“Usted tendría que devolver los
artículos en la caja. (You would have
to return the articles at the till.)
HINT: Conjugate "tener que"' in El
“No entiendo “the till.” In the US would be the cashier, I think. In Latin America, perhaps “el cajero.” “The till” has various contations in the US and some border on the negative. From Miriam-Webster:
Definition of till (Entry 4 of 5)
In British English, the till is where you go to pay which is where the cashier is.
We've added a note to reflect this: "[US: cash register]"
I hope it helps.
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