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How do I create a translation pattern for multiple partitions?

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I need to create a translation pattern for many partitions that does the same thing. I am unsure of how to create it without making the same translation pattern for each of the partitions. Can I just not choose a partition to have it apply to all partitions? My experience is low in this arena so please dumb it down for me. Thanks!
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Vous devez d'abord vous assurer que vous envoyez des messages ceci dans la bonne zone ou il peut être difficile pour nous de comprendre
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I'm sorry. I do not understand the language you have typed in. My question is in English.

Je ne parle pas français. J'ai essayé de traduire ce que vous avez dit. J'ai été incapable de trouver un autre endroit pour cela. Il est de la téléphonie IP ... Avez-vous suggéré une catégorie?
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I was able to sort this on my own by specifying no partition. Thank you!
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