illegal And you'd wish I would never stop ( Full Answer )
The statement 'J'aime beaucoup ma petite amie' means I love my girlfriend a lot . In the word-by-word translation, the personal pronoun 'je' means 'I'. The personal pronoun 'te' means 'you'. The verb 'aime' means '[I] love'. The adverb 'beaucoup' means 'a great deal, a lot'. The possessive adject…ive 'ma' means 'my'. The adjective 'petite' means 'little, small'. The noun 'amie' means 'female friend'.. The letter 'e' is dropped in front of a word that begins with a vowel or an unaspirated 'h'. ( Full Answer )
It is either "Mon petit chouchou" (m) or "ma petite chouchoute" (f) Chouchou means "someone's favorite" Petit(e) means little it is pejorative when it is the "teacher or boss' favorite". But it is quite kind if a friend says to you "t'es mon chouchou"
The English translation of 'a tout chouchou' means to every pet . In the word-by-word translation, the preposition 'a' means 'to'. The adjective 'tout' means 'each, every'. And the noun 'chouchou' means 'pet', or any term of affection between those who are close.
"I love you, little angel" is a literal English equivalent of the French phrase Je t'aime, petit ange . The pronunciation will be "zhuh tehm puh-tee-tawnzh" in French.
This looks like someone used Google Translate to translate "I love you a little", but it literally means "I love you, random little person". I you want to say "I love you a little bit", it would be "Je t'aime un peu".
The phrase 'Je t'aime, ma petite fille jolie' means I love you, my pretty little daughter [or girl]. In the word-by-word translation, the personal pronoun 'je' means 'I'. The personal pronoun 'te' means 'you'. The verb 'aime' means '[I] like, love'. The possessive adjective 'ma' means 'my'. The …adjective 'petite' means 'little, small'. The noun 'fille' means 'daughter, girl'. The adjective 'jolie' means 'pretty'.. The letter 'e' drops in front of a word that begins with a vowel or an unaspirated 'h'. ( Full Answer )
The statement 'Je t'aime ma petite amie' means My girlfriend, I love you . In the word-by-word translation, the personal pronoun 'je' means 'I'. The personal pronoun 'te'* means 'you'. The verb 'aime' means '[you] like, love'. The possessive adjective 'ma' means 'my'. The adjective 'petite' means '…little'. The noun 'amie' means 'female friend'. *The letter 'e' is dropped in front of a word that begins with a vowel or an unaspirated 'h'. ( Full Answer )
Algo Mas means "Something more"?. Algo mas means anything else?, you may hear this in a spanish shop. The shop keeper will ask you if you want anything more or anything else.
"Ma petite chÃ©rie" referring to a female, or "mon petit chÃ©ri" when referring to a male are just terms of endearment in French, but if you want a literal translation, it would be, "my little dear."
I agree, my little friend. (feminine: ma petite copine - masculine : mon petit copain)
After you, my little one is an English equivalent of 'Apres toi, ma petite'. The words in French are pronounced 'ah-preh twah mah puh-teet'. In the word by word translation, the preposition 'apres' means 'after'. The feminine possessive 'ma' means 'my'. The feminine adjective/noun 'petite' m…eans 'little one, dear one'. ( Full Answer )
Un petit recoin is a French equivalent which begins with the word petit and which is an equivalent of the English phrase "a small hideout." Specifically, the masculine singular definite article un means "a, one." The masculine adjective petit means "little, small." The masculine noun reco…in means "corner, hideaway, hideout, nook, recess." The pronunciation will be "eh puh-tee reh-kweh" in French. ( Full Answer )
'Le petite chien' is not right. It should be 'le petit chien' for male dog and 'la petite chienne' for female dog. It means The little dog.
ma chÃ©rie means 'my darling' (speaking of a female person) in French. Î³Î»Ï ÎºÎµÎ¹Î¬ Î¼Î¿Ï [gleekia mou], ÎºÎ±Î»Î® Î¼Î¿Ï [kalee mou], Î±Î³Î±ÏÎ·ÏÎ® Î¼Î¿Ï [aghapiti mou]
"But love, no!" is a literal English equivalent of the Italian phrase Ma l'amore, no! The declarative statement in question most famously references a song which regularly gets interpreted since a definitive performance by Rome-born Italian composer and conductor Ennio Morricone (born November 10,… 1928). The pronunciation will be "ma la-MO-rey no" in Italian. ( Full Answer )
what could I do from my humble position? or: what could I do from my seat? or: what could I do of my little place, (in what could I have turmed my place into)
Without the accent, mas is a conjunction "but". Much more commonly, it appears with an accent, mÃ¡s. This means "more", "plus", "most."
"But because" as a statement and "But why" as a question areliteral English equivalents of the Italian phrase Ma perch? Thepronunciation will be "ma per-KEY"* in Italian. *The sound is similar to that in the English exclamation "Hey!"
if i am not wrong it should be ants in english. There are too many phrases in Mandarin that sound phonetically similar to 'ma-yi', e.g. èè --> ants, éº»è¡£ -->clothes made of hemp, æ¹æ¤ --> wipe (the) chair, etc. Not possible to answer without further details.
well it doesn't really sound right but if you put a comma after t'aime it means this: Je t'aime, ma petite amie. - I love you, my girlfriend. If you want to say 'I love my girlfriend' you have to say: 'J'aime ma petite amie.'
