I made a mistake in building a glossary
Thread poster: James_xia

James_xia  Identity Verified
English to Chinese
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Mar 1, 2011

As a certified Pro with Pro.Z, I'm often asked to build up the terms like all the other Pros. However, recently I made a mistake, not too big, and not too small. I totally misunderstood a term in the following link. Here I posted it and sincerely invite the peers, if available, to contribute to the right answer.


I very much apologize for the mistake, and hopefully, that didn't misguide the asker.

Thank you all for your kindest help!


Local time: 21:42
犯错是学习的最好方法 Mar 1, 2011



Lucia Leszinsky
You can hide your GBK answer at any time Mar 1, 2011

Hello James_xia,

Note that if you are not satisfied with your answer to GBK question http://www.proz.com/kudoz/4236625 , you can hide it by using the "Hide answer" option available at the bottom of your answer box.

Or else, let me know and I will do this for you.

Hope this helps.

Kind regards,



James_xia  Identity Verified
English to Chinese
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Just leave it Mar 1, 2011

Thank you very much for your kind help, Lucia. I'd rather leave it for a mirror on my future work.

Also, thank you, Bin Tiede, for all your kindness.


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