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20:46 Jul 21, 2000
English to Lithuanian translations [PRO]
English term or phrase: hello, How are you. Miss seeing you.
this is say hello. Like asking how you are doing. And telling someone that you Miss seeing them.
Mathew Leineke
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Summary of answers provided
naLabas, kaip sekasi? As taves pasiilgau!Siarhej Shupa
naLabas, kaip gyveni. Pasiilgau tavęs.
Ernestas Lomsargis


  

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3 hrs
Labas, kaip gyveni. Pasiilgau tavęs.


Explanation:
(Note: letter "ę" in word "tavęs" actually is "e" with a "hook" attached below, if you have encoding without Lithuanian letters.)

Some other translation options:

Hello = Labas, Laba diena (good day), Labas rytas (good morning), Labas vakaras (good evening), Sveikas (more informal; ending should be changed according to gender: sing.M—Sveikas; sing.F—Sveika; pl.M—Sveiki; pl.F—Sveikos)

How are you = Kaip gyveni (how is life), Kaip sekasi (how is business)

Ernestas Lomsargis
Local time: 04:18
Native speaker of: Native in LithuanianLithuanian
PRO pts in pair: 1361
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2 days6 hrs
Labas, kaip sekasi? As taves pasiilgau!


Explanation:
The translation is without diacritics. It is OK if you use it in an e-mail message. Normally there should be a "birdy" over 's' in 'As' and a "tail" below 'e' in 'taves'.

Siarhej Shupa
Local time: 03:18
Native speaker of: Native in BelarusianBelarusian, Native in RussianRussian
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