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To people who are friends or family: "Worüber redet ihr denn?" is a good translation.

In a formal situation or to strangers or people you need to impress: "Wovon sprechen Sie?" would be a good translation.

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The most polite way to say this is to say, "Wie bitte?"

A blunter way of phrasing it would be "Was hast du gesagt?" (informal/singular) or "Was habt ihr gesagt?" (informal/plural) or "Was haben Sie gesagt?" (formal).

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Hund is the translation in German. It is translated from English to German. German is mostly spoken in the European countries and Germany

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