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|Spanish to English translations [Non-PRO]|
|Spanish term or phrase: mexico,d.f.|
|my question is when one is how would one translate |
Mexico, D. F. ?
|Mexico City, Mexico|
For those of us who belong to the Spanish-speaking world one way or another, Mexico, D. F. is fine. However, for the reader of the translation whose first language is English and is probably not all that familiar with certain details of the Spanish-speaking world, I would recommend Mexico City, Mexico. This has a more all "gringo" feel to it.
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México, Distrito Federal
I hope it helps.
Good luck from Oso ¶:^)
(quien nació en México, Distrito Federal hace 39 años ¶:^))
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