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You're some kind of brother!

Czech translation: Jsi brácha jak má být!

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18:04 Sep 4, 2011
English to Czech translations [Non-PRO]
Slang / conversation between brothers
English term or phrase: You're some kind of brother!
a compliment to a brother
Lynn Mauzer
Czech translation:Jsi brácha jak má být!
Explanation:
or "Seš brácha jak má bejt!" if it is really informal...
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Zbynek Taborsky
Czech Republic
Local time: 13:57
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4 +4Jsi brácha jak má být!
Zbynek Taborsky


  

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you're some kind of brother!
Jsi brácha jak má být!


Explanation:
or "Seš brácha jak má bejt!" if it is really informal...

Zbynek Taborsky
Czech Republic
Local time: 13:57
Native speaker of: Czech
Grading comment
Selected automatically based on peer agreement.

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Tomas Mosler, DipTrans IoLET MCIL MITI: But please use comma in front of "jak". Or for example: Jsi bratr, jak se patří! (very formal tone) / Seš brácha, jak se patří! (informal)
22 mins
  -> Díky, Tomáši! S čárkou, samozřejmě!

agree  jankaisler
3 hrs
  -> Díky, Jane!

agree  Blanka Salkova
11 hrs
  -> Díky, Blanko!

agree  Tobiáš Zíka
1 day 20 hrs
  -> Díky, Tobiáši!
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