what’s "i want you" in bisaya/cebuano translation?
"I want you." is translated in bisaya/cebuano as:
– Kinahanglan ka nako. (pronounced as Kih-nah-hang-lahn kah nah-kuh.)
Example usage in sentence:
- "I want you. Don’t leave me." (Kinahanglan ka nako. Ayaw ko biya-e)
- "I want you. You’re the best asset in the company." (Kinahanglan ka nako. Best asset ka sa kumpanya.)
- "I want you. And I want to marry you." (Kinahanglan ka nako. Ug gusto ko magpakasal nimo.)
- "I want you. I can’t live without you." (Kinahanglan ka nako. Dili ko mabuhi kung wala ka.)
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