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|English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]|
|English term or phrase: Clean Up Your Act|
|“Clean Up Your Act,” an introduction to personal hygiene|
(It's a brochure for boys and girls, I'm going to leave the name in English I'm just looking for a translation.)
|A play on words|
I'm not sure you could get a very meaningful translation out of this phrase... It basically means to behave...
Maybe you could say something like "pórtate limpio".
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