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Sentence #24717

eng
What are you about?

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cmn
你在做甚麼?
你在做甚么?
jpn
何をやっているのですか。
jpn
何をしているのですか。
rus
О чём ты?
rus
О чём вы?
dan
Hvad taler du om?
dan
Hvad snakker du om?
deu
Wovon redest du?
deu
Worüber sprichst du?
deu
Von was redest du?
eng
What are you talking about?!
eng
What are you talking about!?
eng
What're you talking about?
eng
What are you on about?
eng
What are you talking about?
epo
Kion vi rakontas?
epo
Pri kio vi parolas?
fra
De quoi vous parlez ?
fra
De quoi tu parles ?
fra
De quoi parles-tu ?
fra
Qu'est-ce que tu racontes ?
fra
De quoi parles-tu ?
ina
De que parla tu?
ita
Di cosa parlate?
ita
Di che cosa parlate?
ita
Di cosa parla?
ita
Di che cosa parla?
ita
Di cosa parli?
jpn
何の話?
なんはなし
jpn
何を話しているの?
lat
Qua de re loqueris?
nld
Waar heb je het over?
pol
O czym ty mówisz?
pol
O czym mówisz?
por
Do que vocês estão falando?
por
De que você está falando?
por
Do que estás a falar?
por
Do que você está falando?
por
Sobre o que você está falando?
por
De que vocês estão falando?
spa
¿De qué hablas?
spa
¿De qué estás hablando?
ukr
Про що ти говориш?
vie
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Comments

FeuDRenais 2010-09-04 10:56 link permalink

Can someone check the Japanese here?

The Chinese just says "what are you doing?"

blay_paul 2010-09-04 11:16 link permalink

> The Chinese just says "what are you doing?"

That's what "What are you about?" means.

FeuDRenais 2010-09-04 11:33 link permalink

Not to me, at least.

"What are you about?" generally means "what do you like to do?" or "what things are you interested in?"

British tag?

blay_paul 2010-09-04 11:47 link permalink

Better not. It may be an idiolect or minority usage.

FeuDRenais 2010-09-04 11:55 link permalink

K. I tagged it as "ambiguous".