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όπα - eisai eisai ?
by Victoria K - Monday, 9 March 2009, 05:44 PM
  Γεια σας,

I know that όπα is a common word and from what I understand, it can be an expression of surprise. But I hear it in different contexts, and I am wondering if anyone could explain it more.

In the t.v. show Μαρία η Άσχημη, I heard,
(I try to give the context but possibly I make mistakes!!)

Οχι, μη μου λες ότι τη παραμέλισα. Εισαι εισαι στα όπα όπα την είχα...

They are having a discussion about why a woman is no longer interested in the person speaking.

I have never heard Εισαι εισαι before!?

Thanks in advance for your help,

Victoria big grin
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Απάντηση: όπα - eisai eisai ?
by Guest User - Wednesday, 18 March 2009, 11:13 AM
  Γειά Victoria!
they didn't say είσαι είσαι but ίσα ίσα...
ίσα ίσα means "contrary" or "quits"
i hope that i helped you..