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15:33 Sep 14, 2007
English to Japanese translations [PRO] General / Conversation / Greetings / Letters / political slogan
English term or phrase:With you it's possible.
This is an election slogan for a political campaign.
Explanation: It's possible with you： ならば 「この自体は貴方と共に可能である」なんて意味になりますが、選挙のスローガンということで。
I was thinking of what strongest term in Japanse as "possible"
"I need your support then it's going to be possible (more)" that means on
"with you it's possible"
However it did not say "more"
there for simply I suggest it as 「可能性をあなたと共に」
Possible is 出来るならば、可能性、可能なこと、
ykamada Japan Local time: 07:43 Works in field Native speaker of: Japanese
Explanation: As the original meaning, I believe the text describe if the people are cooperative to do it is possible to realize the measures. So the point is "we CAN do it, if you are with me".
So far I choose the word 「できること(what we can do)」 for possible, as it is something more realistic and down-to-earth than the vast idea of possibility.
Hope it helps,
xxxtokyo woman Local time: 07:43 Specializes in field Native speaker of: Japanese