ausencia

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14:15 Sep 24, 2000
Spanish to English translations [Non-PRO]
Spanish term or phrase: ausencia
The word is found in this sentence. La ausencia de las chinas emparejo mucho las cosas y seis de las partipantes en la justa de hoy estaban separadas por cinco kilos luego del arranque.
Jennifer


Summary of answers provided
naThe absence of the Chinese evened things up a lot to where 6 of the participants ...
Megdalina
naabscence
Rishona Shiffman
naSee below
Ivan Sanchez
naabsence
Berni Armstrong


  

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32 mins
absence


Explanation:
I did the whole sentence back there somewhere ;-)

But this way you can hand out more Kudoz points to me :-) Or to anyone else who helps with a particular point. I wish more users would use your sytem :-)

Berni Armstrong
Spain
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2 hrs
See below


Explanation:
I would focus as follows:
"Chinese's girls non show-up helped a lot to even...."

Ivan Sanchez
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3 hrs
abscence


Explanation:
The abscence of the Chinese (girls) maid things more even...

Rishona Shiffman
Canada
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10 hrs
The absence of the Chinese evened things up a lot to where 6 of the participants ...


Explanation:
Hope this helps you! Good luck!

Megdalina
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