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- If you run across a "traffic shop", do not expect to find traffic lights or cars for sale. They sell tobacco and related products. It's what "trafika" means
- "Contains condoms and color makers"; the scary description on a jar of jam. Preservatives are not "Prezervativ" but "konzervant"
- If there's a plot all around the garden, it's because your tool forgot to translate "plot" into "fence" - another Czech false-friend
- Don't think you're introduced to the cook of the company if he/she is referred to as the šéf - it may sound like "chef", but it actually means "boss"