siyoura

English translation: Are you sure you're OK?

15:45 Aug 2, 2001
Greek to English translations [Non-PRO]
Greek term or phrase: siyoura
eisai kala siyoura?
lisa tetonis
English translation:Are you sure you're OK?
Explanation:
Sigoura (Σίγουρα) is an adverb meaning "certainly, definitely, surely".
Eisai (Είσαι) is the second person singular of the verb "eimai" () = to be
kala (καλά) is an adverb meaning "OK, allright".

So I'd say "Are you sure you're OK?" or "Are you sure you're allright?".

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Daphne Theodoraki
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Local time: 08:35
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Are you sure you're OK?


Explanation:
Sigoura (Σίγουρα) is an adverb meaning "certainly, definitely, surely".
Eisai (Είσαι) is the second person singular of the verb "eimai" () = to be
kala (καλά) is an adverb meaning "OK, allright".

So I'd say "Are you sure you're OK?" or "Are you sure you're allright?".

If you want to see the way this is written in Greek, and you have downloaded Greek fonts, in Internet Explorer go to View -> Encoding -> Greek (ISO) or Greek (Windows)

Daphne Theodoraki
Sweden
Local time: 08:35
Native speaker of: Native in GreekGreek
PRO pts in pair: 89

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