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Japanese translation: (コンクリート)一次破砕機

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07:01 Jun 28, 2003
English to Japanese translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
English term or phrase: blunt tool
Suitable for breaking up blocks of any hardness or to reduce the size of a rubble. 破砕機用工具です
Nobuo Kawamura
Japan
Local time: 19:27
Japanese translation:(コンクリート)一次破砕機
Explanation:
blunt toolは直訳すると「鈍器」となりますが、その用途が"breaking up blocks or to reduce the size of a rubble"ということですので、moil point tool等と区別するため「一次破砕機」という表現が適切ではないかと思います。blocksがコンクリートブロックならば、コンクリート破砕機でもいいと思います。
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xxxKojiTakata
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なぁーるほど。
判りました、有難うございます。
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(コンクリート)一次破砕機


Explanation:
blunt toolは直訳すると「鈍器」となりますが、その用途が"breaking up blocks or to reduce the size of a rubble"ということですので、moil point tool等と区別するため「一次破砕機」という表現が適切ではないかと思います。blocksがコンクリートブロックならば、コンクリート破砕機でもいいと思います。


    Reference: http://www.sakato.web.sh.cwidc.net/Products/Wizard/WIZ_Spec....
xxxKojiTakata
Native speaker of: Native in JapaneseJapanese
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なぁーるほど。
判りました、有難うございます。

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
neutral  Maynard Hogg: 鈍器 in English is a "blunt instrument"--especially when the subject is murder or interest rates.
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