Je t'aime aussi, ma petite chÃ¨vre! in French means "I loveyou too, my little goat!" in English.
"The little dead person, love..." and "the small dead person, the love..." are English equivalents of the incomplete French phrase le petit mort, l'amour . Context makes clear whether the words possibly compare love to a small death or enumerate things in connection with someone's demise. The pronu…nciation will be "luh ptee mor la-moor" in French. ( Full Answer )
" A young animal " isjust one of many possible English equivalents of the French phrase une petite . Specifically, the feminine singularindefinite article/number une means "a, one." The femininenoun petite translates as "a baby animal, a darling, apetite female, a petite size, a young animal"… according to context.The pronunciation will be "yoon puh-teet" in French. ( Full Answer )
" But pride ..." is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase Ma l'orgoglio ... . Specifically, the conjunction ma means "but." The masculine singular definite article l' * means "the." The masculine noun orgoglio means "pride." The pronunciation is "mah lohr-GOH-lyoh." *The article …actually is il . But the vowel i drops before a noun that begins with a vowel. It is replaced by an apostrophe immediately after the remaining letter l in the article and immediately before the first letter in the following noun. ( Full Answer )
"petit bateau" means small boat in French. This is also a brand name for young children's clothes.
that's French, my little doe (biche is sometimes used as an endearing term, like Honey)
"But I function" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase Ma fungo . The conjunction and first person singular present indicative also translate into English as "But I serve (stand in, work)." The pronunciation will be "ma FOON-go" in Italian.
"un mas" is a traditional farm or large rural house in south-eastern France (especially the region of Provence).
ma petite vache means 'my small / my little cow' in English. but this is only a word for word translation . the real meaning is "little monkey" . however little monkey would be an insult in french especially for a little girl implying ugly and hairy. the same apply in english if I call my daughter a… little cow in the uk I will get some funny look I personally got round it with minimoo ( Full Answer )
"The little Matterhorn" is a literal English equivalent of the French phrase Le Petit Cervin . The pronunciation of the masculine singular proper noun -- which references a lodging promoted as the "sister hotel" of Mont Cervin in Zermatt, Switzerland -- will be "luh puh-tee seehr-veh" in French.
"Small exchange office" is a literal English equivalent of the French phrase petit bureau de change . The pronunciation of the words -- which translate literally as "small-sized office for (currency) exchange" -- will be "puh-tee byoo-ro duh shawnzh" in French.
"My little heart" is a literal English equivalent of the French phrase mon petit coeur . The pronunciation of the masculine singular adjectives and noun will be "mo puh-tee kuhr" in French.
Salut: Literally, my little. That's it; but, when used in french, it is a loving term meaning my little sweetie, love, or something like that.
Depending on context, it could be a little extravagance I've treated myself to, or my foible, the silly thing i often do.
"The little simpleton" is a literal English equivalent of the French phrase le petit nigaud . The pronunciation of the masculine singular definite article, adjective and noun will be "luh puh-tee nee-go" in French.
This is a strange sentence, but it means "You are very pretty, my little cousin. You love yourself."
Nothing. Maybe you mean "ma petite oursonne" (my little (female) bear cub), talking about a small girl, but that would be weird. More context, better transcription?
"petit chapeau" (singular) and "petits chapeaux" (plural) translates as "small hat / small hats" in English.
The Spanish phrase Los Mas Buscados translates to The Most Wanted in English. This phrase is most commonly used in reference to the FBI's Top Ten Most Wanted list.
" Of the farmhouse " is one English equivalent ofthe French phrase du mas . The phrase -- which identifies aparticular style of farmhouse common to the southern French regionof Provence -- will be pronounced "dyoo ma" or "dyoo mass"depending upon the speaker's birthplace.
Chouchou - 2003 is rated/received certificates of: Australia:M Brazil:12 France:U Switzerland:12 (canton of Geneva) Switzerland:12 (canton of Vaud)
"Grandson" is an English equivalent of the French word petit-fils . The pronunciation of the masculine singular noun -- which translates literally as "little son" -- will be "ptee-fees" in northerly French and "puh-tee-fees" in southerly French.
Yes, she dies. She is shown being murdered in a fantasy sequence,and she survives a murder attempt by Maggie, but Ma Petite finallygets taken down by Dell. Dell wakes Ma Petite up and gives her adress, but when she goes to hug him in thanks, he smothers her. The actress Jyoti Amge played Ma Petite …on American Horror StorySeason 4: Freak Show. ( Full Answer )
"My girlfriend does likewise (the same)" is an English equivalent of the French phrase Ma petite copine en fait aussi . The pronunciation of the declarative clause in the third person singular of the present indicative will be "ma puh-teet ko-pee-naw feh o-see" in French.
"Little love" is a literal English equivalent of the French phrase petit amour . The masculine singular adjective and noun also may be rendered into English as "small love." The pronunciation will be "ptee-ta-moor" in northerly French and "puh-tee-ta-moor" in southerly French.
"Little" as a feminine plural adjective and "little ones" as a feminine plural noun/pronoun are English equivalents of the French word petites . Context makes clear which meaning suits. The pronunciation will be "puh-teet" in French.