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Autor:  Johannes
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Data:  01/JUN/2005 2:40 PM
Assunto:  Re: baldeação
 
Mensagem:  Would 'stopover' be the correct word for what we say 'baldeação' in Portuguese?..You know...during a flight...when you the plane doesn't go straight to its destination..stops briefly somewhere?? Acho que sim: In order to fly from Miami to Manaus you will have to make stopover in Belem where you will catch a connecting flight to Manaus the next day. Stopovers in the airline terminology very often mean you will have to get off or allowed off and get a connecting flight a day later. Also used in airline promotions: Fly from London to Hong Kong and you are allowed a stopover in Bangkok. Meaning if you want to, you can get off and spend time in Bangkok and do so at no extra or little cost.


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 English Made in Brazil -- English, Portuguese, & contrastive linguistics
baldeação  –  Célia  31/MAI/2005, 9:27 PM
Re: baldeação  –  Márcio Osório  31/MAI/2005, 10:30 PM
Re: baldeação  –  Wauber  01/JUN/2005, 9:32 AM
 Re: baldeação  –  Johannes  01/JUN/2005, 2:40 PM

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