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Bulgarian translation: nom propre / собствено име

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05:43 Dec 28, 2002
French to Bulgarian translations [Non-PRO]
Law/Patents
French term or phrase: ecrevin
officier
Bulgarian translation:nom propre / собствено име
Explanation:
Не съществува такава дума на френски. Най близката по звучене е écrivain - писател. Това би могло да е собствено име.

Le mot écrevin n'existe pas. Phonétiquement, le mot le plus proche de écrevin est écrivain. Ecrevin pourrait être un nom propre de personne.
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nom propre / собствено име


Explanation:
Не съществува такава дума на френски. Най близката по звучене е écrivain - писател. Това би могло да е собствено име.

Le mot écrevin n'existe pas. Phonétiquement, le mot le plus proche de écrevin est écrivain. Ecrevin pourrait être un nom propre de personne.

Daniela Petrova
Local time: 07:24
Native speaker of: Native in BulgarianBulgarian
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