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HAVLAZ a phrase originated from the Hebrew Language that holds an anomaly. The literal translation of the phrase actually means "a waste of time", however, through its sinical use the phrase transforemd to actually mean " really worthy of investing time in it"
A: How was your date last night ?
B: Pitty on the Time, something something...
by Yoram Kedem March 29, 2005
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comes from hebrew and can mean one of two things, depending on tone of speach:
1- something bad that isnt worth your time.
2- something so good that you cant explain in words. its a pitty on the time trying to explain it.
how was the movey?
1) pitty on the time, really bad.
2) pitty on the time, you gotta go see it!
by shula August 02, 2005
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