In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(elemento de información)piece of informationno tengo más datos que el título de la obra — the only information I have about the work is its title
- no dispongo de todos los datos — I don't have all the information / details / facts
- alguien le pasó el dato a la policía — somebody informed the police
- me han dado un dato muy interesante — I've been given a very interesting piece of information
- te voy a dar un dato, si no lo enchufas no funciona — let me give you a tip: it won't work unless you plug it in
2datos masculine pluralInformáticadatainformation
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