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Context, please; might be "nasilat hafr" or "nasilat thaqeb"
Since the post includes no context, these might apply:
o nasilat hafr نصلة حفر
o nasilat al-muthqaab نصلة المثقاب
o muthaqib مثقب
Hope this helps. Khair, in sha' Allah.
May one suggest that you provide the term inside a complete phrase or short sentence for context and clarity.
Also, if these terms (since you have posted three apparently related terms in this section) are part of a larger technical translation, it might be more useful to post the entire text as a for-fee paid job in the appropriate section of ProZ.com.
If only a few terms such as these posted are troublesome (i.e., one is compiling a terminology list), then this is the proper section for posting.
Regards from Los Angeles,
Stephen H. Franke
Various dictionaries on engineering
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Native speaker of: English
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