Posted by: pakalil | May 6, 2008

The word of the day is…

I read in the paper today: “[A British Bakery] has used a legal loophole to beat French boulangers and supply the narrow loaves to the whole of the French railway system.”

loop·hole /ˈlupˌhoʊl/ noun
1. a small or narrow opening, as in a wall, for looking through, for admitting light and air, or, particularly in a fortification, for the discharge of missiles against an enemy outside.
2. an opening or aperture.
3. a means of escape or evasion; a means or opportunity of evading a rule, law, etc. — from

I have never used this word in this context before! It means BRECHA, in the example, BRECHA LEGAL. Cool, huh? If you would like to try, please, make a comment using this word!! 😉



  1. the lawyer is in crisis. he is completely tired of searching legal loopholes over and over, day after day. he is considering to give up his profession and became a veterinarian.

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