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05:31 May 28, 2001
English to translations [Non-PRO]
Science
English term or phrase: My love to you forever
to be used as engraving on a ring. Symbol translation if possible
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Summary of answers provided
naU 4 oo or U =(Alpha)(Omega)
Germaine
naÎÒÓÀÔ¶°®Ä㣡
Donglai Lou
naÎÒÓÀÔ¶°®Ä㣡
Donglai Lou
naÎÒ°®Äãµ½ÓÀÔ¶
Wei Jiang
naMi amor por ti para siempreIvan Sanchez


  

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3 mins
Mi amor por ti para siempre


Explanation:
Luck!

Ivan Sanchez
Local time: 18:05
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish

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samsi
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4 mins
ÎÒ°®Äãµ½ÓÀÔ¶


Explanation:
Literally, I love you for ever.

Wei Jiang
China
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1 hr
ÎÒÓÀÔ¶°®Ä㣡


Explanation:
"i love you for ever" literately translated into ÎÒÓÀÔ¶°®Äã¡£

Donglai Lou
China
Local time: 07:05
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in ChineseChinese
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1 hr
ÎÒÓÀÔ¶°®Ä㣡


Explanation:
"i love you for ever" can be translated into ÎÒÓÀÔ¶°®Äã literately ¡£if you'd like to carve it in a ring as a symbol, i prefer to translate it into "º£¿ÝʯÀã¬Ê¸Ö¾²»Óå"¡£ this is a famous love motto in china, which indicates that my love will never diminish until the doom's day.

Donglai Lou
China
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3 hrs
U 4 oo or U =(Alpha)(Omega)


Explanation:
U 4 "infinite symbol" or
U 2 "infinie symbol"
would read "You for (to) infinite", therefore: "You for ever"
(the infinite symbol looks like an 8 on the side)

or
U = (Alpha) (Omega) (the greek letters)
U R (Alpha) (Omega)
would read "You are alpha and omega"
something like: "You're my beginning and my end"

Word (Alt-I-P) and WordPerfect (Ctrl-W)
give you the symbols for Alpha, Omega and Infinite. Sorry... didn't find the ASCII codes to put them in here...

Germaine
Canada
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