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... this question would have been answered as it would have put to rest some confusion over specific terms in this message that are the source of controversy among the etymology of some modern day English terms. Can anyone expand on the usage or origins and English translation of the term "chodna" and supply a classical Urdu script for it? I have been studying its influence on North American English over the past decade and don't know whether it derives from Anglican Geordie, Latin American Spanish, Indonesia, Pakistan, India or the like. If there is no response here in this discussion, I will try to contact respondents individually. Thank you.
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53 mins confidence: peer agreement (net): +3
Explanation: Shame on you Rehan!this is very clen site please donotpost such terms and moreover this site is ment for the language professionals and not for such dirty translations.
Kamran Nadeem United States Local time: 05:23 Native speaker of: Urdu, Panjabi PRO pts in pair: 40
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