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|Slovak to English translations [Non-PRO]|
Tourism & Travel / travel
|Slovak term or phrase: UDVOZOLJUK NALUNK. VITAME VAS|
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!!!
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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