chillax

Slovenian translation: skulirati se (imp. skuliraj se)

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English term or phrase:chillax
Slovenian translation:skulirati se (imp. skuliraj se)
Entered by: Tomi Dobaj

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00:54 Nov 9, 2019
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English term or phrase: chillax
Definition from Oxford:
intransitive. To calm down and relax; to take it easy, to chill. Often in imperative: ‘relax’, ‘calm down’.

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skulirati se (imp. skuliraj se)
Definition:
Neprehodni glagol. Sprostiti se, umiriti se. V velelni obliki »skuliraj se«.
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9 hrs   confidence: Answerer confidence 3/5Answerer confidence 3/5 peer agreement (net): +3
skulirati se (imp. skuliraj se)


Definition from own experience or research:
Neprehodni glagol. Sprostiti se, umiriti se. V velelni obliki »skuliraj se«.

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Explanation:
This is a suggestion of a translation by an existing Slovenian neologism that has been adopted into colloquial language throughout the country and has been introduced into the 2014 Edition of the SSKJ.
Otherwise, to get a more direct (even if new) translation, it is very unlikely we would be able coin a verb from two other similar verbs like it is done in English.
Tomi Dobaj
Slovenia
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PRO pts in category: 4

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