How do I say “put away your clothes” in Spanish?

Please answer only if you are actually fluent in Spanish. I have already looked it up using translator software and found it lacking.

Guard your clothes huh? Well, I guess that it the answer! I will choose the answer from the person who gives me the best source.

10 Answers

  • “put away” = guarda (ir you want to be formal you would say “GUARDE”)

    “your” = tu (ir you want to be formal you would say “SU”)

    “Clothes” = Ropa (you can say ROPA and people will know its plural you dont need to say ROPAS)

    So the sentence should look somehting like this:

    Guarda tu ropa.

    or the formal way to say it:

    Guarde su ropa

    Hope this helps!

    NOTE: “Your” would literally mean “Tus” but that would make the sentence wrong so you have to say it in singular.

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    How do I say “put away your clothes” in Spanish?

    Please answer only if you are actually fluent in Spanish. I have already looked it up using translator software and found it lacking.

  • Guarda tu ropa–> informal

    Guarde su ropa–> formal

  • Guarda tu ropa.

  • Guarda tu ropa.

  • Be nice and say ” Guarda tu ropa , por favor”

  • guarda tu ropa

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  • guarder los ropas – to put away clothes

    guarda sus ropas, por favor – you put away your clothes please.

    Puedes guarder sus ropas por favor – can you put away your clothes pplease

  • quitate la ropa

    or

    pon a un lado tu ropa (?)

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