mida = measure
Ex: “Mida una taza.”
“Measure one cup.”
it is in formal form
Source(s): native speaker
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.
Look In Spanish Mida
Mida is a verb conjugated in the Imperative Mood for ‘you’ singular.
Por favor, mida la habitacion.
Please, measure the room
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
mida means measure
usually when they say “mida”, they’re just saying mirar, which means look… it just comes out with the accent.
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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
In “yo” subjunctive mood
In “Él/Ella/Usted” subjunctive mood
In “Él/Ella/Usted” Imperative mood
I hope this helps
Source(s): Native spanish speaker
Sorry but is the first time that I hear it. I m from Mexico, and there isn’t common. bye
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