you) vamos | vamo’ → let’s go! ( us)
What is Vamos Brazil?
man: let’s go.
Is Vamos a Portuguese word?
Spanish, Portuguese or Brazilian they do speak the same words – Vamos.
What does ATA mean in Brazil?
it means “got it” or ” ok understood”
See a translation. 3 likes. Deleted user. 3 Feb 2017. There is a fruit named ‘ata’ in Brazil, which can also be called ‘fruta-pinha’.
What does AI mean in Brazil?
E aí is one of the most popular informal greetings in Brazil these days. It simply means hello or hi. Its main uses are as follows: 1.To answer the phone when you see that a friend is on the other side.
What is the meaning of Forca Portugal?
Força Portugal (Portuguese for Forward Portugal) was a Portuguese right of center political alliance consisting of the Social Democratic Party and the People’s Party. The parties contested together in the 2004 European Elections.
How do you say Allez in Italian?
va-t’en! ; allez-vous-en! ; partez! ; allez! ; allons!
|L’esclavage contre l’holocauste, allez !||La schiavitù contro l’olocausto, andiamo!|
What does ATA mean family?
|Word/name||Arabic, Fante, Old Turkic|
|Meaning||Gift in Arabic; one of the twins in Fante; forefather in Turkish|
|Region of origin||Southeastern Europe, Asia Minor; Middle East; Western Africa. In Ogba language West Africa, Nigeria, it means, “Child.”|
What is Eita mano?
Man-to-man carries a different meaning in English than mano a mano; it is defined as “characterized by frankness and honesty – usually used of a discussion between two men,” or “of, relating to, or being a system of defense (as in football or basketball) in which each defensive player guards a specified opponent.”
What does SS mean in Brazil?
Double Letter Grade
|SS||9.00 – 10.00||Superior (Superior)|
|MS||7.00 – 8.99||Médio Superior (Medium Superior)|
|MM||5.00 – 6.99||Médio (Medium)|
|CC||Crédito Concedido (Credit Granted)|
What does Fala mean in Brazil?
means “talk” but its also a slang that the meaning would be the same as “what’s up”
How do you say cool in Brazil?
Bacana. The word bacana means “good” or “awesome.” You might hear someone exclaim Que bacana! (“That’s awesome!”) when they hear about your latest Brazilian travel plans.