apantise

English translation: answer

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Greek term or phrase:apantise
English translation:answer
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15:51 Jan 15, 2002
Greek to English translations [Non-PRO]
Greek term or phrase: apantise
It is a greek word spelled in english. I think it has to to do with email or writing?
Tacoma
answer
Explanation:
It means "answer", the verb (in the imperative; i.e., someone is telling you to answer to them)
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Maria Karra
United States
Local time: 12:18
Grading comment
This definitely hits it. It was a test email. I guess they wanted me to answer to make sure I received it.

Thanks, I appreciate the text you put it in. It was exactly what it means it makes sense when you said they are asking me to answer them.

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answer


Explanation:
It means "answer", the verb (in the imperative; i.e., someone is telling you to answer to them)

Maria Karra
United States
Local time: 12:18
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in GreekGreek
PRO pts in pair: 441
Grading comment
This definitely hits it. It was a test email. I guess they wanted me to answer to make sure I received it.

Thanks, I appreciate the text you put it in. It was exactly what it means it makes sense when you said they are asking me to answer them.
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