Malagasy words for accomodations

Malagasy-English/English-Malagasy: Dictionary and Phrasebook (Hippocrene Dictionary & Phrasebook)
by Janie Rasoloson

Amazon.com: Malagasy, the national language of Madagascar, has over 10 million speakers. This dictionary and phrasebook provides the traveller to this beautiful island with the means for basic communication, as well as an introduction to the country's culture. The compact guide includes a two-way bilingual dictionary with over 2,000 entries and a phrasebook containing all of the essential topics, from introductions and common phrases to accommodations, food and drink, weather and health, among many others.




Malagasy to English Dictionary: Words, phrases, translations: Introductions | Food | Accomodations | Travel | Communications | Shopping | Money | Health | Bureaucracy | Weather | Nature | Animals | Plants | Politics | Emergency | Time | Measures | Numbers

hotel hotely
room efitra
bungalow bungalow
campground toerana filasina
Can we camp here? Afaka milasy eto ve?
Can you take me to the [NAME] hotel? Afaka mitondra ahy amin'ny hotely [NAME] ve ianao?
Where is [OBJECT]? Aiza no misy [OBJECT]
A good hotel hotely tsara
A cheap hotel hotely mora
A nearby hotel hotely akaiky
Is it safe to camp here? Atokisana ve ny milasy eto?
How long can we stay here Hafiriana no azo ijanonana eto?
Can you watch over this place tonight? Afaka miambina ity toerana ity ve ianao anio alina?
Is there drinking water? Misy rano fisotro ve eto?
Can we light a fire? Afaka mampirehitra afo ve?
Do you have any rooms available? Mbola misy efitra ve?
I would like a room with a bathroom. Mila efitra misy fandroana aho
hot water rano mafana
electricity jiro
How much is it per day? Ohatrinona isan'indro?
How long will you be staying? Haharitra hafiriana ianaero?
[NUMBER] days [NUMBER] andro
week herinandro
Sorry, we are full Miala tsiny fa efa feno izahay
Can I have a key to my room? Aiza ny efitro e?
Do you take credit cards? Mandray carte de credit ve ianareo?
backpack sac a dos
bathroom fandroana
bed fandriana
blanket bodofotsy
candle labozia
chair seza
clean madio
clean sheets dra madio
dirty maloto
drinking water rano fisotro
key lakile
lamp/light jiro
mosquito net voaly aro moka
noisy mitabataba
pillow ondana
plug prizy
quiet mangina
room number nimeraon'ny efitra
rope tady
sheet lamba
shower fandraoana
sleep matory
soap savony
swim milomano
table latabatra
tent trano lay
toilet paper papier hygienique
towel servieta


Malagasy-English/English-Malagasy: Dictionary and Phrasebook (Hippocrene Dictionary & Phrasebook)
by Janie Rasoloson

Amazon.com: Malagasy, the national language of Madagascar, has over 10 million speakers. This dictionary and phrasebook provides the traveller to this beautiful island with the means for basic communication, as well as an introduction to the country's culture. The compact guide includes a two-way bilingual dictionary with over 2,000 entries and a phrasebook containing all of the essential topics, from introductions and common phrases to accommodations, food and drink, weather and health, among many others.



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