There's no need to do interwiki's manually, User:Interwicket will do them for you (though you can if you want, it's sort of a waste of time). If you want to help with Japanese, I suggest looking at Category:Requests (Japanese). Which lists some things that need doing. Conrad.Irwin 13:29, 15 November 2009 (UTC)
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Our current practice is to classify things like "背信する" as verbs on their own, even if they are otherwise sum-of-parts (i.e. understandable as "背信" + "する"). If you want to dispute that, raise it at WT:BP. Our current Japanese editors seem to support it, though. Keφr 07:37, 22 March 2014 (UTC)
- It might be too late by now, but I'll go ahead and post anyway.
- スレッドで返事した通り、Wiktionaryではほかの辞書に載っているか、載っていないかは別として、むしろ出版された資料で実際にどう使っているかは私たちの原則です。 をご覧になれば、いろいろな著者が「背信する」という単語を使ってることが判明します。Keφrさんが
- If you look at 背信する (haishin suru). As Keφr replied in the thread, at Wiktionary, we don't look at whether other dictionaries include a term, and instead our basic principle is how a term is actually used in published materials. , it will be clear that various authors are using the term
- よろしくお願いします。 Yoroshiku onegai shimasu → Cheers. ‑‑ Eiríkr Útlendi │ Tala við mig 18:39, 31 March 2014 (UTC)