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Erdapfel

Zulu translation: potato

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09:26 Mar 8, 2002
Afrikaans to Zulu translations [Non-PRO]
Art/Literary
Afrikaans term or phrase: Erdapfel
In a story
Misha
Zulu translation:potato
Explanation:
Erdapfel is used in some regions of Germany and Austria instead of "Kartoffel", which means potato.

But I agree with Mirror:

a) are you sure the book you are reading is Afrikaans?

b) do you really want a translation into Zulu?

Serge L.
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Serge L
Local time: 19:55
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Sorry for the confusion I've seemed to have created here, but this question was just a test to see if my link to the Kudoz answering systems works! I've been told that nobody exists in this language pair and I could use it to test my link. Well, I now know that it works...

Thanks for your prompt help anyway!

Misha
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potato


Explanation:
Erdapfel is used in some regions of Germany and Austria instead of "Kartoffel", which means potato.

But I agree with Mirror:

a) are you sure the book you are reading is Afrikaans?

b) do you really want a translation into Zulu?

Serge L.


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Serge L
Local time: 19:55
Grading comment
Sorry for the confusion I've seemed to have created here, but this question was just a test to see if my link to the Kudoz answering systems works! I've been told that nobody exists in this language pair and I could use it to test my link. Well, I now know that it works...

Thanks for your prompt help anyway!

Misha
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