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I'm writing a document in Spanish with LuaTeX, and using Biber and BiblaTeX for the bibliography.

The question is every entry appears as:

JL Schafer. «Multiple Imputation, o prime Statistical Methods in Medical Research 8». En: (1999).

Andrew C Titman y Linda D Sharples. «Semi-Markov models with phase-type sojourn distributions.» En: Biometrics 66 (3 sep. de 2010).

I think that "En:" is quite ugly. It means "At:" in English, but I haven't seen it before in English documents.

How can I remove it?

My header contains this:

\usepackage[maxbibnames=3,style=numeric,backend=biber,
   url=false,doi=false, isbn=false]{biblatex} 
\AtEveryBibitem{\clearfield{urlyear} \clearfield{urlmonth}
   \clearfield{pages} \clearfield{eprint}}

And my document:

\printbibliography[heading=bibintoc,title={BIBLIOGRAFÍA}]
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    Does Suppress “In:” biblatex help?
    – Mico
    Aug 18 '20 at 16:54
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    And specifically the biblatex-ext solution from that answer.
    – Alan Munn
    Aug 18 '20 at 17:04
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    Note that the first "en" looks particularly wrong, because the entry, which is presumably given as an @article, does not actually have a journal field. I'd consider that incorrect input: @articles always have a journal. In the second entry, the 'en' doesn't look as bad, because there the @article has a journal. (That said, many people find biblatex's choice of using 'in:' even for @articles questionable, so I'm certainly not against suppressing it as shown in Mico's link, but at least in the Schafer entry something else is up as well.)
    – moewe
    Aug 18 '20 at 17:19
  • @Mico OK, than works, thank you. Looking for common and small words is difficult.
    – skan
    Aug 18 '20 at 17:51