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     Learn English | [q]2014-04-23 03:02
KRSplatinum
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Learn english through a forum game!

1st person defines a word, next they ask for a definition!

here's my example:

POLISH: "jebany kurwa mac" or "jebany kurwa mach"

English: "fucking whore-fellow" or "fucking many bitches"

And here's mine...

What does the polish word "PRZYJEM" mean in english? emo
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#1 | [q]2014-04-23 09:12
ur mum


Retired.
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#2 | [q]2014-04-23 09:41
Tweek wrote:
ur mum

Twoja mama

KRSplatinum wrote:
What does the polish word "PRZYJEM" mean in english? emo

Not sure if I got it right. Przyjeść or przejeść means eat too much. "prze-" meaning "over-" + "jeść" meaning "eat". So przyjem would mean "I overeat" or something like that.