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Learning Czech for travel or study? Let’s try this term:
To say near to in Czech: blízko
Say it out loud: “BLEE sko“
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And here’s how to say near to in other languages!
Arabic–Bel Korb Men (bel korb men)
Chinese–Zài … Fùjìn (Dzai ... Foo Jin)
Croatian–blizu (blee zoo)
Czech–blízko (BLEE sko)
Finnish–lähellä (lah hell ah)
French–près de (pray deh)
German–in der nähe von (in duh nee huh fon)
Italian–vicino (vee chee no)
Japanese–…No Chikaku (…Noh Chee Kah Koo)
Korean–Geuncheoe (Geun Cho Ae)
Polish–blisko (blee' sko)
Portuguese–Perto De (pehr too jee)
Russian–ryadom (rya dahm)
Spanish–cerca (sair kuh)
Swahili–karibu na (kah ree' boo nah)
Thai–Klai Klai (GLAI GLAI)
Turkish–yakınındaki (yah kuh nahn un dah kee)
"near to" (blízko) is a phrase used in Czech when describing directions. If you have been learning other Czech phrases, then you will not be lost, literally, when a local gives you directions and includes this phrase.
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