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to “pick someone up” (from school or something)… in Hebrew

Wed | May 22

to “pick someone up” (from school or something)… in Hebrew

לאסוף
 
לֶאֱסוֹף (leh-eh-SOHF) means, literally, to gather. In Hebrew, it’s also to mean to pick someone up (i.e. from work, not on a date – that’s לְהַתְחִיל עִם… – le-haht-HEEL eem… – to start with…).
 
An American mother might say I need to pick up the kids.
 
An Israeli mother would say אֲנִי צְרִיכָה לֶאֱסוֹף אֶת הַיְּלָדִים (ah-NEE tsree-KHAH leh-eh-SOHF et hah-yeh-lah-DEEM).
 

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