What does (hast mcih etz geaddet?.) mean?
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Sounds like very garbled German. "Hast mich" is "(you)have me", "etz" is not a German word, could be "jetzt" ="now" and "geaddet" isn't Geman either. If you transcribed it correctly it might be a "Germanisation" of "to add" in the past participle, which might give the whole as "(you) have added me now" although that makes not much sense either, or does ist to you??
Sorry, but that's all I can do for you.
- ?Lv 61 decade ago
It German, somehow. "Hast mich jetzt geaddet" means: did you add me yet.
"Hast mcih etc geaddet" truly means nothing.
- 1 decade ago
I tried to use Babel Fish to translate that and it couldn't. It sounds German(?) but maybe it isn't.
- bebopLv 41 decade ago
I have now... something