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English translation: Have a lovely day.

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09:13 Aug 24, 2000
Czech to English translations [Non-PRO]
Czech term or phrase: mej
mej se krsne (closing of a letter)
sheryl
English translation:Have a lovely day.
Explanation:
I do not think there is actually a real translation of this Czech phrase. In my opinion the above would be an English equivalent to the phrase. However, when we say "Měj se krásně", it carries a more general meaning, it is not 'just one day' thing. It actually means something like "Have a lovely day every day." I hope this explains it. So, měj se krásně! :-)
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Alena Heisler
United States
Local time: 13:08
Grading comment
It helped so much and I asked a friend - he gave the same answer. Thanks!
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naHave a lovely day.Alena Heisler


  

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23 hrs
Have a lovely day.


Explanation:
I do not think there is actually a real translation of this Czech phrase. In my opinion the above would be an English equivalent to the phrase. However, when we say "Měj se krásně", it carries a more general meaning, it is not 'just one day' thing. It actually means something like "Have a lovely day every day." I hope this explains it. So, měj se krásně! :-)

Alena Heisler
United States
Local time: 13:08
Native speaker of: Native in CzechCzech
PRO pts in pair: 4
Grading comment
It helped so much and I asked a friend - he gave the same answer. Thanks!
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