Translation of person-to-person in Spanish:


Pronunciation /ˈˌpərsn tə ˈpərsn///



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    person-to-person call llamada de persona a persona feminine
    • Crisis managers who need immediate, person-to-person communications are likely to reach for a telephone or a short-wave radio.
    • A UCS offers the typical services of a UMS, while adding the capability of person-to-person communication through dynamic call redirection and forwarding.
    • Combining voice services with broadband gives operators the opportunity to expand their offerings of person-to-person communications.


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    (discuss/talk) personalmente
    • If you want to build a movement, you do it person-to-person.
    • Several doctors assured me that, following the initial contact, person-to-person transmission of poison ivy is rare.
    • In most cases infection occurs by close person-to-person contact, but there are several cases now that we cannot explain by this model of transmission.
    • So, in other words, it's probably not a person-to-person transmission.
    • Once the epidemic has begun, the main mode of transmission is probably person-to-person.
    • According to medical specialists, direct person-to-person spread of anthrax is extremely unlikely to occur.
    • The risk of person-to-person transmission of pulmonary anthrax is minimal.
    • What is it they say, something like only 5% of our person-to-person communication is in the actual words we use?
    • So far, there has been no evidence of person-to-person transmission.
    • The fact is this is a poorly infectious disease and in our experience in Western Europe, we have not seen any incidents of person-to-person spread.
    • Because person-to-person transmission does not occur, humans are therefore considered dead-end hosts.
    • The goal should be to establish a person-to-person relationship based on the wants and needs of individuals.
    • Do they really want data transmission or is it really just they want person-to-person communication at all times?
    • And all of a sudden it's person-to-person contact.
    • I just think you need some person-to-person contact in your education.
    • Transmission is through person-to-person contact by direct, even brief, head-to-head contact.
    • In person-to-person auctions, individual sellers or small businesses offer their items for auction directly to consumers.
    • There is no person-to-person transmission, so the skin acts as natural barrier.
    • ‘Ninety-nine percent of that has gone toward person-to-person canvassing,’ said Joy, who showed me around.
    • And when talking person-to-person, making eye contact and nodding at the right times show that you are paying attention.
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    to call sb person-to-person llamar a algn de persona a persona