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BETA Finnish-English translation for: mieltä
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Finnish English
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NOUN   mieli | mielen | mieltä | mielet | mielten/mielien | mieliä
Mitä mieltä olette?What is your opinion?
olla eri mieltäto disagree
olla samaa mieltäto agree
Mitä mieltä (sinä) olet?What do you think?
 
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