acquirement acquire

lasupersofi

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english from california
i can not find the equivelant of the word ACQUIREMENT in spanish. i am talking about the difference of nature vs nurture. i know that is spanish this is reffered to as innato contra adquirido.
gracias
 
  • jdenson

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    USA / English
    lasupersofi said:
    i can not find the equivelant of the word ACQUIREMENT in spanish. i am talking about the difference of nature vs nurture. i know that is spanish this is reffered to as innato contra adquirido.
    gracias
    That which is acquired is an acquirement or an acquisition. The Spanish is adquisicíon. But "adquirido" does not mean "acquisition", it means "acquired'. "Innato contra adquirido" could be translated as "innate versus acquired".
    JD
     
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