in spanish……What does the word “mida” mean?

13 Answers

  • yo
    1 month ago

    mida = measure

    Ex: “Mida una taza.”

    “Measure one cup.”

    it is in formal form

  • A. Curtis
    7 days ago

    Mida. I heard this word on a mixtape recently. I think it’s Puerto Rican slang. There’s many different Spanish dialects, if your Mexican you may not use the word on a reg.

  • Anonymous
    5 days ago

    Look In Spanish Mida

  • Profuy
    1 month ago

    Mida is a verb conjugated in the Imperative Mood for ‘you’ singular.

    Por favor, mida la habitacion.

    Please, measure the room

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    that word don’t exist why? because i’m mexican, maybe is MIRA it means look or

    maybe you want to say mida of measure

    spanish:porfavor señor mida la distancia

    english:please mr. measure the distancy

    okk byee saludos

  • Hazel
    1 month ago

    mida means measure

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    usually when they say “mida”, they’re just saying mirar, which means look… it just comes out with the accent.

  • Anonymous
    5 days ago

    the love is something u feeling it in your hurt and u can’t tell ather what u feeling in it because it is bigger than any words e.g ican’t tell u what i feeling forword u and your sister if i say love you until die it will never eangh

  • ·!¦[·Ålαи ¢øи ѕµ þяøρια νøz·]¦!·
    1 month ago



    In “yo” subjunctive mood

    In “Él/Ella/Usted” subjunctive mood

    In “Él/Ella/Usted” Imperative mood

    I hope this helps

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    Sorry but is the first time that I hear it. I m from Mexico, and there isn’t common. bye

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