Translations Royale

PropertyOfALadyPropertyOfALady Colders Federation Co-Founder
edited November 11 in Trivia & Games Posts: 2,888
This thread was brought to be by a short conversation in "I've never noticed this before". The goal of this is to translate non-English parts of the Bond films that aren't subtitled into English. This can be any language. French, German, Albanian, Dutch, Korean, Swedish, Elvish, or Klingon, it doesn't matter. If you can translate any lines, please do.

Thanks.

MASTER LIST:

DR. NO

During our introduction to Bond at the match of Bond vs. Trench at chemin de fer (French):

"Suivi."
"Follow."

"Carte."
"Card."

"Sept à la banque."
"Seven to the bank."

"Banco suivi."
"Bank follows."

"Huit à la banque."
Eight to the bank."

"Ç'est suivi."
"It's followed."

"Oui, madame. Changeur, s'il vous plait."
"Yes, madam. Changer, please."

"Neuf la banque."
"Nine to the bank."

"Pas possible, madame. Ce n'est pas légal."
"Not possible, madam. It's not legal."

"Ç'est suivi, monsieur."
"It follows, Mister."



FRWL: PTS (Spanish):
"¡Las luces! ¡Cada uno donde está!"
"Lights! Everyone stays where he is!"


GF:

"Guten Abend."
"Good evening."

(This same phrase also is in Casino Royale)

TB:

YOLT:

OHMSS:
Bond's room number (Portuguese):

"Quinhentos e cinquenta e seis."
"Five hundred and fifty six."

After Bond asks about Tracy's Mercury Cougar:

"Que bela!"
"How beautiful!"

At the casino where Bond meets Tracy (French):

"Dix mille á la banque."
"Ten thousand to the bank."

"Les jeux sont faits, monsieur."
"The chips are down, mister."

"Quatre mille á la banque."
"Four thousand to the bank."

Vingt mille
Twenty thousand

"La banque vingt mille."
"Bank twenty thousand."


"Vingt mille á la banque."
"Twenty thousand to the bank."

"Banco debout."
"Bank standing."

"Je regrette, mais c´est impossible."
"I'm sorry, but that's impossible."

"Merci."
"Thank you."

Guard when calling Blofeld (German):

"Der Engländer ist verschwunden."
"The Englishman is gone."

DAF:

LALD: Miss Caruso (Italian):

"Ma non è possibile, amore."
"But that's impossible, love."

Moneypenny (Italian):

"Bye James. Or should I say: ciao bello."
"Bye James. Or should I say: bye, handsome.”

Bond: “Siamo soli.”
Miss Caruso: ”Finalmente.”
”We are alone.”
“At last.”

TMWTGG:

TSWLM:

MR:

FYEO: The ski hill (Italian):

"Libero."
"Free."

"E tu dove hai il casco?"
"Where's your helmet?"

Bond:
"Guarda!"
"Look!"

Supervisor:
"Guardie, c'è un pazzo qua!"
"Guards, there's a crazy man in here!"

During the chase in Melina's Citroen (Spanish):

"Por favor, empujen!"
"Please, push!"

"¡Maricón!"
"Fagg*t!"

Bond to Columbo (Greek):
"γεια σου."
"To your health."

At the market

"παρακαλώ."
"You're welcome."


During the chase with Lopez (Spanish):

"Vamos, rápido. Vamos, rápido, que no se puede escapar. Lo tenemos ahora, cógelo."

"Come on, quickly" "Come on, quickly, he can't escape" "We got him now, take him"
During the chase on foot: "¡Por aquí!" "¡Por allí!"; finding Melina's victim: "¡No importa, sigue, sigue!"

"This way!" "That way!" "It doesn't matter, go on!"

When they are "opening" the Lotus we hear: "Detenedlo, está allí, a la izquierda."
"Stop him. He's there, on the left."

When the "Madrid" bus is stopped: "¿Qué pasa?" "What's happening?"

OP:

The loudspeaker voice at the "Karl-Marx-Stadt" railway station (German): "Der Sonderzug nach Feldstadt fährt in wenigen Minuten ab."
"The special train to Feldstadt will depart in a few minutes."

Through the speakers just after the gunbarrel and again with strong Cuban accent: "Su caballo ha sido el favorito en las más importantes competiciones. Don Piquillo tiene cinco años, tal y como dije, tiene muchas medallas ganadas en competiciones. Alvarado sufrió una caída el año pasado en las competiciones de Río de Janeiro, lo que no le permitió saltar para algunos meses. Pero, con todo esto, él sigue siendo el mejor..."

"His horse has been the favorite in the most important competitions. Don Piquillo is five years old, as I said, it has many medals won in competitions. Alvarado suffered a fall last year in competitions in Rio de Janeiro, which did not allow him to jump for a few months. But, with all this, he is still the best..."

