TOU MIGHT WANT TO CHECK WITH CUSTOMS IN YOUR COUNTRY THEY MAY HAVE IT THERE

Spanish translation: Podrías preguntar en la Aduana de tu país, tal vez las tengan ahí.

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English term or phrase:You might want to check with customs in your country, they may have it there.
Spanish translation:Podrías preguntar en la Aduana de tu país, tal vez las tengan ahí.
Entered by: Oso (X)

15:27 Dec 12, 2000
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English term or phrase: TOU MIGHT WANT TO CHECK WITH CUSTOMS IN YOUR COUNTRY THEY MAY HAVE IT THERE
you might want to check with customs in your country, they may have it there.
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Podrías preguntar en la Aduana de tu país,...
Explanation:
tal vez las tengan ahí...


Saludos de OSO :^)
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Summary of answers provided
naAduana
Maria Grova
naPodrías fijarte en la Aduana de tu país...
Claudia Porta
naaduana
LinguaVox
naPodrías preguntar en la Aduana de tu país,...
Oso (X)
naPosiblemente quieres comprobar las costumbres de tu
Parrot


  

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1 hr
Posiblemente quieres comprobar las costumbres de tu


Explanation:
país, puede que la tengan allí.

Parrot
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Podrías preguntar en la Aduana de tu país,...


Explanation:
tal vez las tengan ahí...


Saludos de OSO :^)

Oso (X)
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1 hr
aduana


Explanation:
"Custom" may mean "costumbre", that is, "a usage or practice common to many or to a particular place or class or habitual with an individual", or "aduana", that is, "duties, tolls, or imposts imposed by the sovereign law of a country on imports or exports b usually sing in constr : the agency, establishment, or procedure for collecting such customs". I feel it means "aduana".


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LinguaVox
Spain
Local time: 02:46
Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish, Native in FrenchFrench

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12 hrs
Podrías fijarte en la Aduana de tu país...


Explanation:
... tal vez lo/la tengan allí

:)

Claudia Porta
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13 hrs
Aduana


Explanation:
Podrías verificarlo en la Aduana de tu país. Es posible que allí lo/la tengan

Maria Grova
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