|16:11 Aug 2, 2000|
|English term or phrase: You mean the world to me.|
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|I tried this once before and it worked out great ...so what the hell! good luck everyone|
|Explanation:Of course this isn"t an exact translation, because that would sound real silly! There are no such idioms with the word "world" in them. The first means "you mean everything to me" and the second "you are the most important to me"...|
Explanation:Of course this isn"t an exact translation, because that would sound real silly! There are no such idioms with the word "world" in them. The first means "you mean everything to me" and the second "you are the most important to me"...Jakub KosteckiPolandLocal time: 00:25
|This person is a beer-selection.com Certified PRO in English to PolishClick the red seal for more information on what it means to be a beer-selection.com Certified PRO. ", this, event, "300px")" onMouseout="delayhidetip()"> Stanislaw Czech, MCIL: why not - for instance: "jesteś dla mnie najważniejszy na świecie" it has world in it :)||4281 days|
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