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Overwatch quotes in translated from Arabic, Korean, Japanese, Chinese, French, German, Russian into English

August 16, 2016

Ana (Egyptian Arabic translated to English):
” وريهم أوتك ” (warreehom ow-wetak) : Show them your power
” العدالة نازلة من فوق ” (el adala nazla men fooa) : Justice rains from above
” أنا هاخد بالي منك ” (Ana hakhod bali mennak) : I’ll take care of you
” ده هيفيدك ” (dah hayfeedak) : This will help you
” إتعلم من الألم ” (etaalim min el alam) : Learn from the pain
” Bed time حبيبي ” (bed time, habibi) : Bed time, darling
” في الامتحان، يكرم المرؤ أو يهان ” (fel-imtihan yokramo al mar’o aw yohaan) : In a test, one is either honored or dishonored (Egyptian proverb)
” التكرار يعلم الشطار ” (attekraar yo’alem ashotar) : Repeating teaches the best / practice makes perfect (proverb)
” إسمع كلام الأكبر منك ” (esma kalaam el-akbar mennak) : Listen to those who are older than you / Listen to your elders
” خلصنا على الهدف ” (khalasna ala el hadaf) : Target neutralized
” أهلا ” (ahlan) : Hello
” عامل إيه ؟” (amil eh?) : How are you?
” إزّيك ” (ezzayyak) : How are you?
” شكرا ” (shokran) : Thank you
” متشكرة ” (metshakera) : Thank you
” جاري التنفيذ ” (gary al tanfeez) : Working on it
” علم و ينفذ ” (olim wa yonafaz) : Acknowledged

D.VA (Korean to English translation):
“게임시작” (geim si-jag!) – Game start!
“게임을 하면 이겨야지” (geim-eul hamyeon igyeoyaji) – If you play a game, you have to win
“APM좀 올려볼까!” (APM jom ollyo bolkka!) – Time to raise my APM!
“비상탈출” (bisang talchul) – Emergency escape
“짜증나 ” (jja jeung na) – That’s annoying
“안녕!” (annyeong!) – Hi!
“하! 이건 사기야!” (igeon sagiya!) – This is unreal / overpowered!
“다시 한번 해보자고!” (dashi hanbeon haebojago) – Let’s try that one more time
“다시 완벽하게 작동한다!” (dashi wanbyeokhage jakdonghanda!) – Operating perfectly again!
“아파!” (apa!) – It hurts!
“꺼져!” (ggeo-jyeo) – Turn off! / Fuck off!
“감사!” (gam Sa!) – Thanks!

Genji (Japanese to English translation):
“おす” (osu) – Greetings
“始め!” (hajime!) – Start!
“身を捨てても、名利は捨てず” (mi o sutete mo, myōri wa sutezu) – Even if I sacrifice my body, I will never sacrifice my honor (an ancient quote by famous swordsman Musashi Miyamoto)
“我が魂は均衡を求める” (waga tamashī wa kinkō o motomeru) – My soul seeks balance
“竜神の剣を喰らえ” (ryūjin no ken o kurae) – Taste the blade of the Dragon God
“水のように流れ” (mizu no yō ni nagare) – Flow like the water
“俺は風だ!” (ore wa kaze da) – I am the wind!
“燃えつけるかな” (moetsukeru kana) – I guess I’m on fire
“まだまだ” (mada mada) – Not good enough
“覚悟” (kakugo) – Prepare (to die)
“いざ尋常に勝負” (iza jinjō ni shōbu) – Let’s have a good match
“かまいたち” (kamai-tachi) – Whirlwind cut (this references a weasel-like apparition that carries a sharp sickle and rides on a dust devil )
“くそ” (kuso) – Damn / shit
“あほが” (aho ka) – Idiot / fool
“上等だ!” (joutou da) – Bring it on
“その程度か” (sono teido ka) – Is this the best you can do?
“我が魂は まだ燃えておる” (waga tamashī wa mada moete oru) – My soul is still burning
“防衛戦願おう” (bōei-sen negaou) – Let us hope for a different outcome
“我が心明鏡止水” (waga kokoro meikyōshisui) – My mind as bright and clean as the clear mirror of perfectly still water

Hanzo (Japanese, Phonetic spelling, and English translation):
“竜が我が敵を食らう” (ryuu ga waga teki wo kurau) – Dragon, consume my enemies
“狼よ我が敵を喰らえ” (Ōkami yo waga teki wo kurae) – Wolf, consume my enemies! (while wearing the legendary skin)

