tomorrow we need a tsuren...

Carlos-Z

What does tsuren mean? I am right now translating for a technical job some Japanese people are doing here, and I think it means something like a load lifter or something?? "tomorrow, to do the job, we need thinner, a tsuren, clamps and other tools..."

Pascal-P

What kanji are the word written with?

Carlos-Z

Sh...! it turns out he wanted a crane!! ha! Tks Pascal P, for the reply, though! I could hardly sleep thinking about it...and it was just Japanglish!!

Miss-P

I've found in Google translate that つれん means to take but crane is クレーン.

Carlos-Z

Yep! no problem. It was just that because of the noise (in front of a working machine), I heard tsuren, but he did actually say クレーン. Problem solved!

Miss-P

I'm glad to hear that the problem has been solved. よかった

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