How do you say this in Japanese?

BojixFiST

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#1
Hi, I'm having some trouble finding the real translation to the words "Run It" in Japanese (yes I checked google). Is there anyone who knows what that translates to? Attached, I have a guess of what it translates into. Please let me know if it's correct or not.


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RubenZZZ

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#2
That is katakana. It is used to "sound out" foreign words in Japanese.

FWIW, i can read some japanese but dont always understand it. Took 2 years of beginer Japanese in college.


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BojixFiST

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#3
That is katakana. It is used to "sound out" foreign words in Japanese.

FWIW, i can read some japanese but dont always understand it. Took 2 years of beginer Japanese in college.


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Thanks the that info. Hopefully someone can get in here and let us know

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D1JL

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#4
I asked my wife as she is Japanese but at work.
She said that she needs to know how you are going to use this?
Please provide a sentence or praise.



Dave
 

OguNinja

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#5
I asked my wife as she is Japanese but at work.
She said that she needs to know how you are going to use this?
Please provide a sentence or praise.



Dave
I agree. I am Japanese, although not 100% fluent because America, but I tend to use a lot of "Janglish" instead of straight up Japanese.
Japanese is a more exact language than English, so how you want to use "run it" would dictate which word or slang to use.
 

BojixFiST

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#6
I asked my wife as she is Japanese but at work.
She said that she needs to know how you are going to use this?
Please provide a sentence or praise.



Dave
It's another term for "send it" or "race it" which are words that don't have that much context either

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D1JL

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#7
It's another term for "send it" or "race it" which are words that don't have that much context either

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Please just use it in an English sentence.
That will help her understand what you are tiring to say or how you want to say it.


Dave
 

BojixFiST

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#8
Please just use it in an English sentence.
That will help her understand what you are tiring to say or how you want to say it.


Dave
Hmmm... "I'm going to the race track and I'm going to run it" / "make the car run" another term could be "drive it" / "I'm just going to drive it"...Maybe ask if "drive it" can be translated?

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D1JL

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D1JL

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#11
Now this is getting complicated.
I have only been married for 46 years but I don't speak any Japanese as my wife speaks perfect engrish. LOL

As I said, she is at work but wont be home until 7:00 PM.
I will send you a PM later and then you can speak by phone.


Dave
 

BojixFiST

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#12
Another friend of mine says this would be the closest thing to "run it" even tho it makes no sense because there is no context


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D1JL

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#13
In my post above,
The top one means, "Run the car".
The bottom means, "Drive the car".



Dave
 
#14
I would use "hashiru" in regards to racing.
Some of my friends when I lived in Japan would say "ikimasu" meaning they were going out on the track.
They would say somethig like "Saatte, ikimasu" after taking a break.

I hope that helps.
 

RubenZZZ

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#15
Ikimasu sounds about right....

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BojixFiST

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#16
One last question. Does this translate correctly?


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RubenZZZ

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#17
I take it this is for a sticker design?

Use engrish:

PURE DRIVE Hashiriya Club (street racing club)



FWIW, im gonna start a club called "Highway Star". You can spell in english or Katakana.
 

BojixFiST

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#18
I take it this is for a sticker design?

Use engrish:

PURE DRIVE Hashiriya Club (street racing club)

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No I actually wanted to make a shirt. Something like this


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D1JL

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