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Old French Mechnical Drawings » answer
by JayAndrews, 2018-07-14, 18:46  Spam?  71.232.82...
Hi, I'm Jay.

I'm working on a project in which I am responsible for converting old (circa 1950-1970) French "blue-print" machine drawings into English in modern computerized drawings.

Most words I have been able to figure out with the help of google, but there are a few abbreviations that I'm stuck on.  

The current elusive abbreviation is PM after a dimension number, for example  <---14.6±0.1 PM--->  I might have guessed before or after any coatings, but there are no coatings called out.

Thanks in advance for any help.

Jay
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Mystery French Song » answer
by midc, 2018-06-21, 18:13  Spam?  72.67.113...
Hello,

I am looking for help finding the artist and name of a French song. I've had no luck yet but I have a really low quality recording I am hoping someone can help translate so I can search for it online.

Instead of uploading a file for someone to download (super shady business) I decided to upload to youtube. It isn't much more guaranteed but hopefully someone feels helpful.

https://youtu.be/H-prx4N30vA

Thanks so much in advance!

-Lee
Term:
 jsais une chosse t chosse » answer
by karrde6666 (UN), 2018-06-14, 02:48  Spam?  
jsais une chosse t chosse
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My joy. My life. My family. » answer
by BoonahBaker, 2018-05-19, 14:25  Spam?  76.177.214...
It’s been so long since I took French that I can’t remember, but would “My joy. My life. My family.” translate from English into French as “Ma joie. Ma vie. Ma famille.” ? Thank you, in advance.
Answer:
Yes !   #892220
by matthieu- (FR/US), 2018-06-09, 02:42  Spam?  
Perfect !
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How to say in French » answer
by NakiTeacher, 2018-05-05, 08:07  Spam?  219.89.103....
Could someone please help me translate a phrase in English to French. Is there a French phrase for ‘It’s my life, I’ll do what I want’? Instead of getting a tattoo with My Life in English, I want to do it in French. Thanks for your help!!
Answer:
C'est ma vie, je fais ce que je veux.  #890633
by christinchen (DE), 2018-05-05, 16:22  Spam?  
Answer:
a slight variant  #892221
by matthieu- (FR/US), 2018-06-09, 02:45  Spam?  
would be :

C'est ma vie, je fais comme bon me semble.

Hope that helps,
Matthieu
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Please I need help with some grammar and translation » answer
by LeNewbie (UN), Last modified: 2018-04-26, 18:33  Spam?  
Can anyone please help me with this. My French is not so good and it seems Google/Bing have disappointed as my work sometimes gets remarks of incorrect grammar. I work for an Advertising company.

So please help me with the following:

1. How do I translate: " Quality Nearly New Cars Available for sale. Browse the offers now"

I will also appreciate some colorful descriptive adjectives in French so as to avoid sounding monotonous/repetitive.

2. How do I translate "New Cars and New Vehicules" (My challenge is with 'neuve' or 'neuf'

Thank you very much.
Chat:    
Used  #890045
by Catesse (AU), 2018-04-25, 05:48  Spam?  
How can something be "nearly used"? It has been used or it has not. On the other hand, it can be "nearly new". (NB: vehicles, not vehicules.)
Answer:
by LeNewbie (UN), 2018-04-26, 18:34  Spam?  
 #890133
Sorry I mean Nearly New. Apologies.
Answer:
ok...  #892222
by matthieu- (FR/US), 2018-06-09, 02:52  Spam?  
I'm for hire anytime you need some great French marketing writing...

Car(s) = Voiture(s) which is a feminine noun. so the adjective should bear the same gender/plurality marks.
Vehicle(s) = Véhicule(s) which is a masculine noun.

the adjective goes as : neuf / neuve / neufs / neuves  (ms/fs/mp/fp)

Hope that helps,
Matthieu
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Please help me translate this English quote to french  » answer
by Frenchhelp, 2018-04-15, 12:13  Spam?  120.21.147...
Salut,

Could someone please translate this quote for me, as you might say to a French person? I have looked at google, but I’m not sure how accurate it is.

