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English translation: flour

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14:14 Dec 4, 2000
Swedish to English translations [Non-PRO]
Swedish term or phrase: mjol
it was on a set of jars one for sugar, coffee, and tea, and we are not sure what the onther one stands for
Pamela
English translation:flour
Explanation:
It could be any kind of flour and the Swedish word is actually spelt 'mjöl'.
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Anita Lundmark
Sweden
Local time: 03:49
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naFLOURNosey
namilk
Sven Petersson
naflourAnita Lundmark


  

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8 mins
flour


Explanation:
It could be any kind of flour and the Swedish word is actually spelt 'mjöl'.

Anita Lundmark
Sweden
Local time: 03:49
Native speaker of: Native in SwedishSwedish
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Mats Wiman

Paul DeVries

Nosey
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44 mins
milk


Explanation:
It's probably a typo. I doubt people take "flour" with their tea or coffee! So, my best guess is that the swedish word was "mjölk" (>milk)!


    My carbon based brain.
Sven Petersson
Sweden
Local time: 03:49
Native speaker of: Native in SwedishSwedish, Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 8077

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Mats Wiman

Paul DeVries

Nosey
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8 hrs
FLOUR


Explanation:
Svens carbon-based brain has obviously let him down. Pamela is obviously referring to the type of ceramic storage pot one sees on top of kitchen cupboards and shelves.


    Too much swedish coffee in too many swedish kitchens.
Nosey
Local time: 03:49

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Paul DeVries

Glenn Viklund
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