030 Hau di hea samma mea – join us

You say “Hau di hea, samma mea”, if you want your friends to join you in a pub, bar or restaurant to have more fun.

[audio https://dl.dropbox.com/u/5169515/AGSL/030%20hau%20di%20hea%20-%20samma%20mehr%20-%20join%20us.mp3]

(by Christina, Kathrin & Richard, 2bBK3, April 2012)

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031 blofuassi – to walk barefoot

In summer we love to walk “blofuassi”. This means: to walk barefoot.

[audio https://dl.dropbox.com/u/5169515/AGSL/031%20blofuassi%20-%20to%20walk%20barefoot.mp3]

(by Isabella, Stefan, 2bBK3, April 2012)

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029 hoazn – set something on fire or smoke a cigarette

In Austria we say „Hoazn“ when we set something on fire. We also use the woard “hoazn” when we are going to have a cigarette-break.

[audio https://dl.dropbox.com/u/5169515/AGSL/029%20hoazn%20-%20set%20something%20on%20fire%20or%20smoke%20a%20cigarette.mp3]

(by 1aBK2, January 2012)

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028 saufen – to drink a lot of alcohol

In Austria we say „saufen“, when we go out and drink a lot of alcohol.

[audio https://dl.dropbox.com/u/5169515/AGSL/028%20saufen%20-%20to%20drink%20a%20lot%20of%20alcohol.mp3]

(by Schmidi & Luki, 1aBK2, January 2012)

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027 sau drawi – to be very busy

In Austria we say “saudrawi“ when somebody is very, very busy.

[audio https://dl.dropbox.com/u/5169515/AGSL/027%20sau%20drawi%20-%20to%20be%20very%20busy.mp3]

(by Sarah and Sheena, 1aBK2, January 2012)

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026 oftaddanoch – a bit later

In Austria we say „oftaddanoch“ when something is going to happen later.

[audio https://dl.dropbox.com/u/5169515/AGSL/026%20oftaddanoch%20-%20a%20bit%20later.mp3]

(by 1aBK2, January 2012)

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025 schneizhodan – handkerchief

In Austria we say “Schneizhodan“ to a handkerchief. You can also say “Schneiztüachi”. “Schneiz” comes from “schneizn” and means to blow the nose. “hodan” is an old piece of cloth. “Schneizhodan” means “to blow your nose with a piece of old cloth”.

[audio https://dl.dropbox.com/u/5169515/AGSL/025%20schneizhodan%20-%20handkerchief.mp3]

(by Kerstin, Birgit and Sonja,1aBK2, January 2012)

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