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"tien que te"

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A gang member yells during a gang fight, while shooting from a car, "Tien que te" phonetically sounded like" tee-en-cue-tay. Need to know meaning and correct Spanish spelling please. Thank you!

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updated MAY 2, 2010
posted by feliciamattle

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Looks like you live in a really tough neighborhood.

You might think about moving!

That being said, it could be something with the verb tener (conjugated) + infinitive, which means "have to" or "must" + whatever the infinitive is.

So, maybe the last word you heard was some infinitive, and the person was saying something like "You have to...or You must...”

Good Luck!

updated MAY 2, 2010
posted by Rolest
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I have never heard this expression; however, I have never been interested in the multilation of any language on the part of elements of subhumanity. I doubt there are any bangers here, but if there are, they will be most happy to help.

updated MAY 2, 2010
edited by 005faa61
posted by 005faa61
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