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    Are they same meaning?

    We will use the sticker to replace the incorrect symbol paste on the gift box and a new rating label on the unit.

    We will replace the incorrect symbol sticker paste on the gift box and a new plating label on the unit.

    And which one is better ?

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    #2

    Re: Are they same meaning?

    Hi Zoe

    Quote Originally Posted by Zoe2008 View Post
    We will use the sticker to replace the incorrect symbol pasted on the gift box and affix a new rating label on the unit.

    We will replace the incorrect symbol sticker pasted on the gift box and affix a new plating(?)/[rating(?)] label on the unit.
    Both work for me, as modified.

    The 1st sentence tends to suggest that someone else provided you with the replacement sticker, whereas the 2nd sentence tends to suggest that you supplied the replacement sticker.

    Regards
    NT

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