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extractive bleeding

French translation: la remontée des tanins

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20:33 Apr 23, 2008
English to French translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Construction / Civil Engineering
English term or phrase: extractive bleeding
Discolouration or other damage caused by air pollution (including metallic oxides or metallic particles), extractive bleeding, outside source stains or exposure to harmful chemicals.

I have all the rest covered, but this term is bugging me.

Thank you.
Lany Chabot-Laroche
Canada
Local time: 15:02
French translation:la remontée des tanins
Explanation:
tanin qui sont dans le bois peuvent être dissous par l'humidité et remonter à la surface du bois et faire des zones de décoloration du bois
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karim_benahmed
Algeria
Local time: 20:02
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la remontée des tanins


Explanation:
tanin qui sont dans le bois peuvent être dissous par l'humidité et remonter à la surface du bois et faire des zones de décoloration du bois


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karim_benahmed
Algeria
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