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Old March 01, 2010, 07:58 PM
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All which in case that you favor of

Any thoughts on how to translate the english phrase "All which in case that you favor of" into spanish? I kind of got into a bit of trouble with a certain frenchman who claims it can't be done. So I bet my watch. Don't let me down, guys!
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The English phrase doesn't make any sense. Tiene razón el francés. You can kiss your watch goodbye.
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Any thoughts on how to translate the english phrase "All which in case that you favor of" into spanish? I kind of got into a bit of trouble with a certain frenchman who claims it can't be done. So I bet my watch. Don't let me down, guys!
Really I don't understand the phrase.
Do you are sure that the phrase should be written so?
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Really I don't understand the phrase.
Do you are sure that the phrase should be written so?
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No me tiene razón tampoco
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Old March 04, 2010, 01:58 AM
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No me tiene razón tampoco
But Tiengasse speaks English. Do you mean that he's written an English sentence with no meaning at all, even in English?
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But Tiengasse speaks English. Do you mean that he's written an English sentence with no meaning at all, even in English?
Yes - it's gobbledygook. (now you have 3001 to learn )
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Old March 04, 2010, 02:02 AM
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Yes - it's gobbledygook. (now you have 3001 to learn )
Galimatías.

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"...all which in case that you favor of...", sounds like maybe French to
English translation?

How about: "...todo lo que pudieras apoyar..."?

Or: "...todo esto en caso de que apoyes..."?
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