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What is the meaning of Lithuanian word "pasibuk" in English.

I am unable to find this word in Translator and struggling with it. Seems like an informal way of writing the actual word.

For learning: Lithuanian
Base language: English
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    Could it be "pasibūk"? If its like that, it may be imperative form for singular You, from verb pasibūti, which means "to spend enough time somewhere". Hope this helps you :)

     

    Lokkie is absolutely correct - the word "pasibūk" means to spend some time. For example: Gerai pasibūk! = Have a nice time!

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