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Bulgarian translation: mega; fantastiqno (i proqee...)

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English term or phrase:spondacious
Bulgarian translation:mega; fantastiqno (i proqee...)
Entered by: Peter Skipp
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04:33 Nov 10, 2001
English to Bulgarian translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: spondacious
No
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mega; fantastiqno (i proqee...)
Explanation:
You sure it's not "sponditious." If it is, then the above -- along with about a dozen others -- are okay, depending on context. "Sponditious" is a Lenny Henry word -- he invented it for his tv show about 15 yrs ago and it permeated into UK yoof culture (as you may recall...) It denoted general approbation and amazement, as in "Man, I've just bought this _totally sponditious_ shirt you've just got to see!!!"
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Peter Skipp
Bulgaria
Local time: 16:41
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mega; fantastiqno (i proqee...)


Explanation:
You sure it's not "sponditious." If it is, then the above -- along with about a dozen others -- are okay, depending on context. "Sponditious" is a Lenny Henry word -- he invented it for his tv show about 15 yrs ago and it permeated into UK yoof culture (as you may recall...) It denoted general approbation and amazement, as in "Man, I've just bought this _totally sponditious_ shirt you've just got to see!!!"

Peter Skipp
Bulgaria
Local time: 16:41
Native speaker of: Native in BulgarianBulgarian, Native in EnglishEnglish
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