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What’s chafif, which language did we get it from, and how do you use it in Hebrew slang? And there’s a verb, too, lechafef.

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Words and expressions:

讚指诪讜止 讞指’驻执讬祝 丿賲賴 禺賮賷賮

拽职讞讜旨 讞指驻执讬祝 讗转 讛讞址讬执讬诐



诇职讞址驻值祝, 讞执讬驻址驻职转指, 诪职讞址驻值祝


Julia Boutros – Ala Ma Yabdou

Eitan Massouri – Chafif

Sarit Avitan – Gever Gever聽Lyrics聽

Aviva Avidan – Kchu chafif et hachayim聽


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