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Written with normal spelling, it reads as follows: ¿Para qué quieres saber eso? Jaja. Saludos. In other words: Whither dost thou want to know that? Ha. Farewell. Okay, that's a bit formal. It's more like Y u wanna know? Lol kbai


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Creo que bastaría con decir simplemente Actualidad.


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Soy profesor y en ocasiones utilizamos Acontecer Nacional e Internacional lo que vendría siendo "Cosas que suceden nacional e internacionalmente"


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Utilizaría "mantén pulsado". Aglutina las dos propiedades de "touch/tap and hold": (1) pulsar y (2) mantener la pulsación.


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You could use Disculpe(n) mi pobre español I favor disculpar over perdonar since it is a "mild" offense. To me perdonar has the connotation that you are looking for forgiveness while disculpar convey that you are just apologizing in advance for a minor inconvenience. About Perdoneme por mi español bastante mala. Remember that "bad" (malo/a) ...


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"This is filthy" is slang. It can't be translated literally. A great page to look up slang terms is Urban Dictionary. There, filthy is described as: A word originating in Seattle meaning dope, tight or cool: Damn fool, those shoes are filthy Now, you're asking for a translation to Spanish. Like most slang words, there will be great differences from a ...


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In colloquial Puerto Rican Spanish, there are some forms that seem to adhere very closely to the above-mentioned model: “She was like, ‘Who the heck are you?’” Ella se puso con “¿Quién carajo eres tú?” “Suddenly, he is like, ‘Leave me alone!!’” De repente, él sale con “¡¡Déjame quieto!!”


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In English there is a tendency to associate feelings with colors that does not exist in Spanish. Feeling blue is "sentirse triste" but in no way is "sentirse azul" In English blue is sad, green is hope, red is love or happiness but this has no meaning at all in Spanish. To illustrate here is the second part of the song you mention. Losing him was blue ...


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Pudieras traducirlo de las siguientes maneras: mecanismo de cacheo mecanismo de almacenamiento en caché mecanismo de memoria temporal mecanismo de almacenamiento que permita la agilización del proceso Viendo que deseas emplear la traducción para usuarios que pudieran no estar muy relacionados con el área de las tecnologías de la información, te ...


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This is a tough one to translate. Some options, not perfect: Código predefinido Código base Código modelo Código estándar Maybe even Fragmento de código Código reutilizable


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There are many ways we use to say this, the one you mention being one of the most common ones. For example, in my Spanish from Spain I would use: M. F. aparece [en esta película] M. F. actúa [en esta película] M.F. sale [en esta película] Note all of the expressions mean the same, all of them not making it clear if the actor is one of the ...


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Translation: "Why do u want to know it? haha regards" It was a meme born by Yahoo Answers, this user asked for a question of philosophy: http://prntscr.com/9o1pp9 (about books) and other user answered : http://prntscr.com/9o1q4n


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It's incorrect Spanish, as it does not respect the gender concordance ("cavidad" is feminine, hence it should be "cavidad oscura" = "dark cavity") I see, googling, that "cavidad oscuro" is related with "Pena duro" (it should be "Peña dura"), another fictional place with incorrect Spanish. As it says here: A former monastery, the Peña Duro (“Hard stone” ...


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Tungsten and wolfram are the names for the same chemical element. In English, tungsten is the only accepted word, since IUPAC (International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry, apparently the main Chemical association) decided that. In Spanish, the two names are accepted by the RAE (wolframio and tungsteno), being wolframio considered a synonym to ...


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In this case keep make references to guardar or mantener, the translation could be mantenga la información confidencial mantener (from RAE) Del lat. manu tenēre 'tener en la mano'. Conjug. c. tener. tr. Conservar algo en su ser, darle vigor y permanencia. tr. Proseguir en lo que se está ejecutando. Mantener la conversación, el juego. ...


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Seattle, Washington - ¡Qué padre! This is filthy isn't something that I've ever known or heard to mean this is cool, this is awesome, etcetera. But, in Seattle, WA, somehow or another, they developed the slang --- This is filthy. It's used to express envy. That hat is filthy! - Means the hat is very nice/awesome In other regions of the US, they have ...


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"boilerplate code" is standard, reusable code fragments that are used again and again in projects, and are not particularly meant to be refactored out. An example: perl #!/usr/bin/perl use warnings; use strict; to answer your question, looking at this use of "boilerplate code", I imagine google translate is probably right, and would suggest: código ...


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Durante mi etapa de estudiante de ingeniería en España teníamos muchas asignaturas que exigían que olvidásemos todo lo aprendido y pensásemos sin estar condicionados por nuestro conocimiento previo, y de esta manera poder dar soluciones ingeniosas a los problemas. Este hecho siempre lo he visto referenciado como abrir la mente. Es más, en muchos acertijos ...


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Guardar is the perfect translation to save, means exactly the same. Example: I have to save my sculpture in a better place Debo guardar mi escultura en un sitio mejor* In the other hand you have resguardar, which means to put something in safeguard. The translation depends on the context you use it, so it could be translated as: guard, shelter or ...


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It would be "resguardar información confidencial" since you'll be actively doing it - keeping it safe. "Guardar" is used when you put something away.


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Given that Green Eggs and Ham is a children's book originally written and published in English, in the United States, I'd say yeah, the meaning from your linked question is the same.. My point is that your question stems from a Spanish translation of American English poetry. Dr. Seuss' poetry is well known for it's brevity in incessant repeating rhythms, ...


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I would translate "Please excuse me for my poor English" as Disculpen, no se mucho español. or Disculpen, el español no es mi lengua materna. or Disculpen, hablo un poco de español pero me queda mucho por aprender. In translation, it is imortant not trying to translate exactly the as in the original language but in the way peapole talks. The translations ...


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I'm a native speaker and say it as you want, "Discúlpeme" and "perdóneme" are applied the same in this case, you can either say "Perdóneme por mi mal español" or "Discúlpeme por mi mal español". There's also this other word which means the same as "discúlpeme" and "perdóneme" and is "Dispénseme" and of course some more variations of this depending on the ...


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Disculpas, no hablo bien español. Discúlpeme, es que no hablo muy bien el español. Discúlpeme, es que no sé hablar bien español.


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The correct way to say it is, Por favor disculpeme por mi pobre español. ("Please excuse me for my poor Spanish.") Por favor disculpeme, mi español es muy pobre. ("Please excuse me my Spanish is poor.") Por favor disculpeme, mi español es muy malo ("Please excuse me my Spanish is very bad."). Saludos!


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He aquí algunas sugerencias: Sucesos actuales. Acontecimientos actuales. Habría que ver cuál era el contenido de esa clase o curso. De ser de naturaleza periodística, quizá la primera forma fuera preferible. Si la clase tuviera un enfoque histórico o sociológico, preferiría la opción "Acontecimientos actuales".


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La primera está correcta y es la forma más usada estructuralmente. La segunda, aunque correcta también, a un nativo le 'suena' un poco raro, en mi opinión.


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"that's cool" -> "Qué guay" or "eso mola" "it would be cool to..." -> "estaría guay si...", "sería guay si..." or "estaría bien si..." Spanish from Spain


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Dado a que mencionas una traducción que no sea en un contexto profesional de tecnologías de información, una frase que viene a mi mente es la siguiente: Almacenamiento temporero En tu ejemplo: Mecanismo de almacenamiento temporero


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En Colombia la traduccion exacta es volante, que define a un elemento promocional impreso que se reparte en la calle o se inserta en revistas y periodicos.



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