How to say you got the time? in Spanish: ¿qué es el tiempo?


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How to say you got the time? in Spanish: ¿qué es el tiempo?

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

To say you got the time? in Spanish: ¿qué es el tiempo?
Say it out loud: “kay ess el tee em' poe?

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Some more helpful words in our Spanish Time category:

business hours – horas de operación  (or us deh ahp ur ah see ōhn)
day after tomorrow – pasado mañana  (pah sah doe mahn yahn' uh)
one hour – una hora  (oo nuh or uh)
this evening – esta noche  (ess tuh no chay)
this morning – este mañana  (ess tay mahn yahn' uh)
today – hoy  (oy)
tomorrow – mañana  (mahn yahn' uh)
two hours – dos horas  (dōs or us)
when? – ¿cuándo?  (kwahn doe?)
yesterday; last night – ayer  (eye yair)
you got the time? – ¿qué es el tiempo?  (kay ess el tee em' poe?)

And here’s how to say you got the time? in other languages!

Arabic–Hal Ma'ak Wakt?  (hal ma ha ka wakt)
Chinese–Xiànzài Jǐ Diǎn  (Shyen Dzai Jee Dyen?)
Croatian–koliko je sati?  (koe lee koe yay sah tee?)
Czech–kolik je hodin?  (ko leek yeh ho deen?)
Finnish–Paljonko kello on?  (Pahl yon coh kehl loh on?)
French–Quelle heure est-il?  (kay law her teel)
German–wie spät ist es?  (vee shpayt isst ess)
Italian–A che ora  (ah Kay ora)
Japanese–Jikan Ha Arimasu Ka?  (Jee Kahn Wah Ah Ree Mass Kah?)
Korean–Myeot Siyeyo?  (Myut Shi Ae Yo?)
Polish–która godzina?  (too'rah go jee'na?)
Portuguese–Que Horas São?  (kay oh ras sah-oo?)
Russian–skolko vremeni  (oo vahs yest vrye mya?)
Spanish–¿qué es el tiempo?  (kay ess el tee em' poe?)
Swahili–saa ngapi?  (sah n gah pee)
Thai–Gi Mong Laeo  (gee mohng lay-oh?)
Turkish–saat kaç?  (saht kahch)
Vietnamese–Bạn Có Rảnh Không?  (Ban Caw Ran Khom?)

While sun or moon gazing would give you the approximate time should you not have a watch, you can always ask the person next to you by asking "you got the time?" (¿qué es el tiempo?) in Spanish. Sometimes, time precision is key. for more of useful phrases, get our instant access to the Spanish Language Set.

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