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Textrano? Can anyone help

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Hello,

The word 'textrano' was sent to me in a text from Mexico, but cant find it on here or any of my books. Can anyone help?

Kate

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updated MAY 30, 2008
posted by Kate

9 Answers

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I prefer the spanish "echar de menos"

updated MAY 30, 2008
posted by Eddy
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te extrano means i miss you

updated MAY 30, 2008
posted by Samantha
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pierdale''?

I don't think so. perder means get lost or lose...

updated MAY 28, 2008
posted by 00494d19
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Hiya, I think I found pierdale in a book or the dictionary... but guess I will use textrano in future ! thank you all for your help

updated MAY 28, 2008
posted by Kate
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That's it: te extraño: I miss you

In Spain we would say: Te echo de menos.

updated MAY 28, 2008
posted by 00494d19
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I´m not sure. I´d have to see the context.

updated MAY 28, 2008
posted by swally13
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Thank you very much for your prompt reply! I thought it might be something similar but when I entered extrano it came up with strange, weird etc so it threw me ... Does pierdale mean 'miss you' also? Kate

updated MAY 28, 2008
posted by Kate
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HI Kate, can you give the whole sentence'

updated MAY 28, 2008
posted by 00494d19
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T = te very common in text messages because its shorter and faster. (like u = you)

Te extraño = I miss you.

updated MAY 28, 2008
posted by swally13
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