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06:50 Mar 21, 2002
Czech to Slovak translations [Non-PRO]
Czech term or phrase: Smile
Bohemian term for smile
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5úsměv, usmívej se, usměj se, usmívejte se, usmějte se, etc.xxxMilitiaman
4úsměv
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úsměv


Explanation:
usmívat se - to smile

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úsměv, usmívej se, usměj se, usmívejte se, usmějte se, etc.


Explanation:
The Czech language iS flexible, e.g.

smile (noun) = úsměv
smile (imperative singular/plural imperfective) = usmívej se/usmívejte se
smile (imperative singular/plural perfective) = usměj se/usmějte se
smile (first person singular/plural) = usmívám se/usmíváme se
smile (second person singular/polural) = usmívᚠse/usmíváte se
smile (third person singular/plural) = usmívá se/usmívají se

And, according to the particular context, there are of course more variations.

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