feed off

11:59 Feb 16, 2001
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English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: feed off
But many products do feed off Kimberly Clark's extensive research in chemically based fibers.
Valeria Vitale
Argentina
Local time: 04:22


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nason regularmente utilizados en...
Hélène Lévesque
nachupan rueda de
George A.R (X)
nasacar provecho, aprovechar, beneficiarse
Oso (X)


  

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10 mins
sacar provecho, aprovechar, beneficiarse


Explanation:
Pero muchos productos aprovechan los estudios de investigación extensos de Kimberly Clark en las fibras basadas en substancias químicas.

Saludos afectuosos de OSO ¶:^)


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Oso (X)
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Elisa Capelão
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5 hrs
chupan rueda de


Explanation:
colloquial term (from cycle racing) widely used as well in everyday life as in business.
<<Chupar rueda (col) Disfrutar algo, especialmente sin méritos o sin esfuerzo)>>

George A.R (X)
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5 hrs
son regularmente utilizados en...


Explanation:
Hope this helps.
Good luck.


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Hélène Lévesque
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