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Due to the crisis, management has even cut back on toilet paper.

added by anassara, 2011-01-10 23:14

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linked by anassara, 2011-01-10 23:14

Management has even cut back on toilet paper since the crisis.

edited by anassara, 2011-01-11 07:48

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Sentence #706763

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Management has even cut back on toilet paper since the crisis.

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deu
Seit der Krise spart das Management sogar beim Toilettenpapier ein.
heb
ההנהלה אפילו קיצצה בנייר טואלט בעקבות המשבר.
heb
ההנהלה קיצצה אפילו בנייר טואלט מאז המשבר.
spa
Desde que hay crisis la dirección nos escatima hasta el papel higiénico.
tur
Yönetim krizden beri tuvalet kağıdını bile geri kesti.
epo
Dum la krizo la estraro ŝparas eĉ pri neceseja papero.
fra
Depuis qu'il y a la crise, la direction va jusqu'à rogner sur le papier hygiénique.

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qdii 2011-01-10 23:17 link permalink

Hey.
"Due to the crisis" isn't totally the same as "desde que hay crisis" : the latter only implies that both events occured at the same time, when the former states that one is the outcome of the other.
¿Me explico? :)

anassara 2011-01-11 00:07 link permalink

"desde que" would be translated into English as "since" which implies a certain cause and effect relationship between the two events. "Due to" can be a synonym for "since", and sounds more natural in the sentence. To guard a more direct translation you could say, "Management has even cut back on toilet paper since the crisis."

qdii 2011-01-11 00:29 link permalink

Your remark makes perfect sense to me :)
If you consider both sentences equivalent, would you mind changing for the second one ? I'd then be able to link it with the French one :)