sorry you are leaving ferro, i am going to miss jamming with you.

Spanish translation: see below

08:19 Aug 23, 2000
English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: sorry you are leaving ferro, i am going to miss jamming with you.
sorry you are leaving ferro, i am going to miss
jamming with you.
kevin zink
Spanish translation:see below
Explanation:
I'm confused by ferro - is it ferro that's leaving? Then this is it:
Siento mucho que te vas ferro, voy a extranar improvisando contigo.

But if someone is leaving ferro (a place? a band?), it would be:
Siento mucho que estas dejando ferro, voy a extranar improvisando contigo.

Hope this helps! Suerte!
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Megdalina
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correct !
kevin
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5 hrs
see below


Explanation:
I'm confused by ferro - is it ferro that's leaving? Then this is it:
Siento mucho que te vas ferro, voy a extranar improvisando contigo.

But if someone is leaving ferro (a place? a band?), it would be:
Siento mucho que estas dejando ferro, voy a extranar improvisando contigo.

Hope this helps! Suerte!

Megdalina
PRO pts in pair: 55
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thanks so much for your assistance. it was very helpful and
correct !
kevin
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7 hrs
VER ABAJO


Explanation:
Creo que ferro es la empresa Ferro. Si es así, entonces: Siento que te vayas de Ferro, voy a echar de menos embrollar contigo. Familiarmente Jam = aprieto, lío, embrollo, enredo. En España y en otras latitudes también se diría mejor (aunque un tanto obsceno): voy a echar de menos joder contigo o echar vainas contigo. Espero sea de ayuda.

Leonardo Lamarche (X)
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PRO pts in pair: 591
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