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    translations

    Hello again,

    I am looking for a possibly short phrase in formal language defining translation from a native language to a foreign one and from a foreign language to a native one. May I name it "two-way translations" or rather "bilingual translations"?

    Please advise.

    Ewelina

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    #2

    Re: translations

    You could use vice versa:
    http://www.langlance.com/

  2. #3

    Re: translations

    Certainly, the phrase translations from French to English and vice versa would work perfectly, but I don't want to specify the languages.

    What do you have against bilingual translations? The two words don't work together in English?

    Thanks, Ewelina

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    Re: translations

    Bilingual- doesn't imply two-way to me, so I'd use two-way.

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