sausage

Polish translation: kiełbasa

19:34 Aug 12, 2001
English to Polish translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: sausage
food
Jenna
Polish translation:kiełbasa
Explanation:
Perhaps Natalie will confirm this!

Very fine Polish sausage!
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DR. RICHARD BAVRY (X)
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Summary of answers provided
na +4kiełbasa
DR. RICHARD BAVRY (X)
na +1[ADDENDUM]
DR. RICHARD BAVRY (X)
na +1[COMMENT]
DR. RICHARD BAVRY (X)
na -1KIELBASA (KYHEHW-BAHSAH)
ZALMAN


  

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43 mins peer agreement (net): +4
kiełbasa


Explanation:
Perhaps Natalie will confirm this!

Very fine Polish sausage!


    Many happy tastings!
DR. RICHARD BAVRY (X)
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Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Natalie: Yep. Also: parowka.
6 hrs
  -> thanks, Natalie...forgot parowka...also very good!

agree  Joanna Kwiatowska: but "parowka" is a "hot dog"
15 hrs
  -> doggone right, Joanna! But it is awfully hot here! I bow wow out now!

agree  Robert Pranagal
17 days
  -> Thanks, Robert!

agree  Jacek Krankowski (X): and welcome to this SC. Some of the participants,I guess,missed you at the ProZ Convention
51 days
  -> Thank you very much for the warm welcome, Jacek!
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47 mins peer agreement (net): +1
[COMMENT]


Explanation:
You will need to change your viewing encoding to Central European (ISO) to view the crossed "l" properly.


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DR. RICHARD BAVRY (X)

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Jacek Krankowski (X): Dr.Bavry, could you,pls,explain the meaning of that string of ideograms (?) next to your name?
51 days
  -> Oh my! Yep...roughly translated means, "to pay lip service"...i.e., to say something without truly honoring it
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57 mins peer agreement (net): -1
KIELBASA (KYHEHW-BAHSAH)


Explanation:
THE LETTER L, WHEN WRITTEN WITH A SLASH IS READ AS "W"

ZALMAN

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
disagree  DR. RICHARD BAVRY (X): sorry, it is "pronounced" as "w"..maybe that is what you meant
6 mins
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58 mins peer agreement (net): +1
[ADDENDUM]


Explanation:
Even Central European (Windows) encoding should also work!

HTH

Rich


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DR. RICHARD BAVRY (X)

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Jacek Krankowski (X): Considering the variety of encodings,would you recommend using Polish fonts at all when answering KudoZ?
51 days
  -> Interesting point...with Russian there are some standard transliterations...how about with Polish?
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