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All civilization is against war.
  • aedon
  • Jan 21st 2010, 19:55
All civilized countries (nations) are against war.
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  • CK
  • Sep 30th 2010, 15:20
All civilized countries are against war.
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  • Eldad
  • Nov 12th 2010, 19:15
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  • Eldad
  • Nov 12th 2010, 19:15
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  • duran
  • Dec 31st 2013, 18:44
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Sentence #51689

eng
All civilized countries are against war.
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fra
Tous les pays civilisés s'opposent à la guerre.
heb
כל המדינות המתוקנות הן נגד מלחמה.
heb
כל המדינות הנאורות מתנגדות למלחמה.
ita
Tutti i paesi civilizzati sono contrari alla guerra.
jpn
すべての文明国は戦争に反対している。
すべて の 文明(ぶんめい) (こく)戦争(せんそう)反対(はんたい) している 。
mkd
Сите цивилизирани држави се против војна.
nld
Alle beschaafde landen zijn tegen oorlog.
rus
Все цивилизованные страны против войны.
spa
Todo país civilizado está en contra de la guerra.
tur
Bütün uygar ülkeler savaşa karşıdır.
cmn
所有文明國家都反對戰爭。
所有文明国家都反对战争。
suǒyǒu wénmíng guójiā dōu fǎnduì zhànzhēng 。
deu
Alle zivilisierten Länder sind gegen Krieg.
epo
Ĉiuj civilizitaj landoj kontraŭas militon.
heb
כל המדינות התרבותיות מתנגדות למלחמה.
pol
Wszystkie cywilizowane kraje są przeciw wojnie.
por
Todos os países civilizados estão contra a guerra.

Comments

J_S
J_S
Apr 19th 2011, 16:50
A more common phrasing is "All civilized countries oppose war."
Swift
Apr 19th 2011, 20:45
a) It would be interesting to see your sources for that.
"countries oppose war" 3470 hits http://www.google.is/search?q=%...+oppose+war%22
"countries are against war" 6000 hits http://www.google.is/search?q=%...against+war%22

b) Tatoeba isn't about collecting the most common phrase, but natural sentences. See: http://blog.tatoeba.org/2010/02...n-tatoeba.html , in particular point 5.
J_S
J_S
Apr 19th 2011, 21:11
I get 'No results found for "All civilized countries oppose war."' and 8 results for the original phrasing that all appear to be related to this translation.

But nevermind. In this case, my source was simply my own native ear. One variant sounded more familiar than another. Sorry, I can't explain it much better!

Perhaps I prefer "oppose" because it is a more academic-souding phrasing, and I imagine this sort of sentence is typically uttered in academic settings.
Swift
Apr 19th 2011, 22:32
It's important to be mindful that local usage doesn't always match global usage -- not the least in English.