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  1. Lanslark2
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    "In Limbo"

    Hello to All!
    How to translate "In limbo".
    For example: "Satelites in limbo"...


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    #2

    Re: "In Limbo"

    Hi, Lanslark,
    A wider context would help. In limbo means left unresolved or in an indefinite situation/position.
    Cheers


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    Re: "In Limbo"

    Wider context is a song of Vacuum band - I Breath. :)

    ... i breath clouds beneath my window
    i see rockets in the sky
    i fill satellites in limbo
    i breath oxygen up high...

    Thanks for help

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