con't

Spanish translation: continued

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English term or phrase:con't
Spanish translation:continued
Entered by: Sonja Wesseler (X)

13:51 Nov 27, 2006
English to Spanish translations [PRO]
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English term or phrase: con't
"Gift of love, con't".
Es el titular de una noticia sobre policías que llevan regalos a familias con menores acogidos.
María Solís Munuera
Local time: 00:37
continued
Explanation:
You never know with headlines... It's the only thing that comes to my mind. Maybe the other colleagues have better ideas...
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Local time: 00:37
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Explanation:
You never know with headlines... It's the only thing that comes to my mind. Maybe the other colleagues have better ideas...

Sonja Wesseler (X)
Local time: 00:37
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agree  Yvonne Becker
7 mins
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agree  Romina Berardi
9 mins
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agree  Taña Dalglish: I agree. But the shortened form in English, I believe is "Cont'd. Someone pls. correct me if I am mistaken! Thanks
59 mins
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agree  Maria_Elena Garcia Guevara
1 hr
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agree  Henry Hinds: One shortened form in English is "Cont.".
2 hrs
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agree  Nedra Rivera: Yup!
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agree  silviantonia
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agree  Belen Artale: sip, es lo que sale publicado en los titulares para" continuación"
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agree  Lisa Russell
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