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72 [seventy-two]

to have to do something / must


72 [డెబ్బై రెండు]

చెయ్యాలి / తప్పకుండా


I must post the letter.
నేను తప్పనిసరిగా ఉత్తరాన్ని పోస్ట్ చేయాలి
Nēnu tappanisarigā uttarānni pōsṭ cēyāli
I must pay the hotel.
నేను తప్పనిసరిగా హోటల్ వాళ్ళకి చెల్లించాలి
Nēnu tappanisarigā hōṭal vāḷḷaki cellin̄cāli
You must get up early.
మీరు తప్పనిసరిగా తెల్లవారినే లేవాలి
Mīru tappanisarigā tellavārinē lēvāli
You must work a lot.
మీరు తప్పనిసరిగా ఎక్కువ పని చేయ్యాలి
Mīru tappanisarigā ekkuva pani cēyyāli
You must be punctual.
మీరు తప్పనిసరిగా సమయాన్ని పాటించాలి
Mīru tappanisarigā samayānni pāṭin̄cāli
He must fuel / get petrol / get gas (am.).
ఆయన పెట్రోల్ తీసుకోవాలి
Āyana peṭrōl tīsukōvāli
He must repair the car.
ఆయన కారుని బాగుచేయాలి
Āyana kāruni bāgucēyāli
He must wash the car.
ఆయన కారుని శుభ్రం చేయాలి
Āyana kāruni śubhraṁ cēyāli
She must shop.
ఆమె తప్పనిసరిగా కొనాలి
Āme tappanisarigā konāli
She must clean the apartment.
ఆమె తప్పనిసరిగా అపార్ట్మెంట్ ని శుభ్రం చేయాలి
Āme tappanisarigā apārṭmeṇṭ ni śubhraṁ cēyāli
She must wash the clothes.
ఆమె తప్పనిసరిగా బట్టలని ఉతకాలి
Āme tappanisarigā baṭṭalani utakāli
We must go to school at once.
మనం వెంటనే బడికి వెళ్ళాలి
Manaṁ veṇṭanē baḍiki veḷḷāli
We must go to work at once.
మనం వెంటనే పనికి వెళ్ళాలి
Manaṁ veṇṭanē paniki veḷḷāli
We must go to the doctor at once.
మనం వెంటనే డాక్టర్ వద్దకు వెళ్ళాలి
Manaṁ veṇṭanē ḍākṭar vaddaku veḷḷāli
You must wait for the bus.
మనం బస్ కోసం వేచి ఉండాలి
Manaṁ bas kōsaṁ vēci uṇḍāli
You must wait for the train.
మనం ట్రేన్ కోసం వేచి ఉండాలి
Manaṁ ṭrēn kōsaṁ vēci uṇḍāli
You must wait for the taxi.
మనం టాక్సీ కోసం వేచి ఉండాలి
Manaṁ ṭāksī kōsaṁ vēci uṇḍāli

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