Encontrado corpo de Elisa Samudio.Veja reportagen completa.?What does this mean?
This looks like Portuguese I think It means found the body of Elisa Samudio See the complete report.
'Encontrado corpo de Elisa Samudio.
This is Portuguese,(Probably Brazillian) it says:
= Found body of Elisa Samudio...reporting is complete/d . or
= Body found belonging to Elisa Samudio.reporting is complete/d . or ..**.
Veja reportagen completa =( that you may see ) You see reporting is complete
I hope that this helps
I was going to send you off to the spanishdict.com 'translation' , and 'dictionary uses with this phrase, however, your phrase does not compute. What did compute though, was -
Encontrado cuerpo de Elisa. Voy a reportar completa. If you are interested in seeing what 'that' translates to, do the work - go to the tranlation feature up above.
This is portuguese (from my country, Brazil) and the meaning was already posted...
" Elisa Samudio's body found. See the entire news."
The web has a translation where you can pick from whatever language to English. Italian vs English / Portuguese vs English // I checked it on the Italian (didn't quite do it. ) Portuguese did give a good translation, but the word 'reportagen' came out the same (not translatable in this spelling/conjugation). / For the resulting sentence, go check it out. Happy hunting!! And thanks for the expedition.
Elisa Samudio was a girlfriend of a very famous football (soccer) player in Brazil. "Encontrado corpo de Elisa Samudio" means "Elisa Samudio (dead) body found. "veja a reportagem completa" means "Read the complete newspaper article about"