Spanish translation: Esta el cliente suspendido, o a punto de ser suspendido?
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GLOSSARY ENTRY (DERIVED FROM QUESTION BELOW)
English term or phrase:
Esta el cliente suspendido, o a punto de ser suspendido?
on stop meaning no more goods will be sold to the client
(suspensión de ventas)
a more obscure reference, if we're trying to get him to pay up what he owes. In this case the meaning of 'on stop' is less clear, like possibly the 'stop' refers to the end of one process (calling, writing etc) and the start of another (e.g. setting a limit to what he can buy in the future, placing a special kind of control over him)
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