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13:32 Apr 28, 2005
Spanish to English translations [Non-PRO] Other
Spanish term or phrase:So dimelo que eres tu mente
a guy wrote this to me, he says he\'s from the dominincain repbulic, and i don\'t know that language
Explanation: no wonder! Weird way of writing! dimelo means "tell me", tu mente means "your mind" and eres is "you are". Now...literally it would mean something like "so tell me what are [yes, are] your mind".
I guess he meant "so dime lo que tienes en mente" (so tell me what's that you have in mind).
Just guessing, some words are missing there. Kinda gobbish.
Maria Belen Local time: 18:18 Native speaker of: English, Spanish