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|Duffie||Monday 03rd of January 2005 09:50:54 AM|
|English to Any Language - Can you translate "All Done" for me? used in like, "I'm all done!" but could be said alone?
Any language would be excellent. Thanks so much!
|tinkerb||Monday 03rd of January 2005 12:17:07 PM|
I would use "listo/lista/listos/listas" in Spanish class.
Indonesian could also be "sudah" which means already but could be "all done" in the right contexts.
|Anya||Tuesday 04th of January 2005 01:25:46 PM|
| - In Russian (context dependent)
Закончено - (finished)
Сделано - (completed, made)
Доделано - (brought to completion)
"I'm done" (m)
|rbruma||Wednesday 05th of January 2005 03:08:58 PM|
|In Romanian... - ... it's "gata" (meaning closer to German "fertig").|
|carla canivete||Thursday 06th of January 2005 07:06:56 PM|
|Portuguese - In portuguese you can say:
acabei (I'm all done)
estou pronto (I'm ready)
|trish||Saturday 08th of January 2005 02:35:05 PM|
|Chinese - yuan(2) man(3) jie(2) shu(4)---means all round up and finisto!
wan(2) le(0)-- finish, can be positive (completion) or negative (a dead situation).
jie(2) ju(4)-- the state in which something ends, end result, outcome etc
hao(3) le(4) -- means OK , its done -- eg. chi(1) hao(3) yi(2) dun(4) mei(3) can(1)-- means a dilicious meal has been consumed.
|Jadokesa||Tuesday 11th of January 2005 02:38:39 AM|
| - Swedish: Depends on context. Klar or färdig, usually.
"Jag är klar" or "Jag är färdig" = I'm done
|[dark]||Tuesday 11th of January 2005 07:04:27 AM|
|Translation - "All done" can be translated as just "Klaar" or "Gedaan" in Dutch
"Gereed" can also be used but that's more like Belgian-Dutch, Dutch speaking people from The Netherlands aren't used to that I think.
If you want to say "I'm all done" in Dutch you can say "Ik ben klaar", "Ik heb gedaan", or "Ik ben gereed" which is again a little more Belgian-Dutch
|laimucka||Friday 14th of January 2005 06:46:31 PM|
|Lithuanian - Baigta! - it is finished;
Padaryta! - it is done.
"A baigiau." or "Baigiau." - I have finished.
"Jau padariau." - I have already done.
|makosteszta||Monday 17th of January 2005 04:09:14 PM|
| - In Hungarian it's 'Kész'....|
|Timbos||Wednesday 26th of January 2005 10:15:50 PM|
|German and French - German: you'd probably say 'Fertig' (lit.: finished)
French: similarly, you could probably say 'Fini' (again, 'finished')
|kea||Thursday 10th of February 2005 12:26:16 AM|
|in Estonian - done - valmis|
|mmaxwell||Thursday 10th of February 2005 09:37:07 AM|
| - In Serbian it would be:
Zavreno (pronaunced Zah-Vrr-sheh-noh)
|vlad777||Tuesday 01st of March 2005 05:21:46 PM|
| - in spanish:
|chinita96||Monday 21st of March 2005 01:51:03 AM|
|Irish - déanta = done, completed
Tá sé déanta = It is done
|Ian D||Monday 21st of March 2005 07:14:41 AM|
|Done/Finished - You can also use Críochnaithe (Finished)
Tá mé críochnaithe
(I am finished/completed)
|khaan11||Friday 08th of April 2005 12:56:58 AM|
|Urdu - ختم
If you haven't Urdu / Arabic support it is Khatam
|hamid18||Saturday 23rd of April 2005 11:19:58 AM|
| - انا مفعول ana maf'ol. "i am done"|
|royaletulip||Friday 06th of May 2005 10:14:02 AM|
| - im done
|Psyche||Saturday 07th of May 2005 02:53:15 PM|
| - In Norwegian:
Jeg er ferdig! (I`m done!)
|dawn lorraine||Thursday 19th of May 2005 09:30:23 AM|
| - In tagalog... all done - tapos na|
|aaluanda||Monday 30th of May 2005 05:21:12 AM|
|All done! - "All done" = "Xong" in Vietnamese.
"I'm all done" = "Tôi xong rồi" or "Tôi đã sẵn sàng"
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