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take an outage

Spanish translation: suspender temporalmente (un servicio o porceso)

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English term or phrase:outage
Spanish translation:suspender temporalmente (un servicio o porceso)
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23:28 Oct 23, 2002
English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]
Bus/Financial
English term or phrase: take an outage
A company is taking an outage to perform something.
Jim
suspender temporariamente los servicios/las actividades/las operaciones/la produccion
Explanation:
The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000.

outage

SYLLABICATION: out·age
PRONUNCIATION: outj
NOUN: 1. A quantity or portion of something lacking after delivery or storage. 2. A temporary suspension of operation, especially of electric power
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Luis Arri Cibils
Local time: 11:28
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Thanx for your help, fortunately I found the answer a couple of minutes after I posted it, but thanx anyhay. I`m not really sure about this point thing, but I'm grading you with the highest grade.
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4 +2suspender temporariamente los servicios/las actividades/las operaciones/la produccion
Luis Arri Cibils


  

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suspender temporariamente los servicios/las actividades/las operaciones/la produccion


Explanation:
The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000.

outage

SYLLABICATION: out·age
PRONUNCIATION: outj
NOUN: 1. A quantity or portion of something lacking after delivery or storage. 2. A temporary suspension of operation, especially of electric power


Luis Arri Cibils
Local time: 11:28
Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish
PRO pts in pair: 619
Grading comment
Thanx for your help, fortunately I found the answer a couple of minutes after I posted it, but thanx anyhay. I`m not really sure about this point thing, but I'm grading you with the highest grade.

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agree  Andrea Ali
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