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日獨医報

English translation: Nichidoku Medical Reports / Japanese-German Medical Reports

04:49 May 27, 2010
Japanese to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law: Patents, Trademarks, Copyright / Medical diagnostics
Japanese term or phrase: 日獨医報
What does this stand for?
Shobhana Chandu
Local time: 18:53
English translation:Nichidoku Medical Reports / Japanese-German Medical Reports
Explanation:
It's just a name of a journal.
"Nichidoku(日獨)" is the name,
"I(医)" is "medicine",
and "Hou(報)" is "report" or "journal".

Also, "Nichi(日)" stands for "Japan" as you know,
and "Doku (獨 is an old character for 独)" stands for "Germany".

So, it can be put as "Japanese-German Medical Journal" as well.

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Note added at 54 mins (2010-05-27 05:43:28 GMT)
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I've just looked up an English translation for "Japanisch-Deutsche Medizinisch Beriche", and it's apparently "Japanese-German Medical Reports".
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gamemov
Australia
Local time: 23:23
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Thank you. I found your research most useful.
Rgds
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Nichidoku Medical Reports / Japanese-German Medical Reports


Explanation:
It's just a name of a journal.
"Nichidoku(日獨)" is the name,
"I(医)" is "medicine",
and "Hou(報)" is "report" or "journal".

Also, "Nichi(日)" stands for "Japan" as you know,
and "Doku (獨 is an old character for 独)" stands for "Germany".

So, it can be put as "Japanese-German Medical Journal" as well.

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Note added at 54 mins (2010-05-27 05:43:28 GMT)
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I've just looked up an English translation for "Japanisch-Deutsche Medizinisch Beriche", and it's apparently "Japanese-German Medical Reports".


    Reference: http://www32.ocn.ne.jp/~jizaiya/list/science/J-D.html
gamemov
Australia
Local time: 23:23
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in JapaneseJapanese
PRO pts in category: 4
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Thank you. I found your research most useful.
Rgds
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