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14:58 Aug 29, 2000
Spanish to English translations [Non-PRO]
Spanish term or phrase: consado
Tu es consado a hoy?
Nick
English translation:see below
Explanation:
This looks like something someone who really doesn't speak Spanish would try to write out of the dictionary and I'm guessing they wrote consado for cansado thinking they had to change the a to an o for gender. The entire thing is written incorrectly so this is what I'm guessing - or this could be a dialect that I've never heard before. Anyway. I think they mean to say: ¿ Estás cansado hoy? which means : Are you tired today? Hope this helps! Suerte!
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nasee belowMegdalina
naYou are tired today?tuanis


  

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You are tired today?


Explanation:
¿Tú estas cansado hoy?

This is what the sentence would have looked like in proper Spanish

tuanis
Local time: 05:02
PRO pts in pair: 5

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Explanation:
This looks like something someone who really doesn't speak Spanish would try to write out of the dictionary and I'm guessing they wrote consado for cansado thinking they had to change the a to an o for gender. The entire thing is written incorrectly so this is what I'm guessing - or this could be a dialect that I've never heard before. Anyway. I think they mean to say: ¿ Estás cansado hoy? which means : Are you tired today? Hope this helps! Suerte!

Megdalina
PRO pts in pair: 79
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