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Old July 11, 2009, 10:49 AM
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Old July 11, 2009, 11:14 AM
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Hmmm ¿te refieres a establecer un fondo de dinero común? Si es así, you might use the term to pool (money).
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Old July 11, 2009, 03:22 PM
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Si me refería a poner dinero cuando se sale a un restaurante. Gracias TOM
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Creo que "fondo común" significa "pool" como "a collection (en tu caso refería al dinero)"

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We pooled our money in order to have enough to pay for dinner.
As a group we pooled together our recources and we were able to complete the project on time

Fondo común = colección de recursos (dinero, habilidades, ect.)

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Si me refería a poner dinero cuando se sale a un restaurante. Gracias TOM
In the UK we usually call it a KITTY. (communal pot)
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In the UK we usually call it a KITTY. (communal pot)
Eso no supe ¿Hay una rázon por esto?
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We use kitty in the US too for cash pool in places of business, but in gambling as well.
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Eso no supe ¿Hay una rázon por esto?
No sé. He descubierto una definición en mi diccionario (Collins)

1 The pool of bets in some gambling games.
2 Any shared fund of money.

3 The Jack in a game of bowls.
4 A diminutive or affectionate name for kitten or cat (Not part of the restaurant menu)
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