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    Default Re: How do you say "to add insult to injury?"

    I'd add a commma: "sobre llovido, mojado". There is some kind of elypsis there and the comma indicates it as well as the usual pause in oral speech.
    Last edited by danielr; 01-16-2019 at 09:47 AM.

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    Default Re: How do you say "to add insult to injury?"

    Got it! Thank you for the info

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    Default Re: How do you say "to add insult to injury?"

    Quote Originally Posted by iyuanobi View Post
    Es lo mismo "sobre llovido mojado"?
    Entiendo que si...

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    Default Re: How do you say "to add insult to injury?"

    Según el diccionario, podría ser: "por si fuera poco" https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dic...njury?q=add+to

    Pero "sobre llovido mojado" me parece genial.

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