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English translation: precluyo= to be excluded, it already expired, it came to pass

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06:28 Aug 3, 2000
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents
Spanish term or phrase: precluyó
"Aceptada la propuesta económica de mi representada, ésta no podría ser desechada con posterioridad en razón de que el momento oportuno para su desechamiento precluyó, al menos por cuanto a requisitos de forma." ANY IDEAS?
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English translation:precluyo= to be excluded, it already expired, it came to pass
Explanation:
preclude=impedir, prevenir, excluir, imposibilitar, ser obstaculo, pero creo que en tu frase, significa que el tiempo ya expiro, no hay nada que se pueda hacer.
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Maria
Local time: 00:03
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Thanks so much for your help. That makes perfect sense. In the few places I found the word, it kept coming up with "stoppel," which made no sense at all. Thanks again.
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Tania Kerrigan
naprecluyo= to be excluded, it already expired, it came to pass
Maria


  

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precluyo= to be excluded, it already expired, it came to pass


Explanation:
preclude=impedir, prevenir, excluir, imposibilitar, ser obstaculo, pero creo que en tu frase, significa que el tiempo ya expiro, no hay nada que se pueda hacer.

Maria
Local time: 00:03
Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish
PRO pts in pair: 920
Grading comment
Thanks so much for your help. That makes perfect sense. In the few places I found the word, it kept coming up with "stoppel," which made no sense at all. Thanks again.

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20 mins
terminated


Explanation:
from the verb precluir - this term means that the period had terminated or expired in your text, good luck - taken from the guillermo cabanellas de las cuevas "diccionario jurídico"

Tania Kerrigan
Colombia
Local time: 01:03
Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish, Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 7

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