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Welcome to the borough of Newtownabbey. From Mayor, Alderman . . . .

Polish translation: Witajcie w Newtownabbey

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02:50 Feb 2, 2001
English to Polish translations [PRO]
English term or phrase: Welcome to the borough of Newtownabbey. From Mayor, Alderman . . . .
Sorry if this is a bit insulting, but I can't find a Polish dictionary and the machine translator won't work.

Thanks
Barrie
Polish translation:Witajcie w Newtownabbey
Explanation:
Witajcie w Newtownabbey.
or:
Witajcie w miasteczku Newtownabbey.

If Mayor, Alderman etc are last names,
then add:
From Mayor, Alderman ...
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Natalie
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Summary of answers provided
naWitamy w (zapraszamy do) miasteczka ...jaj
naWitajcie w Newtownabbey
Natalie


  

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Witajcie w Newtownabbey


Explanation:
Witajcie w Newtownabbey.
or:
Witajcie w miasteczku Newtownabbey.

If Mayor, Alderman etc are last names,
then add:
From Mayor, Alderman ...

Natalie
Poland
Local time: 01:15
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Witamy w (zapraszamy do) miasteczka ...


Explanation:
welcome - a greeting expressing pleasure at a person's coming/ to greet with pleasure or ceremony


    Oxford American Dictionary, New York, 1980
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