When Bond enters the base: "Escuadrón, atención, al trote." "Apunten al objetivo."
"Squad, attention, trot." "Aim the target."

Greeting a soldier: "Coronel" "Continúa" "Colonel" "Continue..."

Captured: "Interrogación" "Sí, coronel. Métanlo al camión."
"Interrogation" "Yes, colonel. Put him on the truck."

On the truck: "Gracias, querida." "Thank you, darling."

A soldier through a mic: "¡El inglés se escapó!" "The English escaped!"
Then: "Apunten, fuego. " "Aim, fire" "¡Cierren la puerta!" "Close the door!"


AVTAK:

The chase in Paris (French):

"Sens unique, hé connard!"
"One way street, you dumb ass!"

TLD:

LTK:

GE:

Bond at the casino (French):

"- Bonsoir, Monsieur Bond. Très heureux de vous revoir.
- Bonsoir, Pierre. Ça va bien?
- Très bien. Et vous?"

"- Good evening, Mr. Bond. Very happy to see you again.
- Good evening, Pierre. Are you doing well?
-Very well, and you?"

"Sept à la banque."
"Seven to the bank."

"Bet, mademoiselle? Non?"
"Bet, madam? No?"

"Monsieur?"
"Mister?"

"Huit, pour la banque."
"Eight, for the bank."



Xenia whenever she's enjoying sex (Russian):

"Блядь." (Bljad)
"F...k.

TND:

TWINE:

Bond arrives at the airport to pick up the BMW (German):

"Ja, mein Büro hat ein Auto reserviert."
"Yes, my office has reserved a car."

Later outside Carver's party:

"Lass dich nicht verarschen!"
"Don't let her f..k with you" or "...take the piss out of you".

After the shooting in the Bilbao pts (Spanish): in the stairs: "Señor Lachaise, ¿está usted bien?" "Mr. Lachaise, are you all right?"

Knocking at the door: "¿Qué está pasando? Creo que son dos hombres. Se han oído disparos y una explosión. ¡Abran la puerta! ¡En el piso de arriba! ¡Policía! ¡Abran la puerta!" Entering: "¡Quieto ahí! ¡Levante las manos!"

"What's happening? I think there are two men. We've heard shots and an explosion. Open the door! It's upstairs! Police! Open the door!" "Stop you there! Raise your hands!"


DAD:

CR: Outside the Nambutu Embassy.
"Laissez tomber!
"Let it drop! (Bond's gun)"

During the foot chase with Mollaka (French):

"Qu'est ce-que vous faites?!"
"What are you doing?!"

On the train to Montenegro (Spanish):

"¿Quiere un pliego, señor?"
"Do you want the menu, sir?"

QoS:

Woman getting her basket of goods up the stairs (Italian):

“O mamma mia, che ho fatto?”
“Oh my goodness (literally: “Oh my mother”), what have I done?"

Checking in to the hotel (Spanish):

"Hola. Somos maestros en año sabático... y nos ganamos la lotería" (American Spanish again. In Spain we'd say "nos tocó la lotería").

"Hello. We are teachers in sabbatical year ... and we won the lottery!"

SF:

Moneypenny to Patrice (Turkish):
"Aşağı"
"Down!"

Silva's guard to his underlings (Serbian):

"Vodite ga u glavnu sobu."
"Take him to the main room."

SP:

Madeleine verbally takes notes on a previous patient (French):

"Suite aux analyses lundi, un diagnostique de stress post-traumatique a été établi. Un traitement médicamenteux est prescrit, accompagné de TCC. Et de séances de thérapie craniosacrale."

"Following Monday's analysis, a diagnosis of post-traumatic stress has been established. A medication treatment is prescribed, accompanied by CBT, and craniosacral therapy sessions."

Bond to Lucia (Italian):

"Buona fortuna, donna Lucia."
"Good fortune, Lady Lucia."

Just before throwing the explosive watch (Latin):

"Tempus fugit."
"Time flies."
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Comments

  • Posts: 319
    Any french lines you want to be translated?
  • RemingtonRemington I'll do anything for a woman with a knife.
    Posts: 879
    What does Bond say at the airport in TND?
  • 00Agent00Agent I drop in occasionally. Shoot in and out.
    edited October 21 Posts: 2,212
    Remington wrote: »
    What does Bond say at the airport in TND?
    Car rental employee:
    "Good day, can i help you?"

    Bond:
    "Ja, mein Büro hat ein Auto reserviert."
    "Yes, my office has reserved a car."
  • DarthDimiDarthDimi Behind you!
    Posts: 15,518
    I can't say I've ever heard any Dutch in a Bond film, not even in Amsterdam (DAF).
  • j_w_pepperj_w_pepper Hamburg, near the Atlantic Hotel
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    Two more German things that come to my mind immediately:

    In TND, when Bond hands the BMW over to the valet at Carver's headquarter and the computer voice starts bossing around, he tells the valet "Lass dich nicht verarschen!" That's rather colloquial, or even vulgar (the verb contains "Arsch" meaning arse), and means most closely "Don't let [her/it] f..k with you" or "...take the piss out of you".

