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What's up?
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Eaí?
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0 months ago
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I think "E aí?" means "What about there" or "How about there", not "What's up?"
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0 months ago
no it also means "whats up" lmaoo it's a slang that we pt speakers use
0 months ago
"E aí" means "What's up".
0 month ago
Hi Christian87! Thank you for your question. You're partially correct. "E aí?" can definitely mean "What about there?", especially in European Portuguese. However, it also means "What's up?", and it's often used as an informal greeting in Brazilian Portuguese.

- E aí? Tudo bom? (What's up? How's it going?)
vs.
- Onde devemos colocar a mesa? Ela não cabe aqui. (Where should we place the table? It doesn't fit here.)
- E aí? Cabe? (What about there? Does it fit?)

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