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Tech/Engineering - Engineering: Industrial
|English term or phrase: slatting|
|This fantastic product is custom made to suit any application or need. Standard designs include diamond lattice, square lattice, slatting and louvre panels and gates as well as a large range of Leisure Bo all steel gazebos and shelters.|
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ţiglărie / plăci / şipci; benzi / lame
Webster. Slats. T-ul dublu poate fi un exces de zel gramatical (Australia).
Materialul din care sunt făcute contează mai puţin.
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1. A fine-grained metamorphic rock that splits into thin, smooth-surfaced layers.
a. A piece of this rock cut for use as roofing or surfacing material or as a writing surface.
b. A writing tablet made of a similar material.
3. A record of past performance or activity: start over with a clean slate.
4. A list of the candidates of a political party running for various offices.
5. A dark or bluish gray to dark bluish or dark purplish gray.
1. Made of a fine-grained metamorphic rock: a slate roof.
2. Of the color slate.
tr.v. slat·ed, slat·ing, slates
1. To cover (a roof, for example) with slate.
2. To put on a list of candidates.
3. To schedule or designate: Our professor has slated the art history lecture for Thursday afternoon; was slated to direct the studio's next film.
[Middle English sclate, from Old French esclate, splinter, feminine of esclat ; see slat.]
Slates for covering roofs, walls, or other surfaces.
The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition. Copyright © 2000 by Houghton Mifflin Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.
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sau rocă şistoasă (cu şisturi)
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