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Spanish translation: Problema, inconveniente, problema legal

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06:46 Jul 17, 2001
English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]
Tech/Engineering
English term or phrase: issue
a company had an issue with one of its products
deborah
Spanish translation:Problema, inconveniente, problema legal
Explanation:
Se necesita más contexto.

Saludos,

BSD

issue

is·sue [íshoo ] noun (plural is·sues)

1. subject of concern: a topic for discussion or of general concern I want to raise several issues at the meeting.

2. main subject: the central or most important topic in a discussion or debate The real issue is education.

3. LAW legal matter in a dispute: a legal matter in a dispute between two parties

4. PUBLISHING copy of a publication: a copy of a magazine or newspaper published on a particular date

5. COMMERCE official release of something: a set of things such as new stamps or bonds that are made available for sale by an official body at a particular time

6. FINANCE stock made available: a series of items such as stock in a company that becomes available at the same time

7. (plural issues) allotting of something: distribution of something by an official body the issue of parking permits

8. official allotment: something officially distributed or supplied, or a specific amount of something officially supplied government issue rations

9. LAW progeny: the offspring of a person died without issue

10. final outcome: a final outcome or conclusion of a matter that is usually a solution to a problem or difficulty (dated) Let's bring our differences to an issue.

11. MEDICINE discharge from wound: pus or blood coming from an open wound or ulcer

12. FINANCE profit from property: profits made from owning land or buildings

13. source of a flow: a place from which something flows

verb (past is·sued, past participle is·sued, present participle is·su·ing, 3rd person present singular is·sues)

1. transitive verb supply something: to supply or distribute something officially

2. transitive verb announce something publicly: to make public something such as a bulletin, statement, or warning, or deliver it officially to somebody The mayor's office issued a press release.

3. transitive verb COMMERCE release something for sale: to make a set of things such as new stamps or bonds available for sale at a particular time

4. transitive verb PUBLISHING publish something: to publish something such as a newspaper, magazine, or book

5. intransitive verb originate: to emerge or come out from somewhere Smoke issued from the burning building.

ENCARTA WORLD ENGLISH DICTIONARY


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Bertha S. Deffenbaugh
United States
Local time: 22:37
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Summary of answers provided
na +2Problema, inconveniente, problema legal
Bertha S. Deffenbaugh
na +1problema, situación, tema, asunto
Elinor Thomas


  

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11 mins peer agreement (net): +1
problema, situación, tema, asunto


Explanation:
puede ser cualquiera de esas opciones dependiendo del contexto.

Espero te ayude! :-)


    Simon & Schuster's
Elinor Thomas
Local time: 02:37
Native speaker of: Spanish
PRO pts in pair: 860

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Davorka Grgic: Sí.
1 day 5 hrs
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12 mins peer agreement (net): +2
Problema, inconveniente, problema legal


Explanation:
Se necesita más contexto.

Saludos,

BSD

issue

is·sue [íshoo ] noun (plural is·sues)

1. subject of concern: a topic for discussion or of general concern I want to raise several issues at the meeting.

2. main subject: the central or most important topic in a discussion or debate The real issue is education.

3. LAW legal matter in a dispute: a legal matter in a dispute between two parties

4. PUBLISHING copy of a publication: a copy of a magazine or newspaper published on a particular date

5. COMMERCE official release of something: a set of things such as new stamps or bonds that are made available for sale by an official body at a particular time

6. FINANCE stock made available: a series of items such as stock in a company that becomes available at the same time

7. (plural issues) allotting of something: distribution of something by an official body the issue of parking permits

8. official allotment: something officially distributed or supplied, or a specific amount of something officially supplied government issue rations

9. LAW progeny: the offspring of a person died without issue

10. final outcome: a final outcome or conclusion of a matter that is usually a solution to a problem or difficulty (dated) Let's bring our differences to an issue.

11. MEDICINE discharge from wound: pus or blood coming from an open wound or ulcer

12. FINANCE profit from property: profits made from owning land or buildings

13. source of a flow: a place from which something flows

verb (past is·sued, past participle is·sued, present participle is·su·ing, 3rd person present singular is·sues)

1. transitive verb supply something: to supply or distribute something officially

2. transitive verb announce something publicly: to make public something such as a bulletin, statement, or warning, or deliver it officially to somebody The mayor's office issued a press release.

3. transitive verb COMMERCE release something for sale: to make a set of things such as new stamps or bonds available for sale at a particular time

4. transitive verb PUBLISHING publish something: to publish something such as a newspaper, magazine, or book

5. intransitive verb originate: to emerge or come out from somewhere Smoke issued from the burning building.

ENCARTA WORLD ENGLISH DICTIONARY




Bertha S. Deffenbaugh
United States
Local time: 22:37
Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish
PRO pts in pair: 743

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  admaso: ambos estan bien pero muchas veces es un problema que llega a consecuencias legales como lo dice aqui
9 hrs

agree  Davorka Grgic: Sí.
1 day 5 hrs
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