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Could you help me translate it into all the languages you know? (3 words only!)

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It looks like everyone pretty much covered most languages, but this sounds like an interesting project you have going on. Now I'm racking my brain to figure out how "Lies and Slander!" fit into a birthday present. An inside joke, perhaps?

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Slander can also be called "paninirang-puri", right? So it can also be translated as "kasinungalingan at paninirang-puri".

Yeah, 'paninirang-puri' sounds better.

But I have another and here it is.

Filipino : mga kasinungalingan at paninirang-puri

Having in mind that the word 'lies' is in plural form. 

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Well here are some of the translations (Sorry for the fact that i don't know alot of languages...)

English (Mother Tounge/Native Language): Lies and Slander!

French: Mensonges et de calomnies!

Chinese: (Simplified) 谎言和诽谤!Huǎngyán hé fěibàng! / (Traditional) 謊言和誹謗!Huǎngyán hé fěibàng!

Japanese: 嘘と中傷! Uso to chūshō!

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Bengali: mitthe aar bodnaam

I don't know if "bodnaam" has the exact same meaning as "slander" but I think they're both pretty close/have the same connotation.

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Serbian: лажи и клевета

I know i am a bit late for this discussion; nevertheless, at least you can see these two words in a rather different language, a Slavic one. They are written in our native later, called Cirilic. In Latin, however, they would be: laži i kleveta

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Hey!

I speak Finnish (Finland's native language) and "Lies and Slander" would translate as:

Lies = Valheita

and = ja

slander = panettelua

 

"Valheita ja panettelua"

:)

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Serbian : Laži i kleveta

Croatian : laži i kleveta

Bosnian : Laži i kleveta

Montenegrian : Laži i kleveta

Macedonian : Lagi i kleveta

Bulgarian : лъжи и  клевета

Maltese : Gidba u kalunnja

Hungarian : Hazugságok es ragalom

 

So i consulted with my Maltese and Hungarian friends and they told me this is OK. I would really like to know more about the surprise :) I hope it will be fun.

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Czech: lži a pomluvy

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Slovenian: Laži in klevete

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I don't think it matters one year later, but for the fun of it, in Romanian it's: minciuni și calomnii 

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Spanish: Mentiras y calumnias.

Portuguese : Mentiras e calúnias.

That's all I can do with this little information, I'm not sure if "lies and slander!" is just a regular sentence or is more intended as an expression.

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The words were already translated to Filipino so I might as well translate them to a local dialect I know of which is also one of the many spoken dialects in the Philippines. In the Ilocano dialect, spoken by people mostly from the Northern part of the my country "Lies and Slander" means "Panang-ulbod ken Panang-dadael".

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In English:  Lies and slander

 

In mayn mame loshn Yiddish:  Lign un rekhiles!

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Hindi: झूठ और बदनाम! 

German: Lügen und Beleidigungen! 

Italian: Menzogne e calunnie! 

Indonesian: Kebohongan dan fitnah! 

 

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Lies and Slander

Filipino > Kasinungalingan at Paninira

Ilocano (minor Filipino language) > Panagulbud ken Panangpadakes

Japanese > うそと中傷 (Uso to Chūshō )

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