Klah 写道:I have a German friend, who is an exchange student in our school for a year, who taught me some German and I learned a few things.
I heard "Hau rein, /dee shvoo-tel/" I'm sure of the "Hau rein" part but the latter part sounded like "die Schwutel" and I'm wondering what that means. But I think he said something like "Do well, my good friend."
There is a reply which I unfortunately forgot.
He also mentioned a word spelled "schitze" or "schitz." I can't find it in Google Translate.
the first one "hau rein" is used by the young people and it usually means "buy". Another sense is "enjoy your meal", just the same as it´s used by peple who eat too much. But they also use this to encourage someone to tackle a difficult or voluminous task. And the other one wich for me sounds like "Schwuchtel", and I hope, that was not what he has been meaning to you, because this means "homosexuall" and this, not just kidding but rather very negative.
And the last one - I suppose, it is a matter of "Schatz" which means "sweetheart"
So, I hope I could help some.