05:39 Aug 24, 2000
Polish to English translations [Non-PRO]
Polish term or phrase: sie
wyprowadzam sie za trzy dni i nie mam co zrobic z Guciem, a szkoda mi go wyrzucicmoze chialbys go wziac do siebie/Was?
Joy DeMarco

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nait depends (see below)
Alexander Filonov



19 mins
it depends (see below)

Usually 'sie' means that the action is directed on the speaker. Your example means something like

I'm leaving day after tomorrow and I don't know what to do with Guc' [is this a dog?], but I feel sorry for thorwing it [him/her?] away, so maybe you could take it?

Alexander Filonov

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