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17:26 Oct 17, 2002
Japanese to English translations [Non-PRO] Tech/Engineering - Computers: Software / software
Japanese term or phrase:実行時はメリット
enjoy the merits fully. is that ok?
Explanation: Your translation sounds ok but not complete.
"Enjoy the merits" sounds good. "fully" is not necessary since the definition of 享受 is
1. To receive and make it your own.
2. To enjoy the beauty of art, etc.
This definition is from a Japanese dictionary for the Japanese natives.
You didn't translate 実行時. It sounds like an explanation on how to operate or apply a software. If that's the context, you can translate it as
You will be able to enjoy its merits when you operate it (or) when you apply it.
But if the context is different and you are doing something other than operating, that last part should change. It all depends on what you are 実行してる。"
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Alisa Schwell United States Local time: 21:52 Native speaker of: English, Japanese