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|English to Russian translations [Non-PRO]|
|English term or phrase: What's up dude?|
|Just interested to get different versions of Russian translation for that popular slang phrase.|
|for 'dude' to add: 'starina', 'starichok'|
from Oxford: dude 1.(slang) fellow, 2.(US) dandy, 3. (US) city-dweller staying on a ranch -
considering the above I would not use neither 'bratan' [or 'koreshok'](too low in slang) nor 'bazar' (same reason).
"Chuvak" is good, I'd go for it.
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Как дела, чувак?
What's up can be translated in many different ways - как дела, что случилось, о чем базар -depending on the situation. Dude may have three variants - чувак (older but still in use), братан (mostly used by the so called "new Russians" and the like)and чел - teenager slang.
Hope this helps