#135 StreetWise Hebrew gets idiomatic with "latset"

from  Streetwise Hebrew

Jul 26, 2016

Whether it's telling someone they did well, asking the cost, or lashing out at someone, "yatsata" (from "latset" - to "go out"/"come out") plays an important role in everyday Hebrew slang. Host Guy Sharett teaches us a few of these useful idioms, which you won't find in your dictionary. Exclusive Content for Patrons   New words & expressions: Yatsata gadol/anak – You came out great/huge (lit.) You did well (fig.) - יצאת גדול /ענק Yatsata be-zol – You came out of it cheaply (ie. paying a cheap pr...more

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