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|French to English translations [PRO]|
|French term or phrase: Phrase S and Phrase R|
|Again this is from a material safety data sheet in the section covering regulatory information. There is list of 'phrases R'eg R28 Nocif par inhalation and also a list of 'phrases S' covering similar topics.|
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R phrase and S phrase
The R probably means that there is an applicable Regulation, the S probably means there is something Similar but not directly applicable. I suggest retaining the letters R and S, and also the word "phrase", even though it doesn't mean exactly the same thing in English. Hope it helps.
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