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14:36 Jun 1, 2001
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Spanish term or phrase: lote de excavacion
contratacion de lotes de excavacion, (building work)
keith absalom

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nayour answer is: "Excavation building site"
Clara Albornoz
nacareful, "lote" may refer to equipment
naexcavation site/diggcaddy



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excavation site/dig

If this is architectural, then use 'dig'. This is the commonly used term for an excavation site where discoveries of a historical nature are expected.

If it is more in line with a building site, then use excavation site which is a more general term, that can also be used as above.

    Collins Sp>Eng
    Web-site reference: 'Architectural Dig' Search
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careful, "lote" may refer to equipment

as in "set" (Cf., lotes de subasta). (Try excavation equipment).

Local time: 11:58
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Clara Albornoz: this is wrong
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your answer is: "Excavation building site"

This is a technical word.-
Esto es una palabra técnica, si tienes más dudas, consulta el Collins o el Simon Webster

    Collins Cobuild, Spanish Language, editon 2.000
    5 years Teaching english
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