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Spanish term or phrase:espacio de habitar (en este contexto)
Sé que es una pregunta muy fácil, pero no sé como va con el contexto (certificado de estudios de la carrera de Arquitectura). Aquí está:
Identificar las diferentes expresiones de apropiación del espacio de habitar, según medios geográficos y culturales coexistentes.
Explanation: Create a comfortable living space
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Gail United States Local time: 03:57 Native speaker of: English PRO pts in pair: 191
Explanation: Hola Rob,
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1 a : used as a residence or by residents b : providing living accommodations for students <a residential college>
2 : restricted to or occupied by residences <a residential neighborhood>
3 : of or relating to residence or residences
Function: intransitive verb
Inflected Form(s): re·sid·ed; re·sid·ing
Etymology: Middle English, from Middle French or Latin; Middle French resider, from Latin residEre to sit back, remain, abide, from re- + sedEre to sit -- more at SIT
Date: 15th century
1 a : to be in residence as the incumbent of a benefice or office b : to dwell permanently or continuously : occupy a place as one's legal domicile
2 a : to be present as an element or quality b : to be vested as a right
- re·sid·er noun