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  1. ... not mean 'you hate me' as is popularly believed. hast means have, while hasst means hate. big difference. 'du hast mich' means ...

    7 Answers · Society & Culture · 27/02/2007

  2. 'Du Hast ' means "you have" 'Du Hasst' means "you hate." They are pronounced the same.

    16 Answers · Entertainment & Music · 02/08/2006

  3. At hello means nothing. Du hast mich means you have me.

    4 Answers · Society & Culture · 09/05/2008

  4. " Hast du" can mean Do you have - Hast du eine nagel? -"Do you have a nail?"...

    3 Answers · Society & Culture · 15/01/2010

  5. It means "you have me" but is pronounced the same as 'du hasst mich' which means "you hate me". It's like a pun in the song.

    13 Answers · Society & Culture · 04/02/2009

  6. "post haste" means "very fast". It comes from the speed at which "post" riders rode carrying the mail.

    5 Answers · Society & Culture · 22/03/2008

  7. It means You hate ,not you have like some people answered on here

    16 Answers · Entertainment & Music · 04/11/2008

  8. du hast : you have du hasst : you hate

    7 Answers · Society & Culture · 18/11/2011

  9. ...quot;you hate" You, you hate, you hate me (Yes, litterally it does mean 'you have" but the meaning for the song is "you hate") http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Du_ Hast

    6 Answers · Society & Culture · 04/06/2007

  10. ...quot;Du hasst" (you hate). This is to give the song a double meaning , even though the official lyrics say "Du hast ."

    8 Answers · Entertainment & Music · 06/08/2007

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