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Polish translation: natretny przesladowca

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English term or phrase:stalker
Polish translation:natretny przesladowca
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08:08 Jan 6, 2001
English to Polish translations [PRO]
Law/Patents
English term or phrase: Stalker
She's been followed by a stalker all week.
Agnieszka
natretny przesladowca
Explanation:
To raczej nie wielbieciel, a po prostu przesladowca (nawet maniakalny).
Stalker - someone who follows another person, often with a sinister purpose.
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Natalie
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Local time: 23:43
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Summary of answers provided
nanatretny przesladowca
Natalie
nanatretny wielbiciel
Uwe Kirmse


  

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1 hr
natretny wielbiciel


Explanation:
zazwyczaj jest to byly kochanek, byly maz itp.

Uwe Kirmse
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2 hrs
natretny przesladowca


Explanation:
To raczej nie wielbieciel, a po prostu przesladowca (nawet maniakalny).
Stalker - someone who follows another person, often with a sinister purpose.


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