What does this french phrase mean?

Ok, I’m a sixth semester french student, and I tried to look this up on a free translation site, and still couldn’t find it: what does "Amante de moi" mean? I wanna know what jean-claude is calling anita!

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  • amante de moi means "ma maîtresse"(my lover)

    she’s my lover(mistress)

    aimante:caring, loving

    amoureuse de moi:she’s in love with me

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    What does this french phrase mean?

    Ok, I'm a sixth semester french student, and I tried to look this up on a free translation site, and still couldn't find it: what does "Amante de moi" mean? I wanna know what jean-claude is calling anita!

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    First off, that sentence is grossly misspelled. Whoever wrote it doesn’t speak french or prides himself/herself in speaking like an idiot. In this case, the meaning of "date" is not like a point in time. Don’t forget a ton of anglicisms have made their way into other languages. If this sentence had been correct: Voulez-vous sortir avec moi? => Would you like to go on a date with me? Iriez-vous sur une "date"(slang) avec moi? => awkward and dumb way to phrase it, made even more dumb by the fact the person is using the polite "vous" yet is using a slang word in the same sentence = confusing "Proper" slang (lulz) : Tu irais sur une date avec moi? Veux-tu sotir avec moi? Veux-tu aller sur une date avec moi?

  • Amante De Moi

  • Lover of me

  • It means "Lover of me" but to put it more our terms it would be "my lover"

  • It is "voulez-vous sortir avec moi?" which means "do you wanna go out with me"

  • my lover

    Source(s): i talk french
  • my lover

  • "amante" means: mistress.

    "de moi" means: to me.

    the general meaning is: my mistress.

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