Please translate kero for me
What does kero or keros mean in english?
I have seen that used on multiplayer online role-playing games by Spanish speakers. "te kero" is slang writing for "te quiero", in which case that means I love you or I want you in English as in You are dear to me.
"kero" really isn't a word. This isn't the best example, but it is similar in English when people say I gotta go soon or something like that. "gotta" isn't a really a word, at least not a word a foreigner learning English would recognize.
Wiki has this great list on internet chat and this link includes kero as quiero as well as explanations. Sorry it's in spanish, but that gives people good practice.
Watashi to deka kero....
Kero could be short for Kerosene (queroseno) - unless the speaker was Japanese then it could be:
"watashi to deka kero" - I'm also going out lol
Possibly it is a spelling error? Could it be 'quiero' or 'quieres' = try doubleclicking those words for your translation!
"watashi to deka kero"
Watashi mo dekakemasu (for women). Watakushi/boku/ore mo dekakeru (for men).
Querer- To want or to love Yo quiero- I want Tú quieres- You want él ella Ud.Quiere- He, she it, loves Nosotros-Queremos- we want Ellos Ellas Uds. They (Males) want, They (females) want Uds. you all want.