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|English to Czech translations [Non-PRO]|
|English term or phrase: HELLO|
|TO SAY HELLO|
If it is a person you know very well, i.e. a person you'd address "Hello, Peter", you'd say "Ahoj" in Czech(pronounced as "ahoy").
If you want to address this person formally, ("Good morning, Ms. Marmelstein") you'd say "Dobry den".
In English, you can address more people by their first names than in Czech. Czechs are a little bit more formal.
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