What does Bora mean in Portuguese

12 de December de 2017

Hello students! Welcome to one more class! On today’s Dica we will teach you the word Bora. But first, what does Bora mean in Portuguese?

Bora is short for Embora. Brazilians use this word when they want to rush or to encourage someone to go to a place. In Portuguese, it’s used to ask and answer a question and it’s also used in the Imperative.

What does Bora mean in Portuguese?

Let’s see a few examples:

What does bora mean in portuguese. Chris: Bora ir pra praia, Tom?

Example

Chris:Β Bora ir pra praia,Tom?
Tom: Bora, Chris!

Chris: Shall we go to the beach Tom?
Tom: Let’s go Chris!

 

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What does bora mean in portuguese. MoisΓ©s: Bora, Diogo! Sai logo desse banheiro!

Example

MoisΓ©s: Bora, Diogo! Sai logo desteΒ banheiro!
Diogo: Calma, cara! Eu sΓ³ estou aqui hΓ‘ 40 minutos!

MoisΓ©s: Let’s go Diogo! Get out of this bathroom!
Diogo: Calm down man! I’ve been here for only 40 minutes!

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