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Ireland born, living in Paris, english native speaker
Hello, I just received a text from my parisian friend which reads 'tu veu on capte a 18h dvt le bhv'. I assume that he was just sending me a text asking if I wanted to hang out

so in this context, does capter mean to meet up or to hang out?

Thank you
  • melu85

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    I know "capter" in the sense of "to understand" (j'ai capté= I got it). I'd be curious to know what it means there.


    New Member
    Yes, in this context, "capter" means "to meet" "to see" ... It comes from slang, it's a colloquial use.

    you can understand this sentence as : "Do you want to meet up (to see me) at 18h in front of the bhv ?"
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