on page nnn

16:46 Sep 4, 2000
English to Chinese translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: on page nnn
In technical manuals, we do cross references to headings. For example:

See "heading 2" on page 31.


See "heading 2" on page 266.

Is the word "page" translated differently for different numbers? (Or otherwise?)


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naNo. "page" is translated in the same way with different numbers.
Grace Gao-Sheppard



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No. "page" is translated in the same way with different numbers.

di 31 ye or di 266 ye

Grace Gao-Sheppard
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