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01:52 Nov 30, 2001
English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO] Art/Literary
English term or phrase:Genki desuka, Tokyo.
At the opening of a concert in Tokyo.
What does it mean?
How should I write it in Spanish?
Explanation: You entered the wrong language pair, but that's ok. :-)
The phrase is a standard Japanese greeting phrase. Maybe something in the lines of "Que te vaya bien" would work (my Spanish is not the best and I know this refers to a whole city, but it might give you an idea).
Not entirely guessing :-)
EKM Sweden Local time: 10:38 Native speaker of: Swedish
It was an English-Spanish translation, that's why. Thanks.
The asker has declined this answer Comment: Gracias. Eres traductora?
12 hrs confidence:
en la inauguración de un concierto en Tokio
Explanation: It may mean that the concert season is about to begin; it could possibly be the first concert given and therefore it is called "opening" Example: We shall meet at the opening of a concert in Tokio En español: Nos veremos en la inauguracíon de un concierto en Tokio. Sínónimo de inauguración; apertura.
elenali Native speaker of: Spanish PRO pts in pair: 17