23:25 Oct 7, 2017
English to Spanish translations [PRO]
Printing & Publishing / Document Structure
English term or phrase: Hero
I have a document that will be sent to graphic design & print after translation, so basically I have isolated sentences between brackets that I assume are indicating the different parts of the document.

These parts are:

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I'm not sure if they are trying to be creative with "hero" and "eyebrow" and these terms should therefore be taken literally or if they are specific terms used in document design that I'm not familiar with. Any insights will be MUCH appreciated!
Ma. Fernanda Blesa
Local time: 23:49

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3[imagen] "hero"/que genera máximo impacto
Mónica Algazi

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[imagen] "hero"/que genera máximo impacto


Mónica Algazi
Local time: 23:49
Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish
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