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Topic: 3D and 4D Glasses
Posted: Monday, August 3, 2020 7:18:26 PM
A piece of 2D glass is just a flat sheet. 2.5D glass adds round bevels to the glass edges, allowing better blending with the device case. 3D glass allows bending into curves at the screen edges. I haven't heard of 4D. But if let me extrapolate, I say it allows more complex shapes, maybe something like a U-shape. Another possibility for 4D is flexible glass for folding phones, as it changes over time.
Topic: Can you help translate this Chinese scroll?
Posted: Wednesday, February 12, 2020 1:10:58 PM
I went to Google Translate and set the input method to Handwrite. Then, I drew the text in the input area using mouse. Here is the result:

隆->Business and Long

Might be: Long live and be prosperous to your business.
Topic: Chinese mark on a teapot
Posted: Wednesday, February 12, 2020 1:05:39 PM
Signature of the person or company that made it. Possibly "Finely manufactured by (some name)".
Topic: Signature translation
Posted: Wednesday, February 12, 2020 1:02:13 PM
I went to Google translate and set the input method to Handwrite. Then, it's possible to draw the text using a mouse. Here is the result:

唐->Li Tang
Topic: Need translation help for ongoing conversion. Topic is forex market.
Posted: Wednesday, February 12, 2020 12:47:46 PM
Just an attempt to earn some neurons, not entirely sure:

Suppose I sell the stocks through human operations, will the computer program automatically buy in other stocks to make it even?
Topic: Chinese text on vintage silver ring
Posted: Tuesday, January 29, 2019 12:51:41 PM
Google translates it as: Silverd'oh!
Topic: What does "mimi" mean in Chinese??
Posted: Friday, January 25, 2019 3:02:26 PM
also I came up with two more possible interpretations for mimi:
1. meme, which should be apparent;
2. a small cat. I know that a lot of animals are named after the sounds they make in Chinese. So, a cow should be something like moo, a dog grrr, a chicken chirp, a cat meow, and a small cat mimi. Whether your website name will be interpreted as "pussy cars", I'm not sure. A possibility to be aware of at least.
Topic: What does "mimi" mean in Chinese??
Posted: Friday, January 25, 2019 2:14:59 PM
each person will have his/her own interpretation. I would definitely read it as "mini cars". But I don't think I can represent your intended audience, whose reactions may only be determined by a survey. To be honest, a survey result may not be trusted either. I remember AT&T rolled out a service called ISIS a couple of years ago, which I think was something similar to Apple Pay. My interpretation to ISIS then was the Egyptian goddess. But they had to completely scrub all campaigns for the band name because of what we all later knew happened in Syria and Iraq. So, you can never be sure.
Topic: Translation help
Posted: Thursday, January 24, 2019 3:08:44 PM
A: I miss you!
B: How come? You just saw me yesterday.
Topic: What does "mimi" mean in Chinese??
Posted: Wednesday, January 23, 2019 2:43:27 PM
the problem of the Chinese language is that word meanings are closely associated with the writings (think about hieroglyphs), but the written language is not a form of record of pronunciations. In other words, the pronunciation of a Chinese word has little association with its actual meaning. Apparently, whatever "mimi" means in Chinese, it is not written in Latin alphabet. Without the Chinese writing or context, there is usually no way to tell its actual meaning. One may wonder, doesn't that make it a very confusing language? The answer is perhaps yes. I think most TV programs in China have subtitles in Chinese, which might be a good demonstration of the problem. On the bright side, there should be many more puns for people to joke about than other languages. For example, I could say the word "mimi", which means both breasts and secrets.
I came up with a fun example: Victoria's mimi, well protected.