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Yiddish translation: Ich bagriss aich in inserer statzije far najes fin tug

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English term or phrase:Welcome to the news station.
Yiddish translation:Ich bagriss aich in inserer statzije far najes fin tug
Entered by: Rachel Gruenberger-Elbaz
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18:24 Oct 30, 2001
English to Yiddish translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: Welcome to the news station.
For LA project basic terms or simplest form
Ben
Ich bagriss aich in inserer statzije far najes fin tug
Explanation:
Dear Ben,
I guess there is more then one way to say it, but this is, what I could think of. On Israeli radio "news" is being translated as "najes fin tug", (daily news), maybe it would be enough to say only "najes" or "najigkeiten".
"Ich bagriss aich" is "I welcome you".
Another possibility would be: "Said bagrisst..." in English "Be welcomed"...
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Rachel Gruenberger-Elbaz
Local time: 22:52
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4 +2Ich bagriss aich in inserer statzije far najes fin tugRachel Gruenberger-Elbaz


  

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Ich bagriss aich in inserer statzije far najes fin tug


Explanation:
Dear Ben,
I guess there is more then one way to say it, but this is, what I could think of. On Israeli radio "news" is being translated as "najes fin tug", (daily news), maybe it would be enough to say only "najes" or "najigkeiten".
"Ich bagriss aich" is "I welcome you".
Another possibility would be: "Said bagrisst..." in English "Be welcomed"...

Rachel Gruenberger-Elbaz
Local time: 22:52
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman
Grading comment
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Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  John Kinory
128 days
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