question about legal English
Thread poster: rosamarta
rosamarta
English to Spanish
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Oct 26, 2004

I have to translate a grant from English into Spanish. There is an abbrevation on the text that I cannot find anywhere, this is "Dip." and then it comes an ddress. Can anyone help me, what does it mean?

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Roberta Anderson  Identity Verified
Italy
Local time: 06:59
Member (2001)
English to Italian
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Try posting this as a Kudoz question Oct 26, 2004

Hi Rosamarta.

I think you'll get an answer to your question if you post it as a Kudoz question, for language pair English > Spanish
(from the Kudoz menu at the top of the Proz.com windows, choose Ask a question, then fill in for your languages and the term requested, providing as much context as possible.

Hope this helps,
Roberta

[Edited at 2004-10-26 07:57]


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