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Translating English words into Spanish. How you say and spell English language words and phrases in the Spanish language.

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Nombre de representante de California a nivel nacional?

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como se llama el representante de california para la ciudadania
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How do you say not much in Spanish?

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Literal translations rarely have the same meaning in both languages, and most translations rely on the greater context of the sentence and/or scenario. For example, the literal translation of "not much" is 'no mucho." But depending on your context, you might also use "No hay mucho (there is not much of a particular physical object)," "poco/poquito (little/infrequent)," or any number of minimizing words. If you mean it as in a response to "What's up?" ("¿Qué tal?" or "¿Qué pasa?") the answer is usually "nada", which means "nothing" in Spanish.
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How do you say what are you doing later in Spanish?

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¿Qué va / van / vas / vais a hacer (más) al rato? ¿Qué hará / harán / harás / haréis (más) al rato?
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What is the word Hmong in Spanish?

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If you are referring to the ethnic group, the Hmong are called Los Hmong.
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Hola amiga como esta tu dia?

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Mi día ha sido bastante bien, hasta ahora. Hello, friend, how is your day? My day has been pretty good so far. One thing - The word for "hello" is "hola", where the "h" is not sounded. "Ola" is a wave (on the ocean).
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What is the name Roy in Spanish?

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It's is the same as English. Roy I hope this helps, however, sometimes it's refer to as Rogelio but that is incorrect. Rogelio is actually Roger in English.
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What does 'Cómo te llamas' mean?

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"¿Cómo te llamas?" means "What is your name?" However, it literally translates to "How do you call yourself?" This is the use of the reflexive verb "llamarse", or "to call oneself". So literally, this means "How do you call yourself?" The proper response in Spanish would be "Me llamo..." then your name. whats your name what is your name what is your name
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How do you say fat in Spanish?

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Gordo means fat in Spanish as an adjective. If you are talking about fat as a noun, than it would be grasa.
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How do you say 'I want a cake' in Spanish?

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Argentina: "Me gustaría/Quiero una torta." --In Mexico, a torta is a special kind of sandwich with a bolillo (roll) for the bread. In Spain, torta is the noun form of the word "slap." Puerto Rico and Spain: "Me gustaría/Quiero un bizcocho." -- "Bizcocho" has an informal sexual meaning in many countries, so it may be best to avoid this phrase elsewhere. Spain: "Me gustaría/Quiero una tarta." (Not to be confused with "torta" above) Mexico: "Me gustaría/Quiero un pastel." FYI: "Quiero pastel." implies "I would like/I want some cake." If you want a cake, implying that you want an entire cake, you would need to add the indefinite article: "Me gustaría/Quiero un pastel."
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How do you say 'Good luck and Goodbye' in Spanish?

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Buena suerte --- good luck Adiós, chao (more confident) --- good bye
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How do you say Steve in Spanish?

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It would be spelt the same but just pronunced differently. It would be pronunced Stiv.
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What is ''sigo tranquila'' in Spanish?

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"Still quiet" Edit: It actually means "I am still calm"
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How do you say out of order in Spanish?

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"No funciona" if you mean something's not working.
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How do you translate the name Sean into Spanish?

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Names do not translate. If my name was Tony, and someone says hello to me they will say, "Hola Tony." Some names have local equivalents (for example, Peter/Pedro) but this is not quite the same thing. If you're looking for a "Spanish name" for your Spanish class or something, "Juan" would probably be the most appropriate.
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What does 'fundido' mean in English?

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Meaning 1: Fundido (all one word) means melted, smelted or joined. ----- I believe that the term "fundido" is commonly used as the English equivalent of "molten" as in molten steel or "melted" as in one of my favorite Mexican dishes, "queso fundido" - a bowl of melted cheese (often with mushrooms, sausage or other foods) that you scoop out and place in tortillas to eat. Meaning 2: Estoy fundido also means I am exhausted.
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What does no trabajo hoy say?

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It depends on the context. It could mean "No work today," but it could also mean "I don't work today."