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Bli Neder

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Bli Neder: lit. "without a promise"; a term used when expressing our intent to do something. Bli Neder is said since it's proper to avoid making a promise or commitment as we may not always (be able to) follow through with it.
I have a friend who, whenever he says that he will or will not do something, always adds the disclaimer bli neder (lit. “without an oath”). What’s up with that?
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