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PostPosted: 2008 08 12, 14:46 

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what does this lithuanian phrase mean? : KOL KAS and only "kol" in a sentence?
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PostPosted: 2008 08 12, 19:52 
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From the dictionary:

Quote:
kol

conj.
1) while
2) before
3) long
4) till

Quote:
kol kas

I adv
1) (as yet) yet
II expr.
1) thus far
2) to date
3) for the present
4) for the meantime
5) pro tem; pro tempore

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PostPosted: 2008 08 29, 14:41 
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Also, as a phrase---

Sometimes we use it like "bye" or "see you soon" in spoken language. i dont know if its proper to use it.

-"Aš jau einu" - "Na gerai, kol kas"
-"I shall go" -"Ok, See u soon"

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