Translation of full stop in Spanish:

full stop

noun/nombre

  • (British English/inglés británico) punto (masculine) I won't do it, full stop no pienso hacerlo y punto or y se acabó to come to a full stop (also American English/también inglés norteamericano) estancarse*, quedar paralizado
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    • And in saying that, I believe the endgame is to privatise the whole of the benefits system, full stop!
    • ‘We're not getting it right, full stop,’ he laughs, when I suggest he run down a list of the positives in new Scottish public space.
    • Heck, I don't like doing exams on any day, full stop!

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