Tags

No tag on this sentence.

View all tags

About unapproved sentences

You may see some sentences in red. These sentences are not approved by Tatoeba's community. They raise copyright issues or are otherwise problematic. If you are a contributor, please avoid translating them.

Logs

  • date unknown
My comment sparked off an argument in the group.
  • date unknown
linked to #7835
  • date unknown
linked to #164084
  • Dejo
  • Oct 5th 2010, 04:57
linked to #545989
linked to #772099
linked to #784530
linked to #3462136

Report mistakes

Do not hesitate to post a comment if you see a mistake!

NOTE: If the sentence does not belong to anyone and you know how to correct the mistake, feel free to correct it without posting any comment. You will have to adopt the sentence before you can edit it.

Sentence #250426

eng
My comment sparked off an argument in the group.
cmn
我的評論引起了小組內的爭論。
我的评论引起了小组内的争论。
wǒ de pínglùn yǐnqǐ le xiǎozǔ nèi de zhēnglùn 。
deu
Meine Bemerkung löste einen Streit in der Gruppe aus.
deu
An meinem Kommentar entzündete sich ein Streit in der Gruppe.
epo
Miaj komentoj ekigis disputon en la grupo.
fra
Ma remarque déclencha une controverse au sein du groupe.
jpn
私の意見がそのグループでの議論のきっかけになった。
私[わたし] の[] 意見[いけん] が[] その[] グループ[] で[] の[] 議論[ぎろん] の[] きっかけ[] に[] なっ[] た[] 。[]

Comments

Dejo
Aug 29th 2014, 17:32
I was a bit dubious about "sparked off" because I hadn't heard it used in a figurative sense in Canada, but it's in the dictionary, so i adopted the sentence:
spark something off
1. ...
2. Fig. to cause or start some violent or energetic activity. We were afraid there would be a riot and the speaker nearly sparked it off. The speaker sparked off quite a discussion.
patgfisher
Aug 30th 2014, 02:27
"sparked off" is used with this meaning in Australia.
Dejo
Aug 30th 2014, 03:25
Thanks patgfisher:)

You need to be logged in to add a comment. If you are not registered, you can register here.