what are the translations for "with that said","having said that"?

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  • #37016


    Yusupjan
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    what are the translations for “with that said”,”having said that”?
    Thank you

  • #37018


    Deniz
    Participant

    Selam,

    Can you tell me the context of it please ? What do you want to say ?
    It sucks because I cannot help you as I would like to …

    I can only say that you must use the verb ” diyish ” to form your phrase ; so can it be ” demek ? ”

    I’m really confused :/

  • #37042


    Arislan
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    I think you can use,

    shundaq bolsimu

    or

    shuning özidimu.

  • #37063


    Arislan
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    In the translation I gave above I didn’t give any supporting arguments, so here they are.

    According to <link “http://learnersdictionary.com/qa/Having-said-that-or-That-said”>this definition</link>

    “Having said that” or “That said” is a transitional phrase which signals that one is going to say something which will contrast or disagree with what he said a moment ago.

    Hope if you understand Uyghur, you don’t need further arguments of why I chose shundaq bolsimu/shuning özidimu as the appropriate translation of the phrases.

    • This reply was modified 12 months ago by  Arislan.
    • This reply was modified 12 months ago by  Arislan.
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    Arislan
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    In the translation I gave above I didn’t give any supporting arguments, so here they are.

    According to this definition:

    “Having said that” or “That said” is a transitional phrase which signals that one is going to say something which will contrast or disagree with what he said a moment ago.

    Hope, if you understand Uyghur, you don’t need further arguments of why I chose shundaq bolsimu/shuning özidimu as the appropriate translation of the phrases.

    • This reply was modified 12 months ago by  Arislan.
    • This reply was modified 12 months ago by  Arislan.
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