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Discussion in 'General' started by rewris, 10 Aug 2004.

  1. rewris

    rewris New Member

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    hey guys, i live in america and English is my one and only language, i'm learning a little bit of spanish from my g/f, but anyone wants to share common words of their language, i would like to learn. german or whatever im interested.
    peace. :hip: oh, and if u putting some thing could you put a pronunciation spelling too, and a description if you want.
    e.g. wazzup (waz-app) greeting,salutations. abbreviation of what's up. <<<like that.
     
  2. relix

    relix Well-Known Member

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    Learn Dutch! It's the language of the world! ... a couple of centuries ago ...

    /me searches an English word derived from a Dutch one

    How about bolwerk?
     
  3. warrmr

    warrmr New Member

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    i have a dutch friend who seems to think that a shop called "Kut Price" is rater funny. he tells me that KUT in dutch is a slang word for a female part of the anatomy. im sure relix will correct me on this one.

    so in engish it woudl be something like "CU*T price"
     
  4. Hamish

    Hamish New Member

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    i suggest you try learning english :worried:
    :p
    *hides*
     
  5. Lovah

    Lovah Apple and Canon fanboy

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    That is indeed quite a funny store. What do they sell there?
    And ur translation is correct aswell.

    L
     
  6. relix

    relix Well-Known Member

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    Yeah, as Lovah said. Also, kut is often used as a dysfemism of words like "stupid, annoying, damned, ..." or just about any adjective that has a negative meaning could be replaced, in Dutch Dutch (not really in Flemish Dutch), by kut.

    You know that GEiL RAM manufacturer? Well, in Dutch, Geil means horny... :D
     
  7. warrmr

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    its a store like its a pound and pound streacher. its just a genral shop that sells everything really cheap. its abit liek a supermarket but without teh food it sells all the cleaning products and batterys and stuff for as close to £1 as possible
     
  8. Carbon

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    heheheh :D
     
  9. Guest-16

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    Tbh, i doubt most english people can speak english properly.
     
  10. kenco_uk

    kenco_uk I unsuccessfully then tried again

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    :hehe: :hehe: LOL - horny ram.. lol :D

    Aahh, whatever next.

    Someone'll be saying 'motherboard' means 'midget porn' next..
     
  11. Guest-16

    Guest-16 Guest

    Well tbh the latest Abit boards constantly make me think of condoms.
     

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