Czech discussion group

supikoira
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Re: Czech discussion group

Postby supikoira » 2018-11-21, 12:00

SomehowGeekyPolyglot wrote: "Not every tea is the same".


Literally - Ne každý čaj je stejný.

SomehowGeekyPolyglot wrote: "She really likes eating cornflakes, as long as they aren't too sweet".


Literally - Ona opravdu má ráda kukuřičné lupínky, pokud nejsou příliš sladké.

SomehowGeekyPolyglot wrote: "He partially is of Czech ancestry, but not fully".


Literally - On částečně je českého původu, ale ne úplně.

guest
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Re: Czech discussion group

Postby guest » 2019-02-15, 20:45

Please help.
Im struggling to find the meaning of 2 colloquial words.
I cant spell them properly either.
One of them is something like ťapi or ýapi... it does sound like yapi. And i got told its like a puppy, but im.not sure.
The other one sounds like haislet or heisle.
Thank you!

supikoira
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Re: Czech discussion group

Postby supikoira » 2019-02-18, 10:27

I have no idea about the first one.
The second one could be hajzle - it is vocativ from word hajzl which means something similar to bastard.


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