joulukamppis uupuvat käännökset

Swedish translation: Christmas campaign, the lacking/missing translations

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11:21 Jan 28, 2003
Finnish to Swedish translations [PRO]
Finnish term or phrase: joulukamppis uupuvat käännökset
Part of Excel-table. SMS-message. A sudden finnish sentence in English context. Please, explain in English or Swedish.
Renassans LS
Local time: 04:31
Swedish translation:Christmas campaign, the lacking/missing translations
Explanation:
The text is very colloquial/slang and not even quite clear when you don't have any more context. But I think my translation is 99,5 % correct.
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Timo Lehtilä
Finland
Local time: 05:31
Grading comment
Thanks alot. It makes sense in the context (being a sudden message in the middle of SMS-icons, where the following two icons depicted christmas scenarios).
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4Christmas campaign, the lacking/missing translations
Timo Lehtilä


  

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Christmas campaign, the lacking/missing translations


Explanation:
The text is very colloquial/slang and not even quite clear when you don't have any more context. But I think my translation is 99,5 % correct.

Timo Lehtilä
Finland
Local time: 05:31
Native speaker of: Finnish
PRO pts in pair: 122
Grading comment
Thanks alot. It makes sense in the context (being a sudden message in the middle of SMS-icons, where the following two icons depicted christmas scenarios).
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