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PostPosted: Thu Oct 24, 2013 10:02 am 
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This one obemnoplanirovŭchni defeats Google but is appears to me to be one of these combined words made up from обемно планировъчни which I think. literally mean volume planning so I suspect actually means Town and Country Planning, can anyone confirm or refute that for me please?  
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 24, 2013 4:05 pm 
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It means"Volume Planning Solutions"

What that means?
  
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Does anyone know for certain what prescription (as in medical) is in Bulgarian please?
I have put it into an online translation tool but it has come up with about 10 different options.
  
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 03, 2015 6:55 pm 
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zoomzoom wrote:
Does anyone know for certain what prescription (as in medical) is in Bulgarian please?
I have put it into an online translation tool but it has come up with about 10 different options.


Tried Google Translate--it yielded предписване на лекарства (phonetically it would be "predpisvane na lekarstva."

Glad to hear your partner is coming home.

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 03, 2015 7:00 pm 
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zoomzoom wrote:
Does anyone know for certain what prescription (as in medical) is in Bulgarian please?
I have put it into an online translation tool but it has come up with about 10 different options.


Well, the first one that comes up is:-

предписание (predpisanie),

but the one I know from Russian and is the same in Bulgarian is :-

рецепта - (Resepta)

Why do you need to know, what are you wanting to achieve?
  
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Apparently I have to go to a chemist and buy a book for prescriptions for my partner which I then have to take to the doctor, so I wanted to know what to ask for, plus a Bulgarian neighbour seems to have got it round his neck why I need to go to the chemist, mind you this particular person gets most things round his neck.  
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 03, 2015 7:16 pm 
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zoomzoom wrote:
Apparently I have to go to a chemist and buy a book for prescriptions for my partner which I then have to take to the doctor, so I wanted to know what to ask for, plus a Bulgarian neighbour seems to have got it round his neck why I need to go to the chemist, mind you this particular person gets most things round his neck.


Sorry, I don't understand that system and believe me, I'd bend over backwards to try and help you.

Usually, (is it not) the Doctor writes a prescription and you take it to the chemist to get and pay for your medicine.

Why the system is now reversed is totally alien to me.

Let us try to understand exactly what is required and I will find out for you as soon as I can tomorrow if I fully understand what it is you need to get?
  
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 03, 2015 7:24 pm 
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Sorry MW I don't think I explained it very well, see if this helps.
Yes the doctor writes the prescriptions. The book is so we get the prescriptions cheaper.
  
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 03, 2015 7:24 pm 
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We were told to ask for a ' meditsinska kniga' in the chemists.
A pile was laid available on the counter!
3 lev if I remember.

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 03, 2015 7:36 pm 
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zoomzoom wrote:
Sorry MW I don't think I explained it very well, see if this helps.
Yes the doctor writes the prescriptions. The book is so we get the prescriptions cheaper.


Argh, Moonlight's reply makes it easier to understand, but I would transliterate it slightly differently to:-

Medi-sinski K'nigna.

They'll understand that or near as be.
  
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Thank you both.  
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photo of book in gallery for you 3lv  
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Thank you Krysia.  
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Anyone know what a spring is called please?
This is as in a small part for a tool for example.
  
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 23, 2016 6:27 pm 
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The colloquial is a "Badoing" with a gesture of opening and closing the thumb and first finger.

The actual word for a mechanical spring (not the season) is Prujina I think. пружина. But its pronounced Prujena - as the vowel sounds to letters seems to go A E I to E I A if you understand me.

Please note i give any of these now or in the future with the best intentions and knowledge that they could be totally wrong. Im just trying to help - Please dont bash me.


EDIT
The colloquial fro a prescription is, I believe, a "Recipe" but i have a feeling that's a Burgas region thing
  
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