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Auf Wiedersehn

Polish translation: do widzenia

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11:13 Nov 7, 2000
German to Polish translations [Non-PRO]
German term or phrase: Auf Wiedersehn
sich verabschieden von Jemanden
Tom
Polish translation:do widzenia
Explanation:
"pozegnanie" heißt Verabschiedung! "Auf Wiedesehen" heißt "do widzenia".
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Uwe Kirmse
Local time: 00:01
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Summary of answers provided
na +2do widzenia
Uwe Kirmse
napozegnaniePegmoe
naGoodbye!Pegmoe


  

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1 hr
Goodbye!


Explanation:
to say goodbye to someone

I hope it helped!

Pegmoe

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Uwe Kirmse
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1 hr
pozegnanie


Explanation:
Sorry for the English translation. My eyes didn't catch that right. That's what you get when you are in a hurry.
Viel Glück!

Pegmoe

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19 hrs peer agreement (net): +2
do widzenia


Explanation:
"pozegnanie" heißt Verabschiedung! "Auf Wiedesehen" heißt "do widzenia".

Uwe Kirmse
Local time: 00:01
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman
PRO pts in pair: 474
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agree  Grzegorz Cygan
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agree  SATRO
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