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Definition

Take it easy

Usage

Satya:"era mama ee semister kuda faila nuvvu"
Sravan:"Lite tesko mama.. Anni kalipi okesari rasesta"
("kyo mujkho galiyaa de raha hai.. 'lite lo' yaaro.. Agli bar pass hojayega")

(in English)
Satya: Dude, you're going to fail this semester as well
Sravan: Take it easy man, I'll write all the papers at once

Added 2013-02-17 by lifebuoy

Root

Telugu

Region

South India

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Light Teesuko or Light Teesko or lite teesko - Meaning- take it easy. This was first created or invented by Dwaraka Ramana K in the year 1977 in Hyderabad, Telenga State, India. The word was first used when he was in the 10+2 level in his college days. President of the Students Association in one of the colleges asked Ramana to participate in of the programs for making a point. Ramana replied to him - "Light Teesko" (meaning take it easy). Every one liked the phrase and within no time it became a talk of the town. Now this is widely used phrase and it is mentioned in film songs as well.

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