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English translation: Ki tuwanoon/ tuhanoon pukh lag rahi hai?

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Panjabi term or phrase:Are you hungry?
English translation:Ki tuwanoon/ tuhanoon pukh lag rahi hai?
Entered by: Ritu Bhanot
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15:39 Dec 11, 2000
Panjabi to English translations [Non-PRO]
Tech/Engineering
Panjabi term or phrase: Are you hungry?
If a doctor doesnt know this language, but needs to speak to his Hindi patients
Ki tuwanoon/ tuhanoon pukh lag rahi hai?
Explanation:
That's Punjabi.

Hindi: Kya aapko bhookh lag rahi hai?
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Ritu Bhanot
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na +2Ki tuwanoon/ tuhanoon pukh lag rahi hai?
Ritu Bhanot


  

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223 days peer agreement (net): +2
Ki tuwanoon/ tuhanoon pukh lag rahi hai?


Explanation:
That's Punjabi.

Hindi: Kya aapko bhookh lag rahi hai?


Ritu Bhanot
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in HindiHindi
PRO pts in pair: 8
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agree  chopra_2002: Correct. But it should be *bhukh* rather than *pukh*.
552 days
  -> Thanks / In Punjabi it's pronounced as pukh and bhukh/ bhookh is HIndi

agree  Tahir
1769 days
  -> Thanks
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