How to say more / plus in Swahili: zaidi

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How to say more / plus in Swahili: zaidi

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

To say more / plus in Swahili: zaidi
Say it out loud: “za ee' dee

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Some more helpful words in our Swahili Size/Amount category:

enough – kutosha  (koo toh' shah)
extra large – ziada kubwa  (zee ah dah koo bwa)
large – kubwa  (koo bwa)
less – chache  (cha cheh)
medium – kati  (kah tee)
more / plus – zaidi  (za ee' dee)
small – ndogo  (n doh go)

And here’s how to say more / plus in other languages!

Arabic–Akthar / Za'ed  (ak thar / za hed)
Chinese–Duō Yīdiǎn / Jiā  (Dwo Ee Dyan / Jya)
Croatian–više / plus  (vee shay / ploos)
Czech–více / plus  (veet seh / ploose)
Finnish–lisää / plus  (lis aah / plu s)
French–Plus  (ploo)
German–mehr  (mair)
Italian–più  (pyoo)
Japanese–Motto / Sara Ni  (Moh Ttoh / Sah Rah Nee)
Korean–Deo / Chuga  (Duh / Choo Gah)
Polish–większy / więcej  (vyen' kshyh / vyen' tzey)
Portuguese–Mais  (ma-ees)
Russian–bol'she  (bohl sheh)
Spanish–más  (mahs)
Swahili–zaidi  (za ee' dee)
Thai–Phiset  (pee set)
Turkish–daha  (dah ha)
Vietnamese–Hơn / Thêm  (Hun / Tem)

For coffee or food lovers, you will always want second or even third servings. That is why "more / plus" (zaidi) should be among your easy-to-recall phrases in Swahili, plus other simple ones, which you can learn by getting instant access to the Swahili Language Set.

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