How to say bottled water in Portuguese: Água Mineral

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How to say bottled water in Portuguese: Água Mineral

Learning Portuguese for travel or study? Let’s try this term:

To say bottled water in Portuguese: Água Mineral
Say it out loud: “ah goo-ah mee nay ra-oo

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Some more helpful words in our Portuguese Drinks category:

...a glass of – ...Uma Taça De  (...oohm ah ta sah jee)
...a liter of – ...Um Litro De  (...oohm lee troo jee)
...beer – ...Cerveja  (...sehr vay juh)
...red/white wine – ...Vinho Branco/Tinto  (...veen yoo braan koo/teen too)
bottled water – Água Mineral  (ah goo-ah mee nay ra-oo)
carbonated water – Água Mineral Com Gás  (ah goo-ah mee nay ra-oo kohm gaz)
coffee / tea – Café/Chá  (kah fay/shaa)
hot water – Água Quente  (ah goo-ah ken chee)
no ice – Sem Gelo  (sehm zheh loo)
water – Água  (ah goo-ah)
… a bottle of – ...Uma Garrafa De  (...oohm ah gah ha fah jee)
….house wine – ...Vinho Da Casa  (...veen yoo dah kah zah)

And here’s how to say bottled water in other languages!

Arabic–Meyah Mo'aba'a  (me yah mo ha ba ha)
Chinese–Kuàngquánshuǐ  (Kwang Chwen Shway)
Croatian–negazirina  (nay gah' zee rah nuh)
Czech–voda v lahvi  (VOE dah vuh lah vee)
Finnish–pullovesi  (pull loh veh sih)
French–eau en bouteille  (oh ahn bō tay yeh)
German–flaschenwasser  (flah shen vah sur)
Italian–acqua imbottigliata  (ahk wuh im bō till ee ah tuh)
Japanese–Botoru Uōtā  (Boh Toh Roo War Taah)
Korean–Byeonge Deun Mul  (Byung Ae Deun Mool)
Polish–woda butelkowana  (vo' da)
Portuguese–Água Mineral  (ah goo-ah mee nay ra-oo)
Russian–voda  (vah dah)
Spanish–agua embotellada  (ah gwuh em bo tay ya' duh)
Swahili–chupa ya maji  (choo pah yah ma jee)
Thai–Nam Plao Khuat  (nahm plao koo-aht)
Turkish–şişe su  (she shay suh)
Vietnamese–Chai Nước  (Chai Nuu-Uk)

Most travel destinations involve a lot of movement and activity and over a period of time you get thirsty, even without knowing the right words to use, you can simply ask for "bottled water" (Água Mineral) and you will get to quench your thirst. Learn more using our instant access to the Portuguese Language Set.

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Nathan Montgomery
Biography: Growing up in a family that was frequently on the move, styling myself the "little anthropologist" became my hobby at a very young age. Subsequent and extensive perusals of my father's collection of National Geographic magazines sealed my fate. After spending significant time in Spain, Brazil, Mexico and obtaining a BA focusing on old Iberian epics, I decided it was time to fill in the gaps on the other side of the world and moved to China. Four years and two languages later I received a fellowship for graduate research in Central Eurasian Studies at Indiana University Bloomington, where I am currently.
Location: Bloomington, Indiana, USA

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