Off topic: a fictitious new dictionary entry
Thread poster: Pavle Perencevic
I was wondering... if you can "cowboy up" and "lawyer up", why not "translator up"?
translator up (v. intr.) to blame the translator for factual erors in the original ("He got the dates all mixed up, but, when questioned about it, he translatored up!")
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