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    Hi,

    I'm having trouble translating this phrase into spanish. The sentance is, "a subject which Martin had at his fingers-ends. Would it be correct to say, que martin tenia el sujeto a mano or something else?

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    Podrías usar una imagen que en español tiene más o menos el mismo sentido:

    Martin tenía la idea (o el concepto o el tema) en la punta de la lengua.

    Ojalá te sirva.

    Saludos

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    Mi sugerencia:

    que Martin tenía casi a su alcance..

    ¿De qué sujeto se trata??

    Welcoem to the forum!

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