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Friday, February 25, 2011

I've been looking for the translation for 'depale', does it have anything to do with 'pale'?

pale means to speak, to talk
depale means to ramble, to speak in a foolish and meaningless way.

example: Lè Joe sou, li depale anpil - When Joey's drunk, he rambles a lot.

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