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    Default Nessesito ayuda por favor-Translation

    Hola,Me llamo es Martin y Yo vivo en la Estados Unidos.Nessesito ayuda con translation que Alguna Palabras
    Como se Dice en Espanol

    What do you Think?
    Would you like to join?
    Call me?
    ok?
    Someone?
    Taxes?
    Retire?
    Safety?


    Mucho Gusto por la Ayuda mi Muchachos y Mauchachos.Via con suerte

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    What do you Think? ¿Que opina/cree?
    Would you like to join? ¿Le gustaría venir/ir/unirse? depends on the context...

    Call me? Llámame
    ok? we use the same in Spanish but anyway you can also use
    está bien?
    Someone? Alguien?
    Taxes? Impuestos
    Retire? Retiro
    Safety? Seguridad/ Proteccion

    hope it helps...
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    Default Retire? Retiro

    Hi martin,
    Sandra’s translations were correct, but I have another suggestion for retire. It depends which retire you mean, but in English it s usually used to refer to when you stop working after 60, which in Spanish is jubilarse. Retiro is correct but would translate to withdrawal and usually isn’t used in this context.

    Suerte!

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    You are right Emily, I guess I should have written both
    retiro/jubilacion.
    In Cuba we use more retiro that is why I used it but you're absolutely right.
    In Cuban Spanish it also refers to the pension you collect after you retire...retiro, I mean... cobrar el retiro means to collect your pension (after you retire, of course) This is in Cuba, don't know about other Spanish speaking countries.
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    Hi Martin

    Sandra and Emily are right. To retire means jubilarse o pensionarse. Both words have the exact meaning in Spanish, it depends on the country.
    Melissa

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    Are you using join as in joining a gym/healthclub? If yes, then I suggest
    Le gustaría ser miembro

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