¿Sabías que...?: Ojalá proviene del árabe Insha'Allah, "si Dios quiere". ¿Qué otras palabras provienen del árabe?
premise / premisa
 
premise   [ˈpremɪs]
A. -noun
1. (=hypothesis)   premisa (f)
2. premises   (generally)   local masculine singular
(=shop, restaurant, hotel)   establecimiento (m)
(=building)   edificio (m)
·they're moving to new premises
·se trasladan de local
·there is a doctor on the premises at all times
·hay un masculineédico a todas horas en el edificio
·for consumption on the premises
·para consumirse en el local
·licensed premises
local masculine singular autorizado para la venta de bebidas alcohólicas
·to see somebody off the premises
·echar a somebody, someone del local or establecimiento
B. -transitive verb
formal usage
·to be premised on
·estar basado en,   tener como premisa
 
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