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"Tukaj" (or "tu") means "here".Dakkus wrote:Slovenian: (This sounds partially understandable to me, but I still can't safely figure out what "tukaj" might mean)
Elmo wrote:Next week I am going to Estonia, and I have a question about the ATMs over there. I have noticed that they give (Hooray!! ), but I would like to know if the ATMs give the chosen amount as large as possible (for example €50 in 1x ), if they give it in a number of smaller, but pre-determined compositions where you can choose your composition (for example: if you withdraw €50, you can choose between, say, 1x or 2x +2x or 3x +4x ) or if it is possible to determine the composition yourself (like with the German Volksbank-ATMs). Answers are highly appreciated.
Dakkus wrote:ebtforum.com wrote:Spanish: (Sorry, my Spanish knowledge wasn't enough for translating this safely)
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