Let's "clarify" something....

Let's get this straight once and for all: levarer does not mean to clarify. "To clarify" translates as lehavhir. Levarer, more often than not, simply means to find out, to ask, to inquire, to look into.

You don't "clarify" when the next train to Haifa leaves; you find out.


Anonymous said...

You know, you're so right! Thanks for edifying (and clarifying -- sounds like you're making ghee).

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