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    Hi, I found this sentence but I´m not sure about the trasnlation

    "This snow economic time" for me it sounds like "este tiempo de crisis económica" The complete sentences says I'm looking for work in this snow economic time.

    Thanks in advance for any help

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joulin
    Hi, I found this sentence but I´m not sure about the trasnlation

    "This snow economic time" for me it sounds like "este tiempo de crisis económica" The complete sentences says I'm looking for work in this snow economic time.

    Thanks in advance for any help
    I tend to believe that there is either a misspelling of "slow economic time, or times," here, because "snow" does not make sense to me in this context.

    One would argue that the economy is said to be in a recession, hence "snow." But why not "snowy" or "wintry"? And even these two cases sound strange.

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    I agree, "snow" is most likely misspelled. It makes no sense whatsoever and there are no known or used phrases that would support the use of such phrase.

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