pululante wrote:Hey, you know a lot of Spanish words!!!
It would be useful to have that common dictionary of words, as I hope many texts will have to be shared and translated among all Pirate Parties.
skyddet fÃ¶r den personliga integriteten---protection against intrusions on personal integrity
Mab wrote:A swedish online dictionary actually uses the following example after concluding that integritet translates to integrity:skyddet fÃ¶r den personliga integriteten---protection against intrusions on personal integrity
The case may be that privacy is actually a better word for what weÂ´re aiming at than the swedish concept of personlig integritet and that instead of seeing it as a flawed translation we should consider the possibility that itÂ´s a better interpretation of what we want to strengthen and that it is the swedish language that lacks a proper expression for our third pillar.
SM5POR wrote:I saw that this forum has a section labelled "Integrity" and described as meant for "big brother issues". According to The Concise Oxford Dictionary, "integrity" means either "moral uprightness; honesty" or "wholeness; soundness". These two meanings also apply to the corresponding Swedish word, "integritet".
pan Piotr Glownia wrote:In Polish I used word "nietykalnos'c' ", which means "intangible" and "unpalpable".
In meaning of "without blame" or of "honor without stain". If someone would touch you with glove, then it would leave a stain on you...
SM5POR wrote:I had intended to include Polish and a number of other languages in my poll, but it turned out I wasn't allowed to enter more than ten options...
gustafsd wrote:IÂ´ve raised the maximum number of polls to 20. Remember though that if you edit the poll the votes will still be in that category. So if you change other inte polish then everybody who has choosen other will be counted as polish..
SM5POR wrote:...Instead, you may want to add a field "native language" to the user profile, and then produce all sorts of statistics from the data volunteered by the users.
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