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53 [fifty-three]

Shops

 


५३ [त्रेपन्न]

दुकाने

 

 
We’re looking for a sports shop.
आम्ही एक क्रीडासाहित्याचे दुकान शोधत आहोत.
āmhī ēka krīḍāsāhityācē dukāna śōdhata āhōta.
We’re looking for a butcher shop.
आम्ही एक खाटीकखाना शोधत आहोत.
Āmhī ēka khāṭīkakhānā śōdhata āhōta.
We’re looking for a pharmacy / drugstore (am.).
आम्ही एक औषधालय शोधत आहोत.
Āmhī ēka auṣadhālaya śōdhata āhōta.
 
 
 
 
We want to buy a football.
आम्हांला एक फुटबॉल खरेदी करायचा आहे.
Āmhānlā ēka phuṭabŏla kharēdī karāyacā āhē.
We want to buy salami.
आम्हांला सलामी नावाचा सॉसेजचा प्रकार खरेदी करायचा आहे.
Āmhānlā salāmī nāvācā sŏsējacā prakāra kharēdī karāyacā āhē.
We want to buy medicine.
आम्हांला औषध खरेदी करायचे आहे.
Āmhānlā auṣadha kharēdī karāyacē āhē.
 
 
 
 
We’re looking for a sports shop to buy a football.
आम्ही एक फुटबॉल खरेदी करण्यासाठी क्रीडासाहित्याचे दुकान शोधत आहोत.
Āmhī ēka phuṭabŏla kharēdī karaṇyāsāṭhī krīḍāsāhityācē dukāna śōdhata āhōta.
We’re looking for a butcher shop to buy salami.
आम्ही सलामी खरेदी करण्यासाठी खाटीकखाना शोधत आहोत.
Āmhī salāmī kharēdī karaṇyāsāṭhī khāṭīkakhānā śōdhata āhōta.
We’re looking for a drugstore to buy medicine.
आम्ही औषध खरेदी करण्यासाठी औषधालय शोधत आहोत.
Āmhī auṣadha kharēdī karaṇyāsāṭhī auṣadhālaya śōdhata āhōta.
 
 
 
 
I’m looking for a jeweller / jeweler (am.).
मी एक जवाहि – या शोधत आहे.
Mī ēka javāhi – yā śōdhata āhē.
I’m looking for a photo equipment store.
मी एक छायाचित्र उपकरणांचे दुकान शोधत आहे.
Mī ēka chāyācitra upakaraṇān̄cē dukāna śōdhata āhē.
I’m looking for a confectionery.
मी एक केकचे दुकान शोधत आहे.
Mī ēka kēkacē dukāna śōdhata āhē.
 
 
 
 
I actually plan to buy a ring.
माझा एक अंगठी खरेदी करायचा विचार आहे.
Mājhā ēka aṅgaṭhī kharēdī karāyacā vicāra āhē.
I actually plan to buy a roll of film.
माझा एक फिल्म रोल खरेदी करायचा विचार आहे.
Mājhā ēka philma rōla kharēdī karāyacā vicāra āhē.
I actually plan to buy a cake.
माझा एक केक खरेदी करायचा विचार आहे.
Mājhā ēka kēka kharēdī karāyacā vicāra āhē.
 
 
 
 
I’m looking for a jeweler to buy a ring.
मी एक अंगठी खरेदी करण्यासाठी जवाहि – या शोधत आहे.
Mī ēka aṅgaṭhī kharēdī karaṇyāsāṭhī javāhi – yā śōdhata āhē.
I’m looking for a photo shop to buy a roll of film.
मी एक फिल्म रोल खरेदी करण्यासाठी छायाचित्र उपकरणांचे दुकान शोधत आहे.
Mī ēka philma rōla kharēdī karaṇyāsāṭhī chāyācitra upakaraṇān̄cē dukāna śōdhata āhē.
I’m looking for a confectionery to buy a cake.
मी एक केक खरेदी करण्यासाठी केकचे दुकान शोधत आहे.
Mī ēka kēka kharēdī karaṇyāsāṭhī kēkacē dukāna śōdhata āhē.
 
 
 
 
 

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