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Hey what's up man?

Russian translation: Privet, Kak dela?

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English term or phrase:Hey, what's up man?
Russian translation:Privet, Kak dela?

14:49 Feb 16, 2001
English to Russian translations [Non-PRO]
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English term or phrase: Hey what's up man?
how would to young Russian men greet each other informally?
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Local time: 05:58
Privet, Mischa! . Kak dela?. Answer: Nu, nichego
Explanation:
Hi, Mike, how's everything? Well, not so bad. (sorry, no time for cyrillic)
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naPrivet, Mischa! . Kak dela?. Answer: Nu, nichego
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1 day 2 hrs
Privet, Mischa! . Kak dela?. Answer: Nu, nichego


Explanation:
Hi, Mike, how's everything? Well, not so bad. (sorry, no time for cyrillic)


    Opyt which means experience
George A.R (X)
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Thanks for the timely answer. Big help!
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3 days 7 hrs
See below.


Explanation:

- Привет, старина, как дела? (Privet, starina, kak dela?)

- Хорошо, спасибо, как сам? (Khorosho, spasibo, kak sam?)

This is a possible dialogue (among, or course, many others) between two Russian men. In English, this means:

- Hi, (old) man, how are you?

- I'm fine, thanks. What about you?



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