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This sentence was initially added as a translation of sentence #348097
added by Demetrius, July 1, 2010
added by selimcan, July 13, 2011
sorry to insist but, is it the same here?
does this means "Welcome!" and "Please!"?
It means "welcome", "please" or "you're welcome". It literally means "<plural imperative>do mercy". :)
but, "Welcome!" is completely different to "You're welcome",
even then? :P
I wonder how much the size of your graph will increase if I were to link "you're welcome" too. ;)
But yes, all of them are correct.
It can mean:
(=Rus. пожалуйста) please
(=Rus. пожалуйста, милости прошу) you're welcome
(=Rus. милости прошу, добро пожаловать) welcome
jajajaja, ok ok,
these eastern slavic languages are sure giving me a headache xD
Well, Tatar is Turkic. :)
Though it has been influenced by Russian to some extent.
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