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Explanation: "Du din" is an emphatic "you", generally used in calling someone something. "Jävla" comes from the Swedish word for "devil" and is used in the sense of "damn(ed)" as an adjective (as opposed to 'the damned').
Petti's Abridged Swe<>Eng Dictionary
Jeff Skinner Sweden Local time: 18:51 Native speaker of: English PRO pts in pair: 11