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building-to-building adj.
de edificio a edificio

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"building-to-building": examples and translations in context
It wasn't a jump from building to building. Me dio unos cientos de dólares y me dijo que iría a la universidad.
I have spent the last two hours going building to building. Pase las ultimas dos horas yendo de edifico a edificio.
Go building to building, door to door. Yendo edificio tras edificio, puerta por puerta.
Usually to get from building to building in the snow. Generalmente para pasar de un edificio a otro cuando nevaba.
These camps are guarded and surrounded by fences, but prisoners are usually allowed to walk from building to building within the camp compound. Estos están custodiados y rodeados de cercas, pero a los prisioneros se les suele permitir que vayan de un edificio a otro dentro del recinto.
It wasn't a jump from building to building. No fue un salto de edificio en edificio.
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