    In OP, the loudspeaker voice at the "Karl-Marx-Stadt" railway station repeatedly announces, in a locally fitting Saxonian accent, "Der Sonderzug nach Feldstadt fährt in wenigen Minuten ab." This means, "The special train to Feldstadt will depart in a few minutes."
  • j_w_pepperj_w_pepper Hamburg, near the Atlantic Hotel
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    Another thing that also belongs here, although discussed before, is the scene at the Nambutu (or what the name was) embassy in CR, after the shootout. Many people think that the embassy official, after his security guards had cornered Bond, tells 007 "Listen to me" (for whatever reason). What he really says is the French "Laissez tomber!" ("Drop it!", or literally "let it fall", referring to Bond's gun).
  • PropertyOfALadyPropertyOfALady Colders Federation Co-Founder
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    Thank you. This'll make good information.
  • 00Agent00Agent I drop in occasionally. Shoot in and out.
    edited October 21 Posts: 2,212
    j_w_pepper wrote: »
    Another thing that also belongs here, although discussed before, is the scene at the Nambutu (or what the name was) embassy in CR, after the shootout. Many people think that the embassy official, after his security guards had cornered Bond, tells 007 "Listen to me" (for whatever reason). What he really says is the French "Laissez tomber!" ("Drop it!", or literally "let it fall", referring to Bond's gun).

    *mind blown*
    That scene always felt so weird to me, the way he says "listen to me" and then doesn't follow up with anything...
    I don't speak any french so i never made that connection.
    Thanks for clarifying that @j_w_pepper
  • j_w_pepperj_w_pepper Hamburg, near the Atlantic Hotel
    Posts: 2,780
    Da nich' für, @00Agent...

    @PropertyOfALady, you may also want to re-check this thread:

    https://mi6community.com/discussion/6007/james-bond-cunning-linguist/p1
  • Tokoloshe2Tokoloshe2 Limbo
    Posts: 187
    Film by film is probably the only way to do this thoroughly. Kudos for taking the project on!
  • RemingtonRemington I'll do anything for a woman with a knife.
    Posts: 879
    00Agent wrote: »
    Remington wrote: »
    What does Bond say at the airport in TND?
    Car rental employee:
    "Good day, can i help you?"

    Bond:
    "Ja, mein Büro hat ein Auto reserviert."
    "Yes, my office has reserved a car."

    Thank you.
  • PropertyOfALadyPropertyOfALady Colders Federation Co-Founder
    Posts: 2,888
    Any french lines you want to be translated?

    All of them! :D
  • mattjoesmattjoes Fidel Castrado
    Posts: 2,373
    Great idea for a thread.

    ---

    Quoting from another thread:
    mattjoes wrote: »
    - What does the man supervising the ski jump say in Italian in FYEO?
    Walecs wrote: »
    mattjoes wrote: »
    - What does the man supervising the ski jump say in Italian in FYEO?

    He says "Libero", which literally means "Free", as in the slide is free and the next skier may proceed.

    Then he asks Bond "E tu dove hai il casco?", which means "Where's your helmet?" and Bond answers "Guarda!" which means "Look!"

    He finally calls to his radio: "Guardie, c'è un pazzo qua!", which means "Guards, there's a fool in here!"

    ---

    A couple of translations of my own:

    - In FYEO, Bond says "por favor, empujen!" ("please, push!") when the villagers help him get the Citroën moving.

    - In Spectre, when Moreau asks Sr. Guerra if he'll make the journey to Altaussee, Guerra replies: "Of course. My loyalty to this organization is absolute. I'll protect it until my last breath. There will be no more amateurs. We won't see any more displays of weakness."

    ---

    I'd be interested to know what Renard says in the bunker shootout in TWINE.

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    j_w_pepper wrote: »
    Another thing that also belongs here, although discussed before, is the scene at the Nambutu (or what the name was) embassy in CR, after the shootout. Many people think that the embassy official, after his security guards had cornered Bond, tells 007 "Listen to me" (for whatever reason). What he really says is the French "Laissez tomber!" ("Drop it!", or literally "let it fall", referring to Bond's gun).

    That's nice to know. I've always heard that line as "listen to me" but I knew he wasn't saying that.
  • j_w_pepperj_w_pepper Hamburg, near the Atlantic Hotel
    Posts: 2,780
    mattjoes wrote: »
    That's nice to know. I've always heard that line as "listen to me" but I knew he wasn't saying that.
    Glad to help with enlightenment :-)
  • PropertyOfALadyPropertyOfALady Colders Federation Co-Founder
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    I think even the subtitles say "Listen to me." Very, very strange.
  • edited October 22 Posts: 319
    Any french lines you want to be translated?

