Off topic: Easy to go, hard to live (or to leave)?
Thread poster: sokolniki
| | sokolniki
Local time: 08:31
English to Russian
| | James McVay
Local time: 09:31
Russian to English
So that's the way you say "Freudian slip" in Russian. Now I know something I never wondered about and will probably never have a chance to use in a translation. But then I'm the kind of guy who looks a word up in the dictionary and spends more time browsing through other definitions than reading the one I opened it for.
| | Louise Souter
Local time: 14:31
Spanish to English
James McVay wrote:
But then I'm the kind of guy who looks a word up in the dictionary and spends more time browsing through other definitions than reading the one I opened it for.
I thought I was the only one who did that!
| No, I do that too. || Jan 20, 2010 |
It's probably an occupational hazard of translators.
| | xxxGrayson Morr
Local time: 15:31
Dutch to English
| Yes, indeed... || Jan 20, 2010 |
I think you're right about that, Deborah!
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