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Category: Vocabulary/Translations
Discussion: How to say 'I miss you' in as many languages as possible

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20553
How to say 'I miss you' in as many languages as possible
Hello, I would like to know how to say 'I Miss You' in as many languages as possible please. Many thanks

Language pair: Spanish; All
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rani

October 17, 2003

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20577
Re:How to say 'I miss you' in as many languages as possible
Well, in Thai, if you are a man, you would say "Phom - kid -thoung- khun-krab". But if you are woman, you would say "chan -kid -thoung -khun-kha".

hope this help.


Language pair: Spanish; Thai
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Siree
Thantip

October 18, 2003

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20582
Re:How to say 'I miss you' in as many languages as possible
you say 'naan unnai ilanduvitten'-in Tamil(a south indian language)for'i miss you'.

Bye,

pandiarajan.

Language pair: Spanish; Tamil
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pandia
rajan

October 18, 2003

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20587
Re:How to say 'I miss you' in as many languages as possible
In Spain it's said "Te echo de menos" or "Te extraño". The first one is more usual.

Sara :)

Language pair: Spanish; English
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Sara
October 18, 2003

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20620
Re:How to say 'I miss you' in as many languages as possible
Well,in Chinese(Mandarin) we say "ÎÒÏëÄã"(Wo xiang ni),and in French they say "Je te pense".:)

Language pair: Spanish; All
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Vago
PAN

October 19, 2003

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20655
Re:Re:How to say 'I miss you' in as many languages as possible
in fact, in french, we say "Je m'ennuie de toi" or "Je pense à toi". "Je te pense" is not far, but incorrect.

Language pair: Spanish; All
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Frances
October 19, 2003

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20671
Re:How to say 'I miss you' in as many languages as possible
In German, you can say "Ich vermisse dich." or "Du fehlst mir."

Language pair: German; English
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Geli
October 20, 2003

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20846
Re:How to say 'I miss you' in as many languages as possible
It is "Ya skuchayu bez tebya" in Russian
"Maen saensiz darikhiram" in Azeri
"Seni ozleyiram" in Turkish
And if I am not mistakeb "Li manco" in Italian

Language pair: Spanish; All
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Nurlana
Askerova

October 24, 2003

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20856
Re:Re:How to say 'I miss you' in as many languages as possible
Te extraño is the phrase for I miss you in Spanish

Language pair: Spanish; All
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Marcela
F

October 24, 2003

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20867
Re:How to say 'I miss you' in as many languages as possible
I've learned that in Arabic "I miss you" would be:

Ana mushtaa'lak (masc.) (A woman would say this to a man.)
Ana mushtaa'lik (fem.)(A man would say this to a woman.)

or

Ishtaa'tillak (masc.) (A woman would say this to a man.)
Ishtaa'tillik (fem.) (A man would say this to a woman.)

Language pair: English; Spanish
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Weezie
October 24, 2003

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20912
Re:Re:How to say 'I miss you' in as many languages as possible
With a little correction:
Turkish: "Seni özlüyorum"
But we rather use it with past tense : i missed you: "seni özledim".

Language pair: Spanish; All
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alantugba
October 25, 2003

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20918
Re:How to say 'I miss you' in as many languages as possible
In Danish it is " jeg savner dig"

Language pair: Spanish; All
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Heidi
October 25, 2003

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21193
Re:How to say 'I miss you' in as many languages as possible
In Polish you can say „I miss you” in 2 ways (just like in German):
“Têskniê za tob¹” (=Ich vermisse dich) or
„Brakuje mi ciê” (=Du fehlst mir)


Language pair: Spanish; Polish
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Marcin
October 31, 2003

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21370
Re:How to say 'I miss you' in as many languages as possible
In Chinese Madarine is WO Xiang Ni(ÎÒÏëÄã)
In Contonese is WO HOU GUA JU NEI £¨ÎҺùÒסÄ㣩¡£

Language pair: Spanish; All
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Jerry
Cheung

November 3, 2003

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21431
Re:How to say 'I miss you' in as many languages as possible
In Italian.

Mi manchi

Language pair: Spanish; All
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Luigi
November 4, 2003

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21609
Re:Re:How to say 'I miss you' in as many languages as possible
³Ê ´Ù½Ã º¸°í½Í¾î. Nuh dahshi bogoshippuh. In Korean. We really don't have exact translation of I miss you. We say I want to see you again.

Language pair: Spanish; All
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Yung Hee
Lee

November 8, 2003

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21727
Re:Re:Re:How to say 'I miss you' in as many languages as possible
In Romanian, I Miss You is: Mi-e dor de tine.

Language pair: Spanish; All
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Lana
C.

November 11, 2003

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21938
Re:Re:Re:Re:How to say 'I miss you' in as many languages as possible
How to say 'I miss you' in Dutch (Belgium or The Netherlands) =
ik mis je

Language pair: Spanish; All
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Gary
November 17, 2003

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22239
Re:How to say 'I miss you' in as many languages as possible
in portuguese you could say: "sinto sua falta" or "sinto falta de você" that would really mean "i miss you".
But im portuguese we usually say "Estou com saudade de você"; where 'saudade' is the feeling of missing someone.

Language pair: English; Portuguese
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calebe
November 24, 2003

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22278
Re:Re:How to say 'I miss you' in as many languages as possible
Hi, in Russian it will sound as "ya po tebye skuchayu" and in Ukrainian "ya za toboyu sumuyu" :))

Language pair: English; Portuguese
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Lena
November 25, 2003

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22322
Re:How to say 'I miss you' in as many languages as possible
AMHARIC LANGUAGE:
MALE SAYING "I MISS YOU TO A FEMALE: Nefkeshignal
FEMALE SAYING "I MISS YOU TO A MALE": Nefhehignal

Language pair: Spanish; All
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Larry
W

November 26, 2003

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23114
Re:How to say 'I miss you' in as many languages as possible
In Estonian it would be "Ma igatsen su järele"


Language pair: Spanish; Estonian
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Jaan
December 14, 2003

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24781
Re:How to say 'I miss you' in as many languages as possible
HI! This is how you say "I miss you" in tagalog which is from the Philippines.

Namimis ko kayo diyan

Good luck!

Language pair: English; Filipino (Tagalog)
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Danilyn
Green

January 19, 2004

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