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13:32 Sep 13, 2007
English to Hindi translations [PRO]
Textiles / Clothing / Fashion
English term or phrase: 3 different words for underwear, briefs and panties
underwear - general term used for all kinds of clothing worn under the outer garments, usually next to the skin.
briefs - men's underpants without legs.
panties - women's underpants without legs.
Gilmanovich
Local time: 03:26
Hindi translation:Hire a professional...
Explanation:
Dear

I have been observing these kudoz questions you have been asking for last 3-4 days, and it seems you are preparing kind of glossary or something. If this is true, I will advise you to hire a good professional from 500 odd Hindi translators listed on this site.

The way you have been asking the questions, someone among us will soon ban you for 'misuse of feature".

If this is not correct, please mention why you need Hindi for these words.
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Anil Goyal
India
Local time: 05:56
Grading comment
Sorry for having confused you. I and my friend from America are learning Hindi with a manual in English and translate together some articles to improve our knowledge. It is difficult to understand that there are two or three different things that have the same translation. Therefore we ask questions. But In this situation we have asked the same question that we had decided to ask two times by accident because Ann didn't know that I had asked it. We are very sorry. And I don't think that when any person wants to compose a dictionary he or she needs different words :-) Thank you for your help and sorry one more time.
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Hire a professional...


Explanation:
Dear

I have been observing these kudoz questions you have been asking for last 3-4 days, and it seems you are preparing kind of glossary or something. If this is true, I will advise you to hire a good professional from 500 odd Hindi translators listed on this site.

The way you have been asking the questions, someone among us will soon ban you for 'misuse of feature".

If this is not correct, please mention why you need Hindi for these words.

Anil Goyal
India
Local time: 05:56
Native speaker of: Native in HindiHindi
PRO pts in category: 4
Grading comment
Sorry for having confused you. I and my friend from America are learning Hindi with a manual in English and translate together some articles to improve our knowledge. It is difficult to understand that there are two or three different things that have the same translation. Therefore we ask questions. But In this situation we have asked the same question that we had decided to ask two times by accident because Ann didn't know that I had asked it. We are very sorry. And I don't think that when any person wants to compose a dictionary he or she needs different words :-) Thank you for your help and sorry one more time.

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