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blay_paul - Jul 28th 2010, 18:41
"Ah, the trailing group has arrived." "Oh my! They've caught up with us while we were resting."
blay_paul - Jul 28th 2010, 18:41
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blay_paul - Jul 29th 2010, 20:25
"Ah, the trailing group has arrived." "Oh no. They caught up with us while we were resting."

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Sentence #441571

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"Ah, the trailing group has arrived." "Oh no. They caught up with us while we were resting."

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「あっ、後続のパーティが来たみたいだな。」「あちゃー。休んでる間に追いつかれちゃったわね。」
「[] あっ[] 、[] 後続[こうぞく] の[] パーティ[] が[] 来[き] た[] みたい[] だ[] な[] 。[] 」[] 「[] あ[] ちゃ[] ー[] 。[] 休ん[やすん] でる[] 間[ま] に[] 追いつか[おいつか] れ[] ちゃっ[] た[] わ[] ね[] 。[] 」[]

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blay_paul
Jul 28th 2010, 18:41
I'm giving this a personal 6/10 - room for improvement.

Any suggestions on better translations for あちゃー?
TheDQN
Jul 28th 2010, 22:03
I guess it would depend on the age of the person saying the second line, but maybe "Aww..." would work (with a slightly disappointed, trailing intonation)
blay_paul
Jul 28th 2010, 22:30
That does the disappointment well, but I was hoping for a bit of surprise as well. I'll think about it some more and decide later.
TheDQN
Jul 28th 2010, 22:41
Maybe "Oh no!" - with a tinge of dismay and surprise.

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