Se andentra--What does it mean?
What does se andentra mean? I've looked in dictionaries, and I've used countless translation sites on the computer, and I haven't been able to come up with a translation. I've also tried looking up andentrarse to no avail.
If you would be so kind, please interpret the following text:
Nació en 1973 en Purullena, Granada. Actualmente, como una dimensión más ... poeta, por su camino de palabras, se andentra más rápido en el sendero de la luz. ...
Always welcome, Warren, any time....
Thank you. I should know that text that is provided on television and on the internet can be misspelled. You're absolutely right that adentrase makes perfect sense in my text.
Thanks a million because it was driving me crazy that I couldn't find it in any of my Spanish dictionaries, encyclopedias or on any of the good Spanish reference sites on the internet.
Hi Warren, the word:
does not exist in Spanish. I is a simple spelling/printing mistake. Adentrarse makes perfect sense in your text.
I haven't misinterpreted the text. I've seen se adentra, but that is not the word I've seen in the text. The partial quote that I had on my initial inquiry was an actual cut and paste job, but I actually saw se andentra in the information section vis-a-vis a television program.
sorry I wrote "en al mar", it's "en el mar"
adentrarse is the verb, double click!
This sounds the most likely Warren. Have you misinterpreted the text'
Hello Warren, I think the right word is "se adentra", you can also look on a translator for the verb: "adentrarse" (to go deep).
El mono se adentra en la selva cuando hace mucho calor.
Los marineros se adentran en al mar para buscar atunes.