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  1. jordirib
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    do or make

    Hello,
    I would like to know if you say DO A TRANSLATION or MAKE A TRANSLATION. Thanks
    jordirib

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    Re: do or make

    I would use "DO A TRANSLATION", or even better, just use "TRANSLATE".

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