    All of them! :D

    I don't know where they are, ah yes in CR (67) the french child song : "Frère Jacques, Frère Jacques, dormez-vous ? Dormez-vous ? Sonnez les matines, sonnez les matines, ding ding dong" -> "Brother Jacques, Brother Jacques, do you sleeping? Do you sleeping? Ring the matins, ring the matins, ding ding dong"
  • barryt007barryt007 Hunting Kara Milovy with a massive elephant gun.
    Posts: 16,226
    Any french lines you want to be translated?

    All of them! :D

    I don't know where they are, ah yes in CR (67) the french child song : "Frère Jacques, Frère Jacques, dormez-vous ? Dormez-vous ? Sonnez les matines, sonnez les matines, ding ding dong" -> "Brother Jacques, Brother Jacques, do you sleeping? Do you sleeping? Ring the matins, ring the matins, ding ding dong"

    Meh.
  • PropertyOfALadyPropertyOfALady Colders Federation Co-Founder
    Posts: 2,888
    What was that Turkish phrase Moneypenny says to Patrice? Someone on here figured it out but I can't find it.
  • PropertyOfALadyPropertyOfALady Colders Federation Co-Founder
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    I found the Turkish bit and put it in the list.

    Another new one here:

    Bond at the casino in GE (French):
    - Bonsoir, Monsieur Bond. Très heureux de vous revoir.
    - Bonsoir, Pierre. Ça va bien?
    - Très bien. Et vous?

    - Good evening, Mr. Bond. Very happy to see you again.
    - Good evening, Pierre. Are you doing well?
    -Very well, and you?
  • Posts: 3,272
    From AVTAK (the chase scene in Paris) :

    "Sens unique, hé connard !!!" "One way street, you dumbass !"
  • j_w_pepperj_w_pepper Hamburg, near the Atlantic Hotel
    Posts: 2,780
    I think even the subtitles say "Listen to me." Very, very strange.
    I tried to verify that, but my German-issue Blu-ray (with German, English and Turkish subtitles) doesn't show anything in that regard for the occasion, no matter which subtitle version. But trying to figure this out, I heard the guy speaking so often that I am absolutely, positively and definitely sure he really says "Laissez tomber" and nothing else.
  • barryt007barryt007 Hunting Kara Milovy with a massive elephant gun.
    Posts: 16,226
    Gerard wrote: »
    From AVTAK (the chase scene in Paris) :

    "Sens unique, hé connard !!!" "One way street, you dumbass !"

    Nice one @Gerard , I never knew that ,makes sense with the chaos that follows !
  • PropertyOfALadyPropertyOfALady Colders Federation Co-Founder
    Posts: 2,888
    Gerard wrote: »
    From AVTAK (the chase scene in Paris) :

    "Sens unique, hé connard !!!" "One way street, you dumbass !"

    Haha! Love it!
  • edited October 24 Posts: 319
    From Madeleine, with Love :

    Suite aux analyses lundi, un diagnostique de stress post-traumatique a été établi. Un traitement médicamenteux est prescrit, accompagné de TCC. Et de séances de thérapie craniosacrale.

    Following the monday's analyzes, a diagnosis of post-traumatic stress have been established. A medication treatment is prescribed, accompanied by CBT. And craniosacral therapy sessions.
  • j_w_pepperj_w_pepper Hamburg, near the Atlantic Hotel
    Posts: 2,780
    In FYEO, Bond raises his glass and says what sounds like "yassou". The original Greek would be γεια σου, a phrase meaning "to your health" and being sort of universally applicable as a greeting or goodbye (much like the Italian ciao), when someone sneezes (cf. German "Gesundheit"), or as in this case the equivalent of "cheers".
  • Tokoloshe2Tokoloshe2 Limbo
    Posts: 187
    Is this project going to be done film by film?
  • j_w_pepperj_w_pepper Hamburg, near the Atlantic Hotel
    Posts: 2,780
    I think we're more on a brainstorming spree...but PropertyOfALady is sorting the contributions by movie by updating the OP.
  • PropertyOfALadyPropertyOfALady Colders Federation Co-Founder
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    If someone wants to do it film by film, go ahead. But I am updating the OP, yes.
  • CommanderRossCommanderRoss The bottom of a pitch lake in Eastern Trinidad, place called La Brea
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    Very cool threat!

    I think Xenia screams Блядь (Bljad) when she's enjoying her 'good squeeze'. It's an expletive starting with F in the English language.
  • PropertyOfALadyPropertyOfALady Colders Federation Co-Founder
    edited October 30 Posts: 2,888
    I'd like to know what the Italian woman says on the stairs in QoS.

    Edit: I should like to ask if swearing is allowed on here. Like the full word?
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