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    Not sure if this is Russian

    I have a feeling that this is not polite, this phrase, because of the person that I received it from. So, I do apologize if it's crass, but being that i do not speak the language, I do not know.

    If someone could translate all or part of it.
    I thought it was Russian, it may be Serbian.

    imas li ti nekog muzb gastarbajtera


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    It doesn't look like Russian. It may be another slavic language, I Think
    Vrei să pleci dar nu ma, nu ma iei
    Nu ma, nu ma iei, nu ma, nu ma, nu ma iei
    Chipul tau si dragostea din tei
    Mi-amintesc de ochii tai

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    Re: Not sure if this is Russian

    Quote Originally Posted by BHein
    I have a feeling that this is not polite, this phrase, because of the person that I received it from. So, I do apologize if it's crass, but being that i do not speak the language, I do not know.

    If someone could translate all or part of it.
    I thought it was Russian, it may be Serbian.

    imas li ti nekog muzb gastarbajtera

    I'm not sure, but I think this is Serbian and means "imas li ti nekog muža gastarbajtera?" "Have you ever had a husband guest worker?"
    Could you please occasionally correct my stupid errors!
    Korrigiert bitte ab und zu meine dummen Fehler!

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    Serbian

    Thank you Guin!
    So what does that mean?
    husband guest worker?
    Can U please translate the slang of it! LOL!

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    Имеешь (имела) ли ты некого мужа гастарбайтера?
    Гастарбайтер is not Russian slang. It’s a German word – Gastarbeiter - foreign worker.

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    It is NOT Russian, no doubt about it.
    Well, I don't know what to say. I want to say thanks to the Academy, to Mama, to Papa and to my dog. I love you all.

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    serbian phrase

    Thanx Gab...
    but what is the phrase overall mean?

    Have you ever had a foreign worker?

    It's Serbian and German?

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    Re: serbian phrase

    Quote Originally Posted by BHein
    Thanx Gab...
    but what is the phrase overall mean?

    Have you ever had a foreign worker?

    It's Serbian and German?
    IMHO - Have your husband ever been a foreing worker?
    Gastarbeiter is a common word in Europe for foreing workers.
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    Re: Serbian

    Quote Originally Posted by BHein
    Thank you Guin!
    So what does that mean?
    husband guest worker?
    Can U please translate the slang of it! LOL!
    What does it really mean, you have to ask your frend. We can only guess... DagothWarez has you already explained what "Gastarbeiter" is.

    I see here 2 variants:

    Either:

    Has your husband (if there is) ever worked abroad as guest worker.

    or

    Have you ever married to somebody that war in your country a foreign worker.
    Could you please occasionally correct my stupid errors!
    Korrigiert bitte ab und zu meine dummen Fehler!

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    Serbian

    Thank u guys

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    В продолжение немецкой темы.

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    Кто будет работать карашо будет палучать яйцо ф день
    Кто будет работать плёхо будет палучать дфа яйцо.... сапагом!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DagothWarez
    Имеешь (имела) ли ты некого мужа мастарбайтера?
    мастарбайтер is not Russian slang. It’s a German word – мastarbeiter - foreign worker.

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    Тогда уж так:

    Quote Originally Posted by basurero
    Quote Originally Posted by DagothWarez
    Имеешь (имела) ли ты некого мужа мастурбайтера?
    мастурбайтер is not Russian slang. It’s a German word – мasturbeiter - foreign worker.
    Could you please occasionally correct my stupid errors!
    Korrigiert bitte ab und zu meine dummen Fehler!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guin
    Тогда уж так:

    Quote Originally Posted by basurero
    Quote Originally Posted by DagothWarez
    Имеешь (имела) ли ты некого мужа мастурбатора?
    мастурбатор is not Russian slang. It’s a German word – мasturbeiter - foreign [censored].

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