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English translation: up to this time, as in the past

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13:35 Jun 30, 2004
Japanese to English translations [Non-PRO]
Art/Literary - Accounting
Japanese term or phrase: jurai
japanese language
haris
English translation:up to this time, as in the past
Explanation:
up to this time, as in the past
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up to this time, as in the past


Explanation:
up to this time, as in the past

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agree  xxxYakugo: Also "conventional" when used to modify a noun
59 mins

agree  shhogg
1 hr

agree  Will Matter
5 hrs

agree  Minoru Kuwahara: is the asker asking for a word "従来"? i would pick up "existing", "traditional", "customary", "conventional", etc. for its English equivalent. -
15 hrs

agree  tkiyon: "traditional" "conventional" are commonly used.
18 hrs

neutral  Kurt Hammond: Agree with answers by kuwahara-san, tkiyon-san moreso than 'up to this time' ... that sounds somewhat awkward.
22 hrs

agree  Chinoise
4 days
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