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I have a tutoring website with many teachers on it. On the front page, there is a button to browse the profiles of all the teachers.

  • Is 访问老师 the correct translation?
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No. But the literal translation "浏览老师" sounds a little stiff and strange to me either. Maybe just "Teachers' Profiles", 教师简况 or something like that would be more natural to Chinese speakers. – Stan May 21 '14 at 7:12

I think "师资介绍" is better. As a Chinese native speaker, It's very intertesting for me to got this site. :D hahaha

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我想了好久该怎么说才不别扭,只能说你太有才了 – zsf222 May 23 '14 at 11:50

I agree with kayneo. “师资介绍” is the saying that we would pick up.

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It's not an answer. If you agree with other answer you can just upvote on it. – songyuanyao May 22 '14 at 7:29

I suggest.. 师资简介 . hope it helps

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Browse - as in to browse online is:


Key dictionary says: 1 browse (on the web) 2 glance over

But if you want to say browse as in "I'm just browsing" (when the shopkeeper asks you what you're looking for) would just be a simple 看看.

Hope that helps.

edit: a better translation might just be "详细资料"....

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