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Autor:  srlessa
E-mail:  srlessa@hotmail.com
Data:  04/OUT/2016 3:05 PM
Assunto:  In short vs At short

Hello Folks!

I was talking to some foreign friends last weekend when one of them who is English asked me a question about "In short" and "At short". According to him "at short" is not used in the USA only in England. The other friend who is American told me he only knows "in short" . Is there any difference? Does it mean the same? I know "in short"in Portuguese means, em suma, resumindo, em síntese but how about the other one?

Thanks in advance!

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 English Made in Brazil -- English, Portuguese, & contrastive linguistics
 In short vs At short  –  srlessa  04/OUT/2016, 3:05 PM
In short vs At short  –  PPAULO  04/OUT/2016, 6:41 PM

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