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UDVOZOLJUK NALUNK. VITAME VAS

English translation: welcome

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05:31 Sep 27, 2003
Slovak to English translations [Non-PRO]
Tourism & Travel / travel
Slovak term or phrase: UDVOZOLJUK NALUNK. VITAME VAS
Dear Recipient,

I came across the term in the classifieds by a travel agency a local English newspapaer here in Taiwan. As a language teacher, I'm desperate to know which language the expression is written in. I've been informed that 'vitame vas' is slovak. But how about 'UDVOZOLJUK NALUNK'? Please help me!!!
Yi-Ling Yeh
English translation:welcome
Explanation:
vitame vas means welcome and it is really in Slovak. In Czech (my mother tongue it sounds similar - vítáme vás (i, a, and a are long in Czech).
"Udvozoljuk nalunk" seems to be in Hungarian but I do not know, what it means. Try English - Hungarian pair.
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Jirina Nevosadova
Local time: 03:17
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Thank you very much indeed for your prompt reply and for your info.
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welcome


Explanation:
vitame vas means welcome and it is really in Slovak. In Czech (my mother tongue it sounds similar - vítáme vás (i, a, and a are long in Czech).
"Udvozoljuk nalunk" seems to be in Hungarian but I do not know, what it means. Try English - Hungarian pair.

Jirina Nevosadova
Local time: 03:17
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Thank you very much indeed for your prompt reply and for your info.
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