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English translation: externally

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Spanish term or phrase:ad extra
English translation:externally
Entered by: Catherine Reay
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19:30 Oct 25, 2006
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law (general) / report
Spanish term or phrase: ad extra
Hello again,

From the same Spanish report:

"...(el derivado del fracaso de la financiación prestada, que pudiera calificarse como para la sociedad, como cualquier otro que pudiera concluir ad extra la sociedad)...

Many thanks.
Katy
Catherine Reay
Spain
Local time: 05:15
externally
Explanation:
As Juan says, Latin legal stuff is not normally translated, but if you must it means "in an outward direction", in this case outside the company
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Conchi De Salas
Canada
Local time: 23:15
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I agree with both you and Juan that Latin terms are not translated but I just wanted to understand the meaning. Thanks.
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externally


Explanation:
As Juan says, Latin legal stuff is not normally translated, but if you must it means "in an outward direction", in this case outside the company


    Reference: http://www.eskom.co.za/infocentre/Common%20Latin%20words.htm
Conchi De Salas
Canada
Local time: 23:15
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in SpanishSpanish
PRO pts in category: 8
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I agree with both you and Juan that Latin terms are not translated but I just wanted to understand the meaning. Thanks.
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