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He likes from anyone though he has a fault.
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AlanF_US - Aug 24th 2013, 05:44
He likes anyone even if he has a fault.
AlanF_US - Aug 24th 2013, 05:44
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AlanF_US - Aug 24th 2013, 05:44
He likes anyone even if that person has a fault.

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Sentence #295784

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He likes anyone even if that person has a fault.

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AlanF_US
Aug 24th 2013, 05:45
adopted, unlinked from Japanese

"He likes from anyone though he has a fault." -> "He likes anyone even if that person has a fault."
WestofEden
Aug 27th 2013, 01:12
These translations were laughably bad. Thanks for changing them into something understandable.
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CK
Aug 27th 2013, 01:29
>adopted, unlinked from Japanese

AlanF_US,

Please remember that there is a separate set of linking and annotations that are being used by Jim Breen's WWWJDIC. Any changes made in the main corpus aren't automatically done there.

Rather than changing the English to another sentence, then unlinking the Japanese, it would be better to do the following.

1. Leave a comment with a suggested rewrite asking if it matches the Japanese.
2. Then, let someone (like WestofEden) who knows both English and Japanese make the correction.
3. Optionally, add any new sentence as an English example sentence.


AlanF_US
Aug 27th 2013, 03:00
So who would apply the changes to the WWWJDIC? Are there people who monitor changes here and make them over there? There's so much coordination involved in cleaning up sentences and translations here that it's hard to imagine replicating them over there unless there are special tools for doing that... and I imagine that the programming work to make those tools would be prohibitive.

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