References are often used in more than one paragraph. The common way to support this scenario is for one reference to include all the information and a name, while the rest just reference such name but contain no content.
Currently when dealing with such repeated references, Content Translation seems to create references that share the same name but all of them contain the reference details.
This results in the following issue on the references list (view in article):
This issue was found when translating Extreme ironing from English to Spanish. In the wikitext for the published article captured below you can notice the two references named "Jazz", both containing the reference details.
Fixing the issue required to manually remove the details from one of the instances.
It is worth noting that it does not seem to be possible to fix this issue from Visual Editor, where both references appear with the usual inspector, no information is show on the name used, and the list of references shows no errors: