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(Video) Basta Meaning

bound, obliged, tied

बँधा हुआ, जमा हुआ, तह किया हुआ, गाँठ, अचल, किताबे या काग़ज़ बाँधने का कपड़ा (प्रत्य.) बाँधे हुए, जैसे--कमरबस्तः, कमर कसे हुए, दस्तबस्तः, हाथ बाँधे हुए।









bound, obliged, tied


بسته basta

P بسته basta [Pehl. baśtak; Zend basta, rt. band; S. baddha, rt. bandh], part. adj. & s.m. Bound, shut, closed, fastened, folded up; frozen, congealed;—cloth in which anything is folded up, wrapper; parcel, bundle (as of papers or books), bale:—basta iṣlāḥ-denā, basta bāṅdhnā, v.n. To tie up a bundle, fold up and put away (papers, &c. in an office), to close (office).

بستا बसता bastā imperf. part. of basnā

H بستا बसता bastā (imperf. part. of basnā), adj. Populated, inhabited (a village).

بستا बस्ता bastā

H بستا बस्ता bastā, s.m.=بسته basta, q.v.


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Does basta mean enough? ›

Basta is the imperative form of the Italian verb bastare, “to stop.” It's a forceful way to command: That's enough!

What does it mean when someone says basta? ›

Italian and Spanish verb

bas·​ta ˈbä-stä : that's enough : stop it!

What does basta mean in sicilian? ›

The basta gesture means basta!, "enough!"

What does batsa mean in Italian? ›

BASTA expresses the idea that something needs to end because we can't take it anymore, but it can take on a more specific meaning to indicate that a precise action or thing needs to stop.

How do you say enough in Italian slang? ›

enough! basta! enough's enough! (informal) adesso basta!

What is the short meaning of enough? ›

1. : in or to a degree or quantity that satisfies or that is sufficient or necessary for satisfaction : sufficiently. : fully, quite.

What is a synonym for the word basta? ›

suffice, to Verb (suffices; sufficed; sufficing) be sufficient, to Verb (is sufficient; being sufficient) be enough, to Verb (is enough; being enough) be adequate, to Verb (is adequate; being adequate)

What does Basta mean in Mexico? ›

¡Ya basta! is a phrase in Spanish roughly approximate to "Enough is enough!" in British English or "Enough already!" in US English.

How do Sicilians say thank you? ›

The expression 'Grazie assai' is more colloquial and is primarily used to say thank you very much in Italian in the southern regions of Italy, such as in Rome, Campania and Sicily.

How do you say beautiful girl in Sicilian? ›

Trùoppu Bedda/u – Beautiful

So beautiful in Sicilian is Trùoppu Bedda – if your partner is female or identifies as such – and Trùoppu Beddu – if your partner is male or identifies as such. Keep in mind that Italian, in general, has a grammatical distinction between Male and Female.

What is the Sicilian swear word? ›

The term minchia, pronounced /meenkia/, has the exact same meaning and usage as cazzo, but note that it is a feminine noun. It originates from the Sicilian dialect, and is now common anywhere in Italy. Minchia and cazzo can be used interchangeably.

What does Boo mean in Italy? ›

Boh is a word that you will hear a lot while in Italy. I use it all the time. It basically means “I don't know, who knows”.

What is Bambi Italian? ›

A diminutive of the Italian word bambino, which means “child,” Bambi has fewer letters but a lot of character.

What does Pika mean in Italian? ›

pica {noun} (craving)

What does chooch mean in Italian? ›

What does "chooch" mean? The word chooch is another bastardization of a word in Italian, ciuccio. In most of Italy, this means "pacifier", but in southern Italian slang, it means "donkey". The southern Italian migrants to the U.S took this term and over time it became chooch. It is used to describe someone as stupid.

How do you say no in Italian politely? ›

Best Ways To Say No In Italian
  1. No, mi dispiace – No, I'm sorry.
  2. La ringrazio, ma devo rifiutare – I thank you, but I must say no (to use in a formal conversation)
  3. Vorrei, ma non posso – I'd like to, but I can't.
  4. Sarà per la prossima volta – Maybe next time (you could translate it as “it will be for the next time”)
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Why does everyone say Prego in Italy? ›

To say you're welcome in Italian

When someone says “thank you”, Italians reply with prego. That's how you say “you're” welcome in Italian.

What's another word for it's enough? ›

Some common synonyms of enough are adequate, competent, and sufficient. While all these words mean "being what is necessary or desirable," enough is less exact in suggestion than sufficient.

What is the phrase of enough is enough? ›

something you say when you want something to stop: Enough is enough - I don't want to argue with you any more. Our business has been absorbing the price rises, but enough is enough. We can't go on like this. Nurses have frequently extended their shifts, but now they are saying enough is enough.

What word means good enough? ›

The words satisfactory, fair, and average can refer to things that are as good as you expect them to be, but no more. All three words are also used in academic writing to rate or comment on a student's work.

Does Basta mean pasta? ›

One of the chef's favorite words is basta which in Italian or Spanish translates to stop it or enough. You can take it to mean once you've had pasta you've had enough!

What is the Spanish word for basta? ›

¡Basta! -Enough! See the entry for¡Basta!.

Does Basta mean bag? ›

The Urdu Word بستہ Meaning in English is Satchels. The other similar words are Jazdan, Thela and Basta. The synonyms of Satchels include are Backpack, Briefcase, Carryall, Handbag, Haversack, Knapsack, Pack, Pouch, Rucksack, Saddlebag, Suitcase, Tote, Duffel Bag, Overnight Bag, Garment Bag and Travel Bag.

