Vero (vero_ir) wrote in linguaphiles,
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I applied for a job and it seems that I can get it. The only problem is that my employer will be in Egypt while I am in Hungary. It shouldn't be a problem since it is a translation job so it doesn't require traveling. I told my future employer that I was at the beginning of the process of becoming self-employed and that I could not give an invoice. He answered:

"We can bare you and all what we need for invoicing is just a simple word document including your payment methods and amount required"

I have a little trouble making out what it means. What does it mean that "we can bare you" in this sense? [Good start as a translator :) I don't even know how to interpret this... ].
Could you please help me?

Update: Thanks for all the replies!
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