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    Hi... how would you translate this?

    Han Solo in the original Star Wars trilogy and as the title character in the Indiana Jones film series

    Retrieved from wikipedia...

    My try:

    Han Solo en la triología original de Star Wars y como el personaje de Indiana Jones en las películas de igual nombre/ de nombre homónimo?...

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    You are on the correct path, here is how I would say it:

    "Han Solo en la trilogía original de Star Wars como el título y carácter en la serie de películas de Indiana Jones"

    Hope this helps, keep up the good work. You are doing great.

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    "Han Solo en la trilogía original de Star Wars y personaje principal de la serie Indiana Jones"

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    Quote Originally Posted by fome
    "Han Solo en la trilogía original de Star Wars y personaje principal de la serie Indiana Jones"
    This is correct however you used a term more like Main character or Primary character, which I agree with however juanpablosans made bold 'title character' which I thought meant that needed to stay, that is why I translated it 'título y carácter'. Personaje principal carácter is a great translation though, it gets the message across that he is the star of the movies, as long as juanpablosans isn't to set on the phrase 'Title Character'.

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    'Title character' es 'personaje principal', y no se le debe agregar la palabra 'carácter'.
    La propuesta de fome es buena.

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    Carácter means "temper / personality" or in some context "content" ("de carácter informativo"). It has nothing to do with a character in a movie or play. Character in a play is translated as "personaje". So I agree with Hugocar and fome.

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