17 rokov, t.č. (here)

English translation: 17 years old, currently

11:53 Jul 27, 2020
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Medical - Medical (general) / Medical - clinical trial
Slovak term or phrase: 17 rokov, t.č. (here)
Can anyone help with this please?
In a med. report on someone with Alzheimer's:
Demografia+ sociálna anamnéza
62 ročná,žena, beloška, nie hispánka, nie latino.
Praváčka. Testy sa realizovali v jej rodnom jazyku.
Má VŠ vzdelaňie, ***17 rokov, t.č.***
Nemá žiadne abuzy /alkohol, cigarety, drogy, lieky, iné návykové látky.
I just don't get what the 17 rokov can be referring to. "t.č." is presumably "toho času" but that does not leave me any the wiser.
Charles Stanford
Czech Republic
Local time: 18:22
English translation:17 years old, currently
Explanation:
myslí na betón že toho času (=t.č.), teda "teraz", teda v súčanosti

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Note added at 9 h (2020-07-27 21:30:51 GMT)
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Very easy Charles, the word "currently" refers to the line below starting with "Nemá žiadne abuzy...."
"17 rokov" is just a beginning of an unfinished sentence and as such does not mean anything concrete yet.
Only the author knows what he was about to write there (if he did not forget the idea in a meantime. :-))

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Note added at 9 h (2020-07-27 21:33:29 GMT)
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C'est la vie ! :-)

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Note added at 5 dnů (2020-08-01 14:30:48 GMT) Post-grading
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Thank you Charles
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Juro Sebestyen, A.B.I.E.S. s.r.o.
Slovakia
Local time: 18:22
Grading comment
Thanks Juro. I knew about the t.c. but am pleased that the 17 rokov did not make sense to you either
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517 years old, currently
Juro Sebestyen, A.B.I.E.S. s.r.o.


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17 years old, currently


Explanation:
myslí na betón že toho času (=t.č.), teda "teraz", teda v súčanosti

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Note added at 9 h (2020-07-27 21:30:51 GMT)
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Very easy Charles, the word "currently" refers to the line below starting with "Nemá žiadne abuzy...."
"17 rokov" is just a beginning of an unfinished sentence and as such does not mean anything concrete yet.
Only the author knows what he was about to write there (if he did not forget the idea in a meantime. :-))

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Note added at 9 h (2020-07-27 21:33:29 GMT)
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C'est la vie ! :-)

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Note added at 5 dnů (2020-08-01 14:30:48 GMT) Post-grading
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Thank you Charles

Example sentence(s):
  • toho času (skratka t. č.) a) teraz, nateraz; b) vtedy, v tom čase; dlhý čas dlho; toľký čas tak dlho;

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Juro Sebestyen, A.B.I.E.S. s.r.o.
Slovakia
Local time: 18:22
Native speaker of: Native in SlovakSlovak
PRO pts in category: 50
Grading comment
Thanks Juro. I knew about the t.c. but am pleased that the 17 rokov did not make sense to you either
Notes to answerer
Asker: But she is 62 years old Juro. I don't see how that makes sense

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