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heut abend?

English translation: tonight

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20:43 Jun 23, 2000
German to English translations [Non-PRO]
German term or phrase: heut abend?
Kommst du mit zum Schraad? Mu(B) es wissen, weil ich mich gleich auf die Spur mach! Bis denne. Wenn nicht bis morgen!
Cassandra
English translation:tonight
Explanation:
Are you coming to the Schraad? I need to know, because I'm leaving in a moment. See you then. If not, see you tomorrow.

(that's how I understand it. It seems to be Hessen dialect)
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Dagmar Gove
Local time: 12:12
Grading comment
Thank you very much. I tried other online translation websites, but they were not as helpful as you were.:) I appreciate it.
Cassandra
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Summary of answers provided
natonight
Dagmar Gove
natonight ?/maybe tonight ?/then tonight ?Lingua S.


  

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5 hrs
tonight ?/maybe tonight ?/then tonight ?


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The right phrase depends of the context.

Lingua S.
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5 hrs
tonight


Explanation:
Are you coming to the Schraad? I need to know, because I'm leaving in a moment. See you then. If not, see you tomorrow.

(that's how I understand it. It seems to be Hessen dialect)

Dagmar Gove
Local time: 12:12
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman
Grading comment
Thank you very much. I tried other online translation websites, but they were not as helpful as you were.:) I appreciate it.
Cassandra
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