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horno (masculine noun (el)) — oven, furnace, kiln. Look up horno in the dictionary

Se usa un horno en muchos diferentes procesos de manufactura.
Ovens are used in many different manufacturing processes.
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Old October 02, 2009, 05:02 AM
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Mañana voy a volver a hornear buena comida diario
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Mañana voy a volver a hornear buena comida a diario
Hmmm ¿convidas?
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Wow! ¿Hornear a diario? Eso es demasiado trabajo.
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Comida diaria o comida de diario, I'd say

I don't like this sentence:

Se usa un horno en muchos diferentes procesos de manufactura.

I'd say:

Se usa un horno en muchos y diferentes procesos or
Se usa un horno en muy diferentes procesos
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Comida diaria o comida de diario, I'd say
En Chile usamos "comida diaria" o "a diario" (daily)

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I don't like this sentence:

Se usa un horno en muchos diferentes procesos de manufactura.

I'd say:

Se usa un horno en muchos y diferentes procesos or
Se usa un horno en muy diferentes procesos
Momento Elena, (un dicho en Chile) :

Muchos es diferente a muy en el contexto de cantidad, ¿correcto?

Para mi el muy que usaste se refiere como a intensidad de distinción, y no a la cantidad de procesos.
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"Diario" en México puede usarse sin "a".


Yo usaría "en muchos procesos diferentes".
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"Diario" en México puede usarse sin "a".
En Chile nunca habría dicho "comida diario", pero si "comida diaria" o "la comida a diario", también se puede...


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Yo usaría "en muchos procesos diferentes".
Correcto, yo también.
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Se usa el hornos de differentes maneras.

Oven is used in different ways.

It's more simple.

And it's understanding for people.
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Old October 03, 2009, 03:47 PM
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@Hernán: "cocino (a) diario" = "hago comida (a) diario" ó "diario hago comida" son más bien intercambiables por acá.
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