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家々の軒先には旗が掲げられていた。

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家々の軒先には旗が掲げられていた。

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Die Häuserfronten waren mit Fahnen behangen.
eng
The fronts of the houses were hung with flags.
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Flags had been hoisted on the eaves of houses.
epo
La domfasadoj estis flagitaj.
fra
Les frontons des maisons étaient couverts de drapeaux.
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Des drapeaux ont été hissés au bord des toits des maisons.
hun
A ház homlokzata zászlókkal volt földíszítve.
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Det hang flagg fra forsidene av husene.
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Das fachadas das casas suspendiam-se bandeiras.
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Фасады домов были увешаны флагами.
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Las banderas habían sido izadas en los aleros de las casas.
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Bayraklar evlerin saçakları üzerine çekilmişti.
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mặt tiền các ngôi nhà đều đã được treo cờ.

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sacredceltic sacredceltic 2011-12-19 20:39 link permalink

[eng] Can someone who is fluent at Japanses please confirm the exact meaning of this sentence. The English translation seems to imply that "flags have been hoisted on the eaves of houses".
"Hoisting", implies that these houses are equipped with a hoisting device (mast+pulley+rope...), as far as I know. Is that the normal procedure to fly flags on Japanese "houses"?

[fra] Quelqu'un qui parle couramment le japonais peut-il confirmer le sens exact de cette phrase ? La traduction anglaise semble sous-entendre que des drapeaux ont été "hissés" sur les bords des toits des maisons. "Hisser" implique que ces maisons soient équipées d'un dispositif de hissage, pour autant que je sache (mat+poulie+drisse...). Est-ce la procédure normale pour faire flotter des drapeaux sur des "maisons" au Japon ?