corte etário do público Absolut

English translation: cuf-off age of Absolut\'s target audience

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Portuguese term or phrase:corte etário do público Absolut
English translation:cuf-off age of Absolut\'s target audience
Entered by: Ryan Green

18:53 Nov 14, 2012
Portuguese to English translations [PRO]
Marketing - Internet, e-Commerce
Portuguese term or phrase: corte etário do público Absolut
This is a translation for a presentation to be presented by a branding company to Absolut Vodka. I can't make heads or tells of this phrase. Would this be "Absolut's primary age group target audience "?????


"Para começo de conversa, vamos partir do corte etário do público Absolut: a galera de 20 a 24 anos."
Ryan Green
Portugal
Local time: 05:32
cuf-off age of Absolut's target audience
Explanation:
Ryan, you were close :)

See an example:

Q.Q for Tim Carman
About the "Young and Hungry" column you used to write, and now goes on under someone else -- Does "young" really play a role in food appreciation? And if so, what's the cut-off age for "young?"
– Janeiro 18, 2012 12:43 PM Permalink
A.Tim Carman :
I think it's just a clever name that tries to pander to the target audience of alt papers: the young and urban. The funny thing is, last time I looked, the audience for alt papers is graying like the rest of us.

http://live.washingtonpost.com/free-range-1-18.html

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Note added at 31 mins (2012-11-14 19:25:44 GMT)
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or alternatively: cut-off age for Absolut's target audience


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Gilmar Fernandes
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Local time: 00:32
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cuf-off age of Absolut's target audience


Explanation:
Ryan, you were close :)

See an example:

Q.Q for Tim Carman
About the "Young and Hungry" column you used to write, and now goes on under someone else -- Does "young" really play a role in food appreciation? And if so, what's the cut-off age for "young?"
– Janeiro 18, 2012 12:43 PM Permalink
A.Tim Carman :
I think it's just a clever name that tries to pander to the target audience of alt papers: the young and urban. The funny thing is, last time I looked, the audience for alt papers is graying like the rest of us.

http://live.washingtonpost.com/free-range-1-18.html

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Note added at 31 mins (2012-11-14 19:25:44 GMT)
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or alternatively: cut-off age for Absolut's target audience




Gilmar Fernandes
United States
Local time: 00:32
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PRO pts in category: 8

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agree  ronsmith
1 hr
  -> Thanks Ron :)
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