Your beauty leaves me breathless

Greek translation: Η ομορφιά σου μου κόβει την ανάσα

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English term or phrase:Your beauty leaves me breathless
Greek translation:Η ομορφιά σου μου κόβει την ανάσα
Entered by: Lamprini Kosma

04:34 Jan 4, 2003
English to Greek translations [Non-PRO]
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English term or phrase: Your beauty leaves me breathless
telling a woman how lovely she is
Achilles
Η ομορφιά σου μου κόβει την ανάσα
Explanation:
An expression used to tell a woman that she's really beautiful.
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Lamprini Kosma
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Local time: 10:26
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5 +9Η ομορφιά σου μου κόβει την ανάσα
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Η ομορφιά σου μου κόβει την ανάσα


Explanation:
An expression used to tell a woman that she's really beautiful.

Lamprini Kosma
Italy
Local time: 10:26
Native speaker of: Native in GreekGreek
PRO pts in pair: 542
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