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16:23 Sep 4, 2000
English to Lithuanian translations [Non-PRO]
Tech/Engineering
English term or phrase: on page nnn
In technical manuals, we do cross references to headings. For example:

See "heading 2" on page 31.

Or

See "heading 2" on page 266.

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

Thanks
jim
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Summary of answers provided
nannn puslapyje
Raimis
napuslapyjeJurate Markeviciene
naNo, unless you refer to several pages.
Virginija


  

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5 hrs
No, unless you refer to several pages.


Explanation:
If your refer to several pages, you have to use plural.

single---puslapyje
plural --puslapiuose

Virginija
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6 hrs
puslapyje


Explanation:
i.e. "on page No 5" - "5 puslapyje", "on pages No 5-6" - 5-6 puslapiuose";
"Heading 2 on page No 5" - "2 antra¹tģ 5 puslapyje"; Headings 2-3 on page No 5" - "2-3 antra¹tģs 5 puslapyje".

And nothing more.

Regards

Jurate



Jurate Markeviciene
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6 hrs
nnn puslapyje


Explanation:
No language-specific characters in these words. Translation is the same for all numbers. Whole sentence would be:

Žr. "antraštė 2" 31 (or 266) puslapyje.
(to see the correct characters here, select Baltic Windows decoding for this page)

Raimis
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