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01:36 Aug 6, 2000
English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]
Tech/Engineering
English term or phrase: hey what's up?
means hello what are u doing
marissa
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Summary of answers provided
nawhy??David Robinette
naI agree with CeciliaxxxLaumab
nahey what's upMaria Torrent
naHola, que onda.Yolizma Zayas
naHola! Qué tal
Cecilia Benitez
naHola, que pasa?AWatts
naHola! Que hay de nuevo?Leonardo Lamarche
naHola, ¿qué hay?
Carmen Hernaiz


  

Answers


1 min
Hola, ¿qué hay?


Explanation:
En realidad depende de para qué pais traduces.
En España, el equivalente es este.
Suerte.

Carmen Hernaiz
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2 hrs
Hola, que pasa?


Explanation:
In Panama we would greet friends or relatives in this informal way.

good luck!

AWatts
Local time: 12:47
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3 hrs
Hola! Que hay de nuevo?


Explanation:
Por lo menos en Venezuela: Epa! que hay de nuevo? o Epa! Que hay de bueno? Espero sea de ayuda.

Leonardo Lamarche
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4 hrs
Hola! Qué tal


Explanation:
Esta es otra opción más, se usa en Argentina, en Chile, y supongo que en varios países más de habla española. También te puedo decir que el más amplio sería simplemente "Hola! Cómo estás?"
Chau
Cecilia

Cecilia Benitez
Local time: 13:47
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7 hrs
Hola, que onda.


Explanation:
Hi:

If you're using "Hey what's up" I imagine it's not at a business level, it's more slang than anything else. So in Spanish, at least in Mexico we use "Que onda" ó más exacto, "Hola, que onda".
Even though "Hola que tal" sounds good and my respects, "Hey what's up" is slang and means "Hola, que onda"

Good luck.

Y

Yolizma Zayas
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7 hrs
why??


Explanation:
Why or how are you translating something when you can't even translate a basic greeting??

David Robinette
Local time: 12:47
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9 hrs
I agree with Cecilia


Explanation:
Yes, that´s how we translate that expression in Argentina.
God luck
Laura

xxxLaumab
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10 hrs
hey what's up


Explanation:
En mi opinión, lo traduciría como"¡Qué pasó?",resultado de algo o alguna acción.

Maria Torrent
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