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ktmac

Aug 15, 2010, 6:45 PM

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spanish language term used for web RE searching

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Hi, Everyone.
Can anyone please tell me what something on the free-classified-ads “Vivastreet” website means? When I’m looking for housing accommodations, the options under minimum no. of bedrooms are “studio,” “1,” “2,” (etc.) (fine, so far) and the last option under maximum no. of bedrooms is “llimitado,” (which might be a misspelling). I don’t understand why they used this word. What am I missing?
Thanks. Katie



esperanza

Aug 15, 2010, 7:42 PM

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"Ilimitado" means unlimited. In search terms, it usually means you don't want to limit your search to a specific number, but prefer to look at all options.

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