first had and received

French translation: n'a eu et reçu aucun

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English term or phrase:first had and received no
French translation:n'a eu et reçu aucun
Entered by: MultiPro

03:37 Nov 27, 2006
English to French translations [Non-PRO]
Law/Patents - Law (general)
English term or phrase: first had and received
(1) Except with the Minister's permission in writing first had and received no pure alcoholic or crude spirit from which can be extracted or distilled alcoholic liquor that can be shall be imported.

Comment traduire correctement cette expression "first had and received"?
Marie
n'a eu et reçu aucun
Explanation:
Voici comment je comprends la phrase :
NB-1 D'abord, "first" va avec "writing"
NB-2 had and received NO alcohol : C'est une phrase verbale négative (la négation NO est associée aux verbes 'avoir' et 'recevoir'.


(1) Sans la permission préalable et écrite du Ministre, n'a eu et n'a reçu aucun................

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3 +1n'a eu et reçu aucun
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had and received no
n'a eu et reçu aucun


Explanation:
Voici comment je comprends la phrase :
NB-1 D'abord, "first" va avec "writing"
NB-2 had and received NO alcohol : C'est une phrase verbale négative (la négation NO est associée aux verbes 'avoir' et 'recevoir'.


(1) Sans la permission préalable et écrite du Ministre, n'a eu et n'a reçu aucun................

Le paragraphe précédent contient certainement plus de détails sur la personne en question.

MultiPro
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