How do you say "Media Blackout" in Spanish? I was told "bloqueo informativo" by some, and others that said this isn't correct. What's the best way to say "Media Blackout"? Thank you
Aug 14, 2014 4:56 PM
Answers · 6
Hi Libby, I think that "bloqueo informativo" is perfect Nevertheless, in Spain it's more common to say "apagón informativo". I really hope this helps you, Libby! Have a wonderful day!
August 14, 2014
anyway, if you are working and your laptop left of working, but is on. We tell , "tengo el equipo bloqueado", o "se me bloqueó el equipo" saludos
August 14, 2014
Well, perhaps do not tell me the word in english , tell me the problem and I tell you how is told in spanish, ok.
August 14, 2014
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