How to say I am thirsty in Italian: ho sete

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How to say I am thirsty in Italian: ho sete

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

To say I am thirsty in Italian: ho sete
Say it out loud: “ōh say tay

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Some more helpful words in our Italian More Dining Basics category:

...some (of) – un pó (di)  (oon poh dee)
...this/that – questo / quello  (kway sto / kwel loh)
all done – e' sufficiente  (eh sue fish en tay)
another – ... un'altra  (oon all tra)
Bon appétit! – buon appetito!  (bwoan app uh tee toe)
can I have…? – posso avere  (poh so ah veh ray)
can I see…? – posso ...vedere  (...veh dehr eh)
can we have...? – possiamo avere  (poh see ah mo ah veh ray)
can we see ...? – possiamo …vedere  (...veh dehr eh)
Cheers! – salute  (sah loo tay)
Eat! Eat! – mangi!  (Mahn gee)
I am hungry – ho fame  (ōh fah may)
I am thirsty – ho sete  (ōh say tay)
I ate – ho mangiato  (oh mahn jee ah toe)
I would like… – vorrei  (voar ray)
we ate – abbiamo mangiato  (ahb bee yah mo)
we ate well! – abbiamo mangiato bene  (ahb bee yah mo bay nay)
we would like… – vorremmo  (vor ray mo)

And here’s how to say I am thirsty in other languages!

Arabic–Ana 'Atshan  (ana hat shan)
Chinese–Wǒ Kě Le  (Wo Kuh Luh)
Croatian–Ja sam žedan  (ya sahm zhay dun)
Czech–mám žízeň  (mahm zyee zehn)
Finnish–Minulla on jano  (Mi null lah on ya noh)
French–J'ai soif  (zhay swahf)
German–Ich habe durst  (iHk ha bay durst)
Italian–ho sete  (ōh say tay)
Japanese–Nodo Ga Kawaki Mashita  (Noh Doh Gah Kah Wah Kee Mah Shee Tah)
Korean–Mokmallayo.  (Mok Mal La Yo.)
Polish–Jestem spragniony  (Ye'stem spraq neeo' ny)
Portuguese–Estou Com Sede  (ehs tow kohm se jee)
Russian–Ya hochu pit'  (Ya hah choo peet)
Spanish–tengo sed  (tango sehd)
Swahili–nahisi kiu  (nah hee see kee uh)
Thai–Hio Nam  (hee-ew nahm)
Turkish–i susadım  (ee soo sah dim)
Vietnamese–Tôi Khát  (Toy Khah)

How do you ask for a glass of water or drink from your host in Italian? Just say, "I am thirsty" (ho sete). To select the drink you would like, learn their names in Italian by getting instant access to the Italian Language Set.

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