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Mustafa Umut Sarac
#21 · Posted: 30 Jun 2017 21:44 · Edited by: Mustafa Umut Sarac
Hello there,

Visit below site with Google Chrome and use Google translate.

Long time since I first posted but I found an extremelly good website which
contains below list where all google translatable.

First , Marollien - French dictionay which is ready to google translate in to all major languages in the world. Dictionary contains hundreds of words.

http://www.humoeurs-bruxelloises-brussels-zwanze.com/diskionnaire-brus seleir-francais.html

Second, Marollien detailed and historic etymological dictionary which contains very detailed analysis , stories , different uses , history and close matched.

http://www.humoeurs-bruxelloises-brussels-zwanze.com/diskionnaire-etym ologique-des-mots-et-expressions.html

Third, Marollien expressions where there were hundreds of examples.

http://www.humoeurs-bruxelloises-brussels-zwanze.com/diskionnaires-des -expressions-bruxelloises.html

Fourth , 700 Marollien insults.

http://www.humoeurs-bruxelloises-brussels-zwanze.com/diskionnaire-des- insultes-bruxelloises.html


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