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08:56 May 26, 2001
English to Greek translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: whats up
it means whats going on in your life right now, or whats new

Summary of answers provided
naτι νέα; (ti nea?) [also: τι κάνεις; (ti kaneis?) πώς τα πας; (pos ta pas?) πώς πάει; (pos paei?)]Planogroup
naτι κάνεις ; ti kaneis ?Carole Reade-Kentros



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τι κάνεις ; ti kaneis ?

what's up ?

τι κάνεις ; ti kaneis ? second person of the singular, informal
τι κάνετε ; ti kanete ? second person of the plural, formal

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Carole Reade-Kentros
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τι νέα; (ti nea?) [also: τι κάνεις; (ti kaneis?) πώς τα πας; (pos ta pas?) πώς πάει; (pos paei?)]

The most accurate Greek translation that matches the explanation you are giving is:

Tι νέα; (ti nea?) (=what's new?)

Nevertheless, in everyday language, when Greeks address other people and want to ask the same question ("what's up"), they also use the following phrases:

Tι κάνεις; (ti kaneis?) (=how are you, but you also expect the person to tell you what's going on in his/her life)

Πώς τα πας; (pos ta pas?)/Πώς πάει; (pos paei?) (=how are you doing?)

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