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07:17 Jul 10, 2000
English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: Hi ..
Hi
given your case a great interest as you have a master account and a secondary account . the feature of the eamil station read from the master account regularly but only once from the secondary account and this a normal thing
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naHola, BuenoBrent Turnipseed
naHola
two2tango
naHolaxxxLaumab
naHola
Carmen Hernaiz


  

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1 min
Hola


Explanation:
Hi = Hello= Hola

Carmen Hernaiz
Spain
Local time: 07:21
Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish
PRO pts in pair: 765
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1 hr
Hola


Explanation:
"Hi" es una manera informal y amistosa de decir "hola".
Creo que no hay otra opción para traducir esa palabra.
Espero haber sido útil
Laumab

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5 hrs
Hola


Explanation:
Hola!
Hemos asignado un gran interés a su caso, dado que usted tiene una cuenta principal (o maestra) y una cuenta secundaria. La prestación de la estación de correo electrónico lee en forma regular desde la cuenta principal, pero sólo una vez desde la cuenta secundaria, y esto es un modo de operación normal.
Nota: El "Hi" es una mala selección de registro, más adecuada para comunicación entre amigos que para un reporte formal.
Saludos!

two2tango
Argentina
Local time: 02:21
Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish
PRO pts in pair: 3502
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10 hrs
Hola, Bueno


Explanation:
"Hello" in just about in case would be "hola." A telephone greeting, however, could be "bueno." Finally, there are phrases such as "Dale saludos a tu amigo de mi parte," or "say hi to your friend for me."

Brent Turnipseed
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