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Translate romanian or czech?

Asked by julio (14 points ) September 19th, 2009

http://www.comp.ufscar.br/~jbsilva/files/words.mp3

Can anyone translate these 3 words to english?
I’m not sure if its romanian or czech

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julio's avatar

Sorry the new post, but now i’m asking to translate the words. any help?

gailcalled's avatar

You keep asking us about languages? We google; have you tried that? Are you studying Portuguese, French, Romanian and Czech?

“Portocaliu” means “orange” in Romanian.

julio's avatar

I can’t google audio yet.
I’m making an online test with lots of languages. In this test I can ask people and google to get the answer.

asmonet's avatar

@julio: Seems like a ridiculously stupid idea if you yourself don’t speak any of the languages.

julio's avatar

sorry I wrote make… actually I’m having the test.

gailcalled's avatar

Actually, you are “taking” the test. It does seem an odd test, however. Three words of Romanian, several of French? In aid of what?

And I listened to several English translations of Romanian words. They were not very clear.

asmonet's avatar

@julio: So, essentially… you’re cheating? Boo. I’m done with you.

julio's avatar

I said I can ask people and Google. So I’m NOT cheating.
nobody knows a romenian to help me?

(yes. “taking” that’s the word :))

asmonet's avatar

I do know of one, I still think it’s cheating if you’re not doing the work. So nope, I’m gonna pretend I don’t know her.

asmonet's avatar

Besides, Fluther isn’t Google. :)

julio's avatar

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julio's avatar

Thanks all! I found the answers

gailcalled's avatar

@julio: What were the words before and after “portocaliu;” Romanian orange?

julio's avatar

was cheese

julio's avatar

cheese orange cautious

gailcalled's avatar

Are you sure about the cheese? After listening several times, I can be convinced of orange and cautious. What an odd combination of words. The first one sounded like “brrrr.”

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