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"Emptor calceos emit."

Translation:The customer buys the shoes.

December 9, 2019



The costumer buys the shoes

That's correct


A costumer has to do with someone who makes or wears costumes, not a customer who is buying something (emptor being 'buyer', 'purchaser' which doesn't necessarily have anything to do with costumes).


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