"Stand out of my light"

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Re: "Stand out of my light"

Post by Iyionaku » 10 Oct 2017 06:39

GrandPiano wrote: If you're OK wih an English/Chinese dictionary, would recommend MDBG and LINE Dictionary. MDBG is very comprehensive but has no example sentences, while LINE Dictionary isn't quite as comprehensive but has lots of example sentences. LINE Dictionary is also good for finding the right Chinese word to use, since it returns appropriate results for English searches and usually elaborates a little on the differences between different results. If you have an iOS or Android device, I would also recommend Pleco, which is comprehensive and has example sentences.
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Re: "Stand out of my light"

Post by Reyzadren » 14 Oct 2017 01:03

:con: griuskant (without the conscript)

aeidar ga aeksae juig.
/'eidar ga 'eske 'dʒuig/
out-V-IMP from 1SG-POSS light
Exit out from my light

Context: You are shining a beam of light (photography, X-ray, choreography) and you want someone to get out of the light.
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Re: "Stand out of my light"

Post by Parlox » 15 Oct 2017 04:33

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Dw saufyll alwan in chollau
be.AFF.1ST.PRES.SING stand out 1ST.SING light
Stand out of my light
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Re: "Stand out of my light"

Post by TallaFerroXIV » 20 Oct 2017 21:53

:con: Old Laikan

Here are both a gruff and more formal forms:

Śrāṣto ətś urretsawe!
[ɕɾɑ:.s̺to tɕ‿ur.re.tsa.we]
śrāṣ-∅-to ətś urret-äwe
pull-IMP-2.ACC.SG PREP.away_from sun_light-DAT.SG
Get yourself out of (my) light!

Ë məxramil pə hwān kyaletsayəyir?
[ɨ mə.xɾa.mil pə ʍɑ:n kʲa.le.tsa.jə.jir]
ë məxra-mil pə hwān kyal-etsayəyir
INTER small-bit PREP.from sun.GEN.SG move-3.SG.PRS.INCH.SUBJ
Could you be getting a small bit away from the sun?

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Re: "Stand out of my light"

Post by Threr » 22 Oct 2017 13:03

:con: Deyryck

ikéd:har sôzmoyké
1SG-COMP(star+light) OPP-hide(INJ)
Litt : Unhide my starlight.

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Re: "Stand out of my light"

Post by Imralu » 22 Oct 2017 23:23

The way I would say this in :tan: Swahili is:

Acha kunifunikia mwanga.
ach-a ku-ni-funik-i-a mwanga
stop/leave-Ø INF-1s-cover-APPL-Ø light(3)

Stop blocking my light!

... no idea how idiomatic that is.
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