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Sunday, June 7, 2020

Hi Mandaly! I have two phrases that I wanted to know the meaning of: "Nan kad lit" and "espas an Plennè"............

Hi Mandaly! I have two phrases that I wanted to know the meaning of: "Nan kad lit" and "espas an Plennè". It is from the title of a news article about Covid-19. "Eske li Nesesè pou Moun Dezenfekte Espas an Plennè yo nan Kad Lit Kont Kowonaviris la?" I assume Espas an Plennè means wide open spaces, but I am not sure about the second one.

Hi,
Yes, anplennè or an plennè means outdoors, or open spaces

Nan kad lit kont - kad (french: cadre) means frame; lit (french: lutte) means fight, struggle; kont (french: contre) means agaisnt. -   It means 'regarding or concerning the fight against .....'

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