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Czech translation: Mᚠpřítele? (or) Máte přítele? (or) Chodíš s někým?

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04:50 Sep 29, 2000
English to Czech translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: have you got a boyfriend ?
have you got a boyfriend
huseyin
Czech translation:Mᚠpřítele? (or) Máte přítele? (or) Chodíš s někým?
Explanation:
"Mᚠpřítele?" or "Máte přítele?" is the exact translation, rather formal; the second option is more polite, to be used when asking a woman you call Mrs./Miss. without using her first name.

"Chodíš s někým?" is more colloquial, the same meaning as "walk together with a boy/man", "date with ..." etc.
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na +1Mᚠpřítele? (or) Máte přítele? (or) Chodíš s někým?Petr Motejzik
naMas kluka?H.G.


  

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6 hrs peer agreement (net): +1
Mᚠpřítele? (or) Máte přítele? (or) Chodíš s někým?


Explanation:
"Mᚠpřítele?" or "Máte přítele?" is the exact translation, rather formal; the second option is more polite, to be used when asking a woman you call Mrs./Miss. without using her first name.

"Chodíš s někým?" is more colloquial, the same meaning as "walk together with a boy/man", "date with ..." etc.

Petr Motejzik
Local time: 22:51
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Mas kluka?


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Jednoduche,velmi prime,hovorove,pouziti zalezi na kontextu


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