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    traslation some of phrase

    Sir
    good evening
    I want to traslation some of phrase
    sir
    what is therse Phrase mean
    Have't seen you for a while
    I got sick and tired of her nagging all the time
    There's planty of fish out there in the sea.
    You are such a dog!

    I don't anderstand these phrase
    I'm very thank full to you If you help me
    Espaciely last two phrase
    ok see you


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    Re: traslation some of phrase

    Quote Originally Posted by farooq View Post
    Sir
    good evening
    I want to traslation some of phrase
    sir
    what is therse Phrase mean
    Have'nt seen you for a while I have not seen you for quite a long time

    I got sick and tired of her nagging all the time "She" has been going on and on at me and I have had enough of it.

    There areplenty of other fish in the sea. You have failed to persuade a girl to become your girlfriend. It doesn't matter - there are many other girls you might find instead.

    You are such a dog! You are so popular with the girls and so sharp in your dressing OR You are really so boring and ugly. Context will indicate which meaning is intended.

    I don't anderstand these phrase
    I'm very thank full to you If you help me
    Espaciely last two phrase
    ok see you
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