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10:11 Sep 17, 2001
Urdu to English translations [Non-PRO]
Urdu term or phrase: hello
Hello. I just wanted to say that I hope you had a good day. Hopefully school went well, and you didn't have to kill any of the kids. Talk to you later. Goodbye.
colleen
English translation:Hello,
Explanation:
(Hello can also be used in urdu)
Muje sirf ye arz karna tha, ke ummeed hey ke aapnai acha din guzara ho. Aur ye bhe ummeed hey ke school achee guzree, aur aap ko kesee ko katal karne kee zarurat na paree. Bad me milenghey, khuda hafez.
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Local time: 14:43
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127 days   confidence: Answerer confidence 5/5 peer agreement (net): +2
Hello,


Explanation:
(Hello can also be used in urdu)
Muje sirf ye arz karna tha, ke ummeed hey ke aapnai acha din guzara ho. Aur ye bhe ummeed hey ke school achee guzree, aur aap ko kesee ko katal karne kee zarurat na paree. Bad me milenghey, khuda hafez.

xxxhail69
Local time: 14:43
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agree  aurashid: It's okay. However, the word "kids" ("batchai") is not mentioned.
147 days

agree  Chinoise
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