How would you say: Are you free/available? in Greek?

(Opposed to being busy)

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  • Clue
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    8 years ago
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    Είσαι ελεύθερος/ελεύθερη; = Are you free?

    Είσαι διαθέσιμος/διαθέσιμη; = Are you available?

    Είσαι απασχολημένος/απασχολημένη; = Are you busy?

    P.S. In Greek Ελεύθερος/η also means single (not in a relationship) in addition to free.

  • 7 years ago

    For the "are you available" option there is another way of asking: Είσαι εύκαιρος/εύκαιρη. It means, are you able to do and act on something, and this opposite to being busy. Do you have the time to do something.

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