Whats mande in english?

Last Update: May 30, 2022

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Asked by: Mrs. Prudence Wehner DVM
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The word "mande" means "say again", and it's NOT something to learn. At least in Spain. It's a word from the past, that some of us use as a sort of a joke, and remains as a real term in very old people in small villages.

What does Mande mean in Spanish slang?

In any case, if you want to translate the term mande in Spanish, its literal meaning is something like “command me” or “give me an order.”

Is saying Mande rude?

In my opinion, the word "mande" is very formal and you can say it with people which you think you have to show an respectful attitude (saying this, I'm not saying you don't show a respectful attitude towards other people, I'm just saying is more formal and those person could be for example parents, boss or something ...

Is it rude to say que?

In english, even among friends, it is considered rude to say "what" when you either didn't hear the person or you didn't understand, is it the same in spanish....is it rude to say "qué" when you either didn't understand or missed what a friend has said.

What countries use Mande?

Mande languages, a branch of the Niger-Congo language family comprising 40 languages spoken by some 20 million people in a more or less contiguous area of southeastern Senegal, The Gambia, southern Mauritania, southwestern Mali, eastern Guinea, northern and eastern Sierra Leone, northern Liberia, and western Côte d' ...

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What are you doing in Spanish slang?

One is “¿Qué estás haciendo?” (it literally means “What are you doing?” in Spanish).

What does what mean in Spanish?

The most common translation of "what" is qué. Cuál is sometimes used for "what" when implying a choice.

Why does como mean what?

What does Como mean? "Como" means "How" or "like(when used to compare)". For example, if you wanna ask "How are you?" you say "¿Cómo estás?" or you can use it to compare something, for example "She swims like a fish" would be "Ella nada como un pez".

What is your name in Spanish?

What's your name? = ¿Cómo te llamas?

How do you say can you please repeat in Spanish?

¿puede repetir eso, por favor?

What is Munday in Spanish?

It is in the dictionary: it is the 3rd person of the present subjunctive of "mandar" (to tell what to do), used as a polite request. It roughly translates as "Tell me'", but a better translation would be "Pardon'", "What did you say'". It is also used in Spain, and it is considered quite polite. posted by lazarus1907.

What does the Spanish word Monday mean?

“Monday” in Spanish is lunes, which comes from the word luna for “moon”.

What is the difference between Dime and Digame?

They both mean tell me. Dígame is in the usted form, so you would use it with any adults with whom you are not very familiar. Dime is for children, peers, and adults with whom you have a friendly, more intimate relationship relationship.

What is Hijole?

Interjection. ¡híjole! (Mexico, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Costa Rica, Bolivia, Ecuador, Nicaragua) used to denote surprise or the state of being impressed, similar to wow or whoa.

Where does Mande come from?

The Mande are located primarily on the savanna plateau of the western Sudan, although small groups of Mande origin, whose members no longer exhibit Mande cultural traits, are found scattered elsewhere, as in the tropical rain forests of Sierra Leone, Liberia, and the Côte d'Ivoire.

What is a Mandi?

The word mandi comes from the arabic word nada, meaning dew, and reflects the moist 'dewy' texture of the meat. Mandi is usually made from rice, meat, and a mixture of spices. ... Mandi serves as the main dish considered served during special events, such as weddings and feasts.

What is your name in Arabic?

what is your name? ما اسمك؟

How do you say hello what is your name in Spanish?

If you want to say the phrase “hello my name is” in Spanish, you would say, “Hola, mi nombre es [your name].” A more relaxed version of the same expression would be, “Hola, me llamo [your name].” Want to ask someone what their name is?

What is your full name in Japanese?

お名前は何ですか? Onamae wa nan desu ka? What is your name?

Can Como mean because?

Because. ONLY at the beginning of a sentence in a structure: como + cause + effect/consequence.

How can como be used?

Generally speaking, the adverb como has a comparative meaning. You can use it with the verb ser (to be) to compare things, people, actions, etc. There are different ways in which this como can be used, but it usually translates as "as" or "like."

Does cuando mean what?

Cuándo = when ="at what moment in time" (interrogative and exclamative adverb) Cuando = when (relative adverb)

Do they speak English in Spain?

But... do people in Spain speak English? ... Most of the people in Spain only speak Spanish and just a few speak very well English. Only at touristic attractions and in those surroundings people know English and most of the time their English is limited.

What do u mean in Italian?

Yes, cosa vuoi dire is an idiomatic expression for "what do you mean?".