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Old April 23, 2022, 12:20 AM
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Dar de baja/alta

Hi,

Looks like both expressions mean more or less the same. Besides, dar de alta means the opposite things at the same time, like enlist and discharge.

Also I got a vague suspicion that dar de alta is never used with inanimate objects, but my primary feeling is deep confusion
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