data


data
f.
1 date the time at which a letter is written, or any instrument drawn up.
2 item or article in an account.
3 an aperture or orifice made in reservoirs in order to let out a definite quantity.
La cosa está de mala data the affair is in a bad state
4 written permission to do anything.
5 data, information, gen.
6 byline, printed line displaying the name of the article's author.
7 dateline.
pres.indicat.
3rd person singular (él/ella/ello) present indicative of spanish verb: datar.
imperat.
2nd person singular (tú) Imperative of Spanish verb: datar.
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data
nombre femenino
1 (fecha) date
2 COMERCIO item
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SF
1) (=fecha) date and place ( on document )

es de larga data — it is long-established, it goes back a long way

2) (Com) item
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* data pen = flash drive, USB hard drive, pen drive, memory stick, USB stick, USB memory stick.
* Data Resources Inc. = Data Resources Inc..
* DATA STAR = DATA STAR.
* Mead Data Central = Mead Data Central.
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* data pen = flash drive, USB hard drive, pen drive, memory stick, USB stick, USB memory stick.
* Data Resources Inc. = Data Resources Inc..
* DATA STAR = DATA STAR.
* Mead Data Central = Mead Data Central.
* * *
data
feminine
1 (Period) byline
2 (de un documento, una carta) date and place of signing or writing
de larga or vieja or antigua data long-standing
es un problema de larga data it is a long-standing problem, it is a problem which goes back a long way
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data nf
1. [fecha] date
2. Prensa dateline
3. Informát data

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