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    That's true, in Mexico many "locales" are takes from English!
    Regular people use metric system, but professionals may use royal system.

    That's why I thinks the set of locales for neutral Spanish are probably those for Spain, which is like the "mother of all Spanishes" jajajajja!

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    you mean "localización"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by camborio
    In this context... How do would you say locale in spanish?

    ¿Existe algún término válido en español para esta palabra?
    Yo diría que es lo que se suele denominar "configuración regional de idioma".
    Un poco largo, pero es lo que he visto por ahí...

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    Vuelvo a la definición que dieron aquí:

    http://www.english-spanish-translato...l-spanish.html

    Que me pareció la mejor Definición de Español Neutro.

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