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My dearest

Ukrainian translation: Moya naidorozhcha Oksano,

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09:41 Sep 15, 2000
English to Ukrainian translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: My dearest
To start letter, as in "My Dearest Oksana,
Robert LaDean
Ukrainian translation:Moya naidorozhcha Oksano,
Explanation:
'Moya naidorozhcha Oksano' would be relevant in a private, intimate letter. However, in formal business correspondence the best form of address will be "Doroha Oksano'.

(I would love to get a letter beginning with 'My dearest...')
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Sandor
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Summary of answers provided
naМоя люба Оксано!vip
naMoya naidorozhcha Oksano,Sandor
naМоя люба ОксаноValentina Fedorova


  

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40 mins
Моя люба Оксано


Explanation:
"My dearest" in Ukainian will be "моя люба Оксана (moya lyuba Oksana)"
But when you ask somebody or begin letter you should start it with words "моя люба Оксано (moya luba Oksano)"

Valentina Fedorova
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49 mins
Moya naidorozhcha Oksano,


Explanation:
'Moya naidorozhcha Oksano' would be relevant in a private, intimate letter. However, in formal business correspondence the best form of address will be "Doroha Oksano'.

(I would love to get a letter beginning with 'My dearest...')

Sandor
Canada
Local time: 17:00
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8 hrs
Моя люба Оксано!


Explanation:
Moya lyuba Oksano!
Mind the ending -o (vocative case in Ukrainian) and exclamation sign instead of English coma.
(naidorozhcha is used very rarely)

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vip
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