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This is not your run of the mill yacht.

Portuguese translation: não é um iate comum

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English term or phrase:This is not your run of the mill yacht.
Portuguese translation:não é um iate comum
Entered by: airmailrpl
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17:51 Dec 31, 2003
English to Portuguese translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: This is not your run of the mill yacht.
Não percebo esta frase, estão a falar de um iate topo de gama.
Ana Moura
Local time: 21:31
não é um iate comum
Explanation:
não é um iate comum

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Note added at 18 mins (2003-12-31 18:10:16 GMT) Post-grading
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What is the exact meaning of the expression \"run of the mill\" and its origin? Thanks.

It means ordinary or average and is believed to have originated in textile or flour mills.
See link below for more \"mill\" terms and expressions.
http://phrases.shu.ac.uk/bulletin_board/22/messages/598.html

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airmailrpl
Brazil
Local time: 19:31
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Obrigada!
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5 +2não é um iate comum
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this is not your run of the mill yacht.
não é um iate comum


Explanation:
não é um iate comum

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Note added at 18 mins (2003-12-31 18:10:16 GMT) Post-grading
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What is the exact meaning of the expression \"run of the mill\" and its origin? Thanks.

It means ordinary or average and is believed to have originated in textile or flour mills.
See link below for more \"mill\" terms and expressions.
http://phrases.shu.ac.uk/bulletin_board/22/messages/598.html



airmailrpl
Brazil
Local time: 19:31
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in PortuguesePortuguese
PRO pts in pair: 8779
Grading comment
Obrigada!

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