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    Help!

    can you translate this? I think the fours might be d's???

    4e to ne connectiza. U teba tel 4astotu obrivov ne menal.

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    Re: Help!

    Quote Originally Posted by gorpmonger
    4e to ne connectiza. U teba tel 4astotu obrivov ne menal.
    In cyrillic
    Чё-то не коннектица. У тебя тел частоту обрывов не менял.

    Possibly should be read:
    Что-то не коннектится. У тебя телефон частоту обрывов не менял.
    It cannot connect. Your telephone (dialup client) did not you change disconnection frequency.

    Or

    Что-то не коннектится. У тебя телефон, частоту обрывов не менял?
    It cannot connect. You are on dialup (telephone), did you change (tune up) disconnection frequency?

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    It doesn't connect for some reason, did your phone's disconnection frequency change?
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    Do people typically use (colloquially of course) "4"s for ч !?!??!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Бармалей
    Do people typically use (colloquially of course) "4"s for ч !?!??!
    Ага. 4o tbI TAM /7uCAJl HA KAKOM-TO HE/7OH9lTHOM HAPE4uu== чо ты там писал на каком то непонятном наречии.

    It's all written in latin characters, used by many teens who aren't able to type cyrillic in their videogames.
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    -- Нет, Я кот Васька :-/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Бармалей
    Do people typically use (colloquially of course) "4"s for ч !?!??!
    They look alike (especially when written by hand) so this substitution came from SMS on celluar phones (earlier models didn't support cyrillic) So, when you're transliterating into latin, you need to enter two letters for Ч - ch.
    To save time they used 4 instead.

    It's for the same reasons people use in English:
    4 = for
    2 = to
    CUL8R = see you later

    ICQ BTW = I seek you.
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    ''Cellular phones'' looks a bit strange to me. I always see ''cell phones''.
    «И всё, что сейчас происходит внутре — тоже является частью вселенной».

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rtyom
    ''Cellular phones'' looks a bit strange to me. I always see ''cell phones''.
    В анкетах пишут celluar phone, сколько раз заполнял. Хотя, это может быть несколько официально.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramil
    Quote Originally Posted by Rtyom
    ''Cellular phones'' looks a bit strange to me. I always see ''cell phones''.
    В анкетах пишут celluar phone, сколько раз заполнял. Хотя, это может быть несколько официально.
    Да, скорее всего, "cell" разговорно.
    «И всё, что сейчас происходит внутре — тоже является частью вселенной».

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    If you put a russian phrase into altavista you will get several 4's in the english translation. I assumed it was a matter of the russian number 4 being the same as some other word, but I don't know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Layne
    If you put a russian phrase into altavista you will get several 4's in the english translation. I assumed it was a matter of the russian number 4 being the same as some other word, but I don't know.
    O RLY?!? I tried it and I got a perfectly acceptable translation...odd...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rtyom
    Quote Originally Posted by Ramil
    Quote Originally Posted by Rtyom
    ''Cellular phones'' looks a bit strange to me. I always see ''cell phones''.
    В анкетах пишут celluar phone, сколько раз заполнял. Хотя, это может быть несколько официально.
    Да, скорее всего, "cell" разговорно.
    In BrEng we say Mobile Phone, or just Mobile. This is where Russians get their Мобильный телефон from.

    Cell phone is American.
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    I like when people say 'what's your cell number?'. It makes it sound like you're in prison.

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    Здесь люди, в разговорной речи, обычно используют слово "phone" в смысле и телефона, и мобильника.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TATY
    Quote Originally Posted by Rtyom
    Quote Originally Posted by Ramil
    Quote Originally Posted by Rtyom
    ''Cellular phones'' looks a bit strange to me. I always see ''cell phones''.
    В анкетах пишут celluar phone, сколько раз заполнял. Хотя, это может быть несколько официально.
    Да, скорее всего, "cell" разговорно.
    In BrEng we say Mobile Phone, or just Mobile. This is where Russians get their Мобильный телефон from.

    Cell phone is American.
    I thought that:
    cell phone = сотовый телефон
    mobile phone = мобильный телефон.

    Cell phone may be either mobile or stationary.
    Mobile phone may be either cellular or satellite or even Wi-Fi or smth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by basurero
    Здесь люди_ в разговорной речи_ обычно используют слово "phone" и для обычного телефона, и для мобильника.
    Здесь - это где?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Оля
    Quote Originally Posted by basurero
    Здесь люди_ в разговорной речи_ обычно используют слово "phone" и для обычного телефона, и для мобильника.
    Здесь - это где?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vadim84
    Что-то мне подсказывает, что в Новой Зеландии
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramil
    Quote Originally Posted by TATY
    In BrEng we say Mobile Phone, or just Mobile. This is where Russians get their Мобильный телефон from.

    Cell phone is American.
    I thought that:
    cell phone = сотовый телефон
    mobile phone = мобильный телефон.

    Cell phone may be either mobile or stationary.
    Mobile phone may be either cellular or satellite or even Wi-Fi or smth.
    Nope, TATY is right. Here in the USA we always use "cell phone", along with "satellite phone" and "cordless phone" depending on what type of phone. we never use "mobile phone".
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    Quote Originally Posted by kalinka_vinnie
    Nope, TATY is right. Here in the USA we always use "cell phone", along with "satellite phone" and "cordless phone" depending on what type of phone. we never use "mobile phone".
    Eh. Not really. Official use is still "mobile." The providers use this, that's what address books use, etc. And one of the major providers is called T-Mobile. Most people do use "cell" though in day-to-day use. But if you say mobile phone, every one knows what you mean -- it's not an unsual word in the US or anything. And to clarify -- a cordless phone (afaik) NEVER refers to a cell/mobile. It's always a landline -- you have the base station in your house, and you can walk around the house with the receiver.
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