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I was wondering...

In english we say d.o.b, for Date of Birth. In Spanish do they abbreviate 'fecha de nacimiento'? Like, on a CV

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It's unusual to abbreviate "Fecha de nacimiento" in a C.V. But usual Spanish abbreviation rules apply, so you could use several abbreviations, but it would be considered informal.

The RAE lists the most common spanish abbreviations: http://buscon.rae.es/dpdI/apendices/apendice2.html

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Ive never heard if that, but they could. Sorry!

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Yes, a lot of people say that it doesn't exist but in some places Fec de Nac is used as far as I have heard.

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Hm, no, it's not common to abbreviate "fecha de nacimiento" in CV or forms.

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