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pivotably, tensioning

Russian translation: подвижно, придавливающее

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English term or phrase:pivotably, tensioning
Russian translation:подвижно, придавливающее
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09:01 Mar 12, 2004
English to Russian translations [Non-PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Other / rowing equipment
English term or phrase: pivotably, tensioning
A means of propulsion for forward rowing of a boat or craft, comprising at least two oars attached pivotably to a central support means, characterised in that each oar is supported by a tensioning or supporting arrangement.

подвижно, придавливающее
Explanation:
attached pivotably - подвижно прикреплены/установлены

tensioning or supporting arrangement - придавливающее или поддерживающее приспособление
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3подвижно, придавливающее
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подвижно, придавливающее


Explanation:
attached pivotably - подвижно прикреплены/установлены

tensioning or supporting arrangement - придавливающее или поддерживающее приспособление

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