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ALEGA, EXPONE Y SOLICITA:

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09:10 Jun 8, 2001
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents
Spanish term or phrase: ALEGA, EXPONE Y SOLICITA:
XXX respetuosamente alega, expone y solicita:
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Summary of answers provided
naARGUE, STATE AND REQUESTbea0
naBe careful. "Alegar" can mean "submit" or "plead", possibly more likely in the context.Paul Becke
naXXX hereby respectfully ALLEGES, DECLARES and
Parrot
naallege, state and request
Henry Hinds


  

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3 mins
allege, state and request


Explanation:
...XXX does hereby allege, state and request: (US)


    Exp.
Henry Hinds
United States
Local time: 10:13
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39 mins
XXX hereby respectfully ALLEGES, DECLARES and


Explanation:
REQUESTS

Parrot
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Local time: 18:13
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6 hrs
Be careful. "Alegar" can mean "submit" or "plead", possibly more likely in the context.


Explanation:
It also seems likely to me that there would be a considerable amount of terminological transfer in the patent field between French and Spanish.

In French, "exposer" is translated as "discloses" or "displays" in terms of an invention.

I have found the European Communities Glossary particularly helpful with respect to patent terminology.

Paul Becke
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23 hrs
ARGUE, STATE AND REQUEST


Explanation:
I prefer "ARGUE" rather than "ALLEGE".

Good Luck!

bea0
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