Ativa

English translation: Current

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Portuguese term or phrase:Ativa
English translation:Current
Entered by: Irene B
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16:27 Feb 19, 2018
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Tech/Engineering - Construction / Civil Engineering / Ementa de Curso de Engenharia Civil
Portuguese term or phrase: Ativa
Prezados Colegas,

Gostaria de saber a melhor tradução para ATIVA no seguinte contexto (Ementas):

Grau: Graduação
Disciplina de: TUR - Departamento de Urbanismo
Nome: Estudos Urbanos e Regionais
Status: ATIVA
Característica: Comum
Conteúdo: Urbanismo
Ano de Vigência: 1995
Última modificação: 11/01/1995
Criação: -
Desativação: -
Motivo de desativação: -


Por enquanto, traduzi o termo como "active", mas estou achando literal demais. Não colocaria "in progress", porque o curso foi concluído. Vocês confirmam a minha tradução, ainda que literal, ou tem alguma sugestão melhor?

Desde já agradeço a sua valiosíssima ajuda, abraço cordial.
Irene B
Local time: 05:04
Current
Explanation:
https://dcp.ufl.edu/urp/academics/current-courses/


As opposed to "discontinued" courses as our colleague Charles C. suggested in the other question.
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Gilmar Fernandes
United States
Local time: 04:04
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Agree!! Muito obrigada Gilmar. Agradeço ainda a valiosa participação dos nobres colegas. Abraço cordial.
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Current


Explanation:
https://dcp.ufl.edu/urp/academics/current-courses/


As opposed to "discontinued" courses as our colleague Charles C. suggested in the other question.

Gilmar Fernandes
United States
Local time: 04:04
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Agree!! Muito obrigada Gilmar. Agradeço ainda a valiosa participação dos nobres colegas. Abraço cordial.
Notes to answerer
Asker: Excelente solução Gilmar!! Abração.


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agree  Charles R. Castleberry: Good one ! It makes sense to me
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  -> Thanks Chuck :)

agree  itineuropa
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  -> Obrigado, Margarida :)

agree  Claudio Mazotti
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  -> Obrigado, Cláudio :)
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Helena Grahn
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Asker: Muito obrigada Helena!! Abraço cordial.


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agree  Paulinho Fonseca
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Reference: scheduled

Reference information:
Courses listed in this section describe all courses approved for offering by the University of Arkansas. The courses are listed alphabetically by subject with the subject code in parenthesis following. The word “course” refers to a unit of academic instruction, while the word “class” refers to a course that has been scheduled during a semester or summer session with a certain number of prescribed meetings each week. Many courses are offered as classes every semester while many others are offered less frequently. Successful completion of a class usually earns a specified number of semester hours of credit toward a degree.

Charles R. Castleberry
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