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I visit equal to or more than 10 countries of countries up to this.
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linked to #160735
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  • Aug 19th 2010, 17:15
linked to #471656
I have visited more than ten countries until now.
I have visited more than nine countries until now.
I have visited more than nine countries up until now.

Sentence #253785

eng
I have visited more than nine countries up until now.
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jpn
私はこれまで10ヶ国以上の国を訪れている。
(わたし) は これ まで (いち) (ぜろ) ヶ国(かこく) 以上(いじょう)(くに)(おとず)れている 。
rus
До этого, я побывал в десяти, или более, странах.
eng
I have visited more than nine countries so far.
eng
I have visited more than nine countries to date.
epo
Antaŭ tio, mi vizitis dek, aŭ pli landojn.

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AlanF_US
Aug 25th 2013, 21:45
Similar problems to those in http://tatoeba.org/eng/sentences/show/256470 . The sentence is incorrect and not highly logical; the speaker would probably know whether s/he had visited 10 countries or more, though I suppose it's possible to lose track of whether it had been ten or a higher number.

What does the Japanese say?

@needs native check -> @change
WestofEden
Aug 25th 2013, 22:33
This one is pretty bad. I'm a little confused tough. Why are you unlinking sentences from Japanese if you don't understand Japanese?
tommy_san
Aug 26th 2013, 02:13
Strictly speaking, the Japanese says "ten or more countries", that is, "more than nine countries".
[#2697661] This sentence and its translations would show you clearly what 以上 means.
In this sentence, however, it's not so important whether or not 10 is included, so I think the present translation is good enough. "Ten or more" or "more than nine" sound awkward in English, doesn't it?
WestofEden
Aug 26th 2013, 02:48
Thanks. I didn't realize that 以上 meant >=, not >. I think that more than nine is not too bad as a translation.
AlanF_US
Aug 26th 2013, 05:37
Can you just change "until now" to "by now"?

I will answer your question about unlinking in a separate note.

AlanF_US
Aug 26th 2013, 06:23
deleted @change tag
tommy_san
16 days ago
I wonder how likely it is to say "more than nine countries" when you've been to, say, 12 countries.