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Hebrew translation: HAKEN REK

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English term or phrase:empty nest
Hebrew translation:HAKEN REK
Entered by: Tammy Portelli-Alon
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12:29 Nov 12, 2000
English to Hebrew translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: empty nest
how would you translate into hebrew the concept of
"empty nest", a home from which the children have
"flown"
chaya erez
HAKEN REK
Explanation:
which means - "The nest is empty"

Another alternative is:
HAKEN HITROKEN
which means: "The nest has/have been emptied"
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Tammy Portelli-Alon
Grading comment
thanks for your answer. i was beginning to feel ignored... i was looking more for a comparable israeli term for "empty nesters" than for a literal translation. if i hear of one, i'll let you know. thanks again.

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naHAKEN REKTammy Portelli-Alon


  

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62 days
HAKEN REK


Explanation:
which means - "The nest is empty"

Another alternative is:
HAKEN HITROKEN
which means: "The nest has/have been emptied"

Tammy Portelli-Alon
PRO pts in pair: 8
Grading comment
thanks for your answer. i was beginning to feel ignored... i was looking more for a comparable israeli term for "empty nesters" than for a literal translation. if i hear of one, i'll let you know. thanks again.
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