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Mr X ha annunciato che Mr Y sarà ricooptato

English translation: Mr X announced that Mr Y will be re-appointed.

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Italian term or phrase:Mr X ha annunciato che Mr Y sarà ricooptato
English translation:Mr X announced that Mr Y will be re-appointed.
Entered by: Richard Hall
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07:36 Oct 25, 2002
Italian to English translations [Non-PRO]
Bus/Financial - Accounting / auditing
Italian term or phrase: Mr X ha annunciato che Mr Y sarà ricooptato
financial
Barbara Iandiorio
Mr X announced that Mr Y will be re-appointed.
Explanation:
co-optare is used by the management of Italian companies to often designate appointment to the Board, etc. In English, however, there is no special word that I know of.
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Richard Hall
United States
Local time: 18:03
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5Mr X announced that Mr Y will be re-appointed.
Richard Hall


  

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Mr X announced that Mr Y will be re-appointed.


Explanation:
co-optare is used by the management of Italian companies to often designate appointment to the Board, etc. In English, however, there is no special word that I know of.

Richard Hall
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Local time: 18:03
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