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"טראח", "פלאח"

English translation: טראח = slam, bang, crash/פלאח= bumpkin, simpleton

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20:17 Jan 13, 2008
Hebrew to English translations [Non-PRO]
Cooking / Culinary
Hebrew term or phrase: "טראח", "פלאח"
כל "אוסקר, תזיז את זה!", מעורר "טראח!" מכיוונו, כל "תדחף את זה!" זוכה ל"פלאח!" בתגובה
Simon Charass
Canada
Local time: 03:35
English translation:טראח = slam, bang, crash/פלאח= bumpkin, simpleton
Explanation:
I guess "trach" is onomatopea = slam, bang
"falach" is actually arabic meaning peasant or hebrew for simpleton or bumpkin. Of course it might be just the rhyme to "trach" - what was the context again?......:)
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Vere Barzilai
Israel
Local time: 10:35
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Thak you for your help.
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4 +1טראח = slam, bang, crash/פלאח= bumpkin, simpleton
Vere Barzilai


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טראח = slam, bang, crash/פלאח= bumpkin, simpleton


Explanation:
I guess "trach" is onomatopea = slam, bang
"falach" is actually arabic meaning peasant or hebrew for simpleton or bumpkin. Of course it might be just the rhyme to "trach" - what was the context again?......:)

Vere Barzilai
Israel
Local time: 10:35
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Thak you for your help.

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