"...shtrohet çështja..."

English translation: the Albanian question (or matter) was/is mooted/set forth/advanced/proposed

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Albanian term or phrase:shtrohet çështja
English translation:the Albanian question (or matter) was/is mooted/set forth/advanced/proposed
Entered by: Monika Coulson

08:27 Jul 12, 2000
Albanian to English translations [PRO]
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Albanian term or phrase: "...shtrohet çështja..."
This expression is used in different sentences. I am including a couple of them:
1. Në atë kohë, çështja shqiptare shtrohej në një perandori shumëkombëshe.
2. Edhe sot çështja shqiptare shtrohet në...
Monika Coulson
Local time: 20:11
"the Albanian question (or matter) was/is mooted/set forth
Explanation:
Hi, Monika! This phrase has always been troublesome to me, too. Depending upon the context, I have used [The Albanian question was/is/has been/had been] "mooted," "advanced," "set forth," "proposed."

I was away for a few days and am just now catching up on my e-mails. I have not forgotten you!

Best wishes.
Leonard
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Leonard Fox
United States
Local time: 22:11
Grading comment
Thank you Leonard, it was very helpful.
Monika
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na"the Albanian question (or matter) was/is mooted/set forth
Leonard Fox


  

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"the Albanian question (or matter) was/is mooted/set forth


Explanation:
Hi, Monika! This phrase has always been troublesome to me, too. Depending upon the context, I have used [The Albanian question was/is/has been/had been] "mooted," "advanced," "set forth," "proposed."

I was away for a few days and am just now catching up on my e-mails. I have not forgotten you!

Best wishes.
Leonard

Leonard Fox
United States
Local time: 22:11
PRO pts in pair: 8
Grading comment
Thank you Leonard, it was very helpful.
Monika

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