procedente translation | Spanish-English dictionary



1    procedente de      from  
un queso procedente de Noruega      a Norwegian cheese, a cheese from Norway  
llegó a Madrid procedente de Colombia      he arrived in Madrid from Colombia  
el tren procedente de Sevilla      the train from Seville  
2    (=conveniente)   proper, fitting
3      (Jur)   proper  
procedimiento procedente      proper procedure  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
procedente de exp.

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
proper procedure
the train from Seville
a Norwegian cheese
a cheese from Norway
he arrived in Madrid from Colombia
flight 507 from London
'procedente' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
ser procedente
el tren procedente de Madrid
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"procedente": examples and translations in context
Se trata de un tipo de fibra virgen procedente de bosques tropicales. This is a type of virgin fibre originating in tropical forests.
La fruta procedente de otros lugares no tiene ninguna importancia. Fruit originating elsewhere is totally unimportant.
Basta comprobar el montante inscrito procedente de compromisos no ejecutados. You only have to look at the amount entered coming from commitments that have not been implemented.
Es una bebida tradicional procedente de Nueva Orleans. It's a traditional drink back home in New Orleans.
Extracto de tomillo rojo procedente procedente de Thymus Zigis. Red thyme extract coming from Thymus Zigis.
La UE es un gran importador de algodón procedente de Uzbekistán. The EU is a major importer of Uzbek cotton.
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