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Learning Croatian: Phrase of the Week – Credit Where Credit is (Not) Due

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You know some basic Croatian, enough to get you by, but there is nothing that will impress more than knowing a local phrase or slang that you can slip into a conversation…

Our ‘Word / Phrase of the Week’ will teach you a variety of words and phrases commonly used in Croatia, but not commonly found in language learning material.

Today’s Phrase:

Kititi se tuđim perjem (Kit;iti se tu;djim per;jem)

The phrase Kititi se tuđim perjem basically means to take credit for something someone else has done. The literal translation is – decorate with someone else’s feathers.

photo:quotesgram.com

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