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How do you say Miss You in Spanish?

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What is the Spanish Translation for miss you?

miss you converted to Spanish is – Te extraño. Here are some sentences using Te extraño.

How to use Miss you in a sentence:


  • I miss you mom after I moved out of the house.
  • Te extraño a mamá después de se mudó de la casa. (Spanish translation)

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  1. Gayle on Apr 28, 2011 Reply

    I talked to my aunt from Spain, and they said that miss you in Spanish is Te extraño.

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  2. MarySchmidt on May 03, 2011 Reply

    There was a big sign that had: ‘Entonces me di cuenta que era mi corazón me dice que te extraño.‘ It might have been Spanish. Anyone know what it means?

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    • Marina on Jan 24, 2012 Reply

      It is, means “and then I realized that it was my heart saying I miss you”,

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  3. Kristi on May 03, 2011 Reply

    miss you seen in a Spanish example would look as: Te extraño cuando necesito un abrazo y no es todo.

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  4. Sidney Beckham on May 06, 2011 Reply

    I really like the previous examples it’s possible this one will be more helpful.. “¿Se te extraño cuando haya desaparecido?

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  5. Donald Mello on May 08, 2011 Reply

    I used some translation software to rewrite this sentence in Spanish:
    I need you to know that I care and I miss you.
    Necesito que sepas que me importa y te extraño.

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  6. willwyckoff@gmail.com on Sep 21, 2012 Reply

    I miss you in Spanish can be said two ways: Te extraño. or Te echo de menos. Both are correct.

    This translation is incorrect.
    I miss you mom after I moved out of the house.
    Te extraño a mamá después de se mudó de la casa.

    It should be: Te extraño mamá después de que me mudé de la casa.
    Or: Te extraño mamá despues de mudarme de la casa.

    Better yet: Te extraño mamá ya que me mude de la casa. But this really says, “I miss you, Mom, now that I’ve moved away from home.

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  7. Paula Einöder on Nov 06, 2012 Reply

    Te echo de menos (Castellano peninsular)
    Te extraño ( Se usa en el Río de la Plata, Sudamérica)

    ‘I need you to know that I care and I miss you.‘
    “Necesito que sepas que me importas y te extraño”

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  8. Klaudia Sobaczewska on Nov 24, 2012 Reply

    To be honest I never heard Te extraño……
    You say, Te echo de menos!

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  9. Dulce Oliva on Dec 21, 2012 Reply

    Miss you in spanish is: te extraño.

    the word miss in spanish has different meanings, but in this case thats the meaning.

    I am from a spanish country, so whener you need help, just post your question! :)

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    • Dulce Oliva on Dec 21, 2012 Reply

      just one more thing, to be clear… te echo de menos is another translation for I miss you, however is more known ¨te extraño¨, because te echo de menos, is more Mexican.

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  10. Maria De Leon Manzo on Jan 04, 2013 Reply

    Te extraño

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  11. Maria De Leon Manzo on Jan 04, 2013 Reply

    Te echo de menos is really like saying…I am missing you. The context of it would be used when you have a memory of someone as you are doing something the both of you would have done together.

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  12. Germán Camacho Blasco on Feb 05, 2013 Reply

    Bsbel Fish, can you undestarding those new now, pleasure ?.

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  13. Germán Camacho Blasco on Feb 05, 2013 Reply

    La casa de la pradera fué antes de Kunta Kingte. Creo.

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  14. Susan Loveridge on Mar 10, 2013 Reply

    Te extrano is an informal way of saying “I miss you”.
    La extrano is a formal way of saying “I miss you.

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    • Kathia Yarí Martínez on Apr 18, 2013 Reply

      La extraño would be “I miss her”, because la is a female article in spanish, just like her is a female pronoun.

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  15. Susan Loveridge on Mar 10, 2013 Reply

    Le extrano a mi Mama despues de que me mude de la casa.

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  16. Irene Castro on Apr 29, 2013 Reply

    Te echo de menos – Spain

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  17. Andres Barrientos on Jul 07, 2013 Reply

    Te extraño en español, en chile puede ser te echo de menos

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  18. ads asdasd on Aug 28, 2013 Reply

    !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  19. Bob Boblaw on Sep 28, 2013 Reply

    You can also use “Me haces falta.”

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  20. Rafa Quilez on May 12, 2014 Reply

    TOCAME LOS HUEVOS

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