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39 [thirty-nine]

Car breakdown


३९ [एकोणचाळीस]

गाडी बिघडली तर?


Where is the next gas station?
पुढचे गॅस स्टेशन कुठे आहे?
Puḍhacē gĕsa sṭēśana kuṭhē āhē?
I have a flat tyre / tire (am.).
माझ्या गाडीच्या चाकातली हवा निघाली आहे.
Mājhyā gāḍīcyā cākātalī havā nighālī āhē.
Can you change the tyre / tire (am.)?
आपण टायर बदलून द्याल का?
Āpaṇa ṭāyara badalūna dyāla kā?
I need a few litres / liters (am.) of diesel.
मला काही लिटर डीझल पाहिजे.
Malā kāhī liṭara ḍījhala pāhijē.
I have no more petrol / gas (am.).
माझ्याजवळ आणखी गॅस नाही.
Mājhyājavaḷa āṇakhī gĕsa nāhī.
Do you have a petrol can / jerry can / gas can (am.)?
आपल्याजवळ गॅसचा डबा आहे का?
Āpalyājavaḷa gĕsacā ḍabā āhē kā?
Where can I make a call?
इथे फोन करण्याची सोय कुठे आहे?
Ithē phōna karaṇyācī sōya kuṭhē āhē?
I need a towing service.
माझी बिघडलेली गाडी टोईंग करून नेण्याची सेवा मला हवी आहे.
Mājhī bighaḍalēlī gāḍī ṭō'īṅga karūna nēṇyācī sēvā malā havī āhē.
I’m looking for a garage.
मी गॅरेज शोधतो / शोधते आहे.
Mī gĕrēja śōdhatō/ śōdhatē āhē.
An accident has occurred.
अपघात झाला आहे.
Apaghāta jhālā āhē.
Where is the nearest telephone?
इथे सर्वात जवळचा टेलिफोन बूथ कुठे आहे?
Ithē sarvāta javaḷacā ṭēliphōna būtha kuṭhē āhē?
Do you have a mobile / cell phone (am.) with you?
आपल्याजवळ मोबाईल फोन आहे का?
Āpalyājavaḷa mōbā'īla phōna āhē kā?
We need help.
आम्हांला मदतीची गरज आहे.
Āmhānlā madatīcī garaja āhē.
Call a doctor!
डॉक्टरांना बोलवा.
Ḍŏkṭarānnā bōlavā.
Call the police!
पोलिसांना बोलवा.
Pōlisānnā bōlavā.
Your papers, please.
कृपया आपली ओळखपत्रे / कागदपत्रे दाखवा.
Kr̥payā āpalī ōḷakhapatrē/ kāgadapatrē dākhavā.
Your licence / license (am.), please.
कृपया आपला परवाना दाखवा.
Kr̥payā āpalā paravānā dākhavā.
Your registration, please.
कृपया गाडीचे कागदपत्र दाखवा.
Kr̥payā gāḍīcē kāgadapatra dākhavā.

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