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18:04 Feb 20, 2006
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English to Spanish translations [PRO] Food & Drink
Yes, a generic term for the US. There are Spanish speakers here from many countries. If you lived here or had spent any amount of time here, you would understand. You have to be very careful with terms. For example, an American would not want to see the terms "lift" or "flat", because it would show the ignorance of the person translating in not understanding her target audience.
EDelatorre United States Local time: 22:09 Native speaker of: English