What Does Vamos In Spanish Mean?

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NASSY NASCARNUT Profile
NASSY NASCARNUT answered
It is the present tense of the verb ir: To go.  Why it changes from ir to a v word is beyond me but here it is:




  • voy= I go




  • vas= you go




  • va= he/she goes




  • van= they go




  • vamos= we go
And should one wish to say "Let's go!" one could say "Vamanos!"
I really hope that helps you sir...♥
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
It is a conjugated form of the verb "ir", meaning "to go".  It means "let's go"! 
 
Example:  Vamos a casa! = (let's go home!)
Rev. Dr. Charles Rogers Profile
It can also be "We are going"
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Vamos is a Spanish word which means " we go" but it used mostly as "lets go".

like: Lets go, this place is a mess and this sales boy is very irritating; I don't want anything from here.

Have fun and enjoy blurting :)

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Charming Gurl answered
hey,
vamos means 'we go' but in general we say 'let's go' instead of 'we go'.
 
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all the best..

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