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MY JELEN MOJ ZALOSTAN.... MORSKA BOLEST

English translation: My Poor Deer.... Great Pain

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Czech term or phrase:MY JELEN MOJ ZALOSTAN.... MORSKA BOLEST
English translation:My Poor Deer.... Great Pain
Entered by: Pavel Blann
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15:19 Jun 29, 2007
Czech to English translations [PRO]
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Czech term or phrase: MY JELEN MOJ ZALOSTAN.... MORSKA BOLEST
Sorry to ask this... it is for one of my boy's friend, in school.
Hope it's not offensive or else... because I have absolutly no idea.
Thank you very much.
Juan Jacob
Mexico
Local time: 10:26
My Poor Deer.... Great Pain
Explanation:
I guess--since it's in a language from the former Yugoslavia

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Note added at 11 min (2007-06-29 15:31:02 GMT)
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No, it's no CZECH.

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Note added at 14 min (2007-06-29 15:33:38 GMT)
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No problem, and you're welcome.

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Note added at 26 min (2007-06-29 15:45:39 GMT)
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(Serbo)croatian I guess

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Note added at 31 min (2007-06-29 15:51:27 GMT) Post-grading
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I am glad my answer was helpful to you. Greeting from Prague.
Selected response from:

Pavel Blann
Czech Republic
Local time: 17:26
Grading comment
Thank you so much for your help. I'll put the question in the language you pointed. Please excuse my ignorance in this matter. Greetings from Mexico.
4 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer

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My Poor Deer.... Great Pain


Explanation:
I guess--since it's in a language from the former Yugoslavia

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Note added at 11 min (2007-06-29 15:31:02 GMT)
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No, it's no CZECH.

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Note added at 14 min (2007-06-29 15:33:38 GMT)
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No problem, and you're welcome.

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Note added at 26 min (2007-06-29 15:45:39 GMT)
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(Serbo)croatian I guess

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Note added at 31 min (2007-06-29 15:51:27 GMT) Post-grading
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I am glad my answer was helpful to you. Greeting from Prague.

Pavel Blann
Czech Republic
Local time: 17:26
Native speaker of: Native in CzechCzech
PRO pts in category: 4
Grading comment
Thank you so much for your help. I'll put the question in the language you pointed. Please excuse my ignorance in this matter. Greetings from Mexico.
Notes to answerer
Asker: Gee! Not Check? Thanks...

Asker: Sorry, very sorry... Czech. Thanks again.

Asker: Any clue about the language? Thanks.


Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
neutral  vic voskuil: no comments on the translation, but why add this to the glossary? and why the CZ-glossary in particular...?
1 day5 hrs
  -> I've added a slavic term into cz glossary. why not?
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Jun 29, 2007 - Changes made by Pavel Blann:
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