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With a humble 22mio views, this was an iconic song among Hungarian teenagers and beyond. Listen to this one time and be sure that you won’t ever get “Mizu, mizu, mizu” out of your brain again.



What’s up?




Memory hook:

What‘s up with your MISO soup?


Example sentences:

Hello, na mizu? – Hey, so what’s up?

[Hello, so what’s up?]


Explanation and usage:

„Mizu“ is a colloquial expression and you won‘t find it in any dictionary. Hungarians use it frequently in everyday-conversations. You can use it whenever you feel, that „What‘s up“ would be appropriate, i.e., when meeting someone or simply asking, how things are going.



It originates from „MI aZ Újság“, which means „What‘s the news?“



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