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Saturday, July 20, 2013

what does pliye ko w mean? and also i saw that u used the word boukante to mean change. is this a word that can be used in everyday language?

pliye kò w (ploye kò w) → lit. to fold your body, to bend the body, also can mean to snuggle up

boukante is everyday language for to exchange, to swap in Haitian Creole

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