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Home Banking Made Easy

Japanese translation: らくらくホームバンキング(rakuraku hoomubankingu)

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English term or phrase:Home Banking Made Easy
Japanese translation:らくらくホームバンキング(rakuraku hoomubankingu)
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12:11 Sep 19, 2000
English to Japanese translations [Non-PRO]
Marketing
English term or phrase: Home Banking Made Easy
Banking ad
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らくらくホームバンキング(rakuraku hoomubankingu)
Explanation:
The literal meaning of 'rakuraku hoomubankingu' is 'easy homebanking'.
The phrase 'Homebanking made easy' would be a catchword for banking ad. This translated phrase is catchy and easy to understand. If the word 'bankingu (banking)'is explained or contextualized by the statement following the catchword, it would be accepted by the Japanese ordinary cutomers, although business people in Japan know this English word.
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Yoji Morioka
Japan
Local time: 01:00
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らくらくホームバンキング(rakuraku hoomubankingu)


Explanation:
The literal meaning of 'rakuraku hoomubankingu' is 'easy homebanking'.
The phrase 'Homebanking made easy' would be a catchword for banking ad. This translated phrase is catchy and easy to understand. If the word 'bankingu (banking)'is explained or contextualized by the statement following the catchword, it would be accepted by the Japanese ordinary cutomers, although business people in Japan know this English word.

Yoji Morioka
Japan
Local time: 01:00
Native speaker of: Japanese
PRO pts in pair: 12

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