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Sentence #240504

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The civil rights movement leads to a dream.

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公民権運動はある夢に至る。
公民[コウミン] 権[ケン] 運動[ウンドウ] は[ハ] ある[アル] 夢[ユメ] に[ニ] 至る[イタル] 。[。]

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  1. Mar 13th 2014, 12:14
    Can anyone explain to me what this sentence is expected to mean?
  2. Mar 13th 2014, 12:20
    Движение за гражданские права приводит к мечте?
  3. Mar 13th 2014, 12:48
    Maybe the Japanese sentence means approximately:
    As for that matter, the civil rights movement nourishes illusions.
    Was das anbetrifft, nährt die Bürgerrechtsbewegung Illusionen.
    Если на то пошло, движение за гражданские права питает иллюзий.
    (I'm only guessing.)
  4. Mar 13th 2014, 13:47
    Я думаю, автор имел в виду "приводит к исполнению мечты".
    I think, the author means "make a dream come true", "lead to the fulfilment of a dream", or something like that.
  5. Mar 13th 2014, 15:18
    The Japanese is also not really comprehensible, at least for me. It'd be always be better to simply ignore this kind of orphan sentence pair.
  6. Mar 13th 2014, 15:21
    @tommy_san Why don't you adopt and correct the japanese sentence?

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