In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(revisión)(para aprender algo) review EEUU(para aprender algo) revision Britanico(para detectar errores) checkdio un último repaso a todas las conexiones — he gave all the connections a final check
- hacer un repaso de un tema — to revise a subject
- dio un repaso a sus apuntes — she went / read / looked over her notes
- un repaso de las noticias más destacadas — a review / run-through of the main points of the news
- hay que darle un repaso a la camisa — (cosiendo) the shirt needs a stitch or two
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