What do Italians say when they're mad? ›

Synonyms for angry in Italian
To be madAndare in bestiaAhn-dah-reh een bess-tyah
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What is the Italian version of WTF? ›

"WTF" in Italian

volume_up ma che cazzo?

How do you yell stop in Italian? ›

In order to tell someone to stop doing something, an expression you simply cannot avoid in Italian is « Basta! » We can consider it the equivalent of « Stop it! » in English.

What is the most Mexican thing to say? ›

Most Common Mexican Slang Words:
  • ¡Aguas!: Watch out!
  • Sale: Alright.
  • Chido: Awesome.
  • Padre: Cool.
  • Ándale: Come on.
  • Avísame: Let me know!
  • Órale: All right.
  • Porfis: Please.

What does Prego mean in Mexican? ›

interjection. /'preɡo/ (risposta / invito) please / you're welcome , after you , don't mention it. - “Grazie mille” – “prego” “Thank you so much” – “You're welcome”

What does Prego mean in Sicily? ›

Italian Word Prego: You're Welcome, Come in, Please, and More.

What do you reply to grazie a tutti? ›

The response to grazie that you're most likely to use or hear is prego (you're welcome), or you could say di niente (not at all). For greater emphasis you can use s'immagini or si figuri in the formal form, and figurati informally (don't mention it).

What is Grazie Tutti? ›

Thank you, all of you.

How do Sicilians say hello? ›

Sabbinirica. This is a solemn greeting used when you say hello to someone and when you say goodbye. It's used by elderly people, and it means something to the effect of “May God bless you.” Obviously, depending on the area of Sicily that you're in, there are variants, but the meaning is always the same.

What does Bella mean in Sicilian? ›

Sicilia 'Bedda' - Sicilian word of the week 'bedda' / 'beddu' meaning bella / bello or beautiful!

What does Ciao Bella mean? ›

What does ciao bella mean? Ciao bella is an informal Italian expression literally meaning “goodbye (or hello), beautiful.”

What is the M word in Sicily? ›

Miiiiiiinchia!!!! Literally, Minchia is the male reproductive organ, but Sicilians use this word that often as it is a comma.

What do Sicilians say when they toast? ›

In Sicily, you'll hear saluti!

What do Italian guys call their girlfriends? ›

Italian nicknames for your girlfriend or wife
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What do Italian people call their girlfriends? ›

There are two main ways to say “girlfriend” and “boyfriend” in Italian: ragazzo/a or fidanzato/a. The former is used by young couples, usually when they are dating, while the latter is for serious relationships and also means fiance.

What is Italian slang for toilet? ›

If you spend some time in Italy, you'll come across another slang word for toilet: cesso.

What is goofy called in Italian? ›

"goofy" in Italian

goofy {adj.} IT. volume_up. stupido. sciocco.

What is the Italian name for goofy? ›

Goofy Pippo (Mystery. Pippo is simply the diminutive of Giuseppe or Filippo).

What does it mean when someone says Bambi eyes? ›

Bambi eyes, my own term, is when the pupils are dilated, as in Disney films where the characters we love so much all have bright open eyes with big pupils. This is a sign of enthusiasm, interest and acceptance – and can be the negotiator's worst enemy for giving the game away.

What does Goomba mean Italian? ›

The word goombah is an Anglicized version of the Italian phrase cumpà or compare, which means “friend” or “godfather.”

What does Morro mean in Italian? ›

/'mɔro/ persona (di colore scuro) dark , black , dark-haired/dark-skinned.

What does Mario mean in Italian? ›

Meaning:Manly; Mars. Mario is a boy's name of Italian origin, meaning “manly.” If you want baby to embrace their masculine energy, Mario will help them do just that. The name Mario is best-known for the loveable Italian plumber from Nintendo's Mario Bros., but actually comes steeped in origin.

What is the Spanish word that means enough? ›

enough → basta, suficientemente, bastante, suficiente. enough → bastante. enough → bastante.

What does enough mean in text? ›

Enough means as much as you need or as much as is necessary.

How do you use bastante? ›

Bastante is used with a singular noun to express enough (of), while bastantes is used with a plural noun to express enough (of). Bastante / bastantes do not agree in gender: they keep the same form in masculine and feminine!

How do you say poor thing in Spanish for a girl? ›

In Spanish “Pobrecito” translates roughly to “poor thing” or “poor baby” and it is an appropriate word to use to show empathy with an endearing connotation.

What is Spanish slang for cheap? ›

Reverse translation for cheap
  • barato - cheap, inexpensive, (slang) cheesy.
  • económico - economic, economical.
  • mal hecho.
  • tacaño - stingy, miserly.
  • agarrado - cheap, stingy.
  • codo - cheap, stingy.
  • barato - cheap, cheaply.

How do you say no politely in Mexico? ›

Claro que no – Of course not

This is a neutral, polite way to say “no” in Spanish if you want to deny something.

What does it mean when a guy says you are enough? ›

You are enough means that you don't have to strive to become more worthy, more valid, more acceptable, or more loved.

Why do people say I am enough? ›

In conclusion, the phrase "I am enough" is about embracing who you are and believing in your own worth and value. It's about recognizing that you are enough, just as you are, and that you have everything you need within you to lead a happy and meaningful life.

What does be woman enough mean? ›

phrase. If you say that a woman is woman enough to do something, you mean that she has the necessary courage or ability to do it. She is woman enough to maintain her own identity. See full dictionary entry for woman.

What is the plural of Basta? ›

Noun. basta f (plural bastas)

How do you play Basta in English? ›

To play, players select a letter this way: one person says the alphabet very quickly and someone else stops her by saying basta. Whatever letter the person is saying when she hears basta is the letter for that round. Of course, you can also make a set of letters and draw one or choose a letter using any random method.


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