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Afrikaans translation: Geseënde Kersfees

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11:50 Nov 19, 2008
English to Afrikaans translations [Non-PRO]
Advertising / Public Relations
English term or phrase: happy christmas
Christmas flier
Alejandra
Afrikaans translation:Geseënde Kersfees
Explanation:
Directly translated into English it would mean "Blessed Christmas". This is the most common Afrikaans way of saying "Happy Christmas".
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South Africa
Local time: 20:56
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Geseënde Kersfees


Explanation:
Directly translated into English it would mean "Blessed Christmas". This is the most common Afrikaans way of saying "Happy Christmas".

lexispro
South Africa
Local time: 20:56
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in AfrikaansAfrikaans
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agree  Anita du Plessis
7 mins

agree  Samuel Murray: If you're afraid of religious connotations, you can also use "Gelukkige Kersfees!" (happy christmas) or "Lekker Kersfees hou!" (have a nice christmas), but typically "Geseënde Kersfees!" would be correct and most common.
3 hrs

agree  Johan Venter
6 hrs
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