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October 26, 2017 6:41 pm  #21


Re: Multilinguals help!

For French use words like ''pleurer'( to cry)', ''pleurnicheure''(  woman crier) , ''des larmes '' ( tears).
Personnes qui pleurent ( people who cry) , larmes des acteurs/ actrices ( tears of actors/ actresses) 
Femmes qui pleurent ( women who cry) ,
 


“To weep is to make less the depth of grief.”
― William Shakespeare
 

November 25, 2017 4:41 pm  #22


Re: Multilinguals help!

Cheers amans lacrime, and no it's not too late

I was already aware of llora, llorando and lagrima (I usually search for "lagrimas"). Sollozar and the other variations are new to me though, must use them in future searches. Can you think of any common phrases I can search. Usually in English I can search for things like "cries as" or "into tears" and get decent results. Anything in Spanish?

Also thanks psychic girl, some of those are also new


Women crying is super hot  ~TorNorth
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November 25, 2017 5:27 pm  #23


Re: Multilinguals help!

TorNorth wrote:

Cheers amans lacrime, and no it's not too late

I was already aware of llora, llorando and lagrima (I usually search for "lagrimas"). Sollozar and the other variations are new to me though, must use them in future searches. Can you think of any common phrases I can search. Usually in English I can search for things like "cries as" or "into tears" and get decent results. Anything in Spanish?

Also thanks psychic girl, some of those are also new

I have seen in tv star magazines "rompe en llanto", "se suelta llorando", " llora desconsolada". Try these, wish you the best.

 

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