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Portuguese Brazil

beleza!

Expression USED Very frequently BY Everyone

(n.) • (beauty) • Informal way of saying 'alright!'. Can be used as a greeting with the same meaning as 'What's up?'

"Amanhã vamos te buscar às 15:00" "Beleza!" "Beleza?" "Tudo certo, e contigo?"

"Tomorrow we're picking you up at 3pm" "Alright!" "What's up?" "Not much, and you?"

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French France

C'est quoi les bails?

Standard Phrase USED Frequently BY Young people

(What are the leases?) • A way of saying 'what's up?'. Deriving from "bails" (leases) meaning "business". You are asking about the business your friend has done.

"Salut poto" "Wesh gros" "C'est quoi les bails" "Pas grand chose, on est là, toi-même tu sais"

"Hey bro" "Yo homie" "What's up?" "Not much, we represent, you know"

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English United Kingdom

Oright?

Standard Phrase USED Very frequently BY Everyone

(Are you alright?) • A common and informal way to greet someone.

"Oright mate, how's it going?" "Yeah, not too bad, thanks."

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Croatian | Kajkavian Zagreb, Croatia

kaj ima?

Expression USED Very frequently BY Everyone

(What is there?) • An informal way to greet friends.

"Di si care, kaj ima?"

"Hey man, what's up?"

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Spanish Panama

Qué sopa?

Slang USED Frequently BY young people

Used as "what's up?" in Panamanian Spanish. It comes from switching the order in which syllables of "Que pasó?" (what happened). It is occasionally also written as "xopa".

"Oye fren, que sopa?"

"Hey bro, what's up?"

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Italian Italy

Che si dice?

Expression USED Frequently BY Most People

(What is said?) • A near-equivalent in English would be "what's up?", referring to people's perception of the general current situation. The question is usually referred to one or more people in particular, so it always has its specificity.

"Ehilà! Che si dice?"

"Hey there! What is said?”

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English Northern England, United Kingdom

How do?

Standard Phrase USED On Occasion BY Some People

Greeting often used between walkers as they pass each other on a hike. It doesn't really mean anything but it an expression of friendliness that does not require an actual answer.

"How do?" "How do?"

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Arabic | Levantine Lebanon

شو في ما في؟

Standard Phrase USED Very frequently BY Anyone

(What's there not there) • A way of saying 'what's up?', typically used with friends and family or acquaintances.

"شو في ما في؟" "والله وا في شي"

"What's up?" "Nothing much"