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Determining English equivalents for words or phrases in other languages (that is, translation into English). We don't actually do translations: we can try and help you with your own translation. Please see the detailed tag info for guidance on what to ask.

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I thought of creative as well, through the parallel of "creative accounting". But you need a lot of context to get the joke, and originality/creativity is not as obviously a failing in politics as it …
answered Jul 19 '18 by Nick Nicholas
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One more: You tell me. Which has the benefit of coming close to the pragmatics of the Greek, which literally means "Come on, already!" The "already" (the originally Turkish particle de) expr …
answered Jul 19 '18 by Nick Nicholas
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This isn't a wonderful fit, but chit-chat is the expression that comes to mind: https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/chit-chat informal conversation about matters that are not im …
answered Jul 20 '18 by Nick Nicholas