si de cara

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hey somebody help me on this.How do you say si de cara in english'

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updated OCT 20, 2008
posted by tala20

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Well, if we just guessing, when I first saw it I thought it was probably Sí, de cara where the cara was saying something expensive (as a salesperson would) or dear ( as in some term of endearment), but that's a long stretch.

samdie said:

A wild guess; "c" de "cara" to illustrate the letter "c". (also ignoring the fact that "c" is pronounced "ce" in Spanish)

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updated OCT 20, 2008
posted by 0074b507
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A wild guess; "c" de "cara" to illustrate the letter "c". (also ignoring the fact that "c" is pronounced "ce" in Spanish)

updated OCT 20, 2008
posted by samdie
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Please ask your friend (if at all possible) what she meant, and let us know,please dont leave us wondering. It is important that we learn how to talk logically.

Ma.Crystal said:

Sorry If I made you confused but it is a girl who told that word to me I don't know what does it mean that's why I ask help from you.Hope you do understand but thanks for the reply.

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updated OCT 20, 2008
posted by 00769608
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Sorry If I made you confused but it is a girl who told that word to me I don't know what does it mean that's why I ask help from you.Hope you do understand but thanks for the reply.

updated OCT 20, 2008
posted by tala20
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I was only responding to Ted suggestion.
I don't know what my friend Ma. Crystal was saying.

updated OCT 19, 2008
posted by 00769608
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Ted, Gus: how did you manage to translate "si" as "in"? Is this a new kind of Spanish I never heard of'

updated OCT 19, 2008
posted by lazarus1907
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en tu cara
but if you would like to be real nasty say this, en tu trompa or en tu hosico

loosely translated, in your mouth

trompa and hosico means snout

disclaimer , i don't think that I heard this used in Spanish, but, I think it works. Hopefully we get clarifications.

updated OCT 19, 2008
posted by 00769608
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In your face'

updated OCT 19, 2008
posted by Timo
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What on Earth is "si de cara"? It is hard to translate something that doesn't even make sense in your own language. Can you give us a full sentence'

updated OCT 19, 2008
posted by lazarus1907