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Research project on the lubrication factor of chalk.

Japanese translation: Cho-oku

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English term or phrase:Chalk
Japanese translation:Cho-oku
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16:15 Jan 20, 2002
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English term or phrase: Research project on the lubrication factor of chalk.
Research project on the lubrication factor of chalk.

Title of a research project I am doing. I plan on having it in different languages all over my poster board. That is why I asked this same question in a different language previously. Thank you and sorry for the repetitive questions!

* the chalk I mean is the chalk used for sports such as gymnastics.
Dima Malik
Cho-oku no jyunkatsu youin kenkyu purojyekuto
Explanation:
chalk is cho-oku in Japanese, jyunkatsu means lubricantion, youin means factor, kenkyu for research and project is purojyekuto in Japanese. However, you'd better to print in Japanese charactors; for it is not appealing to Japanese when it is written in what-we-call Roma-ji. If you let me know your fax number, I will send them to you. Noriko (nyasue@earthlink.net)
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nyasue
United States
Local time: 23:05
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You have been so helpful to me on my research for this translation into different languages. Thank you for all your help! :)
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4 +1Cho-oku no jyunkatsu youin kenkyu purojyekutonyasue


  

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Cho-oku no jyunkatsu youin kenkyu purojyekuto


Explanation:
chalk is cho-oku in Japanese, jyunkatsu means lubricantion, youin means factor, kenkyu for research and project is purojyekuto in Japanese. However, you'd better to print in Japanese charactors; for it is not appealing to Japanese when it is written in what-we-call Roma-ji. If you let me know your fax number, I will send them to you. Noriko (nyasue@earthlink.net)

nyasue
United States
Local time: 23:05
PRO pts in pair: 8
Grading comment
You have been so helpful to me on my research for this translation into different languages. Thank you for all your help! :)

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
neutral  omi-tama: Ms nyasue's answer is good and phonetically correct. Also her suggestion of printing it in Japanese charactor is quite reasonable. If you want to make it more formal, "Cho-oku no jyunkatsu youin ni kansuru kenkyu purojyekuto" is the one commonly used.
1 day8 hrs

agree  Soonthon LUPKITARO(Ph.D.)
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