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what does "op=op" mean? (plus other questions)

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what does "op=op" mean? (plus other questions)

Postby Reptile » October 20th, 2006, 9:49 pm

Overal zie ik "op=op" in reclames en affiches. Wat betekent dat? Ik ben maar nieuwsgierig. (does nieuwsgierig mean curious? :? and can I really use maar as just?


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Postby BigBadBill » October 21st, 2006, 11:10 am

i believe that op=op means that when the product is gone there are no more left. basically last in the line, i cant think exactly what the English expression is.

and of courese welcome to the forum.

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Postby Bieneke » October 21st, 2006, 12:41 pm

Hoi Reptile,

1. Op = op: See Bill's explanation

2. 'Nieuwsgierig' betekent inderdaad 'curious'.

3. Je kunt 'maar' meestal gebruiken als vertaling voor 'just'. Er zijn ook andere vertalingen mogelijk. In jouw zin, zou ik eerder 'gewoon' gebruiken.

I am just curious (I am 'simply' curious) = Ik ben gewoon nieuwsgierig

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