1 pagando un poco másEx. Extension cables longer than 3 meters can be ordered at additional cost.* * *
Ex: Extension cables longer than 3 meters can be ordered at additional cost.
2 alargardera= extension cord, extension lead, extension cable.Ex. Two young children were injured in a fire caused by an overloaded extension cord.Ex. Extension leads must be used only for small power appliances.Ex. Extension cables longer than 3 meters can be ordered at additional cost.* * *= extension cord, extension lead, extension cable.
Ex: Two young children were injured in a fire caused by an overloaded extension cord.Ex: Extension leads must be used only for small power appliances.Ex: Extension cables longer than 3 meters can be ordered at additional cost.
3 coste adicional• additional cost• after-cost
4 coste adicionalm.additional cost, after-cost.
5 costo adicionalm.additional cost, aftercost, after-cost.
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