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What does "meinst du was" mean in German?

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"Alter, ich bin kein auslander, meinst du was"

I'm sure it has two meanings

Update:

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 ?

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  • 9 years ago
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    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
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  • 9 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

    like this

    http://translate.google.com/#de|en|Alter%2C%20ich%...

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    Correct meaning is (what do you mean)

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  • 9 years ago

    'what do you mean?', I don't think it has another translation.

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  • AD
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    9 years ago

    i think it means "do you mean something" or "is there something that you mean?"

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  • 9 years ago

    Studied German up to A-Level.It means '' That'll be my piss''

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