recepito, fondamanti

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22:10 Jan 24, 2002
Italian to Spanish translations [PRO]
Law/Patents
Italian term or phrase: recepito, fondamanti
Texto juridico canonico
LUISA VEYAN


Summary of answers provided
4Acogido / Bases o cimientos
Carmen Cuervo-Arango
4if it's preceeded with an "è"...
Rick Henry


  

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if it's preceeded with an "è"...


Explanation:
it could be "shall as such be made part of", as per eurodicautum.
fondamenti is most likely "foundations" or "principles".

HTH

Rick

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Note added at 2002-01-24 23:41:55 (GMT)
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sorry... didn\'t see it was to spanish...
aceptados y fundammentos, bases, principios
R.


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Acogido / Bases o cimientos


Explanation:
Haría falta contexto para saber a qué se refieren estos términos. Recepire, en italiano, es acoger (lenguaje jurídico) y hacer algo propio (hizo suya mi idea - recepì la mia idea). El participio es "recepito"

Con respectoal segundo término, también yo creo que hay algún error. Podría tratarse de "Fondamenta", las bases o los cimientos de algo, tanto a nivel real como metafórico.


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