How do you say Girl in Brazil?

How do you say woman in Brazil?

A woman is an adult female human being.

  1. American English: woman /ˈwʊmən/
  2. Arabic: اِمْرَأَة
  3. Brazilian Portuguese: mulher.
  4. Chinese: 女人
  5. Croatian: žena.
  6. Czech: žena.
  7. Danish: kvinde.
  8. Dutch: vrouw.

How do you call a girl beautiful in Portuguese?

1. Complimenting Someone’s Look

  1. Você é linda/lindo. (“You are beautiful/handsome.”)
  2. Que bonita(o) está hoje. (“You look good today.”)
  3. Você tem um sorriso lindo. (“You have a beautiful smile.”)
  4. Você é muito charmoso(a). (“You’re very charming.”)
  5. Você é estiloso(a). (“You’re stylish.”)
  6. Que gatinho(a)!

How do you say beautiful lady in Brazil?

Gatinha – Babe (pronounced “gah-cheen-ya”)

Literally meaning kitty, gatinha is used in a number of contexts but is commonly used to mean babe or beautiful or sexy girl.

What is a Menina?

noun. In Spanish and Portuguese contexts: a young girl; (sometimes) specifically a young lady-in-waiting.

What is yes in Brazil?

sim. More Portuguese words for yes. sim particle. yea, yep.

What does Cara mean in Brazil?

Cara. “Cara” literally means face. As a slang term, it’s a word we use to talk about a young man we don’t know. So, to use “cara” (guy) and “gato” (handsome), which you’ve already learned how to use, we could say: “Viu o cara de azul na praia? Um gato!”

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What does Gata mean in Brazil?

It means “cat” (yes, the animal) but here, in Brazil, this word can also be used when we think a person, man or woman, is attractive, for example: “Ela é uma gata” translated.

What does Manina mean in Spanish?

noun. In Spanish and Portuguese contexts: a young girl; (sometimes) specifically a young lady-in-waiting.

What do you call a Portuguese girl?

[ɡəːl ] small) menina (BR) ⧫ rapariga (PT) young woman) jovem f ⧫ moça.

What is the difference between garota and Menina?

Menininha is little girl. Garota tends to be used more for teenagers, but it can also be used for children too. Again, you can say “garotinha” specifically for small children.