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12:08 Jun 20, 2001
English to Hindi translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: dog
I love you so much. i can't live with out you. i need you in my life. you are my everything.
Asha
Hindi translation:kutta
Explanation:
The translation of "dog" is kutta. If you want the translation of the sentence that follows then it is:
"Mujhey tum se itna prem hey keh men tumhare bina ji nahi sakti (sakta). Mujhey tumhari zrorat hey, tum mera sab kuch ho."
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Majid Khan
Local time: 17:35
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na +2kutta
Majid Khan
naKutte
Roomy Naqvy
naKuttarobees1


  

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3 hrs peer agreement (net): +2
kutta


Explanation:
The translation of "dog" is kutta. If you want the translation of the sentence that follows then it is:
"Mujhey tum se itna prem hey keh men tumhare bina ji nahi sakti (sakta). Mujhey tumhari zrorat hey, tum mera sab kuch ho."

Majid Khan
Local time: 17:35
Native speaker of: Native in SlovenianSlovenian, Native in UrduUrdu
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agree  robees1: simplest
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agree  chopra_2002
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1 day 12 hrs
Kutta


Explanation:
it can not be simpler than kutta

robees1
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1 day 23 hrs
Kutte


Explanation:
'Dog' is 'kutta' but if you refer to someone you say 'kutte'. Your other sentences would read 'Main tumhe bahut chahti hoon. Main tumhare bina nahi reh sakti. Mujhe tumhari zaroorat hai. Tum mere sab kuchh ho.'

The only thing, however, that I fail to understand is the use of the word 'dog' here. In Hindi, it would be have a negative meaning.

Best regards
Roomy Naqvy

Roomy Naqvy
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Local time: 22:05
Native speaker of: Native in HindiHindi
PRO pts in pair: 12
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