d va ok tyckte jag fast fabbe va nog chockad

English translation: I thought it was OK, but Fabbe was qiute shocked.

06:26 Apr 16, 2005
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Swedish term or phrase: d va ok tyckte jag fast fabbe va nog chockad
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English translation:I thought it was OK, but Fabbe was qiute shocked.
Explanation:
I thought it was OK, but Fabbe was qiute shocked.

I believe FABBE is a name.
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Rosica Dimitrova
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Local time: 01:11
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4 +5I thought it was OK, but Fabbe was qiute shocked.
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I thought it was OK, but Fabbe was qiute shocked.


Explanation:
I thought it was OK, but Fabbe was qiute shocked.

I believe FABBE is a name.


Rosica Dimitrova
Bulgaria
Local time: 01:11
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Native speaker of: Native in BulgarianBulgarian
PRO pts in category: 4
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agree  EKM: I thought it was ok, but Fabbe was probably shocked. ("nog" in this context = probably, I guess). Fabbe is short for "Fabian".
1 hr
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agree  Gorel Bylund: probably!
1 hr

agree  cologne: agree with Marten and Görel
8 hrs

agree  Larissa Ekonoja: Ya, probably is correct.
16 hrs

agree  Roald Toskedal
6 days
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