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అవసరం-కావాలి

69 [sixty-nine]

to need – to want to

to need – to want to

69 [అరవై తొమ్మిది]

69 [Aravai tom\'midi]

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అవసరం-కావాలి

[Avasaraṁ-kāvāli]

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I need a bed. నా-- ఒ- మ--- అ---ం నాకు ఒక మంచం అవసరం 0
Nā-- o-- m------ a------ṁ Nāku oka man̄caṁ avasaraṁ
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I want to sleep. నే-- ప-------ి నేను పడుకోవాలి 0
Nē-- p--------i Nēnu paḍukōvāli
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Is there a bed here? ఇక--- మ--- ఉ---? ఇక్కడ మంచం ఉందా? 0
Ik---- m------ u---? Ikkaḍa man̄caṁ undā?
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I need a lamp. నా-- ఒ- ల------ అ---ం నాకు ఒక ల్యాంప్ అవసరం 0
Nā-- o-- l---- a------ṁ Nāku oka lyāmp avasaraṁ
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I want to read. నే-- చ---------ి నేను చదువుకోవాలి 0
Nē-- c----------i Nēnu caduvukōvāli
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Is there a lamp here? ఇక--- ల------ ఉ---? ఇక్కడ ల్యాంప్ ఉందా? 0
Ik---- l---- u---? Ikkaḍa lyāmp undā?
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I need a telephone. నా-- ఒ- ట------- అ---ం నాకు ఒక టెలిఫోన్ అవసరం 0
Nā-- o-- ṭ------- a------ṁ Nāku oka ṭeliphōn avasaraṁ
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I want to make a call. నే-- ఒ- క--- చ--------ి నేను ఒక కాల్ చేసుకోవాలి 0
Nē-- o-- k-- c--------i Nēnu oka kāl cēsukōvāli
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Is there a telephone here? ఇక--- ట------- ఉ---? ఇక్కడ టెలిఫోన్ ఉందా? 0
Ik---- ṭ------- u---? Ikkaḍa ṭeliphōn undā?
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I need a camera. నా-- ఒ- క---- అ---ం నాకు ఒక కేమరా అవసరం 0
Nā-- o-- k----- a------ṁ Nāku oka kēmarā avasaraṁ
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I want to take photographs. నే-- ఫ----- త--------ి నేను ఫొటోలు తీసుకోవాలి 0
Nē-- p------ t--------i Nēnu phoṭōlu tīsukōvāli
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Is there a camera here? ఇక--- క---- ఉ---? ఇక్కడ కేమరా ఉందా? 0
Ik---- k----- u---? Ikkaḍa kēmarā undā?
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I need a computer. నా-- ఒ- క-------- అ---ం నాకు ఒక కంప్యూటర్ అవసరం 0
Nā-- o-- k-------- a------ṁ Nāku oka kampyūṭar avasaraṁ
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I want to send an email. నే-- ఒ- ఈ------ ప--------ి నేను ఒక ఈమెయిల్ పంపుకోవాలి 0
Nē-- o-- ī----- p---------i Nēnu oka īmeyil pampukōvāli
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Is there a computer here? ఇక--- క-------- ఉ---? ఇక్కడ కంప్యూటర్ ఉందా? 0
Ik---- k-------- u---? Ikkaḍa kampyūṭar undā?
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I need a pen. నా-- ఒ- ప--- అ---ం నాకు ఒక పెన్ అవసరం 0
Nā-- o-- p-- a------ṁ Nāku oka pen avasaraṁ
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I want to write something. నే-- ఏ-- వ----------ి నేను ఏదో వ్రాసుకోవాలి 0
Nē-- ē-- v---------i Nēnu ēdō vrāsukōvāli
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Is there a sheet of paper and a pen here? ఇక--- ఒ- ప---- మ---- ఒ- ప--- ఉ------? ఇక్కడ ఒక పేపర్ మరియు ఒక పెన్ ఉన్నాయా? 0
Ik---- o-- p---- m----- o-- p-- u-----? Ikkaḍa oka pēpar mariyu oka pen unnāyā?
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Machine Translations

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