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11:28 Aug 31, 2008
English to Telugu translations [Non-PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Petroleum Eng/Sci / piping
English term or phrase: difference b/w STUB-IN ,STUB-ON
what is the difference between STUB-IN, STUB-ON. In which case we use STUB-IN,and at which case STUB-ON preffered.
JEEVAN PAUL
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4stub-in, stub-on
Bhaskara Rao S


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difference b/w stub-in ,stub-on
stub-in, stub-on


Explanation:
stub-in is used for dig roots or sweepout. SAMOOLA NAASHanam CHEYUTA
సమూల నాశనం / సర్వనాశనం చేయుట (వేళ్లతో పెకలించి వేయుట)

stub-on is used for strike with one's foot. TANNUTA (KAALITO ) /
TANNI TROSIVEYUTA
తన్నుట (కాలితో) or తన్ని త్రోసివేయుట


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Note added at 261 days (2009-05-20 10:33:46 GMT)
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I wish to know more coments from my fellow telugu translation for better clarification.

Example sentence(s):
  • Komala's competetor Britany is so strong, with its best quality of product, so Britany stubbedin Komalas business in last year.
  • Ramesh was so angry, he stubbedon his new servant when he found him cheating in petty accounts of kitchen.
Bhaskara Rao S
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