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domnule Burger

English translation: Dear Mr. Burger:

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Romanian term or phrase:domnule Burger
English translation:Dear Mr. Burger:
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11:27 Jun 19, 2000
Romanian to English translations [Non-PRO]
Tech/Engineering
Romanian term or phrase: domnule Burger
Draga domnule Burger,
Va transmit cele mai sincere felicitari pentru aniversarea a 2 ani de la infiintarea DBW ROMANIA
Angelescu Nicolae
Dear Mr. Burger:
Explanation:
A note of explanation: The honorific form of address "draga domnule" has no direct equivalent in American English. Even when writing to the President of the United States, we say simply "Dear Mr. President." -- The nearest equivalent of "Draga domnule Burger" in British English would be "My dear Mr. Burger," which is the standard formal salutation (with no connotations of familiarity, as the same phrase would have in the U.S.A.). -- Hope this helps, H.C.
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Heathcliff
United States
Local time: 18:52
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na +2Dear Mr. Burger:Heathcliff
naDear Mr. Burgercorina77
naMister BurgerAngelaM


  

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1 day 44 mins peer agreement (net): +2
Dear Mr. Burger:


Explanation:
A note of explanation: The honorific form of address "draga domnule" has no direct equivalent in American English. Even when writing to the President of the United States, we say simply "Dear Mr. President." -- The nearest equivalent of "Draga domnule Burger" in British English would be "My dear Mr. Burger," which is the standard formal salutation (with no connotations of familiarity, as the same phrase would have in the U.S.A.). -- Hope this helps, H.C.

Heathcliff
United States
Local time: 18:52
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 6
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agree  DR. RICHARD BAVRY: cu drag, Rich
381 days

agree  xxxMihai Badea
1833 days
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141 days
Mister Burger


Explanation:
Dear Mr. Burger,

Please receive my congratulations at two years since the set up of DBW Romania.

AngelaM
Local time: 04:52
PRO pts in pair: 4

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corina77
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266 days
Dear Mr. Burger


Explanation:
Dear Mr. Burger,

Please accept my sincerest congratulations on the two-year aniversary since the inauguration of DBW Romania.

corina77
Romania
Local time: 04:52
Native speaker of: Native in RomanianRomanian
PRO pts in pair: 23
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