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11:14 May 17, 2002
Norwegian to English translations [Non-PRO]
Norwegian term or phrase: en ting diskutere
It should translate back to the name of an english song

Summary of answers provided
1 +1One thing discuss
Trond Ruud
1How could you say one thingMarianneH



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One thing discuss

Something seems to be missing?
Could the Norwegian sentence be
"En ting å diskutere er om..." i.e.: One thing to discuss is whether to... (e.g. whether to buy or sell)

Trond Ruud
Local time: 14:28
Native speaker of: Native in NorwegianNorwegian
PRO pts in pair: 31

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agree  Lyngstad: One thing to discuss.....
4 days
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How could you say one thing

Agree that there seems to be a word missing. If you could explain the source of the phrase, maybe it would be easier to guess at which song it could be? The three songs below were the best ideas I could come up with searching CDDB.com - though only in a couple of genres.

Various Artists / The Mod Scene
How Could You Say One Thing

Phyllis Hyman / It Takes Style
One Thing On My Mind

Tiffany Eckhardt / Looking For Signs
One Thing I Know

    Reference: http://www.cddb.com
    Reference: http://www.cddb.com/music/adv_search.html
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neutral  Lyngstad: Something to talk about -- another song title.
3 days8 hrs
  -> There are many song titles it could be. Trouble is, no genre and bad grammar :-)
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