“and I know that I’m not the love of your life, but you will always be the love of mine”

Merci!
Answer:
l'amour de ma vie  #889842
by amalgame (CH), 2018-04-19, 19:55  Spam?  
et je sais que je ne suis pas l'amour de ta vie, mais tu resteras toujours l'amour de la mienne.
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Lyrics of a music » answer
by alphajoza, 2018-04-12, 23:51  Spam?  192.95.22...
I'll really appreciate it if someone, fluent in french, transcribe the lyrics of this piece of music (from 00:30 to 01:30)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y5PCAxsA_K0
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Message Card » answer
by spinkicked (UN), 2018-04-03, 00:10  Spam?  
I would be really glad if someone, who both knows French and English would translate this into French. It is a bit emberassing but I will be sending some flowers to someone and I want it in French.

The roses were in every colour, but they couldn't hide their blush once they learned that they would be coming to a better beauty.
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What does this pillow say? » answer
by JMP, 2018-04-02, 19:40  Spam?  24.130.247....
Could someone translate the words on this pillow into english, please?

https://www.etsy.com/listing/91076740/french-country-crest-pillow-c...#
Answer:
by amalgame (CH), 2018-04-02, 21:35  Spam?  
 #889185
you have – and that’s sufficient – to start telling the incident, in order that a most ordinary incident turns into an adventure
Answer:
by JMP, 2018-04-03, 01:37  Spam?  24.130.247....
 #889192
Ah, how fun! Thank you so much.
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French (?) Translation needed for religious pendant » answer
by KatStein, 2018-03-28, 23:08  Spam?  73.225.64....
https://photos.app.goo.gl/kZL3bhI1LpMPh2cd2
https://photos.app.goo.gl/Z1kyiOEGkgiernID2

The text is hard to make out and Google translator isn't helping... A friend found it in Paris, France. Curious to what she says. Thank you for any help.
Answer:
Ste Thérèse  #888995
by Catesse (AU), Last modified: 2018-03-30, 07:20  Spam?  
I think that this is a primitive and rather sloppy "holy medal" in the name of Sainte Thérèse de Lisieux.
The text says something about "mourning on earth", but to me the full text is a bit incoherent.
Wikipedia(EN): Th%C3%A9r%C3%A8se_of_Lisieux
Answer:
Thank you  #888996
by KatStein, 2018-03-30, 07:48  Spam?  73.225.64....
Thank you. Much appreciated.
Answer:
by christinchen (DE), 2018-03-30, 11:12  Spam?  
 #888999
Thérèse de Lisieux: "Je veux passer mon ciel à faire du bien sur la terre"`
"I want to spend my heaven doing good on the earth"

http://www.petericepudding.com/kate46.htm
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Du fait à » answer
by unprousting (GB), Last modified: 2018-03-09, 18:02  Spam?  
This is the title of a French philosophy essay:
"Comment le Savant peut-il conclure du fait à La Loi"

It's the du fait à that is troubling me. The fact of Law doesn't sound right. Could it be translated as:
"What can the scholar conclude from the established Laws"? Or maybe "the existence of known Laws"? I think it needs a little more elaboration in English.

Thanks.

Think I've got it now: How might the scholar derive the law from the fact.
Answer:
by amalgame (CH), 2018-03-14, 18:57  Spam?  
 #888335
the last line is correct
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Help a sister out with some Canadian French » answer
by kellyarthur (UN), Last modified: 2018-03-02, 23:40  Spam?  
"complete tow vehicle & trailer kit" it's a product that has everything you need for a aftermarket blind spot detection kit for you vehicle and trailer. I need Canadian French. I know there's a difference but I'm not sure if I need to go to a different forum to get help.

Thanks!
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good tech dict needed and acronyms » answer
by calgar (IE), 2018-03-02, 15:34  Spam?  
can anyone recommend good tech dict for french to engl.  online that is .

also ,  need dict for french to engl  acronmys and abbrevs... unless its on dict cc but i cannot find many translation s   here eg sncf  ,   insee, not listed
merci calgar.
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Need help with translate this subtitles » answer
by florfan (UN), 2018-03-01, 17:41  Spam?  
Hi guys, I will be thankful for your kindly help. I have to translate this into French and I have hard time with "you plural", "you second person and etc".
I will add here French below English, please take the time to fix my mistake, sentences and etc..
I add "You plural" once I have to translate it to this form.
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Operator I'm in position
Opérateur, je suis dans ma position

Copy that agent (Slang "I got it")
j'ai compris

Now I know you guys can't wait to get in there, so we'll keep this quick. (This sentence "you plural)
--Maintenant, je sais, vous les amis ne pouvez pas attendre pour y entrer, alors nous allons faire vite

(Here I don't know how to translate the word "briefing")
Stand by for equipment briefing.
--...
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