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This sentence was initially added as a translation of sentence #3539007.

मज़े करो ।

added by nurendra, 2014-10-05 03:43

#3539007

linked by nurendra, 2014-10-05 03:43

#3539007

unlinked by CK, 2014-10-16 05:17

#3897153

linked by shashank19gaurav, 2015-02-26 18:53

मज़े करो।

edited by sabretou, 2015-03-10 04:55

#21267

linked by sabretou, 2015-03-10 04:56

#21269

linked by sabretou, 2015-03-10 04:57

#21274

linked by sabretou, 2015-03-10 04:57

#21268

linked by sabretou, 2015-03-10 04:57

#588490

linked by sabretou, 2015-03-10 04:57

#2090344

linked by sabretou, 2015-03-10 04:57

Sentence #3539272

hin
मज़े करो।

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eng
Have fun.
eng
Have a nice time.
eng
Have a good time.
eng
Enjoy yourself!
eng
Enjoy.
hin
मज़े करना।
mar
मजा कर.
ara
استمتع بوقتك.
ben
আনন্দ কর।
ben
মজা কর।
ben
আনন্দ করুন।
ben
মজা করুন।
ber
Akud igerrzen.
bul
Забавлявай се.
bul
Забавлявайте се.
cmn
玩得開心。
玩得开心。
deu
Viel Vergnügen!
deu
Viel Spaß!
deu
Feier schön!
dtp
Alansan no daa aramai kou hino.
ell
Καλή διασκέδαση.
ell
Καλή διασκέδαση!
eng
Have fun!
eng
Enjoy yourself.
eng
Enjoy!
epo
Multan plezuron!
epo
Amuziĝu!
epo
Amuzu vin.
epo
Ĝuu.
epo
Ĝuu!
epo
Bone amuzu vin!
est
Lõbutse hästi.
fin
Pidä hauskaa!
fin
Pitäkää hauskaa!
fin
Pidä kivaa!
fin
Pitäkää kivaa!
fin
Pidähän hauskaa!
fin
Pidähän kivaa!
fin
Pitäkäähän kivaa!
fin
Pitäkäähän hauskaa!
fin
Nautihan olostasi!
fin
Nauti.
fin
Nauttikaa.
fra
Amuse-toi bien !
fra
Amusez-vous bien !
fra
Amusez-vous bien !
fra
Passe du bon temps !
fra
Passe un bon séjour.
fra
Passez un bon séjour.
heb
תיהנה!
heb
תיהני!
heb
תיהנו!
heb
תבלה בנעימים.
hin
मौज करना।
hrv
Zabavi se.
hun
Érezd magad jól!
hun
Szórakozz jól!
hun
Jó szórakozást!
hun
Kellemes időtöltést!
hun
Érezd jól magad!
hye
Զվարճացեք:
hye
Զվարճացիր:
isl
Skemmtu þér vel.
isl
Skemmtið ykkur vel.
ita
Divertiti!
ita
Divertitevi!
ita
Si diverta!
ita
Divertiti.
ita
Divertitevi.
ita
Si diverta.
jpn
楽しんでね。
jpn
楽しんできなさい。
jpn
楽しんで来て。
jpn
楽しんできてください。
jpn
楽しんできてね。
jpn
楽しいひとときを。
jpn
楽しんでいってください。
kab
Faṛeṣ tagnit!
kab
Faṛes ɣef yiman-ik!
kab
Faṛeṣ ɣef yiman-im!
kab
Fares.
kab
Farset.
kab
Farsemt.
kur
Keyfa xwe meyzê.
kzj
Lamazo no sondii!
lat
Oblecta te!
lat
Delectare.
lat
Delectamini.
lit
Pasilinksmink.
mkd
Забавувај се.
mkd
Убав помин.
nds
Veel Spaaß!
nld
Veel plezier!
nld
Amuseer je!
nld
Geniet ervan.
pol
Miłej zabawy.
pol
Baw się dobrze!
pol
Baw się dobrze.
por
Divirta-se.
por
Diverte-te!
por
Divirtam-se!
por
Divirta-se!
por
Aproveite!
por
Aproveita!
por
Curta!
rus
Наслаждайтесь.
rus
Развлекайтесь.
rus
Хорошо провести время!
rus
Наслаждайся!
spa
¡Que se divierta!
spa
¡Diviértete!
spa
Diviértanse.
spa
Pásala bien.
spa
Pásenla bien.
spa
¡Pásatelo bien!
srp
Забави се.
srp
Lepo se provedite!
srp
Лепо се проведите!
swe
Ha det så roligt.
tgl
Magpakasaya kayo.
tgl
Magsaya ka.
tgl
Magsaya kayo.
tha
ขอให้สนุก
tlh
yItIv'egh!
toki
o musi.
tur
Eğlenmenize bakın.
tur
İyi eğlenceler.
tur
Keyfinize bakın.
ukr
Насолоджуйтесь.
ukr
Насолоджуйся.
ukr
Отримуй задоволення.
ukr
Бажаю тобі добре провести час.
ukr
Бажаю вам добре провести час.
ukr
Насолоджуйся!
yid
פֿאַרגינט זיך!
yue
玩得開心啲喇!

Comments

CK CK 2014-10-16 05:14 link permalink

Is this a sentence?

The English that is linked to this wasn't, so I deleted it..

मज़े करो ।
ENJOY

nurendra nurendra 2014-10-16 05:27, edited 2014-10-16 05:28 link permalink

Yes. This is a completely valid sentence in Hindi because the language does not necessarily need a subject.

CK CK 2014-10-16 05:39, edited 2014-10-16 05:41 link permalink

Is the Hindi used as an imperative meaning "Have fun." or "Enjoy yourself."?

If so, you can ask to have the 2 linked together and any advanced contributor can link them for you.

This would also mean that perhaps these can also be linked.

[#21267] Have fun. (CK) *audio*
[#21274] Enjoy yourself! (Nero) *audio*
[#21269] Have a good time. (CK) *audio*

nurendra nurendra 2014-10-16 06:07 link permalink

No the literal conversion would be "Enjoy do".............this is just a verb.......with no subject.