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comment What is the proper English term for polycopié (de cours)?
I accepted Drew's answer because it was more closely related to my original intent, but I learned more from yours. In particular, it gives excellent vocabulary for translating the related Portuguese term sebenta, which is often translated as notebook (incorrectly in my opinion).
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accepted What is the proper English term for polycopié (de cours)?
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asked What is the proper English term for polycopié (de cours)?
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comment Qualification title for French “diplôme d'ingénieur”
If I'm particularly interested about its usage in the UK, should I add it to the question then?
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asked Qualification title for French “diplôme d'ingénieur”
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comment Can 'filtered' be ambiguous?
I liked your suggestions and they might come in handy, but @TrevorD's formulations seem more concise and by avoiding using "filtered" at all, they steer clear of the issue. I do think "not filtered out" is a nice solution as well.
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comment Can 'filtered' be ambiguous?
Thanks for the suggestions. Indeed "filtered in" seems quite strange, perhaps "filtered through" at best, but avoiding "filtered" at all seems to be a more reasonable solution.
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accepted Can 'filtered' be ambiguous?
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revised “In case of cancel”… lation?
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comment “In case of cancel”… lation?
You're right, I mistakenly considered too many bad quality sources, instead of trying to search for books... thanks for the tip, I'll consider it in the future.
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revised “In case of cancel”… lation?
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asked English translation for the different parts of a course as found in French schools/universities