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|Greek to English translations [Non-PRO]|
|Greek term or phrase: Yiasou! Tikanis? Kala. Harto Paytseta|
|English translation:Hi. How are you? ...|
Yiasou = Hi, hello
Ti kanis? = How are you?
Kala = OK, fine
Hartopetseta = napkin. (this is quite irrelevant, but that's what it means)
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