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How do you say "it's on" in spanish?

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For example if someone asked you, "Is the bag on the plane?". Your response would be," It's on." My friend is auditioning for the southwest airlines commercial and it would help if he knew this.

edit: Thanks for the answers but he has to say it's on. I'm not sure if you've seen the new Southwest Airline commercials but that's their slogan or something. It's a bunch of employees saying, "it's on". Again thanks.

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updated ENE 8, 2010
edited by hitman4451
posted by hitman4451

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The good thing is that's a yes/no question. But if he wanted to tell someone that the he put the bags on the plane already: "Pongo tú equipaje en la avión"

updated ENE 8, 2010
posted by icanrideawave
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Está cargada = it's loaded (as in freight), Actually now that I think about it....considering this is for Southwest Airlines and the regions it services, I'm not sure I would recommend this...it could be heard as it's been "excreted" (this being the polite way to say it)

updated ENE 8, 2010
edited by bdclark0423
posted by bdclark0423
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