Mei (Chinese to English translation):
“这个世界值得我们奋战!” (zhè ge shè jiè zhí de wǒ men fèn zhàn) – This world is worth fighting for!
“冻住,不许走!” (dòng zhù, bù xu zǒu!) – Freeze, don’t move
“这样可以挡住他们” (zhè yàng kě yǐ dǎng zhù tā men) – This way they will be blocked
“冰墙,升起来吧!” (bīng qiáng, shēng qǐ lái bā!) – Rise, ice wall!
“”有本事,就過來!” (Yǒu běnshì, jiù guòlái) – If you’ve got the guts, come get me!
“瞧瞧这个” (qiáo qiáo zhè ge) – Check this out!
“嘿嘿来啦” (Hei hei lái la!) – Hey hey! I’m coming
“嚐嚐這個!” (Cháng cháng zhège) – Taste this!
“等等,别过来!” (děngděng! bié guòlai!) – Wait! Don’t come here!
“欺负人” (qīfu rén) – Why so mean? (literally: bully people)
“你好” (ni hao) – Hello
“谢谢” (xièxiè) – Thanks
“嘿,我又回来啦!(hei, wǒ yòu húilái la!) – Hey, I’m back again!
“忽如一夜春风来 千树万树梨花开” (Hu Ru Yi Ye Chun Feng Lai, Qian Shu Wan Shu Li Hua Kai) – It looks like the spring came over night and thousands of pear trees are blooming (based on a (song about a) traditional poem describing a snowy landscape)

Mercy (German translated into English):
“Helden sterben nicht” – Heroes never/don’t die
“Sprechstunde bei der Frau Doktor” – Consulting with miss doctor
“Mercy im Bereitschaftsdienst” – “Mercy on emergency duty
“Die Wunder der modernen Medizin!” – The wonders of modern medicine!
“Immer unterbricht mich jemand bei der Arbeit” – Someone always interrupts my work
“Auf einer Skala von eins bis zehn, wie fest tut es weh?” – On a scale of one to ten, how much does it hurt?
“Ich bin da!” – I’m there (for you)
“Ich kümmere mich um dich!” – I am taking care of you!
“Schaden verstärkt” – Damage amplified
“Heilstrahl aktiviert” – Healing stream activated
“Hat jemand einen Arzt gerufen?” – Did someone call a doctor?
“Verdammt” – Damn it (When getting a discord orb)
“Danke” – Thank you
“Verstanden” – Understood
“Ich brauche Hilfe” – I need help
Reinhardt (German):
“Wunderbar!” – Wonderful!
Torbjörn (literal English translations of Swedish sayings)
You’re making a chicken out of a feather – “Du gör en höna av en fjäder” (To greatly exaggerate)
With your beard stuck in the letterbox – “Fastna med skägget i brevlådan” (To be in a bad situation)
Buying the pig while it’s still in the bag – “Köpa grisen i säcken” (Impulsively purchasing something without checking the quality)

Widowmaker (French translation into English):
“Personne n’échappe à mon regard” – No one can escape from my sight
“ça pique, n’est-ce pas?” – It stings, doesn’t it?
“Allez, montre-toi” – Come on, show yourself
“Je te vois…” – I see you
“Magnifique” – Magnificent
“Encore?” – Again?
“Cherchez la femme” – Look for the woman
“Une balle, un mort” – One shot, One kill (lit. “one bullet, one death”)
“Et c’est comme ça” – And that’s how it is
“À la vie, à la mort” – To life, to death” or also “for better, for worse
“Merde!” – Shit!
“C’est la vie” – That’s life
“Dans ma ligne de mire” – In my line of sight
“Rendez-vous avec la mort ” – Appointment with death
“Tiens tiens!” – Well well, what do you know
“Le baiser de la veuve” – The widow’s kiss
“la veuve tisse sa toile” – The widow weaves her web

Zarya (Russian into English translation):
“Огонь по готовности” (ogon po gotovnosti) – Fire at will
“Вместе мы сила” (vmeste my sila) – Together we are strong
“привет” (preevyet) – Hello
“спасибо” (spasiba) – Thanks
“Физкульт привет!” (fizkult preevyet) – (Sport) hello!
“В гостях хорошо, а дома лучше!” (v gostiah horosho, a doma luchshe) – It’s good at the guest’s place, but home’s still better (Proverb similar to “east or west, home is best”)
“Видно мастера по работе” (vidno masteruh po ruhbotye) – “can see the master in his works”
“Без труда не вытащишь и рыбку из пруда” (bez trooduh nye vyitaschyish rybku iz prooduh) – “Need to work to pull a fish out of the pond”
Bastion (Robotic):
“Dun dun boop boop” – “Bloop bleep bleep bloop”
“Beeple” – Bee boo boo bop