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Spanish translation: vea abajo

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04:11 Apr 22, 2001
English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: stem-ossicle
it's from an avant-garde poem, so the context wouldn't help!
xxxEen
Local time: 00:03
Spanish translation:vea abajo
Explanation:
I would just calque it, sticking a word for stem together with "osículo". Without the context I can't tell what kind of stem is meant. An ossicle is a small bone or bone-like structure, such as the hammer, anvil, and stirrup of the ear.
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vea abajo


Explanation:
I would just calque it, sticking a word for stem together with "osículo". Without the context I can't tell what kind of stem is meant. An ossicle is a small bone or bone-like structure, such as the hammer, anvil, and stirrup of the ear.

xxxJon Zuber
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