free land

19:44 Sep 21, 2000
English to Japanese translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: free land
free land

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naaki chi
N. Tog (X)
namuryou no tochi, jiyuu no kuni
Harold Slovic



59 mins
muryou no tochi, jiyuu no kuni

Basically, without knowing any context,
the above phrase "muryou no tochi" is a literal translation, e.g, "muryuo" means
"free, without cost", "tochi" means "land" in the sense of "real estate", and "no" is simply a require connective word; but, another interpretation is possible, in a political context, e.g., "America is a free country" (or, "a country of freedom"), in which case the translation would be "jiyuu (freedom), no (connective) kuni (country)". Hope this is helpful. haslov

Harold Slovic
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aki chi

'aki chi' is a land which is not used currently. However, an owner who wants to rent or sell the land posseses it.

N. Tog (X)
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