Anonymous asked in Education & ReferenceWords & Wordplay · 1 decade ago

In Dutch what does this mean: "ik vind je helemaal to gek"?

Any Dutch Natives out there willing to translate . . . as online translators just don't do the trick. Thanks.

2 Answers

  • E P
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago
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    It is actually "Ik vind je helemaal te gek". In English you could say: "I think you're very cool" but that's not even enough to express "te gek". Better something like "I think you're .... fantastic, wonderful, sensational, far out". If someone says this to you it means he or she is really crazy about you!

    Source(s): I am Dutch
  • 1 decade ago

    It says you are outrageous.

    I Think of you as completely outrageous.

    In saying that the Dutch say "helemaal te-gek" with emphasis.

    The same way the English should with completely outrageous.

    "to gek" is wrong, but so is "te gek." It should be te-gek as you

    speak it as in one word.

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