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Topic: inspissate
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Thank you very much for the word. I didn't know it. English is a wonderful language because it is very rich and you can discover each day new words, new idioms
Topic: affixed a deliberate smile on his face.
Posted: Wednesday, May 28, 2014 3:01:50 AM
Ciao a tutti. Mi potete per favore suggerire come tradurre questa frase: Nonchalant, Lokesh affixed a deliberate smile on his face. Io credo che in questo caso sia sbagliato tradurre letteralmente. Quindi direi soltanto: "Incurante, Lokesh sorrise deliberatamente". E' una frase tratta dal primo capitolo di un libro: Tiger's course in cui un principe indiano viene rapito dal suocero, raja di un regno confinante, dalla sua fidanzata e da suo fratello. Qui c'è il contesto: "The prisoner spoke first, struggling to keep the betrayal out of his

voice, “Why have you—my soon-to-be-father—treated me with such . . .
inhospitality?” Nonchalant, Lokesh affixed a deliberate smile on his face. “My dear prince, you
have something I desire.”

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