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English translation: entries and sub-entries

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Spanish term or phrase:partidas y subpartidas
English translation:entries and sub-entries
Entered by: Michael Powers (PhD)
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01:13 May 27, 2003
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Accounting
Spanish term or phrase: partidas y subpartidas
todas las mercancías amparadas bajo las partidas y subpartidas del Cap. 1, del Arancel Venezolano
Mile13
Local time: 23:52
entries and sub-entries
Explanation:
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West, Legal Dictionary (1999)

partida 1. item 2. entry 3. installment



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Oxford Spanish Business Dictionary (2002)

partida (en registro) entry; (docoumento) certificate; (de presupuesto) item

It seems natural it would be \"entry\" and \"sib-entry\" since this is part of the record of Venezuelan Import Duties

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I just got 171 hits with the terms \"entries and sub-entries\"

Here is one:

Portuguese/Portuguese Dictionaries


Michaelis Moderno Dicionário da Língua Portuguesa: provides over 200,000 entries and sub-entries, striving to register the largest amount of words possible, both in written and oral language.




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The publisher, John Wiley & Sons
Here is an ``instant\'\' course in indexing for anyone who doesn\'t have the time to take a seminar or semester long course. Short lesson chapters guide you through each step of the indexing process. The author discusses the function of an index, teaches you how to estimate indexing time, shows how to select entries and sub-entries, covers indexing for on-line documents and more. A practical, thorough guide that makes an excellent desktop reference book.


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entries and sub-entries


Explanation:
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Note added at 2003-05-27 01:29:23 (GMT)
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West, Legal Dictionary (1999)

partida 1. item 2. entry 3. installment



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Note added at 2003-05-27 01:31:34 (GMT)
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Oxford Spanish Business Dictionary (2002)

partida (en registro) entry; (docoumento) certificate; (de presupuesto) item

It seems natural it would be \"entry\" and \"sib-entry\" since this is part of the record of Venezuelan Import Duties

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Note added at 2003-05-27 01:35:00 (GMT)
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I just got 171 hits with the terms \"entries and sub-entries\"

Here is one:

Portuguese/Portuguese Dictionaries


Michaelis Moderno Dicionário da Língua Portuguesa: provides over 200,000 entries and sub-entries, striving to register the largest amount of words possible, both in written and oral language.




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Note added at 2003-05-27 01:36:10 (GMT)
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Here is another example

The publisher, John Wiley & Sons
Here is an ``instant\'\' course in indexing for anyone who doesn\'t have the time to take a seminar or semester long course. Short lesson chapters guide you through each step of the indexing process. The author discusses the function of an index, teaches you how to estimate indexing time, shows how to select entries and sub-entries, covers indexing for on-line documents and more. A practical, thorough guide that makes an excellent desktop reference book.




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May 21, 2005 - Changes made by Michael Powers (PhD):
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