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linked to #8854
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linked to #175882
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As soon as the result was made public, I told you it. [M]
  • duran
  • May 10th 2013, 11:05
linked to #2428183

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Sentence #238583

As soon as the result was made public, I told you it.
Dès que le résultat a été rendu public, je te l'ai donné.
結果[けっか] が[] 公表[こうひょう] さ[] れ[] 次第[しだい] 、[] 私[わたし] は[] 君[きみ] に[] それ[] を[] 知らせ[しらせ] た[] 。[]
Sonuç kamuya açıklanır açıklanmaz, onu sana söyledim.
Sobald das Ergebnis veröffentlicht worden ist, habe ich es dir gegeben.
Ekde kiam la rezulto estis publikigita, mi al vi ĝin donis.
Onmiddellijk toen het resultaat publiek werd, heb ik het jou gegeven.


Nov 18th 2012, 17:48
Told you or gave you?
Nov 18th 2012, 18:00

if a sentence is not natural, it should be tagged as such. Or at least with a @check tag if you're not sure.
You never miss an opportunity to tag one of mine, so I can't quite figure out why it is that you leave dozens of thousands of unadopted sentences without any indication as to their quality, although you already reviewed them, to be stupidly translated by people who are unaware they are unnatural, leading to entire chains of translations of bad sentences ?
Sep 3rd 2013, 17:19
I told you the result as soon as it was made public.
Sep 3rd 2013, 19:22

This sentence is incorrect and has no owner. You are a native. So you should adopt it and correct it yourself.
Sep 3rd 2013, 19:22
and please comment when it's done, so I will remove the tag that I inserted.

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