él o ella


él o ella
= s/he, s/he, he/she, he/she
Ex. Then due to the difficulty of altering a manual file and the pressure to catalog more new books faster, s/he is administratively enjoined from attending to such details.
Ex. Then due to the difficulty of altering a manual file and the pressure to catalog more new books faster, s/he is administratively enjoined from attending to such details.
Ex. The curator, librarian or archivist should leave a repair undone rather than do something of which he/she is uncertain.
Ex. The curator, librarian or archivist should leave a repair undone rather than do something of which he/she is uncertain.
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= s/he, s/he, he/she, he/she

Ex: Then due to the difficulty of altering a manual file and the pressure to catalog more new books faster, s/he is administratively enjoined from attending to such details.

Ex: Then due to the difficulty of altering a manual file and the pressure to catalog more new books faster, s/he is administratively enjoined from attending to such details.
Ex: The curator, librarian or archivist should leave a repair undone rather than do something of which he/she is uncertain.
Ex: The curator, librarian or archivist should leave a repair undone rather than do something of which he/she is uncertain.


Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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