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hola, me ayudo por la tarea. Que es sudocidental traducir en ingles''

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updated SEP 28, 2008
posted by Katie-Wells

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lazarus1907 said:

LadyDi said:

With all due respect Lazarus, it would be "south-western."

Indeed! I must have that blindness myself, haha (or a silly kind of dyslexia).

At least you put me on the right track.

updated SEP 28, 2008
posted by Eddy
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LadyDi said:

With all due respect Lazarus, it would be "south-western."

Indeed! I must have that blindness myself, haha (or a silly kind of dyslexia).

updated SEP 28, 2008
posted by lazarus1907
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Katie Wells said:

who is right'? south eastern or south western'?

LadyDi said:

lazarus1907 said:

Don't take it bad, but you suffer either from blindness, or lack of imagination, because "occidental" also exists in English, and the prefix "sud", although it is not identical to "south", it almost sounds the same.In other words, it would be "South-Occidental, i.e. "south eastern(er)".

With all due respect Lazarus, it would be "south-western."

As LadyDi said, just look up occidental in the dictionary.

updated SEP 28, 2008
posted by Eddy
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lazarus1907 said:

Don't take it bad, but you suffer either from blindness, or lack of imagination, because "occidental" also exists in English, and the prefix "sud", although it is not identical to "south", it almost sounds the same.

In other words, it would be "South-Occidental, i.e. "south eastern(er)".

Hi Lazarus
According to my reference book "occidental" is of the west, western nations.

updated SEP 28, 2008
posted by Eddy
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If you look up the word "occidente" in the dictionary, it'll tell you.

updated SEP 28, 2008
posted by LadyDi
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who is right'? south eastern or south western'?

LadyDi said:

lazarus1907 said:

Don't take it bad, but you suffer either from blindness, or lack of imagination, because "occidental" also exists in English, and the prefix "sud", although it is not identical to "south", it almost sounds the same.In other words, it would be "South-Occidental, i.e. "south eastern(er)".

With all due respect Lazarus, it would be "south-western."

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updated SEP 28, 2008
posted by Katie-Wells
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lazarus1907 said:

Don't take it bad, but you suffer either from blindness, or lack of imagination, because "occidental" also exists in English, and the prefix "sud", although it is not identical to "south", it almost sounds the same.In other words, it would be "South-Occidental, i.e. "south eastern(er)".

With all due respect Lazarus, it would be "south-western."

updated SEP 28, 2008
posted by LadyDi
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sorry i have been sitting over this newspaper for like two hours, i would think my brain would be getting just a little tired!

lazarus1907 said:

Don't take it bad, but you suffer either from blindness, or lack of imagination, because "occidental" also exists in English, and the prefix "sud", although it is not identical to "south", it almost sounds the same.In other words, it would be "South-Occidental, i.e. "south eastern(er)".

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updated SEP 28, 2008
posted by Katie-Wells
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I am pretty certain that this word is Portuguese, not Spanish.

updated SEP 28, 2008
posted by Eddy
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Don't take it bad, but you suffer either from blindness, or lack of imagination, because "occidental" also exists in English, and the prefix "sud", although it is not identical to "south", it almost sounds the same.

In other words, it would be "South-Occidental, i.e. "south eastern(er)".

updated SEP 28, 2008
posted by lazarus1907
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