Centre de Préparation Omnisport

English translation: Omnisport Training Center

11:37 Jul 2, 2000
French to English translations [PRO]
French term or phrase: Centre de Préparation Omnisport
Throughout a document the "Centre de Préparation Omnisport" is constantly mentioned. Would this be considered a nom propre or should I translate it.
If I should translate it, would Omnisports training center be acceptable in English or would General sports trainingcenter be preferable ?
Thanks for any advice.
Derek
Derek
English translation:Omnisport Training Center
Explanation:
would be my suggestion, given the capitalization, which implies that the phrase is a proper name. (Does the rest of your document give you any clues?) -- Alternatively, you could leave it in French and add the English translation as an explanation (in such cases, I usually put the English in brackets immediately after the French). -- HTH, HC
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naAll Sports Training Centre
Telesforo Fernandez
naOmnisport Training Center
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3 hrs
Omnisport Training Center


Explanation:
would be my suggestion, given the capitalization, which implies that the phrase is a proper name. (Does the rest of your document give you any clues?) -- Alternatively, you could leave it in French and add the English translation as an explanation (in such cases, I usually put the English in brackets immediately after the French). -- HTH, HC

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11 hrs
All Sports Training Centre


Explanation:
IS IT NOT ALL SPORTS, WHEN HE SAYS OMNISPORT? IT MAKES LOT MORE SENSE.

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