What does "meinst du was" mean in German?
"Alter, ich bin kein auslander, meinst du was"
I'm sure it has two meanings
I'm sure that "was meisnt du" means what do you mean. but if you write "meinst du was" then doesn´t that mean "is that what you mean" or something ?
- L'essenzialeLv 79 years agoFavorite Answer
Well, actually it should be: "Was meinst du?" translated: "What do you mean?"
And by the way it's rude spoken/written German.
Alter, ich bin kein Ausländer, (also) was meinst du means: "Dude, I'm not a foreigner, so what do you mean?"
But that's it!
Viel Glück!/ Good luck!
EDIT: I was thinking about your question and I would also say that "meinst du was" could mean: Do you mean something special? But together with "Alter, ich bin kein Ausländer" in front of the phrase it sounds pretty strange to me to be honest.Source(s): I am Austrian
- LiteyesLv 79 years ago
WHy do people answer a question with a question the whole phrase means
"Dude, I'm not auslander, What do you mean?"
Now when you need to translate go find a translator
- Anonymous9 years ago
Correct meaning is (what do you mean)
- 9 years ago
'what do you mean?', I don't think it has another translation.
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- ADLv 49 years ago
i think it means "do you mean something" or "is there something that you mean?"
- 9 years ago
Studied German up to A-Level.It means '' That